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Golden retriever meets family's new eight-week-old spaniel

Puppy love! Adorable moment golden retriever Luna meets her family’s new eight-week-old spaniel for the first time

  • Golden retriever Luna runs across the room after meeting her new puppy friend
  • The dog excitedly nuzzles her nose against the startled puppy and wags her tail
  • Footage was filmed by owner Miranda Bailey, 24, from Melbourne, Australia

A delighted dog could not contain her excitement when she met her new puppy playmate for the very first time. 

Golden retriever Luna exploded with joy when her owner Miranda Bailey, 24, from Melbourne, Australia, returned home with eight-week-old cocker spaniel puppy Douglas.

Footage shows the dog run across the room with her tail wagging uncontrollably before rushing towards the startled new puppy and nuzzling her nose against him. 

Golden retriever Luna explodes with joy after her owner Miranda Bailey, 24, from Melbourne, Australia, introduces her to her new puppy playmate


The eight-week-old cocker spaniel puppy named Douglas sits near the coach as Luna runs across the room

The cocker spaniel eventually approaches an excited Luna and the pair nuzzle against each other 

During the clip, the excited canine runs around the living room in circles before taking a momentary pause to stare at her new puppy playmate.

The dog then runs towards the puppy and affectionately nuzzles her nose against her new friend.

Moments later, Douglas approaches Luna and the pair playfully jump onto each other and roll around on the carpet.

Ms Bailey: ‘Luna grew up as the most well socialised puppy and always loved playing with smaller dogs, so we knew there would be no problems in her meeting our new puppy.

‘In the video Luna is showing her over-the-top excitement towards meeting her new best friend. 

The pair playfully jump onto each other and roll around on the carpet as Ms Bailey watches on

The golden retriever and cocker spaniel are now inseparable and live together with Ms Bailey

Ms Bailey said the two dogs immediately formed a connection and have been in love with each other ever since

‘I was overcome with immense happiness and love at seeing them interact for the first time so positively.

‘I also couldn’t stop laughing, and seeing Douglas get more and more confident at approaching goofball Luna made me so proud.

‘They got along instantly and have been in love and obsessed with each other ever since!’

The two are now inseparable and live together with Ms Bailey, an occupational therapy student, and Bella, a cavalier king charles spaniel. 

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