trust your pets around your children? I just read a story about a baby (born 3 weeks early and less than a week old) was taken from his crib, after being home for less than 24 hours, but the family dog and taken to the woods behind their home. The baby boy suffered from a fractured skull, broken ribs and 2 punctured lungs. As of now the baby's doing okay, but how could you trust your pet after that? Would you wanna trust your pet after that? What would you do?Answer Question
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To each her own,but I am not a pet person at all especially with babies and small children. I feel it is an unnecessary risk and unsanitary.I also agree with mrsleftlane for those that do have pets. Dogs should be treated as dogs not kids.I just think that no matter how much you've babied them and trust them they still have animal instincts.
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