Crow Convinces A German Shepherd To Play Catch

Most dogs love to play ball. And it doesn’t matter who they play it with – we’ve even seen some dogs play by themselves. However, in a very adorable twist, one German Shepherd found himself a playmate in the form of a crow.

Even though crows are birds, they’re actually quite intelligent, and they can learn many tricks. The German Shepherd’s owner actually rescued the crow as a chick, after finding it abandoned in the woods. The dog’s human raised the crow and taught it to fly. Of course, the German Shepherd was there the whole way through, helping raise the crow and forming a strong connection with it as well. One of the games that the three enjoyed playing together, was ball.

Eventually, the crow grew up and soon flew away to start her own life, but she’d regularly show up to visit. After getting some food, she’d also want to still play a friendly game of ball. And the German Shepherd was only too happy to oblige. 

According to the owner, the crow often will return to the house with little “gifts” – which really are just stolen trinkets from the neighbors. But it’s the thought that counts, right? 

Watch the fascinating friendship below:

0

Comment on the Story Below

Related Posts

December 3, 2019

Man Dives Into Rushing Water To Save His Dog After It Was Swept Away

We love our pets. And, I’m sure there isn’t one among us, who wouldn’t risk

July 10, 2019

When Dogs Play Too Rough

  Roughhousing is part of the fun of being a dog. Playing is a way

December 2, 2019

Owner Writes Heartbreaking Letter Asking Thief To Return Photos Of Their Dog’s Last Day Alive

Our dogs are important members of our family. So when it comes time for our

Comments – Rules , Boundaries & Limitations

At Cesar’s Way , we strive to be a single pack, and packs have rules, and limitations. Here are ours for the comments:

  •  No bullying or harassment of fellow commenters. Keep it civil!
  • No foul language or obscenities, please.
  • No posting of external links

Also, please note that because of volume , we are unable to respond to individual comments, although we do watch them in order to learn what issues and questions are most common so that we can produce content that fulfills your needs. You are welcome to share your own dog tips and behavior solutions among yourselves, however Thank you for reading our articles and sharing your thoughts with the pack!

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Get Tips From Cesar & The Pack

Don’t get left out of the doghouse! Sign up now to make sure you’re up to date on the latest happenings!

Trending Today

Trending This Week

Get a Free e-Book:
5 Essential Commands
to Teach Your Dog