Yorkshire terrier’s elaborate morning routine leaves viewers in stitches

A Yorkshire terrier on the "nine-to-five grind" has been the star of a hilarious video showing-off her morning routine.

The adorable dog, called Chelsea, appears very well-trained as she acts out scenes that will be familiar to anyone who has to fight their way out of bed when the alarm clock goes off.

In the clip, the Yorkie lies in bed with her head on a pillow and the duvet tucked right up to her chin – looking the picture of relaxation.

The duvet is then whipped off the bed, leaving her squirming.

She then pads down to the kitchen and slurps on a cup of "coffee" on the floor.

Trotting back upstairs, she hops in the shower and, ready at last, walks out the front door to face the day.

In an amusing final shot, the pooch sits with her paws on a laptop and a large pair of spectacles balanced on her tiny nose.

Unsurprisingly, the video was a huge hit when it was uploaded onto Tiktok by user @chelseatheyorkie and it has since been "liked" 150,000 times and receives nearly 1,000 comments.

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Many people said they were also the proud owners of Yorkshire terriers and described them as the "best dogs".

One fan wrote: "I am a Yorkie mama too, so cute!"

"Awww she is so cute. I have a boy Yorkie, Gizmo, and he thinks she is hot," gushed another viewer.

Complimenting Chelsea’s acting chops, a third dog lover wrote: "Your little fur baby is one precious little peanut! What a darn good sport too to cooperate with the poses and commands."

A fourth user wrote: "Hahaha I love her. Please keep making our days brighter in these dark times."

This comes after a loyal dog managed to find its way home more than a year after being stolen – with his delighted owners saying the clever German shepherd even knocked on the front door.

And a toddler with a cleft lip has formed a close bond with a puppy who has the same condition after his family adopted the pooch.

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