15 Heartwarming Photos of Little Kids and Their BIG Dogs
I have a big dog and a couple of little kids and I can assure you that there are few things in the universe more adorable than watching them bond. Andy Seliverstoff is a 58 year-old photographer who created the series, appropriately named, "Little Kids and Their Big Dogs." Andy said he spent four months taking thousands of pictures in St. Petersberg and then hand picked his favorites to release in a book.
Andy's incredible photographs are rich with the personalities of the enormous dogs and the little children while clearly emphasizing what a special bond exists in each unique relationship. There are few things in this world as precious as the child-animal bond and his images capture it so perfectly we felt compelled to handpick the best of the best and share them with you.
1. Winter calm
The snow falls but this bundled up babe is well protected with this watchful Great Dane.via:Andy Seliverstoff
2. Is this reality?
It's like a boyhood fairy tale!via:Andy Seliverstoff
3. A companion to play with
Rest assured, your large dog will always playfully make your child smile!
4. Hugs and stuff
Big dogs make big hugs beautifulvia:Andy Seliverstoff
No one will touch that precious girl with her large companion near by!via:Andy Seliverstoff
6. That's not a bear...
That is one incredible dog.via:Andy Seliverstoff
Calm and serene, this image invokes serenity in a scenic setting.via:Andy Seliverstoff
8. Best friends!
Having a companion is the best.via:Andy Seliverstoff
9. Who is walking who?
Here's the giggle you were waiting for. Gotta love big dogs!via:Andy Seliverstoff
Two kids, two dogs. Blessed!via:Andy Seliverstoff
Friends share secrets.via:Andy Seliverstoff
Play time is an epic adventure for this little girl and her large companion.via:Andy Seliverstoff
13. Day at the beach:
Always better with a dog to relax with.via:Andy Seliverstoff
There's nothing like frolicking freely with your best friend.via:Andy Seliverstoff
There is nothing like a peaceful day between a child and his dogs.via:Andy Seliverstoff