Dog waited 9 long months for baby brother. This video proves it was all worth it

Although myths abound about dogs not being gentle around babies, these two incredibly loving Weimaraners prove them all wrong. After waiting a
long nine months for their baby brother to be born, now they won't leave his side.
Many people believe that you should never let your dog near your baby, and that may be the case in many instances. But these parents didn't agree, and the relationship between their four-legged fur babies and their 2-legged children is obviously off to a great start!
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Cuddling up for a nap is precious when a dog protectively encompasses the baby in his "arms."
What could be sweeter than peacefully snoozing the afternoon away with both dogs gently cuddling up to keep their little brother warm?
Not even a blanket is going to separate this loyal dog from being near her new brother. That nose peaking out from under the blanket is adorable!
Checking to make sure all is OK is this fabulous pup's self-appointed task. "Just making sure," he says!
A glowing smile shows that the baby is as happy with the dogs as they are with him!
Not even a tug on those oh-so-soft ears elicits a negative reaction.
Watch the video that follows! You won't believe the amazing photos of this lovely family with their three "kids." The love the dogs have for their human brother just can't be overstated. This video is a veritable love fest, and you'll definitely want to share it!
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