Golden Retriever Puppy Loses It When He Meets A Baby Goat

Baby farm animals are so cute. Watching little baby farm animals playing around is guaranteed to bring a smile to your face and brighten your day every single time. My goal someday is to own a piece of land big enough so I can raise at least one baby farm animal – whether it’s a horse, a sheep, or a goat. I personally think there would be something so cute about having one of those animals and just spending your days chilling with them outside in a field. But until that lotto dream happens, I’ll settle for viral internet videos of baby farm animals interacting with dogs.

Dogs make wonderful companions for an array of different animals since they’re naturally so calm and friendly. But they can also get quite excitable when they’re making friends with someone for the first time. Just take this golden retriever puppy for example. In the video below, he is thrilled beyond words at making friends with a little four-day-old baby goat. And the feeling seems to be mutual since the little kid shows an interest in his new, older fur brother. 

In the previous video, the two of them seem to be as equally enthralled with one another. The footage starts off with the little goat coming up to the four-month-old puppy.  The puppy is relaxing in his bed, but his curiosity is definitely peaked. The little goat sniffs him. Then the puppy sniffs the goat back. Both animals’ tails begin to wag and soon, they’re playing around. The pair’s friendship seems to grow stronger with every passing moment. First, the goat seems to frolic about, and then the puppy joins in the fun. The two of them are like that moment in “Step Brothers” when the two characters asked one another if they had just become best friends in that precise moment. 

And given that these two babies were getting along like macaroni and cheese, we have no doubt that they’d become best friends with one another. And the best part of both of them is that they get to grow up together. 

Watch their meeting in the clip below:


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