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Old 11-18-2012, 12:55 PM
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Everyone does things differently, but anything that any of mine become disagreeable over gets put away. Some things they have never gotten back. I am not going to have things that they will fight each other over. They lose the privilege. For me, anything that that would cause a response like biting is just too high value for them to have.

A close call to me would have been snapping. Biting, whether it broke the skin or not is something different. Hopefully your trainer will have some ideas.

Your little one is absolutely gorgeous! Look at those eyelashes!!
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So I was just looking at dd face and my older dd asked if I knew what had happened? ( I wasn't home last night, my fiancé was. ) I told he what I was told.... So wasn't the truth! Apparently Chloe was chewing in her tendon and DD who is 5yrs took her face and rubbed it back and forth on Chloe's neck! I asked DD why she did that because she knows better and she said ikd. I know it doesn't change the fact it happened. Here is dd face this morning for those who were wondering. Attachment 8434


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Aw!! I'm sorry this happen, but does will be dogs & it's important for us with children to explain that they can be aggressive when they have food or treats. Although it is NOT acceptable, it is always a possibility when a child invades their space. I've had many close calls & my children weren't even near my chi when food was present. I let her know big time, that I will not tolerate this behavior. Midgie nipped my daughters hand the other night, not sure why, but I tapped her on the bottom & said NO!! Then I said in a calmer voice, "We don't do that!" Midgie was mad at me & didn't come to bed with me that night until Daddy did. But this tells me she understood & knew that I wasn't happy. My daughter was ok.
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Sorry to hear that happened!! But I'm glad ur daughter is ok! She is beautiful by the way....


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Glad your daughter is ok. We had an Australian Shepherd that bit my son when he was little. He was crawling and the dog had a toy chewing on it and my son touched it and was bit. He had to have stitches it was so bad. We choose to have him put down as I just could not have that happening to someone else's child or my own.
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I don't have any little ones. I would make a rule, that if a dog has ANY chewie or food, the children are not allowed to touch them. I would have a pup that guarded its food in a crate/pen when chewing. Safe for all concerned. So sorry this happened. A 5 year old sometimes just doesn't go with what she 'knows' is wrong!
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[QUOTE=4bsingreece;998560]So I was just looking at dd face and my older dd asked if I knew what had happened? ( I wasn't home last night, my fiancé was. ) I told he what I was told.... So wasn't the truth! Apparently Chloe was chewing in her tendon and DD who is 5yrs took her face and rubbed it back and forth on Chloe's neck! I asked DD why she did that because she knows better and she said ikd. I know it doesn't change the fact it happened. Here is dd face this morning for those who were wondering.

Such a beautiful little girl to match with beautiful Chloe!

Classic 5 year old's response when asking why they do something "I dont knowww..." She is still a pup herself and break the rules often.

I am sure your trainer will be helpful in giving you information about this. Here's to happier days!
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