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This is because cheek bites are very common with dogs. 33 It is good to be wary of all kinds of dogs you encounter. Here are a few: Stray dogs: If a dog is lost, frightened or injured, he is likely to bite because he has lost his bearings and feels very vulnerable. So, keep away from him, as he is dangerous to you and your children. Sick or injured dogs: If a dog is in pain or is sick or injured, obviously he will be unable to cope with his situation and feel helpless. This will make him feel afraid or irritable and in this condition, it is best that children steer clear of him.

Don’t let them play tug-of-war with him because this will encourage him to think that he can grab any item he likes. Teach your children not to run past him and scream because their excitement can encourage him to become dominant aggressive. Don’t tie him in the yard because your kids will only tease him, making him feel aggressive towards them. Then, they will attack your kids by springing on them when they least expect it while your children scream and run for cover. Don’t let your children sleep with the dog even if they are very fond of each other.

Dogs that play with fellow dogs usually play a very rough game that ends with clawing and biting each other. When your dog tries to play with you, he applies the same rules of clawing and biting a child, forgetting that he should not do that. Dogs don’t realize that they can hurt a child just by accident, or merely by being over-excited. To prevent a dog biting your child, play gently and calmly and if your pet gets too excited, freeze and walk away. Give him enough time to calm down. In pain or sickness: If your kid touches a dog when he is in pain or if he doesn’t understand where the pain comes from, the dog may think your kid is the cause of the pain and will bite you, believing that will stop the pain.

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