A 125-pound dog assists a baby in becoming an early walker… 🎥VIDEO

Drax belongs to the Cane Corso breed. His family took him when he was only 8 weeks old. At the same time, his mother discovered she was pregnant. As her belly grew, Drax began to spend more time with his mother. He would sit on his mother’s lap and lay on her stomach, always being gentle with her. Drax stood back from the new family member when she gave birth to a boy. Early socialization and desensitization were priorities for the mother.

Drax was constantly occupied with the baby. His favorite hobby was observing the baby’s every move. The new parents attempted to teach their son how to roller skate. Drax, on the other hand, rolled over to show the child how to do it. Drax was always there for the kid when he hung and jumped in his little jumper. They quickly became inseparable. When the baby was a year old, Drax had grown to his full size. Drax helped the boy learn to walk at a young age. He wanted to keep up with his canine companion.

Drax, despite being a giant, thought of himself as a tiny house dog. The child was given a pool with balls for his birthday, where he played with Drax. The baby stuffed plastic balls into Drax’s mouth, some of which collapsed.