In this cute golden retriever and baby video, tune in to see some precious and hilarious moments between dogs and babies. What is your favourite clip? Hope you like our compilation, please share it and SUBSCRIBE! Watch also our other videos! I got a Golden and trained him so many years ago. Really intelligent. No, REALLY intelligent. So loving, not an aggressive bone in his body. But as always, we outlive them. Miss my buddy. The baby and the dog are both lovely. I’m very worried and nervous about how the baby and the dog would feel when they first meet, but this dog takes good care of the baby.^^ I am a golden retriever girl until the day I die. They are truly angels sent from heaven. I am grateful every minute of every day for my girl. She is the absolute best thing that ever happened to me! ❤️❤️❤️ Some family of mine had a golden retriever and when their grandchild was just born it stayed over at their house a lot (both parents working, that kind of thing) but during a party or just a visit when the baby’s parents were also there, one time the baby made a loud noise during sleeping (probably beacuse of a dream) and the dog who had been laying down at the other side of the living room immediately jumped up, walked towards the crib to check things out. After walking back and forth around the thing for about 3 times and the parents didn’t immediately respond he went over to them trying to get their attention like “Hey, your baby called for you! Come on, walk with me, I’ll show you!” (the parents had just learned to not immediately give their baby attention upon a first noise but wait a while because it’s sometimes just a cry because of a dream, which, well, confused the dog :P). I’m a veterinarian, and golden retrievers are my Favorite I even have two of them and I know it’s all sweet but new born babies could catch skin diseases, bacterial infections and most importantly and serious of all lifelong lung allergies… My friend a Pediatrician once received a very chronic case related to this… FOR older kids it’s alright but please please be careful with smaller kids..