By Lindsey Robertson
Sebastian the Newfoundland and his buddy Sierra have found a delightful game to help them pass the time: hide-and-seek!
Newfoundlands are sweet and gentle dogs, and they're known for being especially good with children, despite some of their health issues. The baby-sitting dog "Nana" from J. M. Barrie's 1904 play, Peter Pan, was actually written to be a Newfoundland (though the play is a bit of an exaggeration of the dog's doting caretaker tendencies). Even with especially good-natured dogs, it is always necessary to take proper steps when socializing a dog and a child, and to make sure they are closely supervised when playing.
You can watch the delightful hide-and-seek game below.