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30+ Giant Dogs with Tiny Babies That Prove Size Doesn’t Matter



Despite their sometimes fearsome appearance, larger or even giant dog breeds can make especially good family friends, loving and protecting your children as their own. And, as this list illustrates, they look absolutely adorable together!


[post_ads]Not all big dogs are good for families – guard dogs or herders can be anxious or over-protective around kids. But some small breeds are also unsuitable around children because of their tendency towards nipping and aggression.


The benefits of raising children with a pet are numerous – they teach responsibility, compassion and confidence, and they will protect your kids and keep them active.


"My wife caught my daughter and my pitty both begging for food....tongues out."


"My daughter utilizes our lab as a chair. He doesn't mind."

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Awww, its nap time!


"They would have been fine with a smaller couch"


"We don't leave the house without her bodyguard"

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"He lays with him for each bottle"


"My sons face every time we put him on the floor to play with Beast"


"She's going to grow up to be a dentist"

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Is this covered by insurance?


Allow me to clean you, burrito baby


The large humans really seem to get a kick out of this

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Lion dog shall protect tiny creature


 I could eat you... but you're just too cute


I love you, too, shorty

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I'm too old for this s***


I shall go slow for you, mini human


Besties fur-everz

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A German shepherd beats a crib any day


Pit bulls are sooo ferocious


Even giant dogs can't resist baby bellies

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Are you a reindeer?


Go ahead, you take the lead


She just fits so well in my leg nook

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Nap time is best with a friend


Pretzel time with the wee one is my favorite


The warmest, furriest, most tolerant head rest in the world

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My paws are bigger than yours


With those stubby legs you gotta stand on your tiptoes, kid


Butt beds

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Speaking of butts, this is the cutest pair we've seen


To get to this small human, you must first go through me


What are you looking at?

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Big dog makes for best first chair


Hop aboard, little one!


Who needs stuffed animals when you've got a humongous floof?

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