Dog Gives Adorable Puppy A Lesson On How To Use Doggy Door

Animals have an incredible sense of attentiveness. Our dogs love to help us out in their own unique ways. That is why we love them. But their care isn’t just limited to their humans. They’re also willing to help out other animals who might need it. 

It is not unusual to see dogs teaching one another certain skills. A great example of this was the adorable dog who was more than willing to lend a helping paw to a puppy. The little baby pooch was having trouble figuring out how to get back inside the home. He hadn’t quite figured out the magic that is the doggie door. 

In the video, the poor little pup was experiencing some issues. He hadn’t quite figured out how to get through the doggie door. Fortunately for him, there was no need to fear. A rescuer was on his way.

An older dog showed up just in time to offer advice on getting things done. In the adorable clip, you can see as the dog patiently teaches the pup how to handle his own. He comes in and out of the door several times to demonstrate to the pup just how it works. 

After several tries, it’s time for the puppy to have a go. The older dog encourages the little canine to just take the plunge. Then he stands there and watches the pup finally make it through the door.

How adorable is that? Watch below:

Have you ever experienced something like that with your pet? Let us know.

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