Baby Can't Stop Laughing At Dog's New Trick
Have you ever got a case of the giggles so bad that there was no way you could stop? And the harder you tried to stop the harder you laughed? Well this baby boy has a serious case of the giggles and the most the Golden Retriever dog does his new trick to the baby chair, the more the boy laughs.
His laugh is unbelievable, somewhere between a scream, a screech, a cry and a giggle and it is completely contagious. The dog just keeps coming back for more and the puppy's new trick just doesn't tire the baby! Every time the golden dog does the trick the baby squeals with complete delight, and the laughter is contagious. We cannot help but laugh right along as we watch this video over and over again! What a cutey!
One of a pair of incredibly adorable and clearly smart Golden Retrievers stand in front of the baby boy and upon command, he taps on the baby's chair with this left paw. This action just sets the baby off into a complete giggling fit that goes on and on. As the child starts to slow down his laughing, the clever dog gets a command to yet again touch the baby's chair with his paw, and the screeching starts all over again. This baby could probably do this all day!
Not only does the infant find the dogs trick amusing, he also gives out an adorable belly laugh every time the puppy jumps up to get dog treat from his owner, who has been giving him the command to keep the baby laughing by touching the base of the baby chair. This dog is very smart and doesn't miss a beat. Based on the gray hairs on his muzzle, we would guess that this dog is no puppy. Whatever his age, he is clearly very smart and listens very well to his owner.
Babies typically start to laugh around the age of 3 or 4 months. At this age, their laugh is so adorable, it is almost impossible not to laugh right along. Babies not only love hearing their own voice laughing, but they also love to hear other voices laugh right along. Laughing with your baby will help in social development and help create healthy interactions as the child grows up.
Babies don't always need something amusing and funny to start a giggle fit. Sometimes around the age of 6-9 months, they will start laughing in their sleep, or for no particular reason. As they get older, they will start to get a better understanding of things and more and more will start to become funny to them, making them laugh more and more often. As the larynx develops, the sound of a baby's laugh will also change, becoming louder and more prominent.
We wonder what other tricks this dog has up his sleeve and if maybe the parent taking this video uses those dog tricks as a way to keep the baby entertained for hours? It sure has us entertained!