When children grow up on the same block, they frequently become friends and visit each other’s homes for playdates, according to ilovemydogsomuch.
They normally create a tight friendship because they are neighbors and see one other frequently. But this isn’t simply a problem for human children; it’s also a problem for our canine friends.
Cooper, a Havanese, and Simba, a tiny Goldendoodle, are neighbors and closest buddies. Roberto Couto of Dartmouth, Massachusetts, owns Simba, and according to Newsweek, Simba and Cooper go on walks together with their families’ children. They’ve become attached, and when they’re separated, Simba would sneak out of his backyard only to see Cooper.
Since they were pups, when their family received them around the same time, the beautiful duo has been best buddies. They are always overjoyed to see each other and exchange the loveliest greetings.
Couto took a photo of the amicable couple hugging each other at one of their meetups. They’re both standing on their rear legs, front paws wrapped around each other in a human-like position. Couto shared the touching shot on the “Dogspotting Society” Facebook group, where it immediately gained over 11,000 likes. It also went viral on Twitter, where it received over 300,000 likes.
This was not a once-in-a-lifetime incident. Almost every time they encounter each other, the furry best buddies greet each other with the same loving hug. They admire one other and consider themselves fortunate to live so near together. That, my friends, is what friendship is all about! Now all we have to do is pray that none of their families decides to relocate!
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