Emily and Justin Thomas, as well as their dog, Pax, will be relocating to a new house in October of this year. All of the guests were thrilled, but Pax was particularly pleased with such a huge patio. Besides that, he had some wonderful new neighbors to get to know, especially since the couple next door had recently acquired a new dog named Penny.

When Pax first laid eyes on him, he knew he had found his soulmate. He was happy to have a four-legged friend to spend the rest of his days with.

As Emily told The Dodo, “Pax and Penny met in March 2021 when she was only about 3 months old, but they got along swimmingly.” “Pax and Penny met in March 2021 when she was only about 3 months old, but they got along swimmingly,” Emily said.

Despite the fact that the neighbors walled off their yard, they left a gate open at the back so that Pax and Penny could interact.

After that, Pax began looking for her every time she walked outside, and when she came to the fence, everyone turned to see them say hello and kiss each other for the first time. Pax and Penny meet up and kiss each other over the fence every day or every time they go out, and they never pass up the opportunity to do so.

They also engage in tug-of-war with a wind-up toy that is placed over the fence, and they are generous with their toys.

Their parents make it a point to bring them all together to play, even if it’s only in their own backyards to keep them entertained. Nothing could keep them apart until the snow began to fall.

“While Pax adores the snow and will lie in a lump outside for as long as we allow him, Penny despises both snow and rain,” Emily went on to explain.

Penny was not happy when it snowed a lot during the winter season, and she didn’t want to leave her buddy alone because she didn’t want to leave her alone.

When Pax realized what had happened, he was sad. He stood on the side of the road for a long time, waiting for his buddy to come from her house; he clearly missed her a lot. Penny was not to be around to greet him as she always did, and the dog believed they had been separated for no obvious reason when they returned.

Penny’s parents, on the other hand, noticed how distressed their friend Pax was and developed a plan to help them.

Penny’s neighbors agreed to create a route through the snow from her house to the fence in order to help her feel more at peace, which they did. She was nervous at first, but she eventually warmed up to it.

She recalled Pax and went out of her way to make it right for him, and she ultimately returned to her usual position where she was reunited with her partner.

Penny decided to join Pax in enjoying the snow after witnessing him do so, and she was soon running about and having a good time with it.

Penny received assistance from Pax in conquering her concerns, and the pair would no longer be separated because of the snow.

Emily had this to say about the reunion: “They were overjoyed to see one other, and she jumped right in once she realized she had Pax to motivate her.” It has been almost every day since then that they have had snow playdates!”

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By Elen

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