It is impossible to imagine a human being in Nebraska who could provide a better environment for their offspring than this dog.
Before the birth of their child, the Miller family took in and cared for Berkeley, a Bernese Sinnenhund that they had adopted. Berkeley resided with them.
After Eleni was born, the couple debated whether or not to bring their dog into the room with them because they weren’t sure how the dog would react to having a new baby in the house.
Yet, they quickly saw that none of their concerns were warranted for any reason.
In contrast to the behavior that most dogs exhibit when they are around their own small offspring, the enormous dog, who possessed strong paws, took on an affectionate and protective manner when it was around Eleni.
Even after a baby monitor was put, the parents of Kristin and Joe found out that Berkeley retained practically all of its capabilities.
I make it a habit to check on the baby once per night while he or she is sleeping in the bedroom crib to ensure that everything is going well.
And when Eleni was 2 years old, her family told her a story about the attention the dog, with whom she had lived the entire time, had received that had made her really happy. The dog had stayed with Eleni the entire time.
They are overjoyed by the fact that their daughter is in complete safety while working with such an excellent instructor.
The fact that their daughter is in complete safety while working with such an excellent tutor makes them both happy.