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big dog hits baby in the head

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Published on Oct 26, 2008

my 190.lb st.bernard playing with a one year old baby when he pushed her in to a cabinet but she is still having fun, the dog seems more concerned than she does

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Elektrycerz
Of course, "Did you get that" is more impportant than "Oh God! Is the baby ok?!"... I bet you are from USA
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DeputyDoge
The baby would have cried if they ran up to it and if their reaction was different then in this video. Baby's dont get hurt when they fall, they only cry if you are in shock that they fell..
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Johanna Bedoire
The dog never hit the child in the head :S Talk about misleading title.. Seems like it's only called that to gain viewers.. The dog only put it's head on the child in the "pet me"-way while the child was in an unbalanced position.
John Hanley
St Bernard's are such wonderful family dogs. I've had four so far. Your baby is so lucky to have such a great companion.
Michael Walker
the dog tried to say sorry lol
Markus R
wrong title of that film. Seems to be a try to catch on with more viewers - sad!
Abby Heller
but seriuslly pay attention to the kid not is it rolling or we need to put this  on youtube
jodie4609
apparently brain damage is started early
Marissa Marez
lol so funny and cute
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rathmiron
i think it's excllent parenting. all to often when a kid falls, parents are all over the kid like "omg, are you ok". and the kid was ok, but because the parents act worried, the kid thinks it's bad, so starts crying. the best thing you can do is let the kid decide if it's ok and needs comfort. boviously the kid was fine, so there was no reason for the parents to do anything.
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