If you’ve ever been to a gym, you’ve likely tried using a Stair Master.
People learned long ago that stairs provide a great source of exercise. They work our hearts, just about all leg muscles and even our abs.
Those same stairs that can be a source of exercise can also be a huge barrier at times.
Parents know how important it is to teach your children how to go down the stairs safely so they don’t injure themselves. But who teaches puppies this same thing?
A Yellow Labrador puppy named Daisy recently found out. She had been adopted by a loving couple with a two-story house.
Daisy loved exploring the house and finding all of the best spots to play and rest. The stairs, however, remained a bit of a challenge for the tiny pup.
Daisy stood at the top of the stairs, each one nearly as big as she was, trying to figure out how to get down them.
She’d watched her person do it, but she just couldn’t seem to figure out how she would make it down. But she wanted to go down the stairs to be with her person and sibling so badly.
Daisy paced and fretted at the top of the stairs, unsure of what to do next. That’s when big brother Simon came to her rescue.
Simon walked up and down the stairs repeatedly showing Daisy how to conquer the beastly stairs. He even encouraged her and nudged her a couple of times to help her get down.
As she finally started to figure it out, you can see her joy. Her face lit up. Her tail started wagging. And with her big brother’s help, she conquered that fear.
Source: All Cute All The Time