Buster, a sweet little dog, lives in Dublin, Ireland with his family. While on vacation with his dad Traolach Ó Buachalla, Buster befriended a donkey named Jack. In Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula, the dog and donkey happened to cross paths and hit it off nearly immediately.
"The first time they met, they were just so friendly to each other," Buachalla told The Dodo. And ever since that glorious chance encounter, the dynamic duo have met up on an annual basis to maintain a sweet long-term friendship. Each time the pair meet up, it’s as if no time has passed and they pick up where they left off.
"It's very sweet," Buachalla told The Dodo. "I have no idea if this is normal for donkeys, but my dog is rarely so interested in other animals as he is, in particular, with Jack."
During their latest visit, Jack introduced his canine pal to his lady love he met on the hill – the one and only Jill. And luckily, Buster approved of his pal’s new donkey girlfriend.
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