Link the Shetland dog teaches baby Holland how to crawl. They have such a loving friendship that is only going to grow.
The Shetland dog, a small breed of herding dog, is known for its intelligence and gentle temperament. A new video shows how one of these dogs is using its natural skills to help baby Holland learn how to crawl. Experts believe that this kind of inter-species communication is instinctual for Shetlands and other herding breeds – they are instinctively drawn to help young animals learn how to survive in the wild. This cute video is proof that dogs really are man’s best friend!
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