How to Deal with Your Dog’s Fear of Children?

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Last Updated on December 19, 2020

4. Set some boundaries

While dogs can’t really understand everything that you are saying, children are more likely to understand and obey rules. And if your frightened dog is sharing a house with your children, you will have to establish some ground rules in order to maintain a safe environment for everyone. For instance, do not let your child interact with your puppy without adult supervision and teach them not to approach the dog when they are sleeping or eating, as this might scare them. Teaching your child how to properly interact with a dog is the best way to maintain a peaceful coexistence. 

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