Dogs and Kids
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Whether you’re a parent that wants to adopt a dog, or a dog owner who’s thinking of having a baby, raising a child alongside pets can be challenging at times. Which doesn’t mean that you should avoid doing it – especially when here are tons of benefits to it – but that you should be well-prepared. #kids #parents #dogs #parenting #children #pets
Why don’t some dogs like children? I can reassure you right away, your dog doesn't have a hidden agenda to hate on kids. Aside from many, every day causes for this phenomenon, certain genetic predispositions can be established and used to help us understand the problem. #dogs #kids #children #pets #dogcare #parenting #parents
Some parents hesitate to adopt a dog because they don’t know how the pet and their children will get along. At the same time, many wish for a pet because they know how great pets are for children and of all the benefits dogs provide kids. If you're considering of bringing home a new furry family member and raise your kids alongside a dog, here are some safety tips to keep in mind. #infographics #dogs #kids #pets #children #safety
This might sound like a peculiar or even weird question, but some pet owners seem to make this unusual inquiry about whether or not dog milk for babies is appropriate. Humans may be the only species that consume another animal’s milk. Sure, some people feed their puppies with human milk occasionally but in nature that doesn’t happen. We are also the only species that drinks milk in adulthood. Other animals simply can’t get it. #dogs #dogmilk #babies #newborns #milk
Not knowing the rules of canine decency can make children behave in a way that can upset even the most peaceful dogs. The typical example is to stare into the dog's eyes, which children often do since they are of a similar height. Unfortunately, for the child, this is a sign of respect and affection, while for some dogs (especially those less familiar with the kid) it may be a sign of challenge and an invitation to a fight.
This is a direct consequence of the genetic imprinting among dogs. First of all, it must be said that very few dogs like children in general. Almost all dogs love, defend and protect only the children of their family, whereas they can tolerate others with some difficulty. How tolerant the dog is towards stranger children will vary by breed.