Giant German Shepherd And Tiny Ferret Are The Most Unlikely Best Friends

Meet Nova, the German shepherd who has formed an adorably close bond with Pacco, the ferret.

These two are inseparable and spend all their time together as BFFs, despite the vast difference in sizes.

Ferrets are very intelligent creatures who can be quite playful, as well as very affectionate and in constant need of attention.

Luckily enough for Pacco, there is never a shortage of attention for him, as Nova is a very sweet dog, and incredibly patient with her ferret friend – even if he gets a little too excited.

Keeping dogs and ferrets together always requires a certain level of caution, as sometimes a ferret can trigger the dog’s natural instinct to hunt.

However, both Pacco and Nova were already quite used to living amongst other animals when they first met. In just a few days, these two had become the best of friends.

Pacco and Nova are pretty much inseparable at this point, and love playing together, as well as going on little adventures together before curling up for a nap with one another.

The two have a shared account on Instagram, nova_n_pacco, where fans can follow their heartwarming friendship captured through pictures.

You can see a few below:

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