If you’ve ever seen a baby sit on the floor and chew on a snack, you know how stressful it can be.
Now a new study suggests that a dog may be able to help ease the stress and keep your kids safe.
The researchers, led by University of British Columbia psychologist Krista Davenport, say that dogs can help keep kids safe by providing a soothing environment and providing the perfect meal.
They say the best way to make the most of a dog’s “playfulness” is to make sure they don’t play with other dogs and that they don-t have a crate or a leash.
The study was published in the journal Developmental Psychology.
According to the study, which used data from a large sample of U.S. children aged 7 to 17, the children were more likely to be distracted by other dogs or other objects while playing with their dog or other children, which may have led to anxiety and fear.
But even if your child doesn’t seem to be too worried about the distractions, they should still be aware that they might be playing with a dog.
The researchers said it’s best to keep them away from toys and play equipment that might attract attention, such as a dog, or toys that are too large or too loud, such a chair or a kennel.
“The best way for kids to get into a playful, safe, nurturing environment is to keep the dogs away from play equipment, toys, toys with loud sounds and large toys,” Davenpool said in a news release.
“If you keep your child away from these things, you can make sure the dog’s natural playfulness, which is safe and nurturing, helps kids feel safe, confident and secure.”
While dogs are natural playmates, Davenports said it is important to give them the tools to interact safely and safely with other people, too.
For instance, if your kids are getting anxious, you may need to offer a small treat or treat them with a chew toy or a small pet.
Davenps says this can help calm their nerves, especially when they feel like their parents are going to hurt them.
The study suggests the most effective way to keep your children safe is to have the dog with you.
“If you don’t have a pet with you, you should have your child sit in a dog crate or at the dog-friendly play area that your child can go to when she is alone,” Davons said.
“It’s important to do this for the safety of your child as well as your dog.”