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The Heartwarming Bond Between a Dog and His Human Sister

One of the most amazing things in the world is the bond that dogs have with their human families. No matter what breed or where they are in the world, dogs have an ability to form deep, lasting bonds with their humans. Unconditional love, loyalty, and a lifetime of companionship are just some of the things that we can learn from our canine friends.

Jack was the pet dog at Robin Pederson’s home. He was a quirky little fellow, but he quickly became much loved after Robin’s daughter, Raven, was born. Jack instantly fell in love with his new friend and never left her side. Just as he used to keep Robin accompanied at all times, he was always around little Raven.

The two of them bonded over time and it was a beautiful thing to witness. Since Robin was a photographer, she had the opportunity to capture the special friendship between Raven and Jack on camera. It all started when Jack would photobomb Raven’s photos by entering the frame, but they soon discovered that Jack was a natural model.

With Robin’s skills as a photographer, they set up amazing sets, props, and costumes for these two friends to pose in. Together, they created an awesome series of posed photos, some of them based on pop culture references.

Jack was adopted from a shelter and Robin says that he chose them instead of the other way around. She mentioned on Bored Panda that Jack faked a broken leg to make them pick him. Since coming into his forever home, this doggo has been nothing short of an awesome companion.

Below, we’ve shared some of the photos from the series “The Story Of Raven And Jack” by Robin Pederson. Take a look and let us know what you think of these two friends in the comments.

More info & Photo courtesy: Robin Pederson

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