While the nation battles the second wave of Covid, people are desperately seeking some respite from the news; while being grateful for the small things in life. This is precisely why a clip of two pups learning to pray before relishing their dinner is making waves online.
Two Labrador puppies can be seen awaiting their meal while their owner voices a prayer in Marathi with folded hands. Although tempted by the bowls of kibble, the doggos patiently wait while the mantras are being chanted. At one point, the pooch with the red collar seems to have trouble waiting, which is quite amusing.
Right after their ‘momma’ finishes praying, the pooches run to their bowls! Take a look:
— Vaishali Mathur (@mathur_vaishali) May 1, 2021
Some people online marveled at their manners and called them both good boys-
These dogs soon start doing prayer as well just like this👇 pic.twitter.com/N20msBnMZq
— Nikkkhil (@oye_healthy) May 2, 2021
Thank you. This made my day. Here's my Boy. pic.twitter.com/6yNc2TiXJ4
— The Lone Wolf 🐺 (@shantanu_arl) May 2, 2021
Respected madam you are a great Lady You are teaching the dogs before eating. Every body should learn from you. God may bless you long life good health progress.
— Rk22 (@Rk2239239974) May 3, 2021
However, some opined that it was more a matter of discipline and the dogs were awaiting instructions.
This not about prayers, definitely they will not understand but it is more about discipline. These animals have more discipline than humans. Hope people start learning few things from these puppies. We roam without mask even when told not to.
— Shrinivasa (@shrinivasaraob) May 3, 2021
they are just waiting for the hand instructions and nothing else. Its a common behaviour of pet dogs
— Sujit Patel (@Sujit_Ace) May 2, 2021
those who critisizing.
stop! atleast she is inculcating something good
it is the values. making them sensible not the dogs which runs terribly behind the food whatever comes in front of them & are ready to bite even the family members if they disturb them while eating.
— MUSKAN VERMA (@MUSKANV46460437) May 2, 2021
Do your pets have a similar routine? Tell us!