A Cotswold attraction has gone viral on Tik Tok for being dog friendly.

More than 1.4 million people have watched a Tik Tok about Cotswold Wildlife Park.

The video, posted by an account called Great British Dog Walks, celebrates the pooch-friendly nature of the Burford attraction.

They said: “We absolutely loved it and it was amazing to see Murph interacting with all the animals, they have a real range, and it was a brilliant dog-friendly day out.”

@greatbritishdogwalks The best dog friendly day out ever! 🦒🐘🐒 #dogfriendly #dogfriendlyuk #dogfriendlyzoo #cotswoldwildlifepark #dogsofttiktok ♬ original sound - Great British Dog Walks

The account has also shared praise for other areas of the Cotswolds, including Little Rissington and Bourton.

So far, 145,000 people have liked the video of the Cotswold Wildlife Park but it’s fair to say some people weren’t sold on the idea.

One comment, with over 3,000 likes, read: “My dog could never, they’d kick us out after five minutes because she would bark to everything as she’s a scaredy dog.”

The video was so popular that the account has since posted a part two.

The effects of the Tik Tok appear to have been felt already, with several puppies visiting the park last weekend.

On Monday, a 14-week-old Border Collie puppy called Cassie and her family travelled from Devon to visit the Cotswold Wildlife Park.

On the same day, a pair of 13-week-old Golden Retriever puppies also visited the park, their first proper outing.

A Facebook post from the park read: “These beautifully behaved puppies melted our hearts and we adored meeting them. The first of many visits we hope!

“Cotswold Wildlife Park is proud to be the only large zoological collection in the UK to welcome dogs and has been a dog-friendly attraction since it first opened in 1970.

“We won the Kennel Club's 'Be Dog Friendly' award for two years running and the Telegraph named us as one of Britain's 25 best dog-friendly days out.”

Cotswold Journal: 14-week-old Border Collie Cassie and her family travelled from Devon to visit the park 14-week-old Border Collie Cassie and her family travelled from Devon to visit the park

The park also supports the Dogs for Good charity by welcoming dogs-in-training, which will one day become assistance dogs for people with disabilities.

A Cotswold Wildlife Park staff member added: “These young dogs will eventually transform the lives of people with disabilities once they're fully trained assistance dogs.

“We are delighted to play even a small part in training these amazing future assistance dogs.”