Family Pet Versus Unfamiliar Dog
While it is okay for this little boy to kiss
his puppy it is not a safe practice for a
child to try to kiss a dog that does not
belong to him.
A child should never
lean over a dog that
is not his own.  
These two belong to
each other but,
even so, there is
always an adult
family member close
by while they play.
Mom knows the dog is comfortable with a child giving a tummy rub.
Note the dog is laying still and not trying to move away.
Body is in comfortable down position with no tightening of leg muscles.  
Dog also has mouth open and relaxed showing lips long and no tension.
Eyes are soft.
Dog is showing no concern over child and is in fact watching the unstressful activity of
a known person unloading a truck.
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