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Video Of A Dog Helping Its Stranded Friend Wins Internet, Watch

Clip shows dachshund dog carrying timber in the mouth while they try to cross a log of wood, a best friend runs back to help giving netizens friendship goals.


An adorable video of a puppy coming back to lend a helping paw to his mates is giving internet friendship goals. Shared by Indian forest officer Sudha Raman, the clip is an example of how a friend in need is a friend indeed as it garnered nearly 8.4k views. The 21-second clip shows a dachshund dog carrying timber in the mouth while he tries to cross a log of wood, a best friend that had paced ahead returns to share the burden, while another pup checks up on the two.

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Netizens laud their bond

With over 874 likes, the video has captured the attention of Twitter users as they call the dogs’ friendship inspirational. Quoting the famous lines that a friend in need is truly a friend to trust and count on, users lauded the spirit of the animals and their unconditional friendship, which, they said, humans could learn a lot from. Despite having moved ahead, the pup returns to check up on his friend if he was fine with carrying the timber all by himself. Not only that, he decides to hold one end of the wood in his mouth and walk beside his friend to safely escort him to clearance from the wild. The video explains that the dachshund dog friend could be the much-needed companion one needs for a buddy to rely on amid hardships.  

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