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Linus the Boxer loves his baby

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Published on Jun 27, 2009

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Linus the Boxer is a fun-loving, gentle dog who cares deeply for his family and sets the gold standard for playing with kids. Subscribe to enjoy wathing him grow up with his kids!

Our daughter has never hesitated to quickly and loudly let us know when she is even slightly unhappy. If he were hurting or upsetting her in any way... it would be clear.

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BRETT COHEN
I would trust my Boxer alone with my children more thana most adults. Boxers love children like they were their own. They are very protective over children and get very upset when they perceive a child in any distress.
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kingo fassholes
That Dog WILL Protect that Baby with His life. He will NEVER intentionally hurt Her EVER. Anyone Bitchin' and Whining about how this dog is with that baby is just plain IGNORANT. I would love to see what this dog would do to one of the "WHINERS" that try to touch that Baby. I've seen Male and Female Dogs protect Children and smaller Animal Babies even after the babies are grown. I had an abused Male Dog that took care of and, stood guard over, four, two to three week old Kittens that had been abandoned. He would make sure we fed them on time, he'd even clean them and up after them. I've seen how Shitty ALL State Agencies treat Kids and THEY GET PAID For It! A Dog WILL TREAT a Child Like One Of It's OWN, Out Of Love.
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MadCatGr
to all the people out there saying things about how the dog can hurt a baby, it's all in how much you've disciplined your dog the right way and how you introduce the baby to the dog, dogs can understand that it's a baby because of its scent and it knows it has to be soft around it. there are million of videos and photos out there with dogs being like a parent to a kid :)
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R. Toby Richards
It's sad that you folks need the disclaimers that pop up. It is EXTREMELY clear to me that this child is in zero danger. If anything, she's better off for it because the dog will (spoiler alert) (spoiler alert)(spoiler alert)(spoiler alert)(spoiler alert) ... the dog will also protect her when necessary. I'm sure he'd protect the child from violence, but in a less dramatic, but equally heartwarming future episode, the dog blocks the toddler from attempting to go down some stairs without the supervision of her parents.
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Muhammed Golam Sarwar Ripon
So sweet & marvelous!
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iVince905
Why are people telling them how to raise their own kids..
Amber Whatley
Thanks for posting this. I'm 7 months pregnant and have a boxer that is a year and a half. I'm curious and excited to see how he acts with his baby.
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Diamond Breeze
Omg this. Is. Frickin. ADORABLE!
Tony M
Anyone who knows anything about the boxer breed, knows that they are one of the most affectionate, protective and maternal breeds. Nice video and both dog and baby are very cute. Thank you! 
Dottie the Dog
the baby is kicking the dog but the dog doesn't mind so that just shows how smart the dog is
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