Golden Retriever Puppy Meets An 8-Month-Old Toddler For The First Time And Falls In Love

Dogs and children get along like peanut butter and jelly. They’re both silly, happy, and playful beings who just want to love and be loved, so it’s no wonder that they would naturally get along great. There are so many adorable pairings of dogs and kids hanging out and playing.

And given that we’re all currently in need of some great content due to being stuck inside, who better to fill that tall order than precious pairings of dogs and kids being adorable together. And it’s not just dogs and kids that make us say “awww.” It’s also puppies and babies being cute together.

And one 2-month-old Golden Retriever puppy was delighted when he got to meet an 8-month-old baby, who was his future best friend.

As Johannes Puhrer said, “Just wanted to mention this is a puppy at the lobby of a hotel we checked into. The innocence and good spirit of young dogs goes beyond words.”

The video was something that everyone really needed to see. It’s a nice reminder that there is still beautiful moments to be found in the middle of all this pandemic madness.

“Thank you for sharing this video. I hope it brings smiles to everyone watching it.” Johannes added, “After our video has made over a million people smile, we dug out another video of the same cute. Got to love dogs!”

Dogs are truly wonderful for lifting spirits, and we need more doggie content in the face of all this uncertainty and fear.

You can’t help but smile.

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