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Donkey Acts Like A Dog Whenever His Father Returns Home

Walter is a cute young donkey who grew up on a farm with three foster German Shepherd siblings. The lovely donkey has acted like any other family dog since he was a youngster, developing peculiar characteristics that make him very adorable to his family.

Kelly and Brad Blake, his adopted parents, brought him home to Arizona, United States, when he was a newborn. The cute young donkey had a tough start in life, but thanks to the affection he received from his new family, he was able to adjust quickly in his new home.

Brad explained to The Dodo:

“Walter was rejected by his mother because he was too young. For ten hours, the Bureau of Land Management and neighbors attempted to persuade Walter’s mother to accept him. Nothing worked, so they phoned to see if we wanted to adopt it. We, of course, say yes! ”

The adorable donkey acts like a dog.


Walter has formed a strong relationship with Brad, and he has been quite successful since moving into his new home. He has grown a lot and now weighs more than 70 kg; he lives with his three dog brothers and has the affection of everyone at home.

Brad states:

“We have three German Shepherds, and they all jumped on baby Walter from the start. They have assisted us in raising him and teaching him proper manners. ”

Walter’s attitudes are extremely distinctive since he has always been surrounded by his three canine siblings; from the way you sleep to how thrilled you may be when you see your loved ones coming home.


When the beautiful young donkey sees his father coming home from a business trip, he always rushes to meet him and wags his tail in delight.

His father continues:

Walter behaves in the manner of a dog. When we arrive home, he wags his tail and gets thrilled. To adore him, jump up and rub his body against mine. He even falls asleep on the couch next to me. Every night, we all go for a walk in the desert to get some exercise, and Walter runs with our shepherds as if he were a member of the herd.”


Not only is Walter a cute little donkey with an odd attitude, but he also assists the people in his neighborhood and works with his family to serve in several organizations; he is even an emotional support animal.

His parents are aware that people like him and enjoy sharing life updates on his Facebook page, where they talk of his fantastic exploits.


Brad finished by saying:

“We never expected how much Walter would improve our lives.”