This book is one an adult can use for both a child who may be fearful of dogs, and a child who is too bold with dogs, and should learn more respect.
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All these factors come into play when teaching about safety and dogs. This is a subject that all too often doesn't get taught at all.
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Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. I read this online through Kindle. This book is mainly for parents to use as a guide when talking to their children about dogs. It goes through a few points, like about how you should always ask a dog's owner before petting it, that a dog holding its tail in different ways can mean different things, and what to do if a dog does attack.
I would recommend parents reading the book by themselves, and then showing the appropriate pictures to their child talking about dog attacks may be too scary for I read this online through Kindle. I would recommend parents reading the book by themselves, and then showing the appropriate pictures to their child talking about dog attacks may be too scary for some children - it's up to the parent to decide what information is appropriate for their child and not unnecessarily give them a fear of dogs and talking to them about it in a conversational way, instead of actually reading the book to the child word for word.
Oct 30, Darlene Foster rated it really liked it. A nice little book for adults and children to read together and discuss. Kids will learn how to behave around dogs and avoid unfortunate events. It shouldn't be assumed that all children like dogs and that all dogs are friendly. Good information for a family considering getting a dog for a pet as well. This was a highly informative book explaining such topics as how dogs expressions and posture show their emotions, what to do if a dog bites you, how to live with a dog, and how to approach a strange dog.
The other struck a healthy balance between giving enough facts to protect the child without making them overly afraid. The vocabulary suited an older child. It would be great if Amber Richards wrote a version for younger children. I also think a few more pictures could have broken up the text mo This was a highly informative book explaining such topics as how dogs expressions and posture show their emotions, what to do if a dog bites you, how to live with a dog, and how to approach a strange dog.
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All in all this is a useful, valuable nonfiction book. Very Informative! I thought this book was thorough and well executed. I love the way the author encourages the parent to read the book first and then with their child, since each child learns differently. With more and more people getting dogs, children are more likely to be confronted by an aggressive dog eventually. It is definitely better for children to be taught how to "read" dog moods, and to know what to do when confronted with an angry dog, BEFORE the situation arises.
Thank you Ms Richar Very Informative!
Thank you Ms Richards for this great tool! I like that the author encourages parents to read it first and they decide how much information to share, based on their child's experience and feelings towards dogs and their ages.
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Even people who don't own a dog should read this as most likely a child will encounter a dog on a street, playground or friend's house. It also gives practical tips to teach children how to properly behave with a dog as a pet for the best pet friendships. May 13, P. Interesting and informative read. Whether you love dogs or they scare you, this book explains in easy to understand terms all about how to judge a dog's mood.
I felt this is a great book for parents to teach children all about dogs. The pictures show the different ways dogs communicate and especially the ways dogs tell us to back off. The author did a great job making an informative book read like a novel so parents and children can read it like they would any book and learn together while doing Interesting and informative read.
The author did a great job making an informative book read like a novel so parents and children can read it like they would any book and learn together while doing it. Eugenia rated it it was amazing Jul 13, James Lynam rated it it was amazing Jan 23, Darlene Foster rated it really liked it Oct 30, Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez rated it it was amazing Aug 30, Rachel rated it liked it Aug 27, Keeping your toddler safe around dogs.
If the dog takes an item belonging to the toddler encourage him to exchange it for another toy or treat. Avoid your child wandering around with food or allowing your dog to beg at meal times Keep rules consistent, even for visitors Out and about Never allow your child to approach a strange dog. Remember, not every dog is like your dog at home.
Supervise your toddler during doggy play time, as there is a higher risk of them being knocked over Keep your toddler safe in their pushchair by teaching your dog to walk calmly on a lead next to you, never tie the lead to the pram Avoid busy dog parks that may excite your dog or put your toddler at risk Doggy do's and don'ts Remember every dog is an individual. Do: give your dog quiet time. An indoor kennel or baby gate is a valuable tool. More from Blue Cross. Health Ringworm in dogs. Getting a dog, Health Neutering your dog.
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