Tuesday, December 12

The Child And Dog in The Same Household

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We assume that we keep all the basic rules for the safe coexistence of a dog with children: Children must never be angry dog or bother him in any way, children do not give the dog commands (up to 13 years), children and dogs playing only on the adult supervision. The most important prevention is consistency in training and proper respect for hierarchy.

If we take just a dog, I recommend careful to make clear why the dog you want and what we are able and willing to give him background! Conduct disorders in successive collisions in the family may stem from the absence of one or a bad concept from four dog needs.

Four basic needs


Teach your children the most important principle – Never disturb a dog while eating! It also would not throw stroking and petting when the dog žižlá bone, has a toy or anything bites. If the baby is very tiny, of course, the responsibility is on us. Can not be angry at the dog when you leave a child unattended in the yard and the dog falls into the bowl or it will get on a horse, just as he eats. If we want to strengthen the hierarchical position of the dog in a child can afford and look after the child served dog food. It is recommended up to 10 years. This will strengthen the dominance of the male child. Also, I highly recommend not putting a dog from the table.


Almost all the literature tells us that if we are looking for a breed that does not need much out, we can make a dog, but a soft toy. Three times a day around the block is not enough for a small dog and I say, well vylítaný harm a dog at home, because sleep. Certainly we as a dog that has a garden, we enjoy walking around. I think it is good to volunteer to take children to the dog and then they předhazovat years, with him not want to walk out. We are adults and we take upon its shoulders the main responsibility for both child and dog living together, so as to ensure good conditions to ensure that our dog was balanced. Certainly we should teach their children venation’s small dogs, so it is no answer to his arms, when approaching a larger dog. We can also teach their children to politely ask an adult to summon his big dog. This I think is a wedding of one of their key assertiveness skills which they can learn just by the dog.


Dogs are a necessity to balance the presence of people. Male closed from morning till night in the apartment, because the Lord’s work “since I do not see to see” is not good. No wonder, it will destroy at least at home, and can have him show any behavioral problems that may negatively affect the health of our children. Also housed in solitude or on land, “which is to watch, and where it goes only once a day to feed someone, the balance due for dog doom. The other extreme is the constant “nagging” dog’s constant presence. Sometimes it is called in canine psychologist to the desperate family, where “a poodle to a toddler is aggressive.” Then it turns out that the boy has nowhere to climb, is haunted by a toddler all day, which is to sting, pulls and other troubles. Dog badly needs at home or on your garden a quiet corner where they can relax without worries of their 18 hours a day and do not necessarily need!


I often hear the view that training is suffering. A correct and positive dog training, however, provide one of the most important conditions for the dog balance and fun. Problem behavior towards children may begin to show a dog that is “just” bored. Basic training is essentially in the hands of an adult, and children from 12-13 years! Again, it depends on us whether we make the exercises fun and poisoning. This is the simplest yet to issue the command “sit” when you hold the bowl of food and / or the dog bowl full of this reward. Training a dog is easy, but it requires patience and consistency. A major mistake is the idea that small dogs do not need training, because “nothing is done.” And what about his safety? Never born disobedient or “problem” dog makes him such a messed up or no training.

I am convinced that both our children and our dogs are up a mirror to ourselves, and this “misbehaving” is unbearable. I often think of “Never ending Story”, where it was said “… you have to look to the bottom of my soul …” And so we adults Do not be afraid to learn something in return from our children and dogs and you need to rearrange their environmental priorities.



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