Dogs are proving they are best friends not only for humans but other species too. Lately, we’ve been witnessed to some very unlikely friendships. And it looks like huskies tend to find their best companions in other species
When Koda got lost in December, last year, his owner desperately tried to find her, but his attempts were all in vain. But when Rachel Howatt, the dog’s owner, lost any hope, the tricksy husky found its way back home, just like nothing ever happened. “We definitely searched for her, but in the end she just came back,” Howatt told The Dodo. “She is really smart, so I didn’t doubt she could find her way home.”
Wondering where she could have been, Howatt decide to check on her neighbor trail camera. Just to make sure her Konda wasn’t spotted in the woods near their home in Manitoba, in Ontario, Canada. And the footages revealed something worthily of a Disney story.
While missing, Koda was actually spending time with her newest friend, a wild deer. They were even eating and napping together. “It was quite something,” Howatt said. “Based on the time they spent on frame, it looked like they spent over 12 hours together. There’s also another photo where there’s two bucks in the picture with her.”
Howatt said she’ll do her best to keep her beloved dog at home, but her attempts might be unsuccessful as Koda will definitely want to reunite with her friend. “Huskies have such a free spirit,” Howatt said. “It doesn’t surprise me at all that Koda was trying to make a new friend.”
However, this isn’t the first time when a dog and a deer are making a great friendship. The lovely footage bellow shows another unusual duo hanging together, all day long: