Dog’s Adorable Peek-a-Boo Game with Infant Human is Truly a Joy to Watch

Dogs and babies interacting is perpetually a delightful spectacle. The tender play and unspoken affection between these two beings are absolutely mesmerizing. Even without verbal communication, dogs and infants can foster a bond that’s timeless and enduring.

We recently witnessed this beautiful relationship in a TikTok video that melted hearts. The video features a Goldendoodle named Mostly engaged in a captivating game of peek-a-boo with a young infant. The cuteness on display is simply off the charts! Have a look at the clip posted by @mostlythedoodle, but brace yourself for an overload of adorability.


These interactions between them are the most precious thing 🥹🥹 #fyp #peekaboo #dogsoftiktok

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From the moment the video begins, it’s hard to suppress a heartwarming “aww” as the Goldendoodle and the infant delve into their sweet game of peek-a-boo. The dog’s playful yet gentle demeanor shines through as it interacts with the baby, sparking laughter and smiles.

Witnessing the dog playfully disappear behind the baby’s playpen, only to reappear full of energy, brings pure delight to the baby’s face. The room brims with joy so contagious, it’s bound to swell anyone’s heart.

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The most heartwarming aspect of this video is undoubtedly the bond shared between the dog and the baby. Their trust and love for each other are evident in the way they both relish the simple joy of this delightful game. It’s these precious moments that nurture lifelong bonds and create beautiful memories.

Dog's Precious Game of Peek-a-Boo

Furthermore, the Goldendoodle’s gentle playfulness and patience with the baby demonstrate the intuitive and caring nature of dogs, particularly when interacting with young ones.

We extend our gratitude to the parents of these adorable playmates for sharing this touching TikTok with the world. You’ve illustrated the enchanting dynamics that unfold when dogs and children come together in harmony.


  • Amanda Wheatley

    Passionate about animals, Amanda draws her expertise from her training as an educator, pet behaviorist as well as her extensive experience with animal owners. A specialist in dog and cat behavior, Amanda continues to learn about our four-legged companions by studying veterinary reference books but also university research sites (UCD, Utrecht, Cambridge, Cornell, etc..)