Apartment dog reacts to his 'dream yard': 'I cried so hard at this'

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Humans and dogs go together better than peanut butter and jelly. But not every human can always afford a giant house with a big backyard for their furry bestie.

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TikToker Izza Mae (@izzamaae) was able to make the upgrade for her “apartment dog,” Luka. Instead of getting his fix of the great outdoors from the balcony or gazing out the bedroom window (when he’s not on a walk), the canine will now be able to roam a yard all his own. The dog had no idea he was moving up, so Mae recorded Luka’s reaction to seeing his new kingdom for the first time.

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“Luka has always been an apartment dog… little does he know we got him his dream yard,” the video text read.

The new house had a massive grassy yard. As soon as Luka saw it, he couldn’t stop running around and wagging his tail. Finally, he was living the dream.

“Luka’s reaction to seeing his new home.. this moment was priceless,” Mae wrote in the caption.

The adorable video racked up 3.1 million views on TikTok.

“I’d sell a kidney so my dog could have that yard,” a person wrote.

“He’s like mom I can RUN here!!” another said.

“It’s the best feeling being able to do this for our fur babies, mine was full of excitement on his first dream yard, someone added.

“I cried so hard at this. I can’t wait to do this for my doggo,” a TikToker replied.

“I can’t watch these. I live in an apartment and I would love nothing more than to give my baby a yard but it will never be unattainable where I’m from,” a user wrote.

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