Which dogs do not like children: aggressive breeds

Alina MilsentLife
Breeds of dogs that do not like children

Children often ask to have a four-legged pet that will become a true friend and a family member. However, it's worth remembering that not all dogs like to play with kids, and some can even be aggressive.

When choosing a breed, keep in mind that some dogs do not respond well to touch and affection. They do not tolerate being stroked and hugged, not to mention other children's pranks and games. According to dog handlers, a well-behaved and adequate dog will not harm family members. But you should also take into account the peculiarities of the dog's innate character. Read the OBOZREVATEL article to find out which dogs can be aggressive towards children.

Akita Inu and Shiba Inu

These dogs are generally easy to train. They can quickly realize that a child is a family member and should not be touched. However, this awareness usually does not extend to strange children. Danger can lurk in the neighborhood kids and your children's friends who come to visit. Akita and Shiba Inu do not like strangers in their homes. They also do not get along well with other pets.


Dalmatians have difficulty socializing. They are active, restless dogs that usually do not obey commands. They are difficult to train and difficult to raise. Their behavior is difficult to control.


Alabais love to dominate. They are obedient and learn commands easily, but they will not enjoy playing with children. Alabais choose one owner and obey only him. They can be trained not to show aggression to children, but it will be difficult. An adult Alabai can easily knock a baby off its feet and not even notice it.


Pekingese love to be the center of attention and do not tolerate competition. And they see small children as competitors. Pekingese are very jealous and demand respect. Their behavior with children is unpredictable. An irritated Pekingese can even bite if a child comes to hug him or her when the dog does not want to.


Chihuahuas are another jealous breed. They become attached to one owner and may start barking or biting aggressively if a child approaches the father or mother and starts hugging them.

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