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On The Street, Two Dog Siblings Run Into Each Other

When long-lost siblings ran into each other on the street, what began off as a normal walk for two dogs turned into an unexpected family reunion.

The two cockapoos quickly recognized one other. They nuzzled and hugged each other as soon as they saw each other, even though they hadn’t seen each other since they were pups.

SUSAN KILLIP

Last June, Monty and Rosie, two pups from the same litter, were born. “There were six of them,” Rosie’s mother, Susan Killip, told The Dodo. “However, Monty and Rosie were never apart.”

SUSAN KILLIP

Early on, Killip’s neighbors in a neighbouring city adopted Monty and watched Rosie for a week, but the two puppies lost contact after that.

That is, until they had a chance to meet last month.

“It was really wonderful,” Killip recalled. “They both just leapt up and held each other.” “It seemed incredible that they remembered each other after ten months apart.”

SUSAN KILLIP

Libby Pincher shared the sweet anecdote on Twitter, where she uploaded a chat with her father that has now gone viral.

“So, Dave was out walking his dog, and there was a couple heading towards him with a white replica of his dog,” her father wrote of the beautiful unexpected meeting. It turns out they are siblings from the same litter. But, instead of playing with other dogs, have a look at this.”

While there is considerable disagreement about whether dogs can recall their littermates, Killip and other Twitter users believe the two puppies recognized each other.

It’s also conceivable that dog siblings react affectionately to one another because they detect something soothing or familiar in the other.

SUSAN KILLIP

According to Tufts University, “dogs of the same breed frequently gravitate toward one other.” “What we know is that the fragrance of another dog lingers for a long time on a dog… But we’ll never know for sure if the dog is processing the fact that it’s a family connection.”

According to Tufts University, “dogs of the same breed frequently gravitate toward one other.” “What we know is that the fragrance of another dog lingers for a long time on a dog… But we’ll never know for sure if the dog is processing the fact that it’s a family connection.”

SUSAN KILLIP

Whether Monty and Rosie knew they were brother and sister or not, they now know someone extremely important lives nearby. And once the coronavirus limitations are gone, their parents will make sure they see each other.

Killip said, “We’ll keep in contact.” “At the moment, it’s a little challenging, but after this is all done, we’ll be out for doggie walks together.”

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