Dog sisters separated after adoption accidentally run into each other, have joyful reunion

The pair of Golden Retrievers were so glad to be together once again!

A woman named Pam Corwin was out shopping one afternoon when something queer has caught her attention.

She spotted two identical dogs rushing towards each other and happily greeting one another. It looked as if both dogs had known each other for a lifetime, but it wasn’t so for their puzzled owners. Curious, Pam went closer and talked to the owners of the dogs – but she found out that they had never met each other!

Neither Pam nor the owners of the dogs knew the real reason why at first. But as they started to converse about both dogs’ backgrounds, they had discovered an incredible coincidence.

Turns out that both owners had adopted their two Golden Retrievers from Russia – almost a year ago! Both dogs had even boarded the very same plane together which was headed for the United States!

Furthermore, both dogs were tattooed in their ears. To their owners’ and Pam’s surprise, the trio discovered that the tattoos were identical – which meant that both dogs were siblings!

Watch their reunion happen in the video below!

O.M.G.!!!!I witnessed the coolest thing today! I was at my booth at Pike Place Market and two couples (who didn't know each other) were walking towards each other with identical dogs. Suddenly, the dogs ran towards each other and went totally crazy. I went over to watch because it was so adorable, and as I stood there soaking up the love, the couples figured out that the dogs are siblings and came over on the same plane to be adopted from Russia a year ago! The dogs recognized each other! They even had identifying tattoos that confirmed it. This joyful reunion went on for over a half an hour, in fact they were still at it when I left the market.(I heard the couples exchanging phone numbers, so now they can have play dates, which made me very happy)(p.s. The response to this video has been incredible! Thank you to everyone who has reached out, including reporters, tv stations, blogs, rescues, websites, etc. I was approached by a couple of licensing companies and just signed the licensing rights to the video over to one of them. (I tell ya, this has been crazy!) So for licensing inquiries please contact: I love how this story has touched so many people!)

Posted by Pam Corwin on Saturday, February 10, 2018

A year has passed by, but the two dogs immediately recognized each other once they spotted one another. Pam filmed the happy event down, and posted the video on Facebook. 

According to Pam, the two’s reunion had lasted over half an hour! Both owners even exchanged numbers, so that the siblings can meet every now and then!

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