Admit it, if you watched a person who appeared exactly like you, you’d at least walk up to them to say’ hi.’ So when Bethany Coleman took her puppy, Rogue, for a walking and they noticed a pup that seemed identical to the one she had on a leash, naturally, they introduced themselves.
“Rogue and I were out for a nice long walk to our local farmers market when we watched Beast, ” Coleman told Bored Panda . “He was there with Last Hope K9 Rescue and a bunch of other puppies that were all up for adoption. What built me want to rescue Beast over the other puppies was that he appeared just like Rogue. They’re both cairn terrier mixtures, Rogue’s mommy was a lab/ pit mix and her dad a cairn and with Beast we’re only not sure, it simply has cairn mix I. His paperwork but we think he’s mixed with Basset due to his body type, he looks like a swine and has even been misstep for a pig a couple times.”
At the time, Bethany wasn’t truly thinking about getting another pet. “Tyson, my boyfriend aka the papa, truly wanted another dog but I was so against the idea. We already had 2 senior cats that I brought into the relationship and our puppy Rogue. I was not about to add one more animal to the mix, who in the right mind would ever let us rent an apartment from them.”
But she couldn’t help it. “I simply instantly fell in love with him! ” she added. “He was Rogue’s twin! They also got along and immediately started playing with one another. So right then and there I started filling out the paperwork. I even have the first painting ever of him when he was at the market.”
After they took Beast home, the big son started to assert dominance but was instantly put in his place by the tiny pup. “It took about a month for everyone, including the cats, to find their groove, ” Bethany said. “To be fair we got them the same exact toys thinking that would solve everything. Nope! Rogue always and actually to this day wants whatever Beast has. It’s funny to watch when we give them treats. Halfway through whatever it is they’ll switch and go for each other’s toy. But at heart, they’re best friends! ”
Now living in Hawaii, the family couldn’t be happier. Playing in the sand and waves, Beast is the perfect beach dog. Rogue loves riling the crabs but if she will operate into the ocean, she swims and swimmings. “We’re gonna also get her a life jacket but teach her how to surf on a boogie board.”