Grandmothers can be everyone’s second mothers. They are very caring and loving, and they make sure that their grandbabies are never hungry. Seeing our grandmothers’ smile and laugh can bring us so much happiness and joy.
Grandmothers are not only affectionate to their grandchild, but some of them also love puppies. And there is not a cuter sight than seeing them with this furry baby. A video of a grandmother and two gigantic pups was posted on YouTube, and it will definitely make you smile wide.
The guy who shared the video said that his grandma always looks forward to seeing his puppies. His grandma always asks how his Irish Wolfhounds are doing. She just loves the pups so much!
The guy’s grandmother has Alzheimer’s, a progressive disorder that causes brain cells to degenerate and die. People with this disease lose their memories as time goes by. Alzheimer’s can affect a person’s thinking, memory, and behavior, but despite all that, his grandma has never forgotten the names of her favorite puppies, Mulligan and Liadan.
The pups must have made a big impact on her heart, making their lovely bond unbreakable, as is clearly seen in the video. The video shows the grandma and one of the puppies sitting on the couch. As they quietly sit, the puppy starts licking the grandma’s face repeatedly, making the grandma smile.
As the pup on the couch keeps licking, the second pup jumps in to give his grandma more kisses. As the two pups adorably attack their grandma with kisses, the grandma starts laughing. They made their grandma very happy.
As studies have shown, pups can bring many benefits to us, humans. Aside from making us happy, they also help those suffering from anxiety and many more. Pups can also help patients with dementia due to Alzheimer’s.
Alzheimer’s can have many side effects on a person, such as agitation and anxiety. People with dementia are physically underweight since they could not exercise regularly. But having a pup has been proved to alleviate some of the difficulties. Our pets may be cute and cuddly, but they are more than that, they could help us in many other ways.
Video source: coyotekfm via YouTube