How does an angry dog look like according to kids?
When a dog is acting aggressive or angry his tail wouldn’t be wagging. His ears would be back and flat against his head. He might also growl. An Angry dog starts barking, ears go up and the hair on the back stand up. Don’t pet angry dogs.
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How to teach your child to recognize a dog that is not friendly?
Children are number one victim of dog bites! When a dog thinks that he or she needs to defend themselves from a perceived threat, he will display certain behaviors that are meant to tell you or your child to back off. If your child continues to be around the dog, the dog can and probably will bite.
You can help prevent dog bites by helping your child better read and understand body language.
It is also important to never leave a child unsupervised with a dog. Anything can happen, including accidents. Even the most well-behaved dogs can do a warning bite that can do a lot of damage to your child. Please keep your kids and dogs safe by supervising at all times and helping your child understand how to be around dogs and help your dog be better around your child. Play some games with them both and encourage your child to participate in training with your dog.