B is for Boxers & Babies
March 4, 2017 4:29 PM   Subscribe

Astrid adopts her new baby human. Nikki and her baby human Kai have known each other longer and are more demonstrative. If you liked those, please enjoy this compilation of boxers and their baby humans.
posted by Johnny Wallflower (12 comments total) 10 users marked this as a favorite
 
I enjoy in the second video the small person and big doggy finding common ground and bonding over their mutual interest in licking.
posted by Homeboy Trouble at 4:50 PM on March 4 [16 favorites]


My name is Dog.
[snip]
I lik the babe.
posted by Bruce H. at 5:03 PM on March 4 [7 favorites]


The second video reminds me of the T H White book Sword in the Stone where Arthur licks his dog and Merlin observes that most people would have an issue with that but really no more worrying than the other way around. (Google and memory fails me as to exact line. God, I need to buy that book for my young un.)
posted by Gratishades at 5:56 PM on March 4 [3 favorites]


Those babies are going to have the best immune systems ever! :D So cute.
posted by Celsius1414 at 6:03 PM on March 4 [6 favorites]


The second video reminds me of the T H White book

I've got it on Kindle, so a quick search and...here you go!
The kennel was on the ground floor, near the mews, with a loft above it, so that it should be cool inn summer and warm in winter. The hounds were alaunts, gaze-hounds, lymers and braches. They were called Clumsy, Trowneer, Phoebe, Colle, Gerland, Talbot, Luath, Luffra, Apollon, Orthros, Bran, Gelert, Bounce, Boy, Lion, Bungey, Toby, and Diamond. The Wart’s own special one was called Cavall, and he happened to be licking Cavall’s nose—not the other way about—when Merlyn came in and found him.

“That will come to be regarded as an insanitary habit,” said Merlyn, “though I cannot see it myself. After all, God made the creature’s nose just as well as he made your tongue.

“If not better,” added the philosopher pensively.

-- White, T. H.. The Once and Future King (p. 37). Penguin Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.
posted by mono blanco at 7:33 PM on March 4 [14 favorites]


My first memory is of being smooched by two boxers in the sunny backyard of my childhood home so this is just wonderful! Another A+ post per usual, Johnny Wallflower
posted by Hermione Granger at 7:41 PM on March 4 [3 favorites]


I am not a baby, although I often act like one. I got to meet an awesome boxer mix named Hank (all dogs named Hank are automatically The Best) on my vacation and he decided I was the greatest. Which was fine because Hank was also the greatest. So I relate to this.

I miss Hank but he's got a good family. I hope to see him again.
posted by darksong at 8:54 PM on March 4 [3 favorites]


What have we here?
New human pup.
My favrit taste,
I cuddle up.

The jealous mom,
she push away.
I go around.
I lik the babe.
posted by Bruce H. at 10:09 PM on March 4 [12 favorites]


One of the dogs I remember most fondly from my childhood was my parent's friends boxer, called Tania. Nothing I've experienced later has robbed me of the notion that boxers are very good dogs indeed.
posted by Harald74 at 10:11 PM on March 4


I did not realize this was a Boxer thing. Our sweet baby (or, now, senior) Roxy is not generally very affectionate, unless we leave the house for more than two minutes, and then she will moan and wiggle and cry until we put ourselves in a position to be kissed - disgustingly - at length. And she will punch you with her boxer paws if you don't let her.
posted by Lyn Never at 10:13 PM on March 4 [2 favorites]


I had a boxer-bulldog mix when I was a kid. Sweetest temperament ever, but I don't recall lickfests. She loved playing tug-of-war.
posted by Johnny Wallflower at 10:26 PM on March 4 [3 favorites]


Omg yes please. That baby's nasty cackle in the last video. <3
posted by benadryl at 1:10 PM on March 5


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