The Do’s and Don’ts of Raising Kids with a Doberman

If you’re considering raising your kids with a Doberman in the house there are some important things that you should know first. These are the important things you should (and shouldn’t) do while raising kids in a household with a Doberman. Ignoring some of these could lead to serious behavioral issues while doing them will foster a deep bond and connection between your kids and your Doberman that will last a lifetime. Some of these are things kids naturally do ALL the time but that can cause serious issues in your Doberman if they’re exposed to it. Don’t make a serious mistake without knowing it… watch this video!

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0:00 – Introduction
1:02 – What We’ll Cover
1:29 – Do Introduce Them Early
2:21 – Don’t Let Them Play Unsupervised
3:22 – Do Encourage Calm Play
4:30 – Don’t Allow Rough Housing
5:08 – Do Slowly Acclimate Your Dog to Kid Noises
6:14 – Don’t Allow Loud Screaming
6:37 – Do Create an Escape Route
7:18 – Do Talk About Gentle Play with Your Kids
7:51 – Don’t Allow Pinching, Hitting, or Climbing
8:48 – Don’t Encourage Play When Your Dog is Tired
9:17 – Do Allow Kids to Take Care of Your Doberman
9:59 – Don’t Separate the Kids From Your Doberman
11:02 – Do Involve Kids with Training
12:01 – Don’t Allow Nipping, Biting, or Mouthing
13:14 – Summary
13:52 – Outtro

I am a dog trainer who specializes in the Doberman breed. I have significant knowledge of this breed and provide insight into the breed as a whole, but not on the individual dog. Individual dogs and circumstances vary, and therefore your experience may be different. I am not a veterinarian, canine nutritionist, or behaviorist. Always consult with a qualified veterinarian, canine nutritionist, or other professional before making any decisions regarding the care, health, or diet of your dog. I often rely on the research, studies, and publications of experts while presenting certain related topics outside my field of expertise. This video presents my opinions and personal interpretations of this information only and may contain partial, anecdotal, or incomplete information. Watching this video does not supersede your responsibilities of doing your own research and due diligence.

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