Husky Tries To Look Tough But Rolls Over For Belly Rubs When The Baby Pets Him

While some dog owners can be a little hesitant to let their large dogs play with their young children or babies, there are others who are completely fine with it. Of course, for some that a little reluctant, you can understand why babies are small. But at the same time, dogs make some of the best caretakers out there. They’re loving, loyal, and extremely patient – and they seem to absolutely love spending time with tiny humans.  

And babies are often big fans of dogs as well. There are plenty of videos online that show how adorable dogs and babies are together. And the following video is no exception. 

In the video, a giant husky is making friends with a little baby. The husky doesn’t seem all that impressed with the baby at first. It looks like he’s trying to contain his emotions or stay stoic around the little human. However, the baby is insistent that the two will be friends. 

And the husky’s frosty demeanor then changes as soon as the baby starts getting cuddly. When the baby begins petting him, the husky turns into a happy pile of mush. The dog quickly rolls over onto his back and then becomes enamored with the tiny human who is paying him a lot of attention.

It’s a very sweet and tender moment between the two – something that gives us the warm and cuddly feels. Watch the cute video below:

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