Midol, Chadol and Boksil are sapsali dogs. They are breeds native to Korea. The most notable feature they have is their fur. They are also very reliable and loyal dogs too. They are more than just a large ball of fur. The following story focuses on the life of three sapsali dogs and their vital role for a particular family.
The first thing the sapsalis and their owners do in the morning is to go for a walk. While the sun is barely up, the family gets their daily dose of exercise along with the dogs. Then after returning home, Midol, in particular, always requests for a piggyback ride. The owner doesn’t know why, but she does it anyway.
Midol is pretty heavy because he’s a large dog. Regardless, the owner is willing to do the lifting for a short period. Perhaps it was because of how Midol was spoiled as a baby. It’s an odd trait, but it’s not that bothersome.
Inside the house lives another family member, the grandmother. The sapsali’s adore her, and they always asked to be petted. The grandma is willing to cuddle and hug the dogs. However, she doesn’t like it when they attempt to kiss her. On the other hand, her daughter is okay with kisses from the dogs.
The relationship between all the family members and the dogs go deeper than just cuddles and kisses. The sapsalis are all considered as family members. The grandmother had rectal cancer for five years. During those dark times, it was the dogs who gave her hope and comfort. Thanks to Midol, Chadol, and Boksil’s genuine love, the grandmother enjoys her current life.
The sapsalis understand how much love they’re getting, and they’re grateful. Since only the daughters and the grandma live in the house, the dogs put a lot of effort into guarding them. The sheer size of the dogs would make thieves scared. That’s how these dogs repay their owners.
Original story from SBS TV via YouTube.