Puppies meet on the road and recognize each other quickly

What started as an ordinary walk for two pooches turned into a surprising family reunion when long-lost relatives passed each other on the street.

The two kakapos quickly recognized each other. Indeed, despite the fact that they hadn’t seen each other since they were puppies, they spotted each other, immediately hugged and shared a huge hug.

The crowns, named Monty and Rosie, were born from the same litter last June. “There were six of them,” Rosie’s mother, Susan Killip, told The Dodo. “But Monty and Rosie were together the whole time.”

Killip’s companions, who live in a nearby town, took in Monty and initially watched over Rosie for a week, but after that the two cubs lost sight of each other.

That was, until their shock assembly last month.

“It was so dazzling, they both bounced back and kissed,” Killip said. “It was amazing that they found each other after 10 months without seeing each other.”

The delightful story was shared on Twitter by Libby Pincher, who posted a chat with her dad that has since gone viral.

His father described the wonderful chance experience, writing: “So Dave was walking his dog, and there were one or two walking up to him with a white shape of his dog. It turns out they are brother and sister from the same litter. But rather than playing fair like they do with other pooches, see this.

While there’s been some wrangling over whether the pooches can remember their litter mates, Twitter patrons, as well as Killip, are confident the two pups knew each other.

It’s also conceivable that the parents of the pups have such warm reactions to each other because they recognize something comforting or recognizable about the other dog.

“Dogs of the same breed regularly float towards each other,” says Tufts College. “What we do know is this: Another dog’s scent stays with a puppy for a long time… But if the dog manages that it’s a family association, we’ll probably never know for sure. .”

Whether or not Monty and Rosie can tell they were siblings, they actually know someone special lives next door. And their guardians are there to make sure they see each other beyond doubt once the coronavirus lockdowns are lifted.

“We’ll keep in touch,” Killip said. “[It’s] a little awkward at the minute, but after all of this can be over, we’ll have doggie rides together.”

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