You often hear some dogs described as being “good with kids” or “kid friendly.” But there’s a flip side to this coin: any child living with or visiting a dog, including a greyhound, needs to be “good with dogs” or “dog friendly.”
We’ve divided this episode into two parts. This is Part 2 of this 2-part episode: The “Dos.”
In Part 1 (Episode 42), we shared the 12 “Don’ts” of kids and greyhounds. If you missed that episode, be sure to go back to give it a listen.
Greyhounds and kids do mix quite well. In this and the previous episode, discover how to help keep both the kids that live with you and/or visit your home, AND your greyhound, safe.
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