Pawdorable! Crying girl protected by her loyal golden retriever
This tear-jerking video features a little girl in big trouble and her loyal protector, Harry the golden retriever.
Ms Sun, Harry’s fur mama caught the moment in which Harry stood up to defend Ms Sun’s daughter as she was being told off.
You You, the little girl in the video, teared the packaging of a facial cream that Ms Sun had just bought and decided to have a go at playing with the moisturiser.
‘I was honestly really upset. I’d just bought the cream and half of it was already gone,’ Ms Sun, 32, told MailOnline. ‘My baby started crying because I was shouting at her quite aggressively.’
However, Ms Sun did not stay mad for a long time. Harry came rushing to protect his little sister, and all the anger just went away.
In the footage Harry is seen protectively standing in front of the toddler with his teeth baring and glaring at the mother, giving her ample warning to back away and leave the child alone.
When Ms Sun tried to order him to stop, he became even more protective.
‘You, get up. Stop protecting [her],’ Ms Sun is heard saying in the video.
In the video we can also see Harry physically comforting and protecting You You as he wrapped his leg around her and put his head on her shoulder.
Quickly, mother’s anger went away when she saw the pure reaction of the dog and the unbelievably beautiful bond between her fur and human baby.
‘I was still upset but I thought it was also quite funny.’ Ms Sun said. ‘It was very heart-warming. Dogs would find ways to express their love if you treat them properly.’
This is not the first instance in which Harry protected You You.
‘Whenever we speak to [You You] in a harsh tone, he would come over and try to shield her with his paws,’ the mother added.
‘He would protect the child with his life.’
Ms Sun said she was amazed by the response her video received.
‘I was just documenting the daily moments of my dog and daughter because Harry is turning six years old soon and getting old,’ Ms Sun said.
‘I just wanted to capture these memories so I have something to look back on in the future when he’s not here anymore.’
Good boy, Harry. You truly do belong in Gryffindor, the House of the brave, daring and chivalrous.