No Wild And Crazy Around Dogs

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Parents, please do your part to help your child and your dog’s relationship to succeed. Teach your children that the place to be wild and crazy is away from your dog (and unknown dogs). If your dog (or a loose or leashed unknown dog) becomes overly aroused, movement will keep that arousal curve moving forward. Kids should be taught how to stand still and be a tree with their hands under their armpits to lower the dog’s arousal.

dog bite prevention tip for parents from Cincinnati certified dog trainer, Lisa Desatnik, CPDT-KA, CPBC

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