A recent video captured the adorable moment a golden retriever crawled under her owner’s car while he was working so she could give him a warm hug. The heartwarming video was posted in April of this year. We don’t know the origin of the video, but we found it on the internet and had to show it to you. The sight is just too precious to miss.
The sweet dog can be seen crawling onto her owner’s chest in the video. She then worked her way up toward his face to place her head in the crook of his neck. This made it look like the two were hugging. She stayed there for a moment while her owner petted her lovingly. At one point, she started adjusting into a comfortable position, and it looked like she was licking her owner’s ear. He didn’t seem to mind and just continued petting her.
It appears that the owner is a mechanic and was installing something underneath his car in the video. The dog’s owner didn’t seem to mind the interruption at all, as he quickly placed his tools down and focused his attention on his pet. The dog closed her eyes and looked completely relaxed as her owner went on petting her throughout the video. The moment is incredibly touching, and it is lucky that it was captured on camera.
The bond that these two share must be incredibly strong for them to experience such a heartwarming moment underneath a car. It goes to show that it doesn’t matter where you are or what you are doing; there is always time to love and appreciate your pets.
According to the American Kennel Club, golden retrievers are friendly, intelligent and devoted dogs. They are ranked third for the most popular breed in America. They can weigh between 55 and 75 pounds depending on gender, making them part of the large dog category. Golden retrievers make great family pets and live between 10 and 12 years. They are considered part of the sporting group for their athleticism.
Golden retrievers are also highly intelligent, making them easier to train. For this reason, many are trained to be service animals, such as guides for the blind. They are hard workers with sturdy, muscular builds that suit the work in the fields that the breed is historically known for.
The most complete records indicate that these dogs originated from Inverness-Shire in Scotland. They were kept by gamekeepers from 1835 to about 1890 at the estate of Lord Tweedmouth. They were used as hunting dogs and field workers until they eventually evolved into the lovable family pets we know today.
It is common for golden retrievers to become overweight, so it is important for owners to monitor their dog’s diet closely. Treats are useful as a tool for training pets but should only be used in moderation to avoid health risks. Due to being a sporting breed, golden retrievers also require a lot of exercise. This makes them good companions for long runs or bike rides as they can easily keep up with their owners. They also do well partaking in canine sports such as tracking and agility or obedience training.
One of the most famous golden retrievers of all time is Buddy from the hit film “Air Bud.” The movie was released in 1997 and was about a golden retriever who escapes his cruel master and life as a circus dog to live with a young boy who desperately needs a friend. In the film, the dog joins the boy’s basketball team and leads the team to a championship victory.
The film opened to financial success and grossed $4 million in its opening weekend. The movie is based around the true story of Buddy, who was rescued by Kevin Di Cicco when he was living as a stray dog in the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Di Cicco taught Buddy how to play a number of sports, including basketball, baseball, football, soccer and hockey.
Basketball was his most loved sport and the one he excelled at the most. Apparently, he was able to “shoot” the ball by trying to bite it in mid-air. The ball would either be slicked with saliva or olive oil and this would then propel the ball into the basket whenever Buddy would try to bite it. Buddy was nominated for two Kids’ Choice Awards and attended the event once. He also made appearances on “America’s Funniest Home Videos” and the “Late Show with David Letterman.”
Golden retrievers are truly incredible dogs. They are highly intelligent and loyal to their owners. Whether they are climbing under your car to show you love or shooting hoops on a basketball court, there is almost nothing these inspiring pets can’t do.