The Heart-Warming Moment A Golden Retriever Interrupts Her Owner To Give Him A Hug

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Golden retriever crawls under his mechanic dad’s car to give him the biggest hug.

The adorable golden retriever simply wanted some attention from her Australian owner who was busy installing drawers underneath his car. She is seen affectionately licking the man’s ear as he tinkers with his tools, before collapsing onto his chest and snuggling her head into his neck.
Lovely video footage shows the moment a man gets the sweetest cuddle from his beloved dog. The man was underneath his car, trying to fix something, when his furry friend – a Golden Retriever – crawls down to show him how much she loves him. After all, a big hug is always welcomed, regardless the circumstances!

In a heart-melting scene, the affectionate Golden Retriever, insists for some cuddles, even though her owner looks a little busy. The man was installing drawers underneath the car, but his dog really wants his attention, and she didn’t wait too long to get it. The adorable scene unfolded in Australia, and the it was captured on video.

The man – who’s focused to install some drawers – doesn’t seem bothered at all by the lovely interruption. The moment he realizes what the dog’s intentions are, he put down his tools are return the favour. The sweet puppy looks so happy that she gets what she wants, and after she gently licking her owner’s ear, she just collapses on his chest and puts her head onto his face. Sometimes, it takes videos like this one to realize how much love dogs can offer to their human friends. While all dogs are gentle and friendly, Golden Retrievers are thought to be among the friendliest and loving family dogs.

The bond that these two share must be incredibly strong for them to experience such a heartwarming moment underneath a car. It goes to show that it doesn’t matter where you are or what you are doing; there is always time to love and appreciate your pets.
According to the American Kennel Club, golden retrievers are friendly, intelligent and devoted dogs. They are ranked third for the most popular breed in America. They can weigh between 55 and 75 pounds depending on gender, making them part of the large dog category. Golden retrievers make great family pets and live between 10 and 12 years. They are considered part of the sporting group for their athleticism.

Golden retrievers are also highly intelligent, making them easier to train. For this reason, many are trained to be service animals, such as guides for the blind. They are hard workers with sturdy, muscular builds that suit the work in the fields that the breed is historically known for.