Little Boy And The Dog Next Door Play An Adorable Game Of Fetch Over The Fence

Dogs and kids are adorable pairings. That is why parents often get their child a dog at some point in their childhood since they make such great friends. But sometimes, adorable friendships blossom between a dog and a child who is not their owner. It is the best thing to witness.

And one such adorable friendship was captured on camera. It features a little boy going over to his back fence to meet up with the neighbor’s dog. The neighbor’s dog is only happy to see him and play their favorite game together: fetch. This adorable pair was proof that fences don’t get in the way of friendships.

And that should be an important lesson for us all.

The little boy’s father, Chad Nelson, was the one who captured the heart-warming footage of his son playing with the neighbor’s dog.

He shared the post on social media, writing, “A fence can’t stop my two-year-old from playing with his new best friend.”

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