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Q & A: Bull Mastiff, Doberman, Rottweiler, and other vicious “guard dog” owners who have babies! a question for you?

Question um …. : Bull Mastiff, Doberman, Rottweiler, and other vicious “guard dog” owners who have babies! a question for you? As you have an adult male dog trained to be a dog or gardeVous your wife got pregnant and had a bébéLorsque you bring home baby, how can you safely leave the Bull Mastiff to know the baby as a family member and be loyal instead of hostility to the baby? and after how long “training” can be safely Bull Mastiff with baby? Best answer: Answer by

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  • they are around the baby, but only wen ur there, but no dog can b 100% confidence does wat issue of race is

  • not all dogs are aggressive, they are trianed this way, but leave the dog feels the baby, or a coach to help you.

  • There is no possible answer to your question because every dog ​​is unique in this world. They have all the traits of race and trends, but that’s all they are – each dog is different. As is your relationship with your dog. This is what is going to give you an answer to your question. He has not had much to do with race, it’s more the individual temperament of your dog and how well trained and socialized it est.Et any person responsible never leave a dog of any breed unsupervised with a baby, toddler or young child.

  • those that arent always breeds vicious! It depends on how they have been socialized to not would u say please I’m a little sensitive on the subject of Rotties .. U should put the dog in a cage and maybe let the dog sniff the baby through the bars, the dog will probably pick up your scent ..

  • So, you * think * that Bullmastiffs, Dobermans, and Rottwelers are vicious guard dogs? Or, ask yourself about a guard dog professionally trained and babies? Two whole different ball games. I have owned Dobermans 8 adults, and none of my children have been consumed. We had the first, when our youngest son was three years old …. He is now 28 and the oldest is almost 32.

  • A difficult question because all dogs are différents.Tout First, while the dog and all can be dangerous in a given situation to NEVER leave a child alone with a dog. That is unless your child is 8 years or more and you talk about a mini-poodle or another dog really petit.Comment or did you get the dog to accept another person into your home? Similarly, but with such care and vigilance over your luck part.Bonne

  • we had Dobermans, they were good watchdogs, but not vicious at all, when we brought the baby home, my husband sat on the floor with the baby and unwrapped the blankets and let the dogs smell everything on luiplus later, when we were taking the baby that we had let the dogs sniff it if they wanted too … we have also ensured that the dogs still had a lot of attention and did not feel “replaced” or left on the family … in fact the only dog ​​that showed no signs of jealousy was my 2 1/2 lb Yorkshire terrierfaire what I did, but always keep an eye on the dog when around the baby, especially once the baby starts ramperbonne luck

  • I consult a professional trainer on it – it’s a really great dog! From personal experience we brought our baby home and let the Doberman have a really good sniff (holding the baby in our arms, although sure, and ready to withdraw if the dog displayed aggression whatsoever) Fortunately, the dog shows no aggression whatsoever and for whatever reason, he liked to lick the head of our baby – which was severe , but I think it helped caution.Nous were very careful to continue to give our many dogs of love and attention and do all the things we normally did with him. We did not want him to see the baby as a rival for attention, and it seemed to work. I never said the dog, he could not approach the bébé.Que it’s not luck or good advice, I really do not know – but when my 18 month old son took a pair of scissors in the ear of our Dobie (ouch!) He barked and growled at very high child – who was sitting between his front legs – but he does not bite. We were really surprised, I think if you introduce the baby calmly and carefully let the dog ‘have a sniffer dog “it will see the baby that your puppy – and as a faithful member package, will help you raise and take care her. This is how my Dobie seemed examine the issue. If you have concerns about abuse, etc., though – time to call the coach now.

  • Vicious? Excuse me? Ha! Ignorance is bliss my friend. These dogs are no different from your average chihuahua or pomeranian. I remember when I was about 8 or 9 years old, my uncle had a German shepherd dog No. 1 on the list biting, licking the baby’s head, as if to allow it in the pack. If someone outside the family got in beside him, she would pose in front of him and glare, as if she knew that if you took him or hurt him in any way, your face would be gone in 10 seconds. These dogs are gentle creatures who love and compassion, despite what the media spoon Tired of these creatures étonnantes.Dr. Dog

  • I have owned all types of dogs. I also have three sets of twins. My animals have always been with me during and after childbirth. My animals have acted as if my children were their children. I would introduce the child to the animal with all the love and caring I would use during the introduction to my (matt, love, ect.) To use, you maternal instinct. A mother knows when her child is in danger. Remember, nobody likes to be rushed into anything, so take your time. It should work fine.

  • This is something that must be addressed long before the baby comes home if possible.1) All dogs must be properly socialized and trained from the moment you buy them. If you already have an adult dog, you want to make sure he is well socialized and obedient. Find a human, renowned trainer or behaviorist qualified to help you if nécessaire.2) You must get the dog used to the idea of ​​the baby before he goes home / was born. This may include: Get the dog used to the sounds of a baby is like crying etc. and the smell of baby clothes, diapers, etc. If you have friends with babies ask to borrow some or layers of old unwashed clothes () or create a CD with baby sounds on it. Make this little pleasure for the dog. If it behaves normally, reward him with praise and a dog régal.Obtenir prepared for the changes to his home. For example, installing baby gates so the dog can get used to being in another room at a time. Implement things like cradle, wardrobe. If you change things like where the dog sleeps (for example, that he sleeps in the bedroom, but when the baby arrives, you want him down), then do as well in advance so he does not associate with the change bébé.Mise has prepared changes to his lifestyle. Obviously, your dog will always need care and attention, but you can not have as much time as you used to. Again, before the baby arrives, you may want to get him used to walking a little shorter, walking with a stroller (just empty at this point!) Do not get your attention at all times , etc. If the dog shows any attention-seeking behavior (eg harassment, jumping, etc.) then you will need it not to recycle these things maintenant.Former domestic orders useful (if you do not already). Things to consider are “off”, “out”, “bed”, “quiet” etcMettre up a “safe zone” for the dog where he can go for some peace! Babies can be very stressful, especially once they start to crawl and try to harass the dog! Maybe put her bed in a box and cover with old carpet or towel. This should not be a prison, but a safe place where he can retire and not worry about being dérangé.En regarding the child itself is concerned … If possible, bring something from home that your baby feels real, before the baby himself. (For example, take home or a layer of clothing worn before the mother and the baby leaves the hospital). This will help make the baby seem more familiar for baby chien.Le should be something that the dog is not allowed to hassle, but also a good thing. Thus, when the pair of you bring home baby, act calm and happy. Ask the dog to do something (eg sitting), then reward and praise him. Whenever the dog is behaving itself around the baby, for example laying quietly next to the crib, sitting with you while you hold, tell him he does bon.Bien course – remember not the golden rule NEVER leave a child unattended and dogs as well! Not even for a moment. If you need to leave their room or child or a dog must go with you, or be ailleurs.Si your dog is well socialized and trained and known to be good with children of other people, then you should not have too difficult if you prepare in advance. However, if your dog is not socialized, not used to children, or no training is known to have behavioral problems thenh LOOKING FOR HELP! Do not put your child at risk. A good trainer or behaviorist may be able to solve problems. In the worst case, you may need to consider rehoming the chien.Fondamentalement, if you put in enough work, and do it well in advance, and be careful nseible and at any time, you should be able to have the dog’s life and the baby happy together.

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