Gigantic husky

A Husky was with his two Malamute siblings and a cat encountering his baby brother for the first time.

It is normal that every dog owners who’s having a sense of apprehension regarding how things might play out to welcoming their first child.

They might think how to deal if dog gets jealous of losing your attention. Even you try your best,  you have a fear of failing to create the harmony between your fur baby and new baby.

Enyone can worry about a situation that your lovely dog attack the baby jealously.

Luckily, in the most of these scenarios bringing a baby home poses no problem at all. In such situations, majority of households love and give attention for their family dogs than previously.

As a result, dogs often give protection to his new lover. They are extending  instinctual protectiveness to the newest member of the pack.

Really, it is always enjoy seeing dogs and babys co-existing peacefully. I’m sure you also have such wonderful experience.

This lovely vedio shows Teddy, a Husky was with his two Malamute siblings, Phil and Nike and a cat named Milo, encountering his baby brother for the first time.

The animals are used to the presence of a child in the home because Teddy’s human parents have a daughter, Amelia. However, the parents wisely decided to take things slow to introduce to another baby,

Credit / YouTube – Life with Malamutes

They planned to meet their new baby to dogs slowly. There believe that  it may cause a less chance the dogs getting overly excited and accidentally doing anything that might harm the newborn.

Firstly, Teddy who is the youngest of the family dogs go first. The interaction between Teddy and the sleeping baby is the stuff of viral gold.

Credit / YouTube – Life with Malamutes

The baby’s father kept one little hand on Teddy’s head, but Teddy was in peacefully as the picture.

Then, Teddy watched the tiny human intrestly. No need to explaine, the sheer size difference between the two siblings makes for quite the compelling video.

Credit / YouTube – Life with Malamutes

The family’s YouTube channel ‘Life with Malamutes’ has boasting almost one million subscribers on YouTube.

You can see the video of Teddy the Husky meeting his baby brother.