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  1. I just found your blog on Bloggy Moms… We have three kiddos and are adopting twins from Ethiopia and we have two puppies! I look forward to following along on your blog.
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  2. I appreciate this post as my daughter runs up to dogs all the time and I am constantly running after her. I have spent countless hours going over with her that not all dogs are nice like her black lab but this is so hard. I have even had people say “she is ok” and I reply, “well you never know so she needs to ask me first” and they act all offended. I even tell kids that run up to my dog, “ask your parents if you are allowed to pet the dog.” This just doesn’t seem hard to me.

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  4. Carl

    I own a miniature longhaired dachshund who loves children, especially little girls. She gets angry when she thinks a child is being hurt. My little dog is so gentle that I can’t even make her play bite me.

    Now here is the rub… My doxie only likes kids in small doses. She knows that sometimes kids get too rough. She loves them but the very second she thinks things might get rough she gets away from them. Some kids might see this as her being disobedient and think she needs punished. if they were to carry this out I would not be surprised to see her bite them. This is why I always supervise any contact she has with kids.

    I once owned a lab who bit a child when she bent over to rub his ears. I was very angry at that dog but it turned out that he had another ear infection. The child’s parents did not sue us and they made it clear that they did not want the dog put down. I live in a very small town and this dog was considered the town dog. He was normally very friendly to everybody. At home a thief could have carted off the whole house as long as they petted him first.

    Any dog under the right circumstances will bite. My Dachshund might bite a child if she thinks that child will hurt her BUT the day she sustained a crushed pelvis I was the only human that she did not try to bite when she was being moved. She trusted me completely. The only problem we had with her happened when I had to be away from her even for a few seconds. She wanted me in her sight and to be close to her at all times. She did not like being left behind at the vet school and was overjoyed when we picked her up after surgery. She recovered nicely and is the best dog I have ever owned.

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