‘Unicorn’ dog discovered with ear growing in the middle of its head

An adorable Golden Retriever with one ear popping out of the middle of her head that looks like a fluffy horn has been labelled the "unicorn dog."

The little treasure went viral after her owner, Sam, posted a video of the pup on TikTok.

The rare pooch became so popular that Sam decided to set up her own Instagram account @goldenunicornrae, which now has an impressive 15,500 followers.

According to Sam, Rae suffered an accidental injury when she was born which resulted in her losing her left ear.

As she grew, her right ear slowly started to move to the top of her head, which now makes her look "like a unicorn".

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In her Instagram account, Rae can be seen playing, posing, and attending doggy daycare with her other puppy friends.

Last year, another dog went viral for the tail on his forehead which also resembled a unicorn's horn.

Narwhal the "unicorn" puppy was recently adopted by Rochelle Steffen, the founder of Mac's Mission – a non-profit dog's rescue.

"If somebody is going to make money off of him, I would love to see it go toward the rescue, and save thousands more dogs," Steffen said.

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Among pets that have become viral through TikTok, one cat surprised viewers through her parrot-sounding voice.

Owner Ellie May posted the bizarre video which garnered more than a million views.

Ellie shared the hilarious footage to popular social media platform TikTok last week, captioning it: “My cat is officially broken.”

Another heartwarming animal clip shows a chimpanzee feeding an apple to its "pet" tortoise.

In the video, the chimp can be seen eating the apple and taking it in turns to feed the turtle with back-and-fourth bites.

The video, shared by TikTok user @mokshabybee garnered 38.2 million views and 2.4 million likes.

TikTok is a Chinese video-sharing platform.

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