Joshua Fisher and his wife,Bee, have three little boys. That may sound like a full house to some, but they were looking to expand their family.
Joshuawas hoping to get a horse, but they settled ongetting two dogs instead. After doing some research, the couple decided they wanted a breed that was known for getting along well with young children.
Ralphie and Boss joined their family soon after. They are both Newfoundlands. The family’sthree little boys have developed an adorable, brotherly bond with the two pups.Introducing pets to young family members is an important step and, luckily for the Fishers, the bond was instant and the boys all five of them have been getting along since.
Ralphie and Boss are no ordinary dogs.Not only are they great babysitters for their human brothers, but they also have another amazing trait. They can grow to be six feet from nose to tail! Fortunately, the Fishers have documented their gentle giants’ bondwith the young boys.
Scroll throughbelow to see photos and video of this unique family in action, and let us know what you think in the comments.
The Fishers say the only downside to having such huge dogs? The drool!
“They slobber on work clothes they shake their heads and it goes flying everywhere,” said Joshua. “We have to keep emergency towels around the house and their hair gets everywhere. It can be crazy, but it is worth it.”