Dogs are known to love rides, and they would never pass up an opportunity to go on one. For pets on the go with their owners, taking a ride can be nothing short of euphoria. Dogs love all car rides since they will get to experience a variety of odors through the car vents or the window. They perceive cow manure on a freshly plowed field, sheep and goats in fields, grass or maybe even the French fries in restaurants as they drive by. Apart from having to enjoy scents from the road, dogs also love to be in charge or have a responsibility. Taking them on a ride makes them feel like they have an important role to play on the trip.
Also, when you leave them to watch or guard the car while you go shopping or do any other activity. They assume the position of a guard and they tend to take this job very seriously. Some people have reported that dogs left in their owner’s cars react by barking loudly when a car parks nearby.
The pet in the video is no different from any other dog, he also wants to go on a ride, but doesn’t care if the ride will be on a small wagon which is pushed by his favorite human in the earth.
Children always have great chemistry with pets, especially dogs as dogs are more of caretakers, and they have been shown to take great care of their owner’s children. The Australian Shepherd seems to be a regular passenger on the wagon since he sits comfortably on the wagon and you can also see that he trusts the little girl so much. He is confident that he is safe in the wagon and looks excited while hi small human companion drags the wagon along.
The little girl who looks like she’s not up to three years old, but seems a lot stronger than a three-year-old, as she pushes the 65-pound mutt without a hassle. Her mother keeps an eye on the pair while filming and she can’t help her excitement from seeing her baby do something amazing. She keeps egging her daughter on and encouraging her while the little one smiles and remains undaunted. She is determined to take her pet on a ride as she promised. She puts her small hands on the toy wagon handle and begins to drag the wagon.
This activity is usually a bit difficult for an adult, but she seems to be very fine with it. She is determined to make the ride a lot longer until she gets to the door where a basket is on the side of the door. This basket was making it difficult for her to pass with her ride. The dog immediately sensed that the wagon was stuck in the door and jumped out to make life easier for his little friend.
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