A going-viral video shows a woman and her dog who are standing in the yard, exchanging greetings with the world.

If you own a dog, you've at least once a day mimicked a sound your dog has made, and you and the dog have a back-and-forth making the sound until one of you gets tired of it.

Tha Fackin Daddy via Twitter
Tha Fackin Daddy via Twitter

Well, rather than the owner mimicking the dog, this dog mimic's its owner.

"Hello!" the owner shouts, to which the dog raises his head and moves his mouth as if he's saying "Hello" too.

If they could train this dog to greet people as they come into the house this way, they'd have visitors all week long.

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