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Dog meets a baby for the first time - then tears flow

2024-03-02T14:45:12.820Z

Highlights: Dog meets a baby for the first time - then tears flow. Welsh Corgi lady Maxine is curiously waiting for the arrival of the baby. The internet is thrilled with the magical video. Since posting, the clip has garnered more than 340,000 likes - and the trend is rising. Get your dog used to having offspring early on. It's best to start as early as possible - while it's still in the womb. Then a friendship can develop between dogs and babies.



As of: March 2, 2024, 3:30 p.m

By: Sandra Barbara Furtner

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The meeting of dogs and an infant doesn't always work out right away.

However, sometimes the sweetest moments arise, as an Instagram video shows.

If the four-legged friend has been the only “baby” in the household for years, he can sometimes react “weirdly” to the arrival of a human offspring.

After all, he has gotten used to the role of a lone prince and now suddenly has to learn to share.

At the beginning it is important to carefully get your four-legged friend used to the baby.

It's best to start as early as possible - while it's still in the womb.

Dogs need one thing above all else: time to adjust to the situation.

Welsh Corgi lady Maxine is curiously waiting for the arrival

With the magical dog Maxine, the spark seems to have spread quite quickly, as a video on Instagram shows.

She sits expectantly in front of the front door.

When her owner Bryan Reisberg arrives, she adores him and follows him to the sofa.

Mom Alexandra films the heartbreaking scene in the background.

It's also cute how a husky shows his owner that the baby's diapers are full.

The dog curiously sniffs the infant and finally puts her head down.

She seems comfortable.

Last but not least, she licks her master and baby.

A gesture that makes the father cry with joy.

The sweet scene also overwhelmed Instagram users.

“This is so heartbreakingly beautiful,” commented one, congratulating the new parents.

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The internet is thrilled with the magical video.

Since posting, the clip has garnered more than 340,000 likes - and the trend is rising.

Here is a selection of the comments:

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  • “When the father showed his face and cried for joy, I had to cry too because it was so beautiful.”

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  • “Your reaction is so, so sweet.”

  • “My heart explodes.

    What a beautiful moment."

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Dogs and babies getting used to each other – some tips

Get your dog used to having offspring early on.

Tip: Dogs and babies should be left together carefully and only under supervision.

Then a friendship can develop.

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  • 1. Early preparation:

    Start preparing your dog for the baby's arrival early.

    Teach him to react to new sounds and smells by, for example, placing a stroller, baby bed, carrier bag or baby powder around the house and letting your four-legged friend sniff them.

  • 2. Training and Obedience:

    Make sure your dog knows basic commands such as “sit,” “down,” and “stay.”

    This allows you to control his reactions and give him instructions when the baby is here.

  • 3. Positive Association:

    Associate the baby's arrival with positive experiences for your dog.

    Praise and reward him when he behaves calmly and calmly when the baby is around.

  • 4. Slow Introduction:

    Introduce your dog to the baby slowly, allowing him to observe him from a distance and gradually letting him come closer.

    Pay attention to your dog's reactions and stop if he seems stressed or anxious.

  • 5. Attention and time:

    Continue to give your dog adequate attention and time, even after the baby arrives.

    Schedule regular walks and playtime to ensure he feels loved and appreciated.

  • 6. Set boundaries:

    Set clear boundaries for how your dog interacts with the baby.

    Prohibit him from accessing the baby's nursery or bed and always monitor his interactions with the newborn.

  • 7. Patience:

    Stay patient.

    Getting a dog used to a baby can take some time, so it's important not to expect too much too quickly.

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