Bill is from London. And he just proved that dogs have way better hearts.

We all know facts about how humble these four-legged buddies are. But they don’t fail to suprise us with new things they are to do for pleasing us. Today, we are here to share with you the story of Bill, a dog who tried to fake a limp.

Russell Jones, the owner of Bill had his right leg in a plaster cast. Because of this, he had to walk with a crutch. Now, Bill, the pooch tried to imitate his owner and started faking a limp.

Tell me you refuse to love that face.

Rusell posted a video on Facebook to share the incident.

He captioned the video

“Cost me £300 in vet fees and X-rays, nothing wrong just sympathy. Love him❤️

the video crossed 22k likes and 39k shares.

Bill was only trying to flatter his human out of love. He raised his left front foot and faked the limp just out of love for Rusell.

Such a compassionate canine.

Bex Brock-Hollinshead commented,

“He’s copying you. That’s brilliant! Though you have my sympathy for the vets bill.”

Although the intentions of the dog were pure, it put Rusell in stress and he paid a large amount to the vet to get an x-ray of Bill.

Cesar’s Way explained on their site,

“There are a number of different creatures that imitate others within their own species. People imitate other people. Birds imitate other birds. Non-human primates like monkeys and apes imitate others in their group. But dogs not only imitate other dogs—they copy what we do as well. What’s even crazier is that they have been known to do so even when the imitation doesn’t benefit them,”

Nothing wrong with this dog. He just tried to make things right.

The website’s explanation follows up with,

“Experts think that dogs’ tendency to copy us came about through thousands of years of selective breeding and training. Over time, it grew to become a built-in reaction,”

This incident explained how dogs have just pure intentions, love and care for humans. All they need in return is lots of love and cuddles in return.

Hobble wobble but he’s of no trouble.

Lurchers, Bill’s breed is known to clam and silent dogs. He belongs to the hunting category of dogs, and have an intelligent and active personality. Bill proved, that he is very affectionate and he will do anything to show his love for his human.

Now what can you do with $400?

Well, it is a lot of money. Someone could have got his yearly gym membership or have utilized it to feed the stray dogs for at least a few months.

Watch out for the adorable limp in the video below!