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Which breed of dogs is NOT for children? It just became interesting))) Everywhere they write an excellent companion for children.

Answer # 1:

"An excellent companion for children" is any dogCompetently educated adults, just like any dog ​​can be dangerous for children. There are no "breeds - nannies" - these are inventions of commercial breeding, there is only a competent consistent education of both dogs and children.

Answer # 2:

Not exactly a rottweiler

Answer # 3:

Rottweiler, Doberman, Cane Corso, Pit Bull, Staff, napoleano, mastiffs

Answer # 4:

Dogs in principle are not for children. Any dog ​​can be brought to the point that it seriously injures a child who is simply not aware of the danger of a "fluffy tank".
Somehow I was interested in this question - asked a friend of a traumatologist.
So he was brought to the children as slightly bitten by Doberman - Rottweilers, and VERY seriously podranyh poodles - dachshunds.
So the size and breed does not matter, and "The dog of this breed will never touch the child" - the absolute nonsense.

Answer # 5:

Great Dane, Chow Chow, Doberman, Caucasian Shepherd, Husky, German Boxer, Bull Terrier, Rottweiler, Pitbull. And in general children at least to 10 can not touch the dog,

Answer No. 6:

There are many of those; American bull, malamute, bull terrier, pit bull, staff, rottweiler, Tibetan mastiff, any other mastiff, leonberger, husky, sharpei, chow-chow ....

Answer No. 7:

German Shepherd is definitely not for children

Answer No. 8:

At what plan? In terms of care or in terms of attitudes toward the child? In terms of leaving the dog NOT for children: Mastiff, Jack Russell, Beagle, Husky, Labrador, Rottweiler, BUT, Dog, Pincher, Doberman, Spaniel. Many of these breeds are hunters, many office workers. In nursing (paddock, etc.), the child will not cope 100%. In terms of attitudes toward the child: Rottweiler, Chihua hua, Russian toy, not always friendly Spitz, Pitbull, BUT is also not the best option. Dogs suitable for the child in terms of care: Maltese lapdog, York, Chih, Toi, Retriever (not counting abundant molting). Dogs suitable for the child in terms of relationships: Husky, Retriever, Spaniel, Labrador, Maltese lapdog.

Answer No. 9:

In what way? And for children of what age? If a child is younger than 4 years old, it is undesirable to start a dog. Any breed can communicate and live with the child without exception.

Answer No. 10:

A boxing dog dog, a yorkshire terrier.

Answer No. 11:

A dog for parents, that is, for adultsAnd nothing else. Yes, and whether the dog will be the same excellent companion for the child, too, depends on them. Neither the age of the child nor the breed of the dog plays a special role.
As a teenager she brought up BUT, a girlfriendDobermann, but again many thanks to our parents who helped us especially at first. My little sister was born and grew up with BUT, then got the dachshund. There were no problems at all.

Answer No. 12:

Depends on your parenting your dog! E I lived a dog age as his daughter to him 1,5 and 2,5 months, lived together for 12 years, and no one conflict, even sometimes the daughter hid from him on the sofa, having made some kind of byaka! Good luck!

Answer # 13:

All fighting breeds are not for children

Answer # 14:

Not all fighting breeds are dangerous for children!
Also, looking at what upbringing, well, character (it can be broken).

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