Photo credit:  Wendy Steele, WWYZ

Many times, advice to new parents who already have what I call a 'furkid' (otherwise known as a dog) is 'NEVER leave your child and dog alone together'.  That's a great suggestion, but it's not enough.  Many children end up being bitten by a dog when the parent(s) are right there, it happens right in front of them.  How?  Because the adults that were there did not read the body language of the dog.. and it's really not that hard to learn and do. 

Click HERE to find out what to look for, so that your kids and your dog(s) can be safe together!