125-pound dog helps baby become an early walker

The Cane Corso is Drax’s breed. His family adopted him at the age of eight weeks. His mother found out she was expecting around the same time. Drax began spending more time with his mother as her belly became larger.

He would sit on his mother’s lap and lie down on her tummy, always being nice. Drax would watch the new family member from afar when she gave birth to a newborn boy. The mother concentrated on early desensitization and socialization.

Drax adored being near the baby all of the time. His favorite pastime was watching the baby’s every move. The new parents attempted to teach their son to roll. Drax, on the other hand, rolled over to demonstrate how to do it.

Drax used to be right beside the baby every time he hung and jumped in his little jumper. The two soon became inseparable. Drax reached his full size when the baby was a year old. The baby boy learned to walk early, thanks to Drax. He wanted to keep up with his dog friend.

Although Drax was a giant, he always thought of himself as a tiny lapdog. On his birthday, the child got a ball pit where he used to play with Drax. The baby would stuff Drax’s mouth with plastic balls, of which some got destroyed.

The family used to visit the park where Drax always went crazy. He would slide down and run through tunnels, thinking that the park was made for him. Then Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus paid the baby and Drax a visit during the baby’s first Christmas. The dog got very excited to meet the couple and was more of a fan of Santa than the baby.

Drax changed his mom’s perspective on how beautiful dogs can be. She started believing that a child can learn a lot from dogs. The two grew up together and became best pals.