Large Sized Dogs good with Babies
It is very important your dog should be
taught to be quiet and restrained around new babies, no jumping
or barking, get the dog familiar with the new smells and noises
associated with a new baby. Any new baby or small child should
be encouraged to be calm and gentle around your dog especially
if they are puppies. As a precaution it might be advisable to
muzzle your dog during early meetings and avoid any reaction from
the babies sudden movements or noisy reactions.
Large Sized Dog Breeds suitable for families with babies.
A kind natured dog not aggressive, intelligent and easy to train
learning commands very quickly.
Reliable, trustworthy, calm, friendly, gentle and confident. A
very popular dog that is very eager to please you and is always
ready to have fun.
This is another breed that has a lot of energy and will want
to play for hours. Golden retrievers are intelligent, easy to
train,loyal, and with a life span of 10-12 year will be a long
time family member.
Collies make great family pets because they love to be with
people, and love to be part of the family. They are great with
children and often take a special interest in them. A highly intelligent
dog that is easy to train, they will bond quickly and easily with
a family and easily become watchful and protective of the home.
Graceful, elegant dogs with plenty of energy.
dog, excellent with children, has a soft mouth but can be lively
Dogs that are quiet, intelligent, playful and fun to be around,
they are a great choice for a family with children. Easy to train
they are dedicated and easily become devoted to a family whilst
sometimes being reserved around strangers. With their smooth coat
they reqiure little grooming.
Dog Breeds. (It must be
realised that large dogs are capable of knocking over small children,
but many large dogs prove to be very patient, long suffering and
protective with small children)
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