We as a whole love our pet canines. Following a long and hard day at work, we return home to be welcomed by their swaying tails and doggy grin, prepared to transform ever the crustiest of glares into a grin. We as a whole love our pet pooches. Following a long and hard day at work, we return home to be welcomed by their swaying tails and doggy grin, prepared to transform ever the crustiest of glares into a grin. They embrace us, bounce surrounding us, give us slobbery kisses and make us feel warm and fluffy inside.
That, companions, is the intensity of little dog love! Sully the Saint Bernard canine truly cherishes his father! Look as he binds him and gives him a major embrace in the wake of returning home from a difficult day of work. Now that is delightful! Look how agreeable he is, in spite of the fact that he presumably gauges the equivalent as his proprietor, possibly more. Sully most likely overlooked that he is far too enormous to be a lap puppy any longer, however he couldn’t care less. He just realizes that he is the cutest, hugest puppy in the entire world and that he adores his proprietor in particular. Holy people aren’t suited to living outside with minimal human fellowship.
They need to live in the home with their family. They’re not aggressive, but they’ll bark when there is cause, and any threat to their people will bring out their protective instincts. Their size is usually a deterrent to any would-be attacker or burglar. (source: dogitme.com) It is clear that Sully adores his owner so much that the owner’s every attempt to try and talk his dog into letting him go is futile. Sully just wants to rest his huge body on top of his owner and feel his warmth. If this is not bonding, than what is? It is just one of the ways to get closer to your dog. But not all dogs are like Sully – stubborn, opinionated and persistent.
Nothing that comes out of his owner’s mouth, will help him free from this huge silly dog. Sully positions his body in such a way that his human owner can do nothing but lavish him with hugs and kisses. That is exactly what makes this dog frisky. We get the impression that they have been separated for a long period of time and now, Sully can’t have enough of his human friend. No matter how hard this man tries to get up together with the dog, it is simply impossible. He is heavy and can’t be moved so easily. We wonder whether this big needy pup will be willing to show mercy and stop being such a pest for his owner and whether his owner will find a way out of Sully’s tight clutch. Companionship is of prime importance to this sociable breed. Left alone too much, he becomes dispirited — and destructive. Saint Bernards are generally relaxed and accepting of everyone, but because he is such a massive dog, he requires early, frequent excursions into the world so that he grows up to trust and respect people.