Our school district held a public auction to sell outdated and surplus equipment. My sister-in-law wanted some wooden chairs. The first magic moment came while I was waiting. I noticed a toddler and a puppy (lab/Anatolian shepherd mix).
The toddler was eating a snack that caught the puppy's attention. The little boy decided to share to the delight of the puppy. The puppy must have licked the baby's hand while sampling the pro-offered snack. The young toddler squealed and got another snack. The puppy liked this game and happily shared. It ended with the toddler hugging the puppy.
I could tell that that the Papa Pet Parent was new to the job. During this interaction he looked shocked and told the puppy "Don't take the baby's snack."
The puppy just looked back at his Pet Parent. I think I saw him snicker.
I laughed to my self and mentally told Papa Pet Parent, "Good Luck with that strategy."
I snapped a couple of pictures with my phone camera. Baby and puppy moved quickly as you will notice. As I walked away the puppy was being a hoover and scarfing up all the cracker crumbs left on the floor.