A Border Collie and a German Shepherd Love the Idea of Hugging it Out

Lottie and Grizzly

Dogs often get a rap for being overly excited, somewhat silly animals; but they are not. No, they can be and they absolutely are most of the time very excited and very silly. However, they’re also very intelligent animals that aren’t often viewed that way because of their enthusiasm – I get it; my optimism tends to make people see me as a bit of an airhead at times and it’s always fun to shock them with reality. On point, though, dogs are actually highly intelligent creatures. Some more than others, and some not so much as others. You might be sitting here thinking that your dog is broken, and that’s all right. We had a broken intelligent dog once, too, and sometimes you just have to hug them and love them and tell them that they are pretty.

These two dogs, a Border Collie by the name of Lottie and a German Shepherd that goes by Grizzly are smart dogs. When their mother asks them who their best friend is, Lottie immediately stands up and puts her doggie paws around Grizzly to show off that he is her best friend. It’s the most adorable trick we have seen all day long, even though we think we might be a little offended if Lottie were our dog. Why? Because dogs are man’s best friend, not Grizzly’s best friend. Either way, check out this darling video and prepare to do the oohing and the ahhing for the next few moments while you watch.


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