Mischievous German Shepherd becomes a good boy for new human siblings

Dogs are excellent companions for children under the age of three. They are not the only kind with little children, but they can also teach toddlers a variety of life skills that we may not be aware of at the time.

It’s beneficial for a toddler to be exposed to a dog since it teaches them respect and boundaries. Particularly a German shepherd, which is renowned for its intelligence.

It’s understandable that dogs and children get along. This is especially true in the case of Loki the shepherd and Tallulah the child. Both are really amusing, inquisitive, and, of course, adorable.

Loki seems to be a professional at cheering up the young child. Loki can always make Tallulah burst out in laughter by giving out big sloppy kisses and being playful.

The toddler has also offered some life lessons for Loki. Before Tallulah came around, Loki was somewhat disobedient and did what he wanted when he felt like it.

Turning Loki into a big brother, he has taken on an entirely new life mentality. He sees raising the child as his personal mission and does everything to accomplish this.

Completely changing Loki’s life, Tallulah has proven to be an excellent teacher for the German shepherd, all at such a young age. It’s incredible to see what we can learn from animals like Loki.