An infant moose and a German Shepherd shaped a fleeting bond amid a shot experience got on camera as of late.
In Wallagrass, Maine, Leo, the German Shepherd, was in his lawn when a lovable infant moose meandered up. Leo’s mother, Shannon Lugdon, was letting Leo out to do his business when the possibility experience happened.
“I let Leo out to do his business and he strolled directly finished and Miss Maggie and Leo turned out to be quick companions,” Lugdon said. “She pursued us around throughout the day asking for consideration. You can’t envision how tender she was.”
“Two wonderful superintendents, Adrian and Nick, came over and we helped Miss Maggie withdraw to the rivulet in the shade,” Lugdon posted on Facebook. “She spent the day meandering around by the stream and coming back to the spot we think her momma had abandoned her. The superintendents requested that us not go close to her for 24 hours, wild creatures frequently leave their infants to eat, drink and rest.”
The baby moose was believed to be six days old. As you can tell from her Facebook post, Shannon named the sweet baby moose “Miss Maggie.” Wardens responded the following day to take Maggie to a wildlife park in Maine.
Although this video of Leo and Maggie is adorable, please remember that most of the time where there is a baby moose; mama moose isn’t far away. Most people fear bears, but moose are far more dangerous than bears to humans. They’re very territorial and very protective of their young ones. Be careful out there! If you see a moose, keep your distance!