An amusing home video shows the 11-year-old canine from Japan neatly munching kernels as his owner holds the corn steady.

As the vegetable is presented to him, Coco is seen excitedly licking his lips. He then proceeds to munch away at it, working from left to right.

So he can attack a fresh spot, his owner steadily rotates the cob. It takes the pet just over a minute to devour the whole thing.

To date the video of Coco eating corn has been watched more than 300,000 times since it was uploaded to YouTube.

'That crunching sound that Coco makes is so cute!' one viewer said after watching the pooch in action. (Source)

Corn on its own, is not toxic or generally harmful to dogs. Corn is an excellent source of energy because of its high carbohydrate content, according to veterinarian Brent Mayabb. Corn also contains essential fatty acids, protein and natural antioxidants. If you scrape off some kernels from the cob and offer them to your dog or allow him to clean off some corn remnants as you firmly hold on to the cob, you shouldn't expect any major problems as long as he isn't allergic to certain foods. (Source)


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