Dog Gets Creative And Helps His Tiny Brother Get On The Bed

The sibling relationship is a complicated one. One minute they can be your worst enemy and the next minute they can be your best friend. But no matter what, you’ll always have each other’s backs. And there is always plenty of love to go around – even when you’re both fighting with one another. Plus, there is no other better partner in crime again your parents than your siblings.

And even in the animal kingdom, sibling relationships are quite complex and full of different emotions. And nothing mirrors that better, than the video clip of doggie siblings. It’s downright heart-melting!

In the video, the 3-month-old male puppy, Moo Ping sees his 1-month-old sister, Khao Neaw, struggling to climb up onto the large sofa. Rather than take the time to bully her, Moo Ping decided to do something sweet and help his little sister up.

The adorable little Moo Ping actually jumps down onto the floor and begins to nudge his little sister up – helping her to get up on the couch herself. That video just went to prove that even in the animal world, a big brother is always there for his little sister when she needs it.

And it’s just so cute to witness.

Watch the precious video below:

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