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Golden Retriever puppy delighted to see toddler (VIDEO)

Zoesnow_thumb By MissT | May 06, 2013 | Comments (10)

A 2-month-old Golden Retriever puppy is delighted to meet an 8-month-old baby who has come over for a visit!

 

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Comments on this Article

the family was right there.... for love of god people its fine. you also should monitor your dog is common sense. with adults or kids.
After our video has made over a million people smile, we dug out another video of the same cute interaction: http://youtu.be/n_1rWqu8jtA Got to love dogs!
Such a beautiful video... These two are so adorable.. Made my day. This gonna grow in to forever friendship.
This is so sweet. Be careful though.
I agree with Darrin, if the puppy bit the baby by mistake they would probably have it put down. Gotta' watch them every second, both babies and animals. Babies have a tendency to grab and hold on and the animal may take that as aggression. I do know a couple of kids who have been bitten accidentally and have been afraid of dogs the rest of their lives. :0(
Thank you for sharing this video. I hope it brings smiles to everyone watching it. Just wanted to mention this is a puppy at the lobby of a hotel we checked into. The innocence and good spirit of young dogs goes beyond words.
Omigosh! so flipping cute, and the puppy was being so sweet with the baby. LOVE IT!
I don't even know what to say. It's awesome!!
lol this is adorable!!!
Dogs and babies should always be monitored closely. Puppy's always play with their mouths and at times can bite a little hard. They can also knock a child over in there excitement. A beautiful family moment. Thanks for sharing.
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