Viral Video Captures Heartwarming Moment When Dog Pushes Wheelchair-Bound Human On The Highway

Dogs are indeed considered as man’s best friend. A new viral video has once again proven that special bond between a pooch and a human.

As shared on the Facebook page of NTD Television, this short footage is truly heartwarming as it is inspiring. The video has been taken from a moving vehicle and it shows the dog and the wheelchair-bound woman on the road. As you will see, the dog patiently and diligently runs and pushes the human.

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Photo credit: NTD Television

Although the name of the woman or the location has not been mentioned in the post, netizens all over the world has responded positively to the clip. People have obviously been touched by the said video.

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Photo credit: NTD Television

One commenter named Victor Nwokocha wrote:

“That’s to show you that God makes a way where there’s no way.”

Meanwhile, Arlene Rivera pointed out that it’s “a good exercise for both…”

On the other hand, Jesus Carlos Marcelo said:

“Nothing is better than a dog’s love and loyalty.”

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Photo credit: NTD Television

Since being shared online just last Saturday, December 18, 2016, the video has since gained over 70,000 likes, 22,000 shares, and almost 1 million views.

You can watch the touching video here:

Why Are Dogs Called Man’s Best Friend?

According to, there are a lot of reasons why dogs are called man’s best friend.

The website tells us:

“We can learn so many things from a dog’s behavior, personality, demeanor, resiliency, and most importantly, the willingness to provide their family members with unconditional love, loyalty, and companionship down to their very last breath.”

The site also adds:

“In the presence of a dog, somehow, nothing else matters. A dog is handing out pure love, sparing no expense, and asking absolutely nothing in return. There’s consistency, love, and the beauty of life at its finest.

“Dogs have the ability to sense what’s really going on. Many of us have lost touch with this all-important instinctual part of who we are. By paying attention to nonverbal cues such as body language and energy, we can learn more about our friends, our loved ones, and ourselves.”