Mommy Brings Newborn Home With Captured Footage Of Family Dog That Goes Viral
Why spend a fortune on a babysitter when you can have your trusty pup look after your little one?
Ditch the snarky teenager and opt for a fluffy friend instead! That’s what this family (jokingly) did and the result was incredible.
Instead of barking at the newest addition to the family or trying to be territorial, their pupper did something else entirely!
Maybe there was a reason why Wendy and her brothers were cared for by a dog named Nana in Peter Pan!
Our precious pooches seem to have an instinct when it comes to watching little humans…
Mom sat back and stared at her first baby, the family Shiba Inu, as it carefully looked at her sleeping baby.
A million thoughts raced through her mind. Would the dog try to nip at its human sibling?
Or would they be the best of friends? Only time would tell!
Thankfully, the pup’s reaction was absolutely adorable!
It cautiously sniffed the car seat, placed its paw on the side and began to rock the baby back and forth.
While this behavior is a novelty to many of us, DogTime explains that Shiba Inus are naturally good with children.
In fact, they’re incredibly loyal and will protect their family at all costs.
“The Shiba Inu is a good family dog – he is loyal and devoted – and does well with children as long as he is properly socialized and trained, and the children treat him kindly and respectfully.”
The site says families with Shibas should always have them on a leash and should give them an activity to expel excess energy!
Doing so helps avoid potentially dangerous accidents with a “zoomied” Shiba and a child.
We know that this sweet pup will have a buddy to run around the house with in just a few years when his human sibling is old enough to explore on their own.
In the meantime, Mom can rest assured that her baby is protected when their Sheba is around. Nothing bad is going to happen when he’s watching over carefully.
Take a peek at this sweet moment between baby and beast below. What a good pupper!
Source : https://faithtap.com