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Safety Tips For Dog Owners
- Follow leash laws - donít let your dog roam free.
- Donít play aggressive games with your dog.
- See a veterinarian promptly if your dog is sick or injured.
- Keep children away from dogs with new puppies.
- Socialize your dog so it feels at ease around people and other animals.
- Illness and pain can make a dog more likely to bite.
- If your dog is not used to having kids around put the dog in an area the visiting children will not disturb.
- Never tether or chain your dog because this can contribute to aggressive behavior.
- Before selecting a dog, seek a veterinarianís advice about which dog is right for your family and lifestyle.
- If your dog shows agressive behavior, seek professional help immediately and keep him away from children.
- Keep your dog healthy with regular check-ups and a vaccination program tailored to your dogís needs.
- Train your dog to obey basic commands such as "stay," "sit," and "come."
*Note : It is best to start socializing and training before 4 months for best results.
- Confine your dog in a fenced yard or dog run when it is not in the house.
- Spay/neuter your dog.
- Donít put your dog in situations where it may feel threatened or teased.
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