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Woman Told Not To Get Puppy When Having A Baby - Proves Everybody Wrong

By niallharbison

July 6, 2017 at 9:43am

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Having a baby is a really hard graft at the best of times but combining that taxing workload with having to raise a puppy isn’t for the faint hearted. 

When one imgur user told her friends she was getting a puppy weeks before having a baby girl everybody advised her not to. 

As this photo essay proves over the last 10 years though, her friends and family were absolutely 100% wrong. This is the story of two best friends who have been absolutely inseparable since birth.

The two were born within weeks of each other... 

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And they spent their early months together getting to know each other...

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Mornings were always spent watching cartoons...

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Even when in the car they couldn't stand to be apart...

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Chilling together before bed...

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Both very much in love with each other...

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As school started they'd walk together...

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He has a beard now, but still loved unconditionally...

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Through thick and thin (and even a baby sister!)...

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He even played along with getting dressed up as a princess...

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When he had fatty, benign tumours removed, she wouldn't leave his side

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Everybody was wrong. Getting a puppy is always the best thing you could ever do...

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