When The Baby Was Ready For Nap Time, I Didn’t Think My Yorkshire Terrier Would Do This [Video]

This is just incredibly cute. When we had our son years ago, we had a Dachshund named Binkie. Binkie would guard our son and if we didn’t take perfect care of him, the dog got after us. He would sleep next to our son and keep him warm – it was adorable. This little Terrier reminds me of Binkie. I predict the pup will be this baby’s best friend in the world and watch over this little one with everything he has.

From Qpolitical:

Dogs are owner’s babies… that is until the real baby comes along. Sometimes the dog gets jealous and sometimes it’s friendly with the baby right from the beginning.

But this is probably the first time that we’ve seen a dog “mother” the baby like this. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any cuter, this Yorkshire Terrier comes along and tucks in its baby owner with a blanket while the baby is fast asleep.

Everybody say together, “Awwwwww…”

Seriously, so cute.

The little dog just keeps at it till all the blanket is tucked securely around the sleeping baby. Only when he is satisfied that the little one is snugly tucked in, does the dog leave. Babies inspire protectiveness and caring, especially in humans and dogs. The baby never even woke up and dad was on the telephone. That dog makes a heck of a babysitter. I’ve seen dogs let babies stand on them, ride them, pull their fur and squish them – most seem to take it lovingly and with a great sense of humor. This tyke is lucky to have a furry guardian angel. He’s also pretty good at tucking in bedding.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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