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"If your dog doesn't like someone you probably shouldn't either?


Has this been true for you? Or it hasn't made any difference?

 

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Oztinato says

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17 months ago
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    Threekeys 17 months ago

    Hi Oztinato! I was coming from a "by and large" context where most dogs can make a noble and loyal companion.

    I agree with you in the happenings of these incidences you mentioned.

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    Threekeys 17 months ago

    Hi ptosis! I go with what my dog says. They "know"...

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    Threekeys 17 months ago

    Oh yes if the dog is not warming to a baby or little child then you do need to remove the dog no two ways about it.

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    Tim Mitchell (tsmog) 17 months ago

    A very good question regard in tune with you rather than sensing the another. I think it is the former with observation of seeing eye dogs and assistant dogs in my life.


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