On the internet, we frequently come across snapshots that capture endearing moments with children and animals. They play and sleep together joyfully, which is the best thing to admire. However, toddlers are known to be full of naughtiness and mischief. When babies are present, parents should exercise extreme caution around any and all living things. In addition, it can be difficult to communicate with toddlers because they are not yet able to speak or understand what is being said. It takes time, energy, and patience to effectively discipline a child. How can we make our pets into helpful partners in the process of educating our children, particularly when they are already with us as companions? Let’s check out what the community on Reddit has to say about this!
A dog man with his user account name u/kspot asked the thoughtful subreddit community r/dogs for help since his furball had some trouble with a two-year-old girl. The original poster had just recently relocated into the home of his relatives. The young child enjoyed prodding and throwing things at his female puppy all the time. The young girl kicked the dog in the tail and punched her while she was sleeping, but the dog didn’t wake up. The fact that the puppy did not react to her provocation increased the original poster’s appreciation for his furry friend.
Seeing the parents telling the girl not to hit the canine and letting everything else pass, the OP wasn’t satisfied. If the child continued to be disruptive and violent toward the pets of other people, he warned the parent, she would eventually get bitten. The parent expressed his displeasure by stating that all of his child’s behaviors were completely typical. Because the OP had never been a parent, he had no idea how to interact with his in-laws and other relatives.
In the comment zone under the OP’s cry for help, Reddit advised him to keep his eyes on his pup all the time and try to separate her from the child. They acknowledged that the young child did nothing wrong and that she simply acted normally. However, her father was an unreasonable person and a very lazy parent. They anticipated that her parents and the OP would make adjustments to one another in order to ensure the well-being of the infant and the canine companion.
Reddit users felt that the young girl shouldn’t be left alone with any domesticated animal because she didn’t have a complete understanding of its behavior. They decided that it would be better to talk to her patiently and teach her to pet the puppy in a gentle manner rather than subject her to harsh punishments, which would only make her despise the pet. Despite some harsh comments on the little girl, Reddit generally hoped the OP’s furbaby could have a comfortable life as the girl grew up to be kind and generous toward animals. In a thankful response on Reddit, the original poster (OP) shared the news that their young child had finally picked up on how to pet their dog gently.
We are relieved that they have, at long last, identified the proper course of action. Where do you stand? Tell us what you think by leaving a comment in the section below, and don’t forget to hit the like and share buttons as well as follow our site so that we can continue to interact with each other in the future!
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