If we were kids who were lucky enough to grow up with a dog, we know just how special that bond is between a kid and their dog. Children and dogs are like peanut butter and jelly – they’re perfect complements for one another. Kids and dogs are often partners-in-crime, going behind their parents’ back in order to get away with things like stealing snacks. 

But sometimes dogs and kids can actually be good influences on one another. There was one adorable video that showed a cute duo teaching each other to “sit.” The family’s Labradoodle was pretty proficient at sitting like a good girl. But the toddler, Joslyn, still needed a little bit of work.

That is when the intelligent Khloe decided to help her human learn some important lessons. As the family shared about the video, “Our baby, Joslyn, had been trying to tell our Labradoodle Khloe to sit. When all of a sudden Khloe made her sit. Joslyn was very surprised by this and said, ‘uh-oh.’” How cute is that? 

Watch this adorable pooch school Joslyn in the clip below:

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