Hey guys, these cute little puppies are not our new dogs! Once we, driving along the road familiar to us, we found them without their mother wandering along the highway. We could not leave them, as most likely they would have suffered from car wheels. They will live temporarily with us until we find a new home for them and a family to take care of them. A video about how we found them will appear on the The Fluffiest channel very soon!Golden Retriever Meets Puppies for the First Time! We hope you enjoyed this video. Be sure to hit that subscribe button for new videos.My Golden Retriver reacted the same way to… guinea pigs. When we brought them home and showed them to her we were very careful, because we didnt know how she would react, but that fear was pointless. She was so friendly and gentle! She even spent first few weeks “guarding” their cage at least few hours a day.Puppies instantly know what’s up when they hear that most gentle gruff- and I also loved when Bailey backed up at one point- like Oh God what do I do?We lost our fur baby on Sunday aged 16yr, 3months and 3 days- we all cried and still cry. This video has put a smile on my face today….I needed this ❤How on earth can someone master the language and the emotions of love to such an extent, letting them flow freely without anu kind of barriers. Bailey’s eyes amazes me endlesslyIt is interesting that so many of us were charmed by the wagging tails!! The Body Language Guy would have field day if he analysed doggy body language! Great to see such affection straight away.They are adorable! I cannot imagine how anyone could leave them on the road, they’re obviously well fed, clean & healthy looking. Bless you for taking them in.I love how at the beginning, the big dog was all excited and intrigued, but as the video went on you can almost see the realisation on its face of ‘how am I meant to deal with five of them’?