This Boy Tiptoes To Neighbourhood Garage Just to Hug the Dog

15 Jul 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News

Dogs have an implausible aura which pulls us towards them. At one end, where sneaking into your neighbor’s garage is not counted as good manners; on the other end, this boy has a valid and cutest reason to sneak into neighbor’s garage. He tiptoes to neighbor’s property just to hug their dog. This entire thing came into light when Hollie Mallet, dog’s owner captured the kid, Josh on camera and posted the adorable video on Facebook.


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Hollie posted a message on Facebook with the video saying, “Attn Neighbors! Anyone know who this sweet little boy is? Every now and then when he rides his bike he will quickly come and love on my dog or play fetch real quick, but always leaves quick like he doesn’t know if he should be here! I’d like to tell him he’s welcome to stay and play, she loves the attention!”

The mother of Josh, Ginger Breaux recognized his son in the first sight. According to Mrs. Breaux, she was stunned to see such compassion of her son for the dog, which made her heart melt like an ice-cream. However, his mother was pretty taken aback that sneaking into other person’s house is not good.


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The reason behind Josh tiptoeing into neighbor’s home was the love for dogs. Josh used to have a pooch that passed away a couple of years ago. Josh’s parents never got the time to get him a new dog because of other responsibilities. They have been thinking to adopt a dog now. Till then, Josh is welcomed to play with neighbor’s pup whenever he wishes to.


Check out the adorable video here:

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