Boxer Hears The Baby Crying For The First Time And Comes To Investigate

Dogs are so full of love. They cannot stand to hear anyone in their family cry. If you’re a dog owner, you can probably attest to it. If you’ve ever been crying, there is no doubt that the first one to rush to your side is your dog. All they want to do is see you happy. And when it comes to the smallest members of a family, no one is more caring or loving than a dog.

When Baby Malina was brought home, the family’s Boxer, Bella, immediately took to the little newborn. It was a relief for Malina’s mom, who was a little worried about how the Boxer would adjust to having a baby in the family. She was relieved that Bella took to the little one, but she couldn’t have imagined just how quickly it would transpire. 

But Bella was about to show off just how much adoration she had for the newborn when she heard Malina crying. Bella had taken to the sleeping beneath the crib, so when the infant started crying, she immediately went to check on Malina. The Boxer clearly had every intention to be her guardian from the start. And that is exactly what she was. Watch the video below as Bella proves that she will be Malina’s best friend forever:

Isn’t that just so sweet? Let us know what you think of the video!

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