Girl With A Delayed Speech Development And Her Doggie Have A Conversations In Their Own Language

When it comes to language, sometimes things don’t need to be translated – especially not the love between pets and their humans.

And this is best exemplified through an adorable little girl named Everlee, and her dog, “Dude.” The two of them share their own language. Only they understand it, and the two of them spend loads of time having full-on conversations for all the world to witness. It’s seriously the cutest thing ever.

Just a girl and her dog ❤️❤️

Posted by Destanie Heath on Wednesday, September 18, 2019

What makes this bond even more precious, is the fact that Dude provides Everlee with an outlet to express herself and feel understood, when she might not otherwise. That is because Everlee has epilepsy, and according to her family, it caused a delay in her normal speech development. But to Dude, that doesn’t matter. He just loves her and is happy to communicate with her in any form.

And that is the kind of love that never requires translation.

Check out the adorable pair below:

 

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