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Another important child safety tip is to educate children on what to do if threatened by a dog. Tell them to:
Although there is no way to predict when a dangerous dog will bite, we recommend taking the following into consideration:
If a dog has been treated harshly or trained to attack, there may be a tendency to bite a person. A dog owner can turn any dog into a dangerous dog. In most cases, the owner is responsible for the aggression, not the breed and not the dog.
If an infant or toddler is left alone with a dog, a dangerous situation can occur. Young children tend to grab onto dogs without understanding how easily they can hurt the animal. Many dogs bite to protect themselves from the pain they feel and to get the child to stop. 95% of all child fatalities occur when a child is left alone with a dog.
Any dog can be a good, loving pet, even if its considered a dangerous dog and likely to bite. A responsible owner will win a dog’s respect by showing the dog love and respect, no matter its breed. You cannot determine, by breed alone, whether or not it is going to attack.