"I swear she believes she's a sheep half the time and wants to be with them all the time," the canine's owner said
Lexie the golden retriever just wants to fit in with the flock.
In a viral TikTok video, Lexie is shown comfortably nestled among the sheep on the farm of her owner, Alyssa Teeuwissen.
Teeuwissen, who lives in Canada, told Storyful that Lexie adores the sheep and "enjoys giving them kisses."
"In her happy place," Teeuwissen captioned the sweet video.
Since Teeuwissen posted the footage she captured last week, it's garnered more than 12 million views on the social media platform.
"I swear she believes she's a sheep half the time and wants to be with them all the time," Teeuwissen said.
TikTok users appeared to be delighted by how well the farm dog blended in with her wooly pals.
"One of these is not like the others," one commenter wrote.
"Just chilling with his fam," another observed.
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Others noted that a sheep was tugging at the dog's collar with their mouth.
"The one is tryna free him of the collar so they look the same," someone joked.
"He's having the time of his life," someone else commented.
Lexie is far from the first golden retriever to cultivate a friendship with a farm animal.
In October, a golden retriever named Riley went viral when he made a generous gesture toward his new pal — a zebu calf.
In a video posted by Frank de Bem on TikTok, Riley leans into the calf's crate and drops in a plush toy, as a voice observes, "She doesn't want your toy."
The calf does engage with the toy for a moment and then stands up to inspect it briefly before moving on.
"She doesn't want your toy, Riley — let me get it for you," de Bem repeats to Riley as the social pooch starts to climb into the crate.
"Goldens will take every opportunity they can to make a friend, and I love it so much," one commenter wrote.
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