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Fraser the dog overcomes his fears with the help of little pug pal Pancake

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The one-year-old cane corso had been scared before befriending a dog less than half its size.

Forget man’s best friend – a pug named Pancake proved to be the perfect pal for a dog more than twice his size who was too afraid to leave its kennel.

One-year-old Fraser, a large cane corso with cropped ears and a docked tail, had a nervous disposition, despite what some may consider an intimidating appearance.

Footage shows the two animals, dubbed Little and Large by the home, playfully running around after each other.

Fraser (left) came out of his shell after befriending Pancake the Pug (Battersea Dogs & Cats Home/PA)
Fraser (left) came out of his shell after befriending Pancake the pug (Battersea Dogs & Cats Home/PA)

“Little Pancake really taught Fraser how to be a brave dog and be more confident in himself.

“Fraser really thrived in his friendship with Pancake, helping him to come out of his shell.”

Pancake has been adopted by Ms Kidd, and Fraser, who was taken to Battersea by his owners when they could no longer look after him, is in need of a new place to live too. Anyone interested can visit www.battersea.org.uk.

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