Two dogs are neighbors in an apartment complex. From the first time they saw each other, they knew they were going to be playmates. One of the dogs even sprints to knock on the other dog’s apartment door so they can have their play time every night. Watch how the two dogs interact in the video below!
Louann writes in the comments:
Hands down!!! That’s the sweetest dog neighbors I’ve ever seen😍. I wished I lived on your floor😂. There would definitely be treats at my door🐾❤️
The dogs are named Shadow and Lupa. They are obsessed with each other and just want to play all day!
Dog Owners Make Sure Their Dogs Have Their Play Time
The dog owners keep their doors open so the dogs can just go outside and play with each other. They live on the opposite sides of the building and it’s a sprint every time they are allowed to go out and see the other dog. Shadow and Lupa loves cuddling, playing on the hall, and going out for walks.
Then, another dog moved into the building. His name is Charlie and Shadow and Lupa couldn’t be happier. They are now a trio and do everything together!
The dog owners even have a group chat so they can check on the other owners if it’s already okay to give the dogs their play time.
What an amazing group of dogs. Props to their dog owners, too, for giving these dogs the freedom to play when they can!
Living in close quarters with other people can bring about many challenges – especially when it comes to the issue of neighbor’s dogs. Whether your neighbor’s pup loves to bark all night, relieves themselves in your garden, or is aggressive towards you and other residents, it can be difficult to know how to handle the situation.
It’s important to remember that the neighbor’s dog is likely not intentionally trying to be a nuisance. They may just need more attention or have been taught certain behaviors that are now proving problematic.
Start by talking with your neighbor directly and clearly explain why their dog’s behavior is unacceptable. This can often lead to a mutual understanding and help solve the issue quickly.
If that doesn’t work, you may want to consider making a formal complaint with the local authorities for further advice or assistance.
If possible, take proactive steps too! Offering kind reassurances such as treats or belly rubs (if safe!) might help the pup become more comfortable around unfamiliar faces.
Plus taking them for regular walks could help reduce any pent-up energy or frustration – both of which could contribute to disruptive behavior.
Ultimately, living harmoniously with our neighbors doesn’t always come easy – but there are ways we can learn from each other so that everyone’s needs are met and cared for.
By taking the time to understand your neighbor’s dog while also addressing any unwanted behaviors calmly and respectfully, you stand a better chance of building strong relationships with both human and canine alike!