Moose greets dog in amusing encounter captured on video

Moose greets dog in amusing encounter captured on video

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Moose greets dog in amusing encounter captured on video

A dog and a large moose became acquainted briefly last week with nothing but a window pane separating the two critters.

The amusing encounter, during which the animals touched noses against the window, occurred at a residence in Breckenridge, Colo.

Video screen grab

The moose, as viewers may note, was mostly interested in browsing on plants outside the house. The dog, named Peanut, expressed what seemed a mix of curiosity and concern, and mostly just sat and watched.

The video was uploaded Monday by ViralHog, which quoted the dog owner as saying, “Peanut loves wildlife, especially moose. She loves to say hi and watch them with [the hope that] they notice her.”

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