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Do we need to take some precautions of the baby & dog?

We are having a 1.5 year lab. And we are expecting a baby in next 2 months. the dog is being cared like a kid at home. Do we need to take some precautions of the baby & dog? As everbody says we need keep him away from baby. Kindly suggest how should we manage.
By allan · 11 May 2010 4:08 pm

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By Runni · 12 May 2010 3:47 pm
I am not expert, but will suggest that u should not leave the baby with the dog when no one else is around. Labs r friendly dogs but if he is neglected upon arrival of the baby then he may become jealous. So if u want ur dog to accept ur baby then try not to change his schedules of feeding, playing, etc. Dont let him feel that something has changed. I know its not easy but u will have to as that will ensure ur dog also loves ur baby & accept tha baby as a part of his pack.
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By Hameed Sulaiman · 12 May 2010 9:23 pm
Well don't let the baby and dog interact untill the baby is one year old. you show the baby to the dog pretty often. Labs will not get jealous, all labs will be accept a new kid in home but its your duty to keep both of them safe. well my lab when he sees my 8 months old nephew he will walk around her sit beside her he won't even lick her, but my other lab playful Dino is also gentle but he calls her for playing with his leg which might hurt the baby badly if left unsupervised. these are few examples i think you got the picture here, if you have any queries please contact me.
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By Gopal Krishna · 12 May 2010 10:16 pm
!!!!!!I am sorry my last post was in appropriate I was posting it to someone else and posted here I am really very sorry...!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Your dog is still young and kind of more energetic than a full mature dog i guess... at your dog age they are kind of energetic than to act mature... always keep your baby with dog under supervision unless you have total faith on dog... baby's skins are very soft and simple hold can make a scar... but again lab are very intelligent and they have mouth called soft mouth... they can hold an raw egg in mouth and move it with out
breaking it... but don't give him total control unless you totally trust your dog...
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