Nice Listed Doggy Is Surprised With A Furry Puppy For Christmas

Caters_NewsPublished: December 27, 201784,995 views
Published: December 27, 2017

An adorable footage has emerged of a Golden Retriever being rewarded with a nice gift for being such a good boy. Namely, Cash, the 12-year-old pooch, was feeling lonely after losing his friend, Rosie, so owners decided to present him with a puppy for Christmas. Watch as he cannot contain his excitement!

This is the precious moment when a pet dog opens his Christmas present to find a tiny puppy inside the box. Cash was up for a big surprise when he notices that there is something moving inside the gift box!

Poor Cash was left devastated after his companion died suddenly three years ago, so his owners decided to treat him this Christmas as a reward for his good behaviour and to stop him from getting lonely.

Marie Ahonen, from Ortonville, Michigan, filmed the heartwarming moment when her partner brought their new pet into the room. Cash can be seen sniffing around the box with excitement before the lid pops open and the pooch appears. What a joyous moment!

Footage shows Cash waiting patiently at the door as owner enters the room carrying a tiny box. Moments later, Cash can be seen excitedly circling the box after owner puts it down on the carpet. Then, the lid lifts off as the puppy lifts his head, revealing the golden-furred pooch sitting inside.

Cash sniffs his new friend with his nose and these two appear to bond instantly. This excited pooch cannot contain his excitement and is delighted with his new gift. Next, Marie's partner lifts the tiny ball of fur out of the cardboard box and sets him down on the floor so they can play together.

Watch as the curious dog sniffs around the neatly wrapped box only to find an equally adorable companion inside. Good thing Cash was on Santa’s ‘nice list’ this year and can now cure his loneliness with his new furry friend. There two will get along perfectly fine!

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      MamaSueChickk · 25 weeks ago

      I think it’s a wonderful idea to get another puppy before the older dog gets too old to play. I did this when my Heeler was about 10 years old and got a Boston puppy. Samantha taught Jezebel how to “patrol” the perimeter, and other big dog responsibilities. She was a good big sister for another 3 years and Jezebel was my protector. RIP Samantha