Talking Dog Tells Baby Boy That He ‘Loves Him Very Much’

There is something about babies that everyone finds irresistible. Even our pets seem to naturally gravitate towards babies. Maybe they can sense the vulnerability and want to protect them? We can only speculate. But one thing we know for sure is that our dogs become very close to any newborn members of the family.

One Labradoodle was filmed on camera being absolutely adorable with the family baby. The little boy was swaddled up beside the caring pooch. The two were on the sofa while their mom recorded the whole thing. She kept asking the dog, Ralph if he loves the family.

Amazingly, Ralph had a response. He kept trying to verbalize “I love you” in response to the question. It was clear that he loved his baby brother very much. And the clever pooch was trying to tell him so. It was definitely a heartwarming clip to see.

Watch it below:

Has your dog ever said “I love you” to anyone in your family? Let us know!

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