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How To Train Children To Behave With Pets

By A. MIRANDA, CBS Houston
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Families with children do not come pre-programmed to handle a new canine addition. Parents must train their children how to navigate a dog’s moods, body language and daily care.

Much of a child’s interaction with the family pet requires guidance and supervision. A dog has subtle and obvious body language that it will exhibit before a fun situation can turn dangerous.  To learn more about improving relations between your dog and child get the  Full Story Here.

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