Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Woman Reveals How Her Pooch Became Best Friends With A Brick.

Dogs may be known as man's best friend, but who's their best friend? Well, believe it or not, it's a brick. It sounds pawsitively insane, but it's true, at least, for one dog it is. It turns out that one rescue dog was in desperate need of some bonding, and he decided that what he would bond with wasn't going to be something biological; it was going to be an inanimate object. And you thought having an imaginary friend growing up was wild. Now the whole world is learning about this pooch's unique attachment to a brick as the dog's owner, Ariana Smoak, documents the loving(?) relationship.

Meet Ariana Smoak, the owner of her adorable rescue puppy named Sunny.

Ariana has had the pleasure of experiencing love like no other thanks to her beloved pet, and the two are as happy as can be together. But Sunny isn't limiting his options of friends to his lovely human companion.

Ariana rescued Sunny and his siblings a year ago after they'd been abandoned on the street.

The pooches were full of fleas, and their mother wasn't doing much better either. She had a skin condition and was missing a couple of teeth too. So, Ariana and her family decided to look after the entire family.

It turns out that Sunny decided that his very best friend in the world was going to be a brick.

It sounds silly, but it's true. Ariana decided to share a couple of photos of her dog snuggling up to his BFF in the whole wide world. Unfortunately, the brick isn't much of a talker, but the puppy doesn’t mind. He just wants his brick close by.

The proud owner shared how her puppy and the brick have been bonding for quite a while.

Since Sunny was small, he not only would lie next to the brick, but he would chew on it, and kiss it too. But she claims that he seems to be the only one interested in the brick. The other dogs don't seem to care one way or another about the non-living object.

Ariana had originally placed the brick inside the house to keep the rug from curling, and that's it.

But try to separate Sunny from his brick friend and you would be deluding yourself. They're as inseparable as any other friendship. They're essentially cuddle buddies, and Sunny doesn't have to know that this is a one-sided friendship.

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