The conversation about #dogbonding got a poster child last week in the form of a now-famous black lab that refused to leave the side of it’s yellow lab partner whom had been struck by a car. You’ve probably heard the story by now, but if you haven’t seen the video, it’s very touching to see the depth of the black lab’s bond to its friend.
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Sometimes it seems like #dogbonding is easier for dogs than it is for people. It’s a natural state for a dog; we humans just need to get out of the way!
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