Dog protects baby from "angry" mother during training

sweetazndollPublished: November 5, 2014Updated: November 12, 20146,196,829 views
Published: November 5, 2014Updated: November 12, 2014

Our pets are our companions, but you can definitely train your pet to also be yours and your close one's guardian as well. This woman puts her dog to the test in this controlled training exercise and records his reaction after he witnesses her baby in potential "danger".

The woman appears to be angry and acting like trying to hit the child by smacking on the crib with rolled paper and a stick. The dogs barks at her after each hit then jumps and tries to take what ever is in her hands away. After each successful attempt, she praises him for his good job.

The clip has been all over the Internet, with people commenting that what the mother is doing is insane and the child should be taken away from her. If you pay closer attention to the baby, you will notice that the child is undisturbed and unhurt.

Although not all dogs can be protective of their owner's younglings, training can be crucial if you want to teach your dog to pay special close attention to the safety of your child. Training a dog requires a test in a simulated and controlled environment, so what this mother is doing as actually pretty safe. If you are still uncertain of the method, consult a specialist trainer.

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    CinRae · 28 weeks ago

    This is very dangerous! That Mom is lucky this is a very kind dog or she WOULD have been bit! You don't HAVE to train a dog in this type of situation. The dog will protect that child from harm out of love and concern for the child IF and when the bad situation arose! This mom needs to stop this dumb-training before she gets bit (and then blames the dog)! I've seen some strange dog training tips, but this takes the cake!

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    AC41719 · 24 weeks ago

    That's a really stupid woman...