Big dogs may harm smaller dogs

05/2/2010 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

Canines exhibit a "big dog, little dog syndrome," wherein small dogs tend to be offensive when encountering larger dogs, while the latter may view small ones as squirrels or rabbits. This often leads to smaller ones being injured by bigger dogs. This article cites AVMA's recommendations to prevent dog bites, which include selecting pets that are socialized as well as training and keeping pets healthy.

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