Check out Bart the Bear and Doug Seus’s unbelievable relationship

Doug Seus of Wasatch Rocky Mountain Wildlife, Utah, states on Wrestling a Bear in My Garden that he grew up having a passion for bears. Most children love teddy bears, but Seus' childhood love went far beyond most kids'. Given two orphaned cubs in 1977, as stated by Wasatch Rocky Mountain Wildlife, Seus raised and trained these cubs to become two, real-life teddy bears, Bart and Tank, who were able to star in numerous Hollywood movies. 
Through hours of time spent interacting with Bart the Bear from the time he was a cub, Bart went from a tiny cub to a 1,500 pound grizzly bear, becoming a huge bear with a huge heart for his human family. In Wrestling a Bear, Bart and Seus roll around together on the lawn, wrestling. At one point, Seus allows Bart to place his jaws completely around Seus' head, demonstrating great trust in the bear. Later, Bart seemingly gives Seus a kiss.
Advertisement
Seus takes the time to point out in his video that he doesn't just train bears. He spends hours connecting with the bears, "getting into the heart and soul of the bear." Seus' training process, according to USA Today, revolves around "positive reinforcement — with treats — during training."  Seus can't imagine life without his bears. They are like family to him. What started as a childhood passion has become a wonderful livelihood for Seus.
Advertisement

Pallas Buckley submitted this video to the news.
June 22   ·  
Advertisement
It's all just a bit of fun as this bear cubs playfully attacks his rescuer.
June 21   ·  
These three bears took a detour through a back garden and found themselves a treat.
June 20   ·  
While on a solo hiking and rappelling adventure, Zak Anderegg made a discovery that would change two lives forever.
June 22   ·  
I think the pitbull has found his new best friend.
June 22   ·