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A Child's Book of Dog Body Language with Pictures: Help Keep Children Safe

by Amber Richards

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 150335363X, Paperback)

This is a book intended to be read by an adult to a child. The adult can determine which portions or the entire book, that is age appropriate. It is an educational book to help prevent possible dog bites or attacks, as well as helping children know how to treat a dog, in order to have good relationships with them. Too often as parents, we simply don’t think about teaching safety issues concerning dogs, until there’s a situation happening. That is not the time for teaching, but for action. Prevention can go a long way. Even if you don't own a dog, every child should be taught, as they will come into contact with dogs in other situations. This book is one an adult can use for both a child who may be fearful of dogs, and a child who is too bold with dogs, and should learn more respect. Parents know the stages of their kids as well as the child’s temperament and history they've had with dogs. All these factors come into play when teaching about safety and dogs. This is a subject that all too often doesn't get taught at all. The book closes with some silly photos to end on a lighter note.

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