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Old May 23rd, 2010, 11:34 PM
edwpang edwpang is offline
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16-month old and big dog

My 16 months daughter is very fond of my 3 and half years old labradoodle Butter. He is big guy @ 85lbs. She always give him whatever she eats. Butter is always following her around she has food in her hand.
Another thing worries us a bit more, my daughter often try to pull his fur, steps on his leg and drag his tail. Butter is not happy about all these harassment, he mostly would run away, and/or make some kind of noise in his throat. Sometimes, he even barks or yelps in pain. We always try to stop her when she does these. What is the better to stop her from doing this? How can we make Butter understand she do not mean any harm?

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