Every day this dog walks 4 miles to town just to say ‘hi’ to everyone

We call them “men’s best friend,” yet they appear to be everyone’s best friend. Dogs are some of the most adorable creatures on the planet due to their unconditional love, devotion, and kind, gentle temperament. And I’m sure we can all agree that no one brightens your day like a puppy. This wonderful dog, on the other hand, appears to take benevolence to a whole new level. Everyone, please welcome Bruno.

All dogs enjoy going for walks and have an adventurous spirit, but Bruno, a Chesapeake-Lab mix, is doing it for a good cause. Every day, he treks 4 miles from his farm home to Longville, Minnesota, simply to salute everyone. And he’s done it for the past 12 years.

Naturally, he is a local legend, and everyone has heard about Bruno. “Everybody knows Bruno,” Sharon Rouse, a resident, told KARE11 News. “You may not know the people, but you will recognize Bruno.” It’s just been his habit for as long as I can remember.”

Bruno, it appears, has been a traveler since he was a puppy. That’s how he met his boss, Larry LaVallee. “A guy come in my driveway, and Bruno was a little pup,” stated the man. He claims, ‘I found your dog at the end of your driveway.’ ‘Well, he ain’t my dog,’ I remark. Larry, on the other hand, fell in love with that adorable little puppy immediately away and chose to adopt him right away.

Larry tried to stop Bruno from going on his daily trips at one point, fearing that he would be hit by a car or injured, but he failed. So he decided to let the daring dog finish his usual routine.

Bruno is well-known across the community. He used to go to the library, the ice cream shop, the office, the grocery store, and even the city hall. And he is being greeted with loving hugs and snacks. “He’s our buddy, we kind of keep an eye on him the best we can,” said Patrick Moran, owner of an estate business. “Last week he came in stayed about an hour and a half or two hours.”

Bruno became so popular in the town that he was dubbed the city’s ambassador and a statue was made in his honor. “He’s more friendly that most of the humans in town, and I’m not saying that in a negative way about the humans,” remarked another resident. “He’s that lovable.”




















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