Duckling feeding fish
Corgi with her Ducklings
DUCKLINGS FOLLOWING DOG EXPLAINED: BIG PICS
When ducks or other animals imprint, it’s generally on their mother. It’s an instant bond from which they then learn the behavioral aspects of their species. Simply put, many baby animals are evolutionarily hardwired to follow their mother.
But sometimes, when animals are raised by humans, this imprinting can end up misplaced —on the human— or in this case, a dog.