You can help prevent dog bites and attacks in your home by following these steps from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention:
- Speak to a professional to learn what breeds of dogs are best for your household;
- Do not bring a dog with a history of aggression into your household;
- If your child is fearful of dogs, wait before bringing a dog into your home;
- Be careful when bringing a dog into a household with an infant or toddler;
- Never leave an infant or young child alone with a dog;
- Teach the dog submissive behaviors;
- Do not play aggressive games with your dog;
- Seek immediate professional help if your dog develops aggressive behaviors.
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