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Baby and German Shepherd Puppy's Play Sessions Are Impossible to Resist

Anyone who has a pet and a young child knows there are few things that can compare to the love between them. Dogs make wonderful protectors and companions, and children have a gentle best friend who loves to play. One mom is showing off the bond between her daughter and young pup is this irresistible video.

TikTok user @amandaa6613 recently shared a video of her baby and German Shepherd, Ace, playing together. In the video, these two, who were born only one month apart, share toys and play dress up together. Check out the video to see this adorable moment!

Awww, these two are so sweet. We love how gentle Ace is with the baby—he's a wonderful babysitter! These two will be inseparable for the rest of their lives, because there is no bond like that of a puppy and a baby.

People in the comments are praising the bond these two will have. @9toffee said, "She will always have a protector, that’s love!" and @capt.kush420 commented, "He will protect her all his life. They have an incredible bond building up!" This little girl will look back on these videos fondly when she is older!

Others are gushing over this adorable scene. @suebeedoo_ commented, "This is so precious to see...makes my heart melt," and @user3526102110598 said, "What a way to start my day! That was beautiful. Thank you for this!" This adorable scene has put us in a good mood for the rest of the day!

We just can't get enough go this duo. Their mom is so lucky to be able to witness these sweet moments every day! We hope she continues to share videos like this so we can watch their lovely relationship grow.

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