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Two Dogs Meet Their Tiny New Sibling For The Very First Time – Their Reaction Is Unbelievable

By - 4th August 2017

Meet the adorable doggy duo who used to be totally inseparable.

Harlow the Weimaraner and Indiana the Dachshund eat together, play together and take naps together. They had a perfect life.

Instagram: @harlowandsage

Before Indiana arrived on the scene, Harlow had another buddy that she loved named Sage. Sadly, Sage passed away from old age and Harlow missed him dearly.

Fortunately, Indiana’s company softened the blow for poor Harlow and the two became very close friends. But things were about to change…

Instagram: @Harvey and Sage

The pair is now welcoming a little sister to the mix – Reese Lightning, the 9-week-old miniature Dachshund.

Owners weren’t certain how the trio would integrate and they thought it may take some time for the pair to welcome the new puppy into their family.

Instagram: @harlowandsage

The dogs surprised them all and they bonded immediately. The perfect pups welcome Reece with open paws and completed the family.

Instagram: @harlowandsage

Reece loves nothing more than nipping at Indiana’s tail and nibbling Harlow’s ears and the older siblings don’t seem to mind much.

Instagram: @harlowandsage

All three have adjusted amazingly and have a lot of fun together and they still enjoy their snoozes as a gang.

Harlow has a special bond with all of her siblings and Indiana is very protective of her new little sidekick.
Instagram: @harlowandsage

This cheeky trio has become the best of friends and as you can see from their Instagram photos, they have a lot of fun.

Instagram: @harlowandsage
Instagram: @harlowandsage
Instagram: @harlowandsage
Instagram: @Harvey and Sage

You can also check out their website for more information and photos and merchandise of the lovable pups for those who just can’t get enough!

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