Max the dog was 5 years of ages when Patrick and Kirsten Riley from Strout, Minnesota, adopted him. He rapidly became buddies with Sasha, another Husky they had at the time. Nevertheless, Sasha’s time was up and she died, opening a void of loneliness in Max’s heart. A void that was soon filled by a duck.
When Patrick and Kirsten took on Quackers, Max instantly fell for him. “Max rested beside the duck all the time,” Patrick told WCCO-TV. “After we let him out, they never parted.”
” They sleep together, consume with each other, consume together, go for walks together,” added Kirsten. “They are together for everything.”
Most of the time the couple hangs around on Highway 28. Their bond is so gorgeous that people also stop their cars to appreciate it.
Strout has just 25 residents, which is why the couple have actually become well known in the place. ” In some cases on the way home, I truly wish they are out there because they are too precious to look at,” said neighbor Alisa Godejahn.
” We see individuals stopping there all the time. Traffic gets stuck there sometimes because of all the pictures taken. “