Dog’s Cute Reaction To Baby Sister Taking Her First Steps

Dog’s Cute Reaction To Baby Sister Taking Her First Steps

Golden Retriever Taco, age 3, has remained at his baby sister Vanora’s side ever since the day she returned home.

According to Vanora and Taco’s mother, Claudia Hughes, “Taco would just lay down next to her when we would set her down on the floor or on our bed.”

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In a way, Taco became Vanora’s babysitter — always attentive to her needs.

“When we would wake up in the middle of the night to feed her, he would be right there with us,” Hughes said.

Taco was also excited by every new milestone of Vanora’s, like when she began holding onto her crib railings in the mornings to greet him. But nothing was more thrilling for Taco than the moment he realized his one-year-old sister could finally walk.

See Taco react to Vanora’s first steps here:

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Of course, Vanora didn’t learn to walk over night, and Taco was just as pleased to acknowledge each of her tries as she was to learn.

Hughes recalled that Taco “started getting very happy” as soon as Vanora began moving around with a baby walker.

Hughes claimed that anytime Taco noticed Vanora moving her walker, he began to sway violently.

When Taco discovered Vanora could walk, his case of the zoomies grew out of control, but he was still aware of the need to maintain a safe distance from the little child when his enthusiasm reached its peak. According to Hughes, Taco would lick her once, run for some zoomies, and then return to lick her once more.

Taco isn’t the only one practicing how to be gentle with their sibling in the Hughes household, though.

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According to Hughes, it was just as important that Vanora learn how to treat Taco with kindness. “We have shown Vanora that we hug Taco, we pet him gently and that we give him kisses on his head,” Hughes said. “But, if we get mad at him, we don’t hit him.”

Taco and his sister have found new methods to communicate now that Vanora can walk, such as playing hide-and-seek while dashing around their kitchen island. It is reasonable to say that Taco will be a proud part of everything, regardless of the game or milestone.

Hughes recalled the moment she first saw Taco: “We felt that he may be the dog for our family and that he was going to be wonderful to our future children.” More than that, he is. He is constantly there.

Credits: CLAUDIA HUGHES

 

 

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