Woolworths worker rates sneakiest store visitors in adorable TikTok

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A Woolworths employee has shared some feel-good content shoppers didn't know they needed by rating dogs that come into the store.

The supermarket worker shared a series of photos of her favourite "floofs" in a TikTok video, rating each pet out of 10.

"Rating floofs that come into Woolies," reads a caption on the video.

Woolworths worker rates dogs that visit store on TikTok
A Woolworths worker rated some of the dogs she has met while working at the supermarket. Source: TikTok/@georgiebianco

The lighthearted clip starts off strong, with the Woolies employee awarding the first dog a 10 out of 10 rating.

"Unknown floofer owner let me hold while checking out. Better reward than a Rewards card," she wrote, alongside a photo of herself cradling the fluffy white dog.

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Next up was an eight-week "soosage", or dachshund puppy, which she gave 8 out of 10 – with points deducted for the Collingwood footy jumper he was wearing.

Ruby, an adorable Cavoodle puppy who "escaped [her] owner's arms and ran under the service desk" earned a perfect score.

'Best unknown item in the bagging area'

A naughty pup who was pictured with its head poking out of its owner's backpack was awarded the lowest rating of 4 out of 10 for eating items from the bagging area.

An honourable mention should be given to a bulldog puppy, who the Woolies staffer claimed was the "best unknown item in the bagging area".

However, the top-rated dog of the TikTok video was a senior fluff-ball named Pocahontas who was wearing a pink bandana and earned herself a score of 11,111,111 out of 10.

Barney, an ex-guide dog and the "goodest" boy, came in second place with a rating of 1,000 out of 10 as he waited patiently at the front of the store for his owner.

Top rated dogs by Woolworths worker on TikTok
The top-rated dog of the TikTok video was a senior fluff-ball named Pocahontas, while a former guide dog named Barney came in second place. Source: TikTok/@georgiebianco

Unsurprisingly, the Woolies worker's TikTok has tugged at the heartstrings of thousands of Aussies who gushed over the adorable dogs in the video's comments.

"They keep getting cuter and cuter," wrote one user.

"Best vid I've ever seen," wrote a second.

Barney was the clear fan favourite, with dozens of users on TikTok claiming he is "an icon" and the "best boy".

Shoppers confused over Woolworths dog rule

However, the video seemed to have caused some confusion with shoppers who questioned whether they were allowed to bring their dogs into Woolworths stores.

"Dogs can go in Woolies?" asked one shopper.

The worker responded, saying: "Unfortunately not. [I] had to tell the owners that as they were unaware! A lot of these pups were slyly snuck in."

"As you can see a lot of these dogs are puppies, the owners did not want to leave them outside," added the staffer.

Woolworths shoppers leave supermarket during the day
Woolworths has confirmed regular pets are not permitted inside its stores, and only assistance animals with adequate certification are allowed inside. Source: AAP

Woolworths confirms dog rule

Woolworths previously confirmed to Yahoo News Australia that regular pets are not permitted inside its stores, and only assistance animals with adequate certification are allowed to join their owners while shopping.

"As per Australian law, customers who have a guide dog or registered companion pets are welcome in our stores. However, we do not allow for everyday pets or animals to enter our stores," a Woolies spokesperson said.

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