Here's OP's post
1. Getting ahead of the situation is a good idea.
2. There is a possibility that dogs can suffocate babies.
3. It's best to be cautious.
4. Dogs can be unpredictable.
5. Her husband's decision could lead to a tragic outcome.
6. It's best to move the dog before the baby arrives.
7. Her husband can sleep outside with the dogs if he does not want them to feel lonely.
8. Her husband needs to read about the potential dangers.
9. The dogs can stay in the living room until the baby is older.
10. Her husband may change his mind when he bonds with the baby.
11. The dogs should already be sleeping in the living room.
12. They may go to jail if the dogs harm the baby.
13. Her husband's attitude is cause for concern.
14. If they don't start now the dogs will associate the change to the baby's arrival.
15. Nothing is stopping the dogs from accidentally hurting the baby.
16. She should start training the dogs not to get excited when she is carrying something.
17. It seems like she has not properly prepared her home to welcome a baby.
18. Pets can develop bad behaviors around new babies.
19. Different things could go wrong with the dogs in the room.
20. Her hormones may be causing her irrational worries.
What do you think?
Having dogs in the same room as a newborn baby can be potentially dangerous, as dogs can be unpredictable and may accidentally harm the baby. Dogs are often curious and may be excited by the new addition to the family, causing them to jump or paw at the baby.
Dogs may also mistake a baby’s movements as play and can potentially bite or scratch the baby. Even if a dog has been well-trained and obedient in the past, their behavior may change around a new baby.
It is best to err on the side of caution by taking precautions to keep the dog away from the baby’s crib or bassinet. What do you think?