The Newborn Donkey that Thinks It's a Dog!

Donkeys are loving animals that can brighten your life. Discover the behavior of one of these baby equines!
The Newborn Donkey that Thinks It's a Dog!

Last update: 30 August, 2021

Donkeys are peaceful animals that can be easily tamed on a farm. This was evidenced by an adorable video that an Internet user shared on Facebook to show the first reactions of her newborn donkey.

The friendly animal was in its first days of life and the owner decided to let it play in the grass so that it could begin to get to know its home. However, its behavior exceeded all expectations.

The newborn donkey went out to look for the woman, wanted to play, and expressed all its love and didn’t want to stop for a moment! However, what attracted the most attention was that its behavior was similar to that of a dog.

Why? Because it began to wag its tail and jump on its owner so that they would stroke it like they would a puppy! In addition to this, it permanently followed its owner’s steps, just as dogs are prone to do.

The first explanation the woman found was that the donkey noticed the behavior of the dogs in the house and wanted to act like them. As a result, the story had a great reception on social networks.

Here’s the charming video that internet users have fallen in love with.

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Donkey characteristics

Donkeys generally prefer desert areas and don’t adapt to cold temperatures. They can be found in many different colors such as gray, white, black, or a combination of all.

Its elongated ears are one of its most important attributes. This is because they allow it to balance its body temperature and perceive all kinds of noises.

A family of donkeys.

A donkey’s nose is another of their most developed organs and allows them to detect odors from a long distance. In addition, they have excellent vision even when it gets dark.

Donkeys can measure up to 1.4 meters (4.6 feet) in height. Likewise, they’re characterized by living between 20 and 40 years, surpassing other equines such as horses.

Contrary to different stereotypes surrounding donkeys, this animal is one of the most intelligent. In addition to this, its memory is excellent, and allows them to remember the exact paths they travel on.

Lastly, donkeys are herbivorous animals. Because of this, they consume all kinds of herbs, vegetables, and hay.

Donkey eating.

Donkeys need special care

In recent times, donkeys have entered the category of endangered animals. This is because they have been mistreated and abandoned after being subjected to strenuous loading work.

So, our message is to welcome them, take care of them and treat them with the same love that they give us.

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