There is no better than a fur baby that can teach you a lesson from God!
That is such a careful and special gesture. It’s incredible how a dog can be so sweet!
Everyone knows that dogs are one of the friendliest animals, which is why they are kept as pets, but dogs at dog daycare centers can be a little more timid because they are unfamiliar to the strangers around them.
However, at The Den Doggy Day Care in Burlington, Ontario, they witnessed adventures of their weirdest dog, Ruby!
Ruby is a short-haired German girl who goes to daycare with her brother Miles. While Miles manages to keep herself together, Ruby is an outgoing social butterfly. The staff were ecstatic to see how she never kept her paws to herself and was constantly “stroking” and “cuddling” other dogs during her stay!
Her adorable actions quickly drew a lot of attention, especially from animal lovers!
Ruby initially wrapped herself in her brother Miles, but as she grew more interested in the other canines in the center, she began to approach them and drown them in the slight scratches on the top of their backs and heads!
Petting people or other dogs is said to be a subtle gesture for canines to get attention or start playing, but for Ruby, this simple act has a completely different meaning. She is truly friendly and lovely, and she brings a positive energy to the entire center!
Ruby’s habit of petting the other dogs perplexed them at first. They were taken aback and even irritated when the lovely Ruby placed a hand on their face or back when they didn’t even know each other. But they simply grew accustomed to her constant pampering!
Until no dog really bothers about it and they happily “let it happen”, they will even happily respond and play along with Ruby.
It’s no surprise that Ruby is one of the most popular dogs at the daycare center!
Ruby is absolutely adorable! She was born to bring joy and happiness to others’ lives!
That is just too adorable! What a precious and loving baby!
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