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The world can be a stressful place unless, of course, you're a dog who's getting his head brushed. If that's the case, literally everything is okay and there's not a thing in the world that could make you feel uncomfortable. Twitter user Ian Laking shared footage of a golden retriever having its head gently brushed and it may just be cute enough to calm viewers down vicariously.



The video, which was first discovered on Reddit, has been passed around all over the internet, bringing calm wherever it goes.

Twitter users couldn't stress what a big deal this footage is.

The clip seems to have an almost physiological effect on viewers!



Other petting clips are fine, but lack a certain something...



But whatever the secret is to a great "dog being brushed" video, this one has it!

Many Twitter users wished they were in this lucky pup's shoes.




There's a reason golden retrievers are so popular...it's because they're the cutest darn things!



This canine has its priorities in order.



Thanks to you, Ian, for helping thousands of stressed-out humans remember to enjoy a good brushing every once in a while. The world can be a hard place, but it's not so bad when you treat yourself right!



H/T - Reddit, Twitter

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