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Doggie Best Friends Won’t Let Anything Come Between Them

It is not clear how these two dogs ended up becoming friends. But as you can see from the adorable pictures below, their friendship is bound to transcend time.

Edith Govea was outside her relative’s house in San Luis Potosí, Mexico, when she came across the sweetest scene. In front of a neighboring building, a small white dog was struggling to peek over a gate. Govea soon discovered what the pooch was trying to do.

Edith Govea

The small pup had been clinging onto the gate for a little bit when a German Shepherd appeared on the other side.

Then the two dogs went on to give each other a big hug.

Edith Govea

According to Govea, the white dog lives with a family nearby. Apparently, he takes himself on walks every now and then. That is probably how he became familiar to his bigger friend.

“It seems they are very good friends,” Govea said.

The woman soon noticed that she what was witnessing wasn’t just a passing visit.

Edith Govea

Govea watched in shock as the small pooch hopped up and started climbing through the bars separating him from his friend. When it seemed like he wouldn’t be able to get himself to the other side, the German Shepherd came out again to lend him a helping paw.

As you can see in the video below, it worked!

The duo cuddled together in the German Shepherd’s cozy nook.

Edith Govea

Govea was touched by what she had just seen and decided to share it online.

Edith Govea

“I thought it was something extremely nice and worthy of sharing,” Govea said. “I think it’s a sign of genuine friendship and love. Something we should see more among people.”

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