Long distance relationship aren't fun. And that doesn't just refer to romantic relationships either. As someone whose best friend lives 6 hours away, it can get lonely sometimes.
What we don't think about, though, is how long distance can affect dogs. But it's actually probably a lot worse for them! Long distance is as simple as next door for dogs.
That's why Messy, a yellow lab, devised a plan to see her best friend and live her best life.
Messy's best friend is Audi, a husky who lives on the other side of the street. Audi can get lonely when his owner is out, so Messy wanted to help him out.
"When [Audi] feels lonely and cries, I always ask my dog to see and talk to him,” Messy's owner says. “My dog just looks from my fence and sometime he barks to [Audi]. I don’t know what they are communicating, but he stops crying.”
Recently, Audi managed to escape after his owner forgot to latch the gate closed. Instead of running completely free, Audi chose to go and see the one person...er, dog...who truly mattered: his best friend Messy.
Continue reading to see the pictures of the two dogs reuniting!
“He ran to my dog and they hugged each other,” Messy's owner said.
Since discovering the pups are best friends and care this much, both owners have agreed to make arrangements which will allow them to see each other more often.
Looks like this was their plan all along!