Birthdays are a time when we can be a bit extra.
People go a bit over the top on presents or parties or surprises. But how over the top would you go for your dog's birthday?
Would you pay and rent a billboard just to let everyone know that it's your dog's birthday? Because one guy has.
And he takes the medal for the most extra owner of the year.
Keep reading to see what he did.
Pets are our little furry friends, arent they?
via: ShutterstockWe love them like we love other members of our family.
Because they feel like an extra family member, especially if you've grown up with them.
via: ShutterstockBut, honestly, how far would you go for celebrating their birthday?
Perhaps buy them a new toy.
via: PixabayOr even a pupcake.
But would you rent a billboard for your dog so that everyone would know that it's his birthday?
via: PixabayBecause we can't imagine that many people would.
Apart from one man, Maxx Chewning, a thirty-year-old YouTuber from the US.
The video documents the day of his dog's birthday.
The pair then started their day by going for a walk.
Having began his YouTube career back in 2011, Chewning shares everything from fitness tips to days in his life.
And after enjoying their little coffee date.
Maxx drove him and Dood to where the surprise was.
Unsurprisingly, the billboard was a first for the digital billboard company.
Despite the big surprise, it didn't receive much of a reaction from Dood.
And had a picture of Dood at the side with confetti in the background.
The pair then continued with their day, where Dood was given birthday cake to add to celebrations.
If you want to watch Dood's birthday, you can check out the video here.There's a super sweet montage at the end, showcasing the times the friends have had together over the past year.
In the video, Maxx explained why he spent so much money: “I don’t even have a girlfriend so I’m not spending any money on that, so why don’t I spend it all on my dog?"
Speaking to Bored Panda Maxx explained why he brought Dood, he said: “After living in Virginia my entire life (29 years), I picked up my businesses and moved halfway across the country to pursue bigger and better things in Texas,"
I looked online for a breeder in Texas and found one with 1 Goldendoodle left in a litter of 6 boys," he added.
Judging by the 128,000 views and the various comments on the video it seems Maxx's subscribers also feel the same way.
One subscriber wanted the same love, commenting "I just want someone to love me the way Maxx loves Dood".
via: Michelle GallagherAnd many others also felt the same way as they added "don't we all."