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Growing up with a dog friend is priceless – and very beneficial to both parties. The little human learns how to interact with another living being, what it means to be patient and empathetic, and discovers from a very young age that animals need to be respected and treated with love. The dog learns similar things just as well, finding out how to behave with their little fur-less friend, how to make the baby laugh, and what not to do to make them cry. It has been also proven that raising children with animals has a number of important benefits when it comes to physical and psychological health, among them, strengthening the baby’s immune system.

Of course, apart from those valuable benefits and lessons that having a baby and a dog combo brings round, the experience also abounds in something more trivial, but still absolutely wonderful – all the cuteness!

Apache, a dog rescued from Fresno by the organization Compassion Without Borders, could teach a class all about spending quality dog-child time. Together with his baby sister Everly, they are a textbook example of adorableness. Apache was rescued as a puppy after he had been attacked by a coyote. He almost did not survive the attack, but, fortunately, he recovered and now finally has his happy ending at his little human friend’s side!

To learn more about Compassion Without Borders and their work, click here.

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0 comments on “This Video of a Rescued Dog Playing With His Baby Sister Will Kind of Change Your Life”

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Libby
6 Months Ago

I am afraid that dog doesn\'t look all that happy with that baby trying to play with him....there was a look that said you are pressing your luck...


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JOHN PASQUA
6 Months Ago

HAPPY FRIENDS.


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Katg
6 Months Ago

Nope - didn\'t change my life - just made me wonder why people with small babies let them get that close to dogs who might be territorial with their play things and might bite the child


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Linas
12 May 2017

Agree.I\'m horrified how some people risk their child - and their dog. The best-natured dog could snap when confronted with an unpredictable child right in their face, poking at them. Usually that\'s the end of the dog......



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