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“Heaven goes by favor. If it went by merit, you would stay out and your dog would go in.” ― Mark Twain
Every animal is driven by basic needs. It is difficult to overcome these requirements. Thirst is perhaps the greatest, but I am sure hunger is right up there with it. The video below demonstrates how a mother dog’s love for her brood can overcome her biological urge to eat in favor of feeding her young. I think you will find this an interesting look into animal psychology.
From the YouTube Video Page:
“This mother dog was begging for the grilled chicken for the second time. The first time she held it in her mouth and ran away. I decided to follow her to where she was going and discovered that she was taking it to her litter of puppies..”
These dogs are very well-behaved. Each waits until their name is called before proceeding to the chow line. They appear to be called in a random order, but could be conditioned to the same daily roll call. All goes well UNTIL…the very last dog who seems to have the patience of Job or resents being called last. I think you will enjoy this very short video.
Every once in a while a tale appears about a kindred spirit of one sort or another. This is a true story about a dog who had a rough start in life, but had a need for friendship. He was full of wanderlust and was hard to keep home. Although he apparently loved his adopted family, his heart was much bigger than that and he had more to share with everyone.
Every day for more than a decade, Bruno walked four miles to a nearby town where he made regularly scheduled stops and visited with as many people as he could.
Watch the heartwarming video below for more of the details about how Bruno became a home town hero!
We have an expression in our house – nested bests. What this means is that you are in the best place with the best people doing the best thing at the best time; nested bests. There aren’t many nested bests moments, but when they happen, they are worth savoring and recalling.
The photo below is a variation on the theme – nested pets!
For all those who have ever owned a dog that they loved or for anyone who enjoys petting other people’s dogs, this video is for you! If you have had a faithful companion that is now departed and all you have is fond memories, this will bring back many emotions.