2-year-old Finn Knudston literally from the first days in his life received a unique babysitter — a boxer dog named Brutus. He not only undertook to look after the baby. But he became a pillow for him, as well as a soft toy that children hug in their sleep.
From the very first days after Finn’s birth, the dog Brutus slept on the rug in his bedroom, guarding the baby’s sleep. When he grew up a little and got a spacious crib, Brutus began to lie down on the edge so that the boy would not fall off it. Then he moved back to the mat. But the young Finn decided that this was wrong.
And then Mom began to find him in the morning next to the dog. After that, she set up a night camera to understand what was going on.
Everything looks nice. But few people know that at the 20th week of pregnancy, Brutus began to show anxiety. Then an additional examination revealed a cyanotic heart defect in the fetus caused by transposition of the main arteries.
Immediately after birth, the boy needed a special regime. And at seven weeks, he underwent surgery. Brutus feels that his little friend needs special care, and provides it as best he can.