Adorable Puppies Can’t Stop Hugging Each Other Every Time They Meet, The Moments Went Viral In Internet
Two sweet puppies show the world that not just children from the same neighborhood can form special bonds, but dogs as well. In a ʜᴇᴀʀᴛᴡᴀʀᴍɪɴɢ ᴠɪʀᴀʟ photo, the two were caught on camera affectionately greeting each other, just like they haven’t seen each other in years. But as it turns out, the two very best friends meet pretty often – weekly at least – and they always have the same reaction of joy!
The two friends, who both turned one a few months ago, know each other since they were puppies as they live in the same neighborhood in Dartmouth, Massachusetts.
“They see each other on weekends or if Simba escapes my yard,They love each other, and my daughter and friend’s daughter are friends too.” Simba’s owner, Roberto Couto.
The moment the two puppies greet each other with an adorable hug, brought them a huge popularity online, encouraging other parents to share photos of their furry children showing affection to each other. Here are some of them:
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