Meet Drax, a lovable Cane Corso pup who was welcomed into his family at the tender age of 8 weeks. Coincidentally, Drax’s mom found out that she was expecting a little one around the same time. As her pregnancy progressed, Drax naturally gravitated towards his mother, spending more and more time by her side.
When the little one used to hang and jump in his jumper, Drax was always by his side. This created a strong bond between the two. As the baby turned one year old, Drax became a full-grown dog. The baby quickly learned to walk because he wanted to keep up with his furry pal.
Drax, despite his size, had a humble self-image and fancied himself as a little lapdog. During his special day, the child received a ball pit that became a favorite pastime for both him and Drax. The young one would gleefully stuff Drax’s mouth with plastic balls, which unfortunately didn’t always survive the playtime.
The park was a favorite spot for the family to hang out, especially for Drax who would go wild and have fun sliding down and running through tunnels as if the park was his personal playground. During the baby’s first Christmas, a special surprise came in the form of Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus paying them a visit. Meeting the couple made Drax even more excited than the baby, and he couldn’t contain his enthusiasm for Santa.
Drax was able to alter his mother’s perception of dogs by demonstrating how they can be extremely beautiful creatures. She developed a newfound understanding that dogs can teach children valuable life lessons. As Drax and his mother grew together, their bond strengthened and they became the closest of friends.