Many people are terrified of dogs to the point where they can’t even contemplate owning one as a pet. As far as they’re concerned, these dogs are wild beasts that should not even be allowed in people’s homes. They may have had a poor encounter with dogs in the past, which may be the reason for this.
It doesn’t matter if the dog is small or large; most people will never be able to get close enough to these animals to pet them. Despite the fact that dogs terrify the majority of the population, many individuals nevertheless consider them wonderful pets. Having a dog in the house is a must for most people, because of how much they adore them.
To some people, a dog is more than just a pet; they consider it a member of the family. As a rule, most people don’t play with their dogs, and if they do, they don’t allow them be wounded.
Most dog owners don’t confine their pets to cages or chains, allowing them to roam freely around their houses. In fact, most dog owners who also have children don’t even worry that their dogs would go too close to their infants or toddlers.
There are also times when they leave their pets with the children alone, believing that the dog will not inflict damage on them. Because they consider their dogs to be members of their family, they see no harm in allowing their children to live with their dogs as well. Big dog owners are more likely to live with their newborns since they know that no one will dare get too close to their child when the dog is nearby. Those that come near the baby would be afraid for their lives since they know that the dog will attack.
Parents continue to leave their young children in the care of dogs despite the fact that some dogs have been known to injure small children. Let’s have a look at some of the photographs of parents handing over their small children to the big dogs on the internet;
In spite of the dogs’ enormous size, the children appear unfazed by them, as if they know they are safe with their pets. It is impossible for an outsider to approach these babies because of the presence of these dogs……See More