Shar-Pei And A Newborn Foal Frolic Together In The Pasture

We love seeing friendships blossom between dogs and other animals. Interspecies bonds between dogs and other animals is some of the most wholesome content to grace the internet. It definitely gives us all the feels watching how two different species can easily come together and create a bond. It definitely serves as a reminder that differences can easily be overcome – a lesson we should all take to heart. 

A one-year-old Shar-Pei dog named Chino was captured on camera cultivating a wonderful new friendship with a darling little foal. Duke was only a week old when he made his first friend. The two were introduced in a beautiful location – out in a picturesque field that was full of flowers. 

The two had a moment of curiosity when they first were introduced. Duke brazenly walked up to the dog that was standing in the field and bumped noses. Chino was a little hesitant at first, perhaps because Duke was a little taller than him. After getting over the initial misgivings of one another, the baby horse and the canine began to frolic about. 

Watch them playing together in the clip below:

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