Some parents or grandparents don’t approve of having dogs in their house. However, it’s also common for the same people to become enamored once the dog is already part of their life. A story by SBS TV highlighted such a great example of this.
Nari is a 3-month-old Samoyed that loves to hang out at a certain house. That place is occupied by an elderly couple. One common scenario would be the grandpa playing with Nari while the grandma is cooking.
Nari often tries to steal food from the table when the old couple eats. When that happens, someone else is there to step in. The grandson will appear and pick up Nari because he is the real owner of the dog.
After lunch, the couple spends time resting in the yard. Of course, Nari joins them. She prefers staying close to the grandpa during those times. However, if anyone comes along to visit, she will also greet them.
Nari inadvertently facilitates bonding time between the grandparents and the grandson. The grandparents like to groom the dog together. The grandson gives them the brush to use and asks them to be careful since it has sharp edges.
By the end of the grooming activity, the grandparent’s clothes were covered with fur. There was also a large ball of fur that got clumped together. The grandma managed to turn it into a cute little fur bracelet.
The grandparents also gave Nari a rawhide bone after grooming her. The funny thing is that the grandparents say more farewell wishes to the dog than their grandson. This is just a regular day for Nari and the grandparents.
After the grandson comes home with his dog, a new interaction emerges. It’s time for Nari to interact with the owner’s father. However, that’s a story for another day.
Video courtesy of SBS TV Animals via YouTube.