When it comes to ranking the most adorable creatures of all, new puppies have to come in at or near the top of the list, right? There are few things cuter than watching a newborn puppy navigate its new surroundings and this video allows us to catch a firsthand glimpse of a Chihuahua who cannot be any more than a few days old.
Puppies are super cute, because it is fun to watch them learn how to do stuff for the very first time. While these animals are certainly bound to make mistakes along the way, a proud pet owner is there to correct them and push them in the right direction. Being a puppy owner is a lot like being a parent, it is all about providing guidance and allowing your child (furry or otherwise) to learn as they go.
Besides, if you asked most pet owners, they would probably tell you that they find these mistakes to be simply adorable. The puppy in this video is committed to overcoming these mistakes and is not going to let a few minor setbacks get in the way of the ultimate goal.
We should all take some level of inspiration from this puppy. Even though he is probably not ready to walk on his own yet, he does not let that stop him from continuing to try. We face the same level of difficulty each day and when we let ourselves become overwhelmed, we miss out on valuable learning experiences. This puppy is bound and determined not to make that same sort of mistake.
From the looks of it, the puppy you are about to meet is just a few days old. He does not have the legs that he needs to walk just yet, but his repeated attempts at doing just that will definitely make you laugh (and maybe even cry). Watching the animal refuse to be deterred by his lack of coordination is just too cute.
Just take a look at this adorable video and see for yourself!
This little pup should definitely keep on trying, because with his level of determination and grit, he is bound to reach his goal eventually. If you have enjoyed his exploits as much as we have, then take a moment to share this video with the puppy lovers in your life, as they are bound to appreciate it. Don’t be shy, folks, pass it along!
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