Some people may think that dogs are only pet animals who are not intelligent. But every now and then, there are viral stories on the internet that remind us that our doggos aren’t just regular animals. Just like the story of these two Goldendoodles that just wowed us.
This is the story of Dolly and Wally, two Goldendoodle siblings that were separated when they were eight weeks old. They were bred in Wheaton, Missouri, by Senseney’s Dazzling Doodles. Dolly was adopted by Mary Zic, while Wally was adopted by Becky Birg.
One fateful day, Mary, along with her daughter, Jessica, was walking through Centennial Park in Sedalia, Missouri. They were on an errand to buy some food for a family friend who couldn’t go out. They thought it was also an excellent opportunity to take Dolly for a walk through the park while they head to the shops.
They have never taken Dolly to Centennial Park, so it was just so serendipitous how they randomly decided to take her there. A few moments after they started walking around, they saw another Goldendoodle that looked exactly like Dolly, It was Wally, her brother.
Wally’s owner, Becky, recognized Dolly from the Instagram photo of the puppies posted online before they were all separated. To confirm their suspicions, the two sibling pups recognized each other! They hugged and kissed each other right away and played just like they did when they were puppies.
Becky shared that they were on a road trip from Chicago to Florida, and decided to stretch their legs by taking a walk around the park. The Zics were so happy with this magical moment, and Jessica shared that it lifted their spirits. They couldn’t spend the holidays with their family because of the pandemic, but seeing Dolly so happy was enough for them.
Credits: Jessica Zic