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The Best Dog Breeds for Children With Allergies

For some children, even minimal exposure to dogs can trigger sneezing as well as other more serious respiratory problems. According to Healthy Children, it’s estimated that10 percent of kids are allergic to animals, but when it’s your child begging for a puppy, it’s hard to say no. Pet Education reports there are no hypoallergenic dogs, but poodles, terriers and schnauzers have less dander and therefore a better record of allowing kids with allergies to enjoy them. Many of these dogs are particularly suited to homes with children.

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Give a Hero a Home: The Rewarding Experience of Adopting Ex-Government Dogs

The holiday season is a time of love, warmth, and giving. While many people consider adopting a furry friend during this time, there is a unique and heartwarming option available – adopting a hard-working dog that used to work in government facilities. These remarkable canines have dedicated their lives to various federal agencies, assisting in…

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The Best Type of Dogs for Children

Any dog that you take into your home is going to become a part of your family, so it’s smart to choose the right one from the start. Once your kids start clamoring for a dog of their own, you want to look into the different available breeds. Some types of dogs are better with children than others, but you never know which dog will capture your heart.

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Best Dog Breed for Children

In a moment of weakness, you’ve given in to what seems like the millionth request from your kids to get a dog. Now that you’ve made the promise, you need to do some research about dogs because some breeds are better for children than others. No matter which breed you select, you should always supervise dogs and young children when they are together.

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How to Choose a Dog for Kids

Kids and dogs often form a strong bond, but there are several considerations before running off to pick up your new puppy. Choosing a pup that matches your family’s needs increases the chances of the new pet working out long-term. The type of dog also affects safety, both for your kids and the dog. A tiny dog with rough children could get injured, while a large, aggressive dog could harm your child. Here are eight factors to consider when shopping for a puppy!