It must be love! Adorable moment when poodle meets sister from the same litter he hadn’t seen since he was relocated and hugged her in an emotional reunion
- Libby Pincher, from Bishop Auckland, shared the adorable photos on Twitter
- She revealed that her boyfriend was walking his dog when he met his sibling
- Hundreds replied that it was cute and the hug made them cry
A woman shared the adorable moment when her friend’s dog hugged his sibling as she walked outside.
Libby Pincher, of Bishop Auckland, County Durham, said her boyfriend Dave took his miniature poodle for a walk when he saw another dog walker with a dog that was very similar.
The two dogs hugged each other in a heartwarming hug, and their owners soon realized that they came from the same litter and hadn’t seen each other since moving into different homes.
Share the cute photos with TwitterLibby wrote, “Look what my father sent me this morning, I can’t even do it.”
Libby Pincher, of Bishop Auckland, County Durham, said her friend Dave was walking his miniature poodle when he saw another dog walker with a dog that was very similar. The two puppies hugged each other in a heartwarming hug and their owners soon realized they were from the same litter and hadn’t seen each other since birth.
Attached was a screenshot of a Whatsapp message from her dad that read, “So Dave walked out with his dog and a couple walked up to him with a white version of his dog. Turns out they are brother and sister from the same litter. But don’t look at this as they play with other dogs.
Attached was a screenshot of a Whatsapp message from her dad that read, “So Dave walked out with his dog and a couple walked up to him with a white version of his dog.
“It turns out they are brother and sister from the same litter. But instead of just playing like they do with other dogs, watch. ‘
The text was followed by two photos of the dogs on their hind legs with their legs wrapped around each other.
Hundreds of Twitter users commented on the charming images, saying they were ‘gorgeous’ and made them cry.
Libby shared the fun photos with Twitter and wrote, “Look what my dad sent me this morning, I can’t even.
In response to the tweet, which has been shared more than 140.00 times and has been valued 705,000 times, it was written: ‘OMG who gave me a tear’
“I didn’t have to cry so hard,” added another, while another said the images were “so cute.”
According to Pets4Homes experts, dogs from the same litter that stay together for up to 16 weeks can often recognize each other in later life.
However, this is more likely if they meet before they reach the age of six or seven.
In response to the tweet, which has had more than 140,000 retweets and 705,000 likes, it was written: ‘OMG that brought a tear to my eye.’
If they are split up for 16 weeks – for example, after 12 weeks when puppies are usually relocated – there is less chance of recognition.
It is unclear how old the dogs are in the photo and when they are separated.
A study from the University of Belfast previously found that puppies showed a preference for a cloth that carried the scent of their siblings 70 percent of the time, and that the same number could recognize their mother’s scent even after two years of separation .