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Dog that's Bad With Kids

I'm on the fence as far as just finding my dog a new home or dealing with her until my kids are older.....
She is kind of cranky about her own space, and she growls and snarls if she is touched while she is lying down.
Earlier today my 7 month old crawled over to her and touched her on the butt and she snarled and jumped away (she only jumped away cause I came flying around the corner when I heard).
She is very edgy with young children, I'd say under the age of 8, and even then she is very cautious of strangers.
There are a handful of people she has liked right away; most people she is cautious of and growls at them.

I'd like to explore homeopathic treatment to help her maybe, before I give up on her and find her a new home without kids.
Anybody have any ideas?

A little bit more about her:
She's a smaller breed mutt- some golden retriever and some pug/beagle/chihuahua type mix.
She was the smaller of a two- pup litter and the other didn't live. Her mother was hit by a car when she was 6 weeks old.
Her primary socialization after that point was cats lol.
Anyways --- any other questions feel free.
I hope someone has some kind suggestions!!
 
  rom109 on 2016-06-17
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
may i ask?
 
John Stanton 4 years ago
Go ahead
 
rom109 4 years ago
age ?
how active? indoor time?outdoor time?
'strangers " affect? is this in group setting or single?
u original owner?
how's current health?
shots?
other treatments used? for anything?
appetite ?thirst?
sleeping arrangement?
 
John Stanton 4 years ago

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