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At-St, Children, and Dogs: When my toddler punches my dog, my dog growls at him. How do I stop my dog from growling at my son? Marnie Bell, studied at St Margaret's Anglican Girls' School Updated Fri Upvoted by Erika Wiggins, I trained all of my dogs to Canine Good Companion standards. and Caitie Foster, has 20+ yrs experience living with and learning about dogs. Get rid of it. If it can't follow basic directions by now, that kid is never going to be able to. Take it back to the hospital where you had it and tell them that the child just doesn't fit in to your family. They can arrange for a new home for the kid. ALTERNATIVELY you could teach your toddler to respect the dog. Growling is your warning. It's a VERY clear message that the dog is distressed about something (if your toddler punched me, I'd growl too). Your dog can't talk. Growling and body language is the only way he has to tell you that he's upset. So -Why are you letting the child punch the dog?! What is wrong with you?! You need to teach your child how to be gentle and respectful of your dog. If you don't, and the child's atrocious behavior continues, expect the next time to end in your child being bitten. Theres not much that grinds my gears as much as dogs being put down or labeled 'vicious because of stupid, irresponsible owners. Separate the 2 of them as much as possible until you can be the owner & parent your poor dog deserves. People like this do not deserve to have dogs or children ๐Ÿ˜ก
At-St, Children, and Dogs: When my toddler punches my dog, my dog growls at him.
 How do I stop my dog from growling at my son?
 Marnie Bell, studied at St Margaret's Anglican Girls' School
 Updated Fri Upvoted by Erika Wiggins, I trained all of my dogs to Canine
 Good Companion standards. and Caitie Foster, has 20+ yrs experience living
 with and learning about dogs.
 Get rid of it. If it can't follow basic directions by now, that kid is never going
 to be able to. Take it back to the hospital where you had it and tell them that
 the child just doesn't fit in to your family. They can arrange for a new home
 for the kid.
 ALTERNATIVELY you could teach your toddler to respect the dog. Growling
 is your warning. It's a VERY clear message that the dog is distressed about
 something (if your toddler punched me, I'd growl too). Your dog can't talk.
 Growling and body language is the only way he has to tell you that he's
 upset.
 So -Why are you letting the child punch the dog?! What is wrong with you?!
 You need to teach your child how to be gentle and respectful of your dog. If
 you don't, and the child's atrocious behavior continues, expect the next
 time to end in your child being bitten.
 Theres not much that grinds my gears as much as dogs being put down or
 labeled 'vicious because of stupid, irresponsible owners. Separate the 2 of
 them as much as possible until you can be the owner & parent your poor dog
 deserves.
People like this do not deserve to have dogs or children ๐Ÿ˜ก

People like this do not deserve to have dogs or children ๐Ÿ˜ก