Dog Jumps Up To Make Sure His Friend Is Okay While Getting His Nails Clipped

No matter how friendly and caring our doctors or our dentists are, nobody actually enjoys going to see these medical professionals. And the same is true for our pets. It doesn’t matter how nice our vets are, our pets just hate going. And it’s understandable, a routine doctor’s visit isn’t without its downsides like shots or blood tests. 

But unlike us humans who get to choose exactly when we visit the doctor or the dentist, our pets sort of get surprised by their visits to the vet. Maybe that is why they hate going so much? One owner decided to take all his dogs to the vet at once – something that many pet owners do if we have multiple animals.

However, one of his dogs was extremely nervous to get their nails clipped. The poor little dog was shaking with anxiety. Not only was he in the place the dislikes but he was also getting his nails trimmed as well. Fortunately for this little patient, he had a friend in his corner. One of his companions was there for him the whole time, trying to let him know that he wasn’t alone.

In the video, you can see the little dog jump up and down, constantly trying to stay within his buddy’s line of vision so that he doesn’t feel scared. That is true dedication. Watch the adorable moment in the clip below:

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