Pug Adorably Befriends Much Bigger Dog
Best friends do not have to look anything alike to make a great team. From rhinos and lambs, cats and owls, giraffe and ostrich, the world of animals are full of surprises. Every friendship is different and unique as this video clip proves it.
Just look at their wonderful game of biting, tugging and rolling all over the floor while their owner relishes in the silly sight. Check out how these two buddies play together with no limits. This incredible friendship is surely the mood-booster you want for your day. They are clearly best friends!
It is amazing to see dogs of different sizes and breeds getting along so well. Despite that, they both enjoy their playtime and it seems like their venture will stretch endlessly. If not anything else, the big dog is mostly gentle with his friend, his bites are friendly and not violent, and the little pug’s role in this game is just to show resistance so that the play game would be more successful.
Animals, too, have set the rules for certain games, do not they? It is only at the end that we see the big dog lets go of the little pug but the poor one misses their antics and follows him faithfully wherever he has gone to. Oh doggy, do not leave your friend like that, show some mercy and take the crazy roly-poly to another place, but do not give up entirely because it was so fun watching you both.
The animal kingdom never ceases to amaze and inspire, enjoy these wondrous pals that put aside all differences to spread some love. These interspecies friendships show that anybody can get along if they truly put their minds to it. This proves that pets can be much better than humans sometimes: they just do not care about differences of size or species; pets will be loyal to their friends for life. If you still believe that they are not capable to form friendships and feel deep emotions, we are sure you will change your understanding before the end of this footage.
If peoples can determine one thing from pets it should be their ability to see past the exterior and find mutual territory and even harmony in others despite their skin color, their reputation or status, and their origins.