Horse Is Smitten By Tiny Puppy When They Meet For The First Time

Everyone loves puppies. They’re so cute! Their fur is so soft, they’ve got those little chubby bellies, and they are just overall bundles of joy. As much as humans enjoy the company of puppies, we’re not the only ones who can’t get enough of puppies. Other animals also get mesmerized by the preciousness of puppies.

In Decka Simanovci, Serbia there is a horse named Tristan who lives at the Horseland Horse Center. He was introduced to an adorable little teacup Pekingese puppy named Vily. The horse was instantly smitten by the tiny canine. And it turned out that the feeling was mutual!

As the horse showed the puppy affection by rubbing his head against Vily, the little puppy licked him back on the forehead. It was the start of an unshakeable bond – these two will probably become best friends forever. 

As Zile Bocevski, Vily’s owner, shared, “While I was visiting the Horse Center a friend of mine wanted to introduce her horse to Vily and a friendship was born between the horse and the dog. They are friends now.”

Hopefully Zile will be able to bring Vily for frequent visits because this is one friendship that we need more of. Watch as the two interact below: 

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