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Originally Posted by edamommy
I would not let him touch the dog AT ALL. And have reaction waiting for him everytime he does.
Originally Posted by lilsishomemade
Another thought came to me...make sure you comfort the scared dog during confrontations (when your son is messing with him, and you seperate them). Make sure the dog is comforted and once again feels "safe". This could help reduce the anxiety level, and also show the dog he can trust you...
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