How a Dog Hugs a Baby

ATTENTION ALL DOGS! THE FOLLOWING ARE IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR HUGGING A BABY

 1. First find a baby…….

2.  Second, be sure that the object you spied was indeed a baby by  employing classic sniffing techniques. If you smell  baby powder and the wonderful aroma of wet diapers this is indeed a  baby.

3.  Next you will need to flatten the baby before actually beginning the hugging process.

**Note:  The added slobber should help in future steps by making the ‘paw slide’ easier.

4. The paw slide:  Simply slide paws around  baby and prepare for possible close-up.

5.  Finally, if a camera is present, you will need to  execute the  difficult and patented ‘hug, smile, and lean’ so as to achieve the  best photo quality.

Dogs, if this is  properly done, it will secure you a warm, dry, climate-controlled environment for the rest of your life.

Until next time,

Good day, and good dog!

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

ATTENTION ALL DOGS!!!

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4 thoughts on “How a Dog Hugs a Baby”

  1. This is great!

    Anyone know what sort of dog this is? My girlfriend showed me this and thinks he’s beautiful.

  2. Now this is the perfect example of a family…..lol…..This goes to show that dog owner’s truely have NO reason to have to adopt out their dog. How can it get any easier or better than this to have such a big, slobbery, family dog?

    I love this! I couldn’t of found it at a better time because I wanted to know if a Mastiff breed could love a small baby and I definitely got my answer!

    Thanx

  3. Great tips for hugging babies! I use a similar set of steps to hug squirrels. The only difference is after the ‘hug, smile and lean’ step I add my patented ‘Chomp!’ step. I have to admit though that it really works… usually by the time I get to the sniff step the squirrel is long gone… most often up a tree… I’m hoping if I try it enough times that I’ll get to the Chomp! step someday…

    Keep On Wagging!

    Max the Golden Retriever

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