Toddler and Boxer dog playful in the sandpit

ShamzzzPublished: July 11, 2016Updated: July 12, 20169,576 viewsVirality: 262%
Published: July 11, 2016Updated: July 12, 2016

Toddler playfully throws sand at Boxer dog, watch their hilarious interactions.

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    kahebert · 10 weeks ago

    Sorry, but I don't find anything funny about this video. The idiot parents should be teaching the child that it IS NOT cool to throw sand in ANYONE'S face--human or animal. It can cause scratches & injury to their eyes. (When an animal is digging on their own, they know when to keep their eyes closed--but not always, when something unexpected comes at them.) Also, are the parents so deaf that they don't hear the dog whining towards the end of the video?...and what is really bad is when a dog that is treated like this has finally had enough, so they bite the kid...then, the parents want to blame and/or punish and/or "get rid of" the dog. What is WRONG people? Doesn't anyone have any common sense nowadays?

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      Shamzzz · 10 weeks ago

      Kahebert, Whilst I can understand your confusion, I can also understand how difficult it is for you to fully comprehend the relationship between Kai and Nikki. They have grown up together, Nikki was 9months when Kai was born and the lobe and closeness of their connection cannot be explained in words. Believe me , if there was anything dangerous about their interaction we , as responsible parents, would step in, as we regularly do when required. Again, thank you for your concern, however I can assure you that both boy and dog are perfectly safe and in good hands.

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    Harambe · 10 weeks ago

    You are just totally right kahebert. These parents must be stupid as fuck, just as the little annoying Kid. (facepalm)

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      Shamzzz · 10 weeks ago

      Now now Harambe, no need for this language. As per my reply to Kahebert, I can assure you that both dog and boy are safe and in good hands. Whilst I appreciate your concern, the language you have used is immature and uncalled for.

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    justice · 1 week ago

    it is abuse !!! plain and simple. I can only imagine how many times the broom or any other object the kid picked up, actually made contact with the dog. The dogs actions should have made it clear, he was not comfortable with what was going on.. when he finally had enough, he made his way to the parent.. at that point.. it should have been " enough is enough".. and, when the dog let out a whine.. the kid should have been told to stop. I don't think it will be too funny, if your kid thinks this behavior is acceptable, and he tries doing this with some other dog, that is not behaving because if he does anything, we will probably sorry the wrath of you. this is shameful