Puppy’s reaction to owner’s huge St Bernard has people tearing up: ‘Home’
A puppy’s reaction to its owner’s enormous St. Bernard has the internet screaming, with the little dog thinking the canine companion is its mother.
Their owner shared the touching clip on his TikTok account, @bearsdayz, which shows the much bigger dog, named Bear, meeting the cocker spaniel, thought to be called Lolly.
The pair touch noses before snuggling, while the clip then cuts to a snap of the little dog curled up against one-year-old Bear as they snuggle in another photo.
“My humans brought me a sister but she thinks I’m her mom,” the on-screen caption reads.
The clip, which can be seen here, has amassed over 3 million views since it was uploaded earlier this month.
In the comments, the owner shared more touching details about the couple’s bond, saying, “The big one is a boy so he’s super fine but yeah like nana…
“No, he’s really good and accepts her snuggling up to him.”
Many people rushed to the heartwarming site, as Kadence raved, “It’s the cutest thing ever.”
Cindy Foresman109 wrote, “They are so precious and adorable! I would like to snuggle up to Bear too!”
Tindall.Bostens AT commented, “That’s so sweet. I’m a little emotional this week, sorry.”
Gracie admitted, “Not me crying. Not me.”
“No because I’m literally sobbing,” Glenda added.
Myramoore145 remarked: “Aww bless this pup knows you’re nice [gentle] and love.”
While Tok.alina.tik.otter pointed out, “Some siblings take on the parenting role.”
Cluedo replied, “Too cute, it’s so sad but she definitely has a good home.”
Sarah Tobin simply replied, “No words.”
After the original clip exploded, the proud owner shared another, showing Lolly following Bear.
“Could someone please tell him that I am not his mother,” read the text on the screen, recounting Bear’s thoughts.
While viewers were treated to more adorable snapshots of their lives, showing the pup playing with Bear’s tail, the duo taking a nap and playing with a pipe.
And a third clip showed Bear dressed in human clothing, with the caption saying, “I take my role as a mom very seriously.”
While another clip reads, “Happy Father’s Day to the best adopted dad.”
Newsweek contacted @bearsdayz for comment.
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Dog food company Cesar has shared some tips for pet owners introducing their new puppy to their existing dog.
He warned that while dogs are social, they don’t always get along with other dogs, and stressed that first impressions are “very important”, especially if your existing pet is the only one in the house. home.
It said: “Before bringing your new dog or puppy home, place anything your resident dog might keep in an area. This can include food bowls, bones, beds and toys. Make sure that the new dog has a separate area for all its elements.”
For the first encounter, try a neutral environment with one person holding each dog’s leash and let the dogs “sniff, run around, play, urinate, or just ignore each other.”
“Let them do what they want to establish a relationship, with as little mediation as possible from the owner.”
Only intervene if they are fighting and keep the initial meeting brief before moving on to the next step of a walk together.