Sweet Goose Adopts Her Bestie’s Puppies
A species friendship is always a sight to behold. Interspecies friendships continue to astound us. When animals see another animal of a different species, they react differently and occasionally hostilely. However, the answer to the question “can a goose and a dog get along?” is “yes.”
In this narrative, the geese and the dog have a special bond that will warm your heart. The dog’s owner rescued the goose when it was a baby. And the owner says their friendship grew stronger over time. After a few months, the dog produced six puppies, and the goose, as her friend, helps raise them. The geese even keep the puppies warm while they sleep.
Geese instinctively fear wolves and foxes and view dogs as similar monsters. So they don’t get along. Most geese are amiable and will bond with you like a dog.
Your pet may not have acted aggressively before, but that doesn’t imply they will when a new family member is introduced. Geese may be obnoxious and annoying. Also, never underestimate a pet since they will assume they are your only and favorite. Both animals will approach you and demand equal attention; if one feels neglected in comparison to the other, it will respond badly and dislike you.