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(YouTube)   I wonder if the girl will be more intuitive with dogs when she grows up   ( divider line
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1019 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 09 May 2021 at 8:53 PM (19 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2021-05-09 6:29:35 PM  
NICE.  Kids that go up with pets from a young age really benefit.
Plus, mom will not have to worry about anybody messing with her kid.


We got a husky when my brother was about  4 months old. I was about  1 1/2 years old.
We were an inseparable tribe of three.

A model A with mom and pops in front. As many kids as would fit in the rumble seat and a husky on the running board going for a drive and ice cream.

* Dog on the running board was not available as an option on the model A and had to be purchased separately .
Best upgrade ever.
2021-05-09 9:45:21 PM  
 I LOVE THIS TAB. Thank you, subby.
2021-05-10 12:11:08 AM  
Wow. That was really, really cool.

/not a fan of kids but in this case I'm totally making an exception!  :)
2021-05-10 2:14:08 AM  
My daughter grew up with a German shepherd mix. Both daughter and dog were 3 months old upon meeting. We had to teach the daughter to not eat dog food, after watching them both dine on the same bowl of food. The dog was very protective of her, sleeping every night in her bed with her. They were together for 8 years, due to some strange skin disorder that crept upon our loving warm gun of a pet.
Sam thought the Sun rose and fell upon our daughter's head. Sam really loved her deeply, as if, she was her mother.
2021-05-10 12:43:01 PM  
Alright, who brought the dog onions?
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