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Woman teaches pups to pray before eating meal, sweet video will brighten your day

While the woman is seen devotedly chanting some mantras, the two dogs are seen patiently trying to wait till the prayer ends.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: May 4, 2021 3:02:24 pm
dogs, dogs praying, puppy praying, puppy, cute dog videos, cutes dogs, Trending news, Indian expressNetizens were delighted to see the well trained dogs eagerly waiting for the prayer to end. (Source: mathur_vaishali/ Twitter)

Amid all the distressing content on social media, people are looking for some respite to keep up their fight against Covid-19. Now, a sweet video of two dogs learning to pray before they enjoy their meal has delighted many online.

In a video shared on Twitter by Vaishali Mathur (@mathur_vaishali), two Labrador pups are seen eagerly waiting near their feeding bowls, while their owner says a prayer with folded hands. While the woman is seen devotedly chanting some mantras, the dogs patiently wait. Although at one point, one of the dogs seems to have a tough time controlling his urge to go and start munching on his meal, he hangs on waiting for a green signal — leaving all in splits.

Finally, after waiting for 30-second in the clip, as the prayer ends, the two pooches rush to finish their bowls!

“Me thinks both are good boys,” Mathur wrote online seeing their manners, adding that the dogs belong to her friend who has been teaching the pets to pray before enjoying a meal.

Netizens were delighted to see the well trained dogs eagerly waiting for the prayer to end. Many said the video made them smile on a gloomy day.

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