Massive Newfoundland Thinks He’s A Tiny Lap Dog

I personally love big dogs over smaller dogs, mainly because I love how big dogs are so oblivious to their size. They think they’re little tiny things that can fit anywhere or sit on anyone’s lap. But in reality, they’re quite huge and fitting them places is no easy task. But that’s the silliness of big dogs and you can’t help but admire their optimism.

One Newfoundland dog, Boss, is huge! He’s also a giant sweetheart who loves to shower his family with affection. He is known to give out free hugs to his family whenever possible, and it’s just the sweetest thing! In the video, you can see the gentle giant go over to his owner and launch himself right into her lap where he gives her a hug. And she’s more than happy to hug him back. I mean, who wouldn’t want to?

Boss is known for being such a laidback dog who couldn’t hurt a fly. And this video proves that he’s just a big ol’ teddy bear who just wants to love and be loved. Once he’s gotten a second hug out of her Boss is content to let her enjoy sitting in the chair as he goes on his way. 

Dogs are just the best. Watch Boss’ big bear hug in the video below:

How many of you have a big dog that loves to hug? Let us know!

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