Golden Retriever Adorably Apologises To His Brother After Stealing A Treat
This adorable video shows a Golden Retriever saying sorry to his brother for stealing a treat and it's exactly what you want to see on a Sunday morning:
The moment was captured on video by Watson and Kiko's owner and was posted to Instagram with the caption: "A dog's way of saying sorry."
Watson was in a bit of bother for eating his big brother's chewy (dog treat). The footage starts rather impressively from the get go with the five-year-old pooch sat patiently as he's asked: "Do you understand when I'm talking to you?"
After getting cooperation from Watson, the owner goes on to say: "You do? OK. So, I gave you a chewy, I gave Kiko a chewy. You ate Kiko's chewy so what do we say when we steal someone elses chewy? Do you know?"
Watson adorably struts over to his nine-year-old big bro and wraps his two front paws around Kiko's neck to give him an apologetic cuddle.
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The owner went on: "Yes, we say we're sorry. You're a good boy Watson. You're a good boy Watson. You're a good boy Kiko." Yes, yes they are.
Replying to the video, one heart-warmed fan wrote: "I cannot get enough of these two puppers. I don't know how you manage to get anything done. Enjoy every second. I love them from afar. I can't imagine having them in my life every day."
Someone else wrote: "I just can't. They are most adorable dogs ever," while a third commented: "This is possibly the cutest thing I have ever seen."
People wanted to know the answer to a crucial question though - did Kiko get his chewy? Don't worry though, the dogs' owner responded to the worries saying: "Of course he did. Good boi Kiko had a chewy." PHEW.
View this post on InstagramA few weeks ago marked a year since I received a call informing me about kiko's cancer. A year he fought so bravely and he keeps going forward very strong. I'm happy to say that Kiko is still doing very well. We all hope he continues that way. June 3 will be a very special day for Kiko, he will be turning 9 and also a year since he lost his leg. Everything just happened at the same time. #kickingcancersbutt
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It's quite clear to see these are the best brothers we've ever seen.
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