A horse, a pony, and a dog that have identical matchings are best friends and they love posing up for images.
10-year-old Nevada, an appaloosa stallion, 6-year-old Napoleon, a shetland pony, and 2-year-old Jack Sparrow, a dalmatian, are best friends and that’s not even the best part about them.
The 3 have identical markings on their bodies.
Greetje Arends-Hakvoort, the owner of the animals, said that the 3 animals love to play around.
The animals train, run, and have fun together all the time.
Greetje, a 35-year-old from the Ntherlands, added:
I have always wanted a Dalmatian dog and I love spotted horses so two of my wishes came together in a special way. Napoleon was actually born at the same time as Jolie so they grew up together and now they are the best of friends. People always smile when they see the three together; often people refer to the 101 Dalmatians film and it brings up nice childhood memories for them. When Jack was younger, he saw himself as one of the horses and he fits in perfectly. Trust is the key word here; horses thrive when trust exists and they need to feel comfortable and self assured and Jack does exactly that. There’s a lot of horse and dog love there between them. We have even more spots here now as the family is growing! We have three other horses and training them is my passion.
Such an amazing friendship they have.
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