Every day, he waits by the school bus for his favorite boy to come.
Every day when you return home, this is the most beautiful scene to look forward to. This child has recently returned from school. And it’s not just his mother who is looking forward to his return. His faithful dog is also waiting for him.
In the footage, the dog can be seen from their front yard watching as his human sibling gets off the school bus and crosses the yard to get him. The dog stretches his legs as if he is sprinting to meet his sister halfway. But instead of sprinting, he walked.
Perhaps he needed to stretch his legs after a long day of racing and tailgating. His brother approaches and greets him.
The dog next does something that is most likely the cause of the leg stretching. He stands on his back legs and embraces his brother. What a considerate gesture! Furthermore, the dog refused to let go.
Because his brother was unsurprised by the dog’s actions, it suggests that this is a daily greeting for them. Or maybe he’s been teaching his dog to do this and has finally succeeded!
The dog kissed him and his human brother hugged him back. These two are happy to be together again after such a long day. We’re guessing they spend every waking hour together (when the human isn’t at school).
Bernedoodles, which are a cross between a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Poodle, are wonderful family companions. This hybrid combines the best features of both worlds. They have the vibrant, happy personality of a Bernese Mountain Dog with the intelligence of a Poodle.
They enjoy playing with children, particularly little infants who can match their activity level.
“They have a particular fondness for having fun and roughhousing with children. When introduced to tiny children as puppies, they get along best. “They flourish in families where they can develop with the youngsters,” Garrett wrote for Trending Breeds.
Because they are a mixed breed, Bernedoodles do not always look the same. Two Bernedoodles may stand next to each other, but you’d never tell they’re the same crossbreed due to their striking resemblance.
Their height and weight are recognizable features.
Bernedoodles reach their full height of approximately 23 to 29 inches between the ages of 12 and 14 months. They will reach their maximum weight of 50 to 90 lbs around the same age.
While they can be your best friend, they are not the best guard dogs.
They’re quite quiet and don’t make any loud noises. As a result, if they see someone unknown, they will not bark (whether a canine or a human). They might even befriend the intruder. So keep that in mind as well.
Watch the video below to observe this dog’s wonderful interaction with his human brother.
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