Husky And A Baby Take Turns Imitating Each Other’s Noises
baby is saying, but that doesn't stop him from joining in on the conversation.We can't know for sure who is imitating whom in this adorable video, but one thing is for sure, they are having the time of their lives! This adorable husky isn't sure what this
These two will surely become best friends. Just look at how adoringly they look at each other! Plus they sure have a lot to tell to one another, regardless who is watching, or recording them. That kid is really lucky to have a friends such as this husky. Who started this imitation game first, you may ask? Was the dog or the baby? It doesn’t matter as long as this two are having fun, and they are because none of them will stop the game. They are going to repeat what the other said as long as they find it entertaining as it is since they are doing the thing with the noises for two minutes and more until the video ends. Who knows, maybe they kept on imitating each other even after the recording has stopped.
We are sure that the baby started the game first, at least that’s how the video begins! The baby wanted to communicate some thoughts with the dog but its speech is not fully developed yet, so it babbles instead. This baby talk makes perfect sense to the husky, he obviously gets what is the baby saying to him, so they engage into a deeply philosophical conversation. We are really curious what they are discussing about: food, toys, what is going to be the next mischievous thing they are going to do to their parents? That sounds plausible! No wonder mom and dad are having so much fun being around these two “howlers”. Who knows how many videos they have made with them!
Huskies make great pets for households with children. They can be very tolerant of children, but like all other dogs, should be supervised when around young children. We know that their energy levels can get so high that letting them run and play around is the best way to let their steam off.
Always teach children how to approach and touch dogs, and always supervise any interactions between dogs and young children to prevent any biting or ear or tail pulling on the part of either party. Teach your child never to approach any dog while he's eating or to try to take the dog's food away. No dog should ever be left unsupervised with a child. (source: dogtime.com)
Letting your child grow up with a dog can be of immeasurable value, because not only will the dog help your children grow up to be strong and healthy adults, it will teach them the precious values of friendship, unconditional love and fair play.
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