Time and again, dogs have proven to be man’s best friends. Dogs are known for their loyalty, and we humans delight in their company.
It is not just us humans who thrive in the friendship of a dog, but dogs can be excellent best buddies to other dogs as well.
Meet Charlie and Maverick – both Golden Retrievers from Moorseville, North Carolina.
Generally speaking, these two may look like an ordinary pair of dog best friends who love having fun with each other but, when you look closely, Maverick plays such an important role in Charlie’s life, as the former serves as the latter’s eyes. Charlie is a blind dog with a guide dog. Their owners, Adam and Chelsea Stipe have had Charlie for a while, 11 years to be exact. The dog recently was diagnosed with glaucoma resulting in the removal of his eyes. Charlie’s humans decided to get him a guide dog to help him through his day to day life, and that’s when they decided to get Maverick, a four-month-old puppy.
Every day, the two dogs spend a lot of time with each other. Maverick has been an enormous help acting as Charlie’s eyes, and Charlie has since learned to rely on the support that Maverick provides.
The young Maverick has determined to be attentive to Charlie’s needs, like picking up and giving him toys since Charlie could no longer see where the toys are. It may have been tough for Charlie since he lost his eyesight, but having Maverick by his side made the ordeal a whole lot better. They treat each day as a chance to go on new adventures, albeit within the haven, that is, their home. Together, they enjoy being the loving dogs that they are and live their lives to the fullest.
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