Two Enormous Dogs May Be The World’s Biggest Babysitters



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.

Joshua was hoping to get a horse, but they settled on getting two dogs instead. After doing some research, the couple decided they wanted a breed that was known for getting along well with young children.

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Meet the Fishers, an adorable, young family from Long Beach, CA. After deciding against getting a horse, the family chose to add two bear-sized dogs to the family. Their names are Ralphie and Boss.

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The Fishers specifically researched and chose two Newfoundlands due to their calm, loving nature. But surprisingly, this breed can grow up to six feet from nose to tail and can weigh over 270 lbs!

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When the couple first saw a full-grown Newfoundland, they were shocked.

“We didn’t realize how big they were in-person until we went to get Ralphie from the breeders,” said Bee Fisher, according to the Daily Mail.

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The kids, Lenox, Cruz, and Tegan, are absolutely fascinated with their furry brothers’ sizes. Ralphie tips the scale at 125 pounds, and Boss is a whopping 160 pounds.

The dogs allow the kids to poke, prod, and lay all over them.

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The kids, Lenox, Cruz, and Tegan, are absolutely fascinated with their furry brothers’ sizes. Ralphie tips the scale at 125 pounds, and Boss is a whopping 160 pounds.

The dogs allow the kids to poke, prod, and lay all over them.

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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.”

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Ralphie and Boss love their little human brothers and their lovable nature makes them the best furry babysitters around!


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