Some dogs just aren’t meant to be apart.
Not letting a fence come in the way of friendship, one dog made a hole so his neighbour could also poke through.
The adorable dogs can often be seen sticking their heads through the gap to see each other – a hole they made themselves.
Elizabeth Potter, 30, from Minnesota, US, was getting ready for work when she noticed her Saint Bernard, Everest, fixated on a part of the fence.
The friendly three-year-old dog was causing havoc with the neighbour’s dog, Bear – a two-year-old English Mastiff.
Trying to get close to one another, Bear and Everest put a hole straight through the fence with their giant heads.
The 30-year-old nurse said: ‘It wasn’t until bear poked his head out that I realised that they ruined the fence my husband had built by himself.
‘I honestly thought it was hilarious. Dogs will be dogs.
‘She’s a female, he’s a male, and it’s not the first time our giant Saint had ruined something expensive.
‘My husband, on the other hand, did not find it funny at all.
‘My husband and the neighbours decided to put up a swinging metal gate so that they can let Bear into our yard whenever and we can use their hot tub whenever.’
Sounds like a sweet deal for the owners and the dogs themselves.
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