This is the loveliest and most beautiful scene to look forward to every day when you come home. This boy just got home from school and it’s not just his mother waiting for him to come home. His loyal dog is also eagerly waiting for him.
The dog can be seen watching from their front yard as its human sibling gets off the school bus and crosses the yard to pick it up. The dog spread its legs wide because it appeared to be running halfway to meet its siblings. But he doesn’t sprint instead he walks.
Maybe it wanted to stretch its legs after a hard day chasing its tail. His brother approaches him and greets him. The dog then does something that is most likely to cause the leg to stretch. He stood up on his hind legs and hugged his brother. What a thoughtful gesture. Also, the dog refuses to let go. It seemed like a daily welcome to them, as his brother didn’t seem surprised by the dog’s behavior. Or perhaps he taught his dog to do this and has now succeeded!
The brother hugged him back, and the dog kissed him. After such a long day, the two are overjoyed to be together again. We’re guessing that these two spend every waking hour together. Bernedoodles, a mix of Bernese Mountain Dogs and Poodles, are great family pets. They have the fun, bubbly demeanor of the Bernese Mountain Dog with the wisdom of a Poodle.
They love to play with kids, especially toddlers who can fit in their activities. “They tend to be especially fond of having fun with children. They get along best with young children if they are introduced to them when they are puppies. They thrive in families where they can grow with children”.
Bernedoodles are often not the same as they are mixed breeds. Two Bernedoodles may stand side by side, but you’d never guess they’re the same hybrid because they look so much alike.
Unfortunately, although they can be your best friends, they are not the best guard dogs. They are really good and don’t make any loud noises. Therefore, they will not bark if they see someone they do not know, whether it is a dog or a person. They may even befriend the invader. So remember that as well.
The adorable interaction between this dog and his bro is so happy!