Luke Bryan is not running out of pranks to share online. His dog, Choc, is the victim of the country music star’s latest prank video.
In the clip he uploaded on Instagram on July 22, Bryan appeared to be eating a sandwich, with Choc standing close to the counter hoping to be fed some scraps.
The “Crash My Party” singer can be heard saying, “Choc, you gonna get pranked.” He then tossed the dog a bit of tomato.
After catching it in his mouth and chewing for a moment, Choc spit it out, obviously disgusted by the food. Bryan and other humans in the room can be heard laughing.
Bryan shared the video with his 5.6 million Instagram followers. In just a day, the number of views has surpassed 380,000.
Bryan’s late infant niece, Sadie Brett Boyer, inspired the couple to start the animal preserve.
The award-winning singer and his family are animal lovers. Aside from dogs, they also have cats, chickens, goats, and even a pair of kangaroos, as reported by Today.
Last year, they mourned the death of their 18-year-old rescue dog named Poochie. Bryan and his wife, Caroline, adopted the Aussie mix on Feb. 9 from a rescue organization in Nashville, according to USA Today.
The couple fell in love with the dog after they saw his picture posted online by pet rescue organization Proverbs 12:10. Poochie was a senior dog, according to USA Today.
The Bryans adopted Poochie on Feb. 9 from Nashville pet rescue organization Proverbs 12:10, after falling in love with a picture of him online. Before the adoption, officials said the senior dog was expected to be a "forever hospice foster" at Proverbs.
Another dog that the couple adopted is named Kimmie, as reported by Taste of Country. They placed Kimmie at Brett’s Barn, an animal preserve Caroline founded in 2017.
Brett’s Barn, which provides therapy for children, is home to a pony, alpacas, and more comfort animals.
Bryan’s late infant niece, Sadie Brett Boyer, inspired the couple to start the animal preserve, as reported by Wide Open Pets. She died from health complications.
A foundation was also set up in honor of Sadie, for children who have congenital disease and Down’s Syndrome.
The couple, who shares two sons, are known for opening their home not only to animals. In 2015, they took in the young son of Caroline’s sister who died in 2007. His father also died in 2014.
Recently, the “Drunk on You” singer also pulled a prank on his wife amid the mandatory stay-at-home orders. He drove behind her wife while she was enjoying a bike ride.
Bryan then honked, leading her wife to crash her bike. She was unharmed, though. The video, which the singer posted on Instagram, has racked up more than a million views.