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I miss my little Jack! She suffered horribly from Bravecto flea treatment! Neurological & organ failure. I'm here to warn others not to make the same mistake!
We had Jack Russels for many years. We only had once problems when an immigrant family came to visit. The parents did not inform us the children do not know dogs. After that the dog was a bit aggressive. We assume she got hurt.
im sorry to be rude or negative but there is NO WAY a dog could be so close to my little babies face...they sniff everything and i would be concerned about them passing germs on to my little one...cute babies...but uhhh this made me a lil nervous the kids are just so little
That's right. You should NEVER let a dog lick an infant. PERIOD. Either way, this behavior should not be allowed for health and safety reasons. A dog's mouth carries a lot of germs, which can easily be passed to people. This is especially problematic for babies. ... So, even though it may look cute, a dog licking a baby's face should never be allowed. It is far more dangerous than you think. A newborn's immune system is not yet as effective as an adult's. We have all heard the myth that "a dog's mouth is cleaner than a human's" but the hard truth is that neither of us are sanitary specimens to behold. Studies show that disease-causing oral bacteria is present in both human and dog mouths, however dogs are a lot less discerning as to where they put their tongues. Also, pet owners should train their dog to be submissive to their child. Without this precaution things can get a little out of hand. "The pet may become protective over the owners and attempt to defend them by attacking the child for yelling or merely playing with his parents. So next time your canine gives your little one those puppydog eyes, make sure he expresses his love from afar — at least for now.
I do think you need to be cautious with JRT and a baby, but in this case the dog is being supervised and has had a good relationship with the baby. I have JRT mix and around most kids he is good but always with supervision.
My Jack Ruessell Terrier he doesn't make my baby sister laugh hes like a guard dog he will bark outside and once I saw this guy he was at the side of are house then I also have a german sheapard then once he saw my 2 dogs he ran cause he got scared then he NEVER game back!! :)
fat farts exactly like my fat ahaha so he sits at the end of the couch by the window to “stay on watch” but sometimes he sees an occasional person or dog walking by the stop sign at THE END of the street, dogs aren’t supposed to have very good eyesight but he does! and he goes bonkers! he’ll bark for 10 mins straight even when they’re gone! and once my sisters friend came by to pick up stuff for her and my dog is really quiet and sneaky so my dog looked under the fence and barked like crazy ahaha
I have a Jack russell who is a loving dog never bitten anyone, but still no way was she aloud to be that close to my granddaughter, any breed no matter how loving can turn and even nip a child without meaning it. Not the dogs fault but the owner. If it had bitten any of those children how could you live with yourself filmimg that?. I felt this more scary too watch than cute or funny.
I LOVE dogs and I'm an animal advocate but seriously? These parents need help. Having the dogs playing in infants faces like this...makes me cringe. And the ones who let the dogs lick their newborns faces as well...You have seen your dog lick his butt haven't you? sighhhhhh
As a Jack Russell owner for many years I can assure you those dogs are NOT concerned with making those babies laugh. Jacks view everything as a challenge or a toy, something with which to entertain themselves. No, those dogs were not on the attack, but Jacks are strong & tenacious; they play rough. My dogs are only allowed around small kids with intense supervision.
we only let our dog around kids 10+ he’s really good with kids but he likes to play fight a lot. but for some reason he hates males? but only in the house maybe because it’s his territory? and he likes to challenge you a lot too ahaha
Absolutely right. Now matter how lovely or playful a dog might seem, it only takes a moment for a game to turn nasty and a baby cannot defend itself against a JRT. The potential consequences don't bear thinking about.
Ignorance - this is a terrier, if you knew the breed well you would never have done this. Ive had 2 Jack Russels and would never have them in the same room, no amount of laughter will stop an unexpected accident.
Yes it's true. Baby laughs are so cute; but it's a bad idea to have snapping teeth too close to young children, especially babies! My JR doesn't mean to hurt me; but when he gets very playful, his teeth will sometimes get my hand. Not so terrible if it's me, but I'm very careful to protect my grand-kids!
Same with my Parson Russell. He's 26 lbs but his teeth and jaw pressure are significant for a dog that size and we don't even let him around adults. The over protective behavior that's built into a lot of these terriers can be dangerous. He's very smart but his drive to protect is too high and he goes nuts if he even sees us play fighting. I've been training him since I got him at 8 months but when you have one as high strung at mine, it's impossible to change them completely. Being stubborn is part of their personality.
When my mother worked as a pediatric nurse as a young lady in West Germany, most of the children that she saw in the hospital were there because a dog bit them in the face. Even if a dog doesn't mean to hurt a child, but just wants to play, you have to be careful. a baby's face is a lot softer than a dog's bite.
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