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Adorable Dog and Baby Race

Ready. Set. Go! It's one of the cutest races around: dog vs. baby. Since the infant is a rookie, he is given a generous head start. These canines may be several strides behind, but they're not about to give up. Soon everyone is wiggling to the finish line with the pups gaining quickly on the child, who doesn't seem too committed to a win. Call it beginner's luck or a biased judge, but in the end, it looks like the baby is named the winner. Now the real question: Since these dogs learned how to crawl so well, does this mean they will be walking on their hind legs in two years?...

How to Introduce Your Baby to Your Pets

Welcoming a baby into the family can be one of the most exciting and joyous moments in your life. At the same time, it can be very stressful, especially for those who have dogs or cats living in the house already. But Pet Whisperer Kim Baker says it’s much easier than you may think to introduce your pets to a new…

Baby Boy and Dog Share Kisses

Studies may advise dog lovers not to share smooches with their pooches, but let's be honest with ourselves: There is no way we are resisting any big, wet kisses from our canine sweeties. The adorable baby boy in this video wouldn't care what studies say, even if he could read them. He's guilty of puppy love, literally, and the feeling is mutual. His punishment is more kisses and licks from his canine pal. Don't let the illogic of that bother you; just let this adorable video make your day....

Kitties and Babies

Kittens and babies share a lot in common. Both are incredibly cute, adorably unpredictable and professional about napping. Opposites may attract, but these two creatures have their own magnetism. When fluff meets tiny fingers and purrs mix with giggles, all you can really do is sit back and squee. KINDERGARTEN…

Do Pets Make Babies Healthier?

Many new parents worry that their pet cat or dog will undermine their baby's health. In fact, it is not uncommon to find unwanted animals at the shelter whose paperwork lists "new baby" as the reason for the surrender. However, new parents should think twice, as a recent study shows that infants in homes with dogs and cats are sick less frequently than their pet-free counterparts. RELATED: 6 Health Benefits of Having a Pet The study, published in the medical journal, Pediatrics, reveals that young babes co-habitating with a family cat or dog succumbed to fewer runny noses, coughs and ear infections. For example, youngsters in a home with a pet dog were 44% less likely to have developed...