One of the most important tips: if you have children under 6 years of age in the family, try always be present at the games of the child and puppy.
Simply because it is difficult to explain to children of this age how you should behave with Jack. It's just a little soft toy for the child, which he wants in hands, pull its tail, causing a pleasant squeak, dress and swaddle like a doll, ride in the stroller. Despite the deceptively small size and unprotected view, cause a smile, Jack is a proud dog, with dignity.
Even as a puppy, he unlikely accepts disrespectful and insulting treatment of the child. He will not hang like a rag on hand, tolerate restrictions on movement. He starts to growl, snarl, and even snap. This fact leads to Jack’s negative attitude towards children as a rule. The child will grow up and will treat the dog as an adult. By then Jack will already be unable to change his attitude towards children in general. It may happen that when a child on the street, he will lash out, barking at him, recalling the past.
So until you are sure that your child has learned to behave properly with little Jack, do not leave them alone.
Subsequently, they will be great friends for life. There's no better companion in noisy and fun children's games than Jack. But with one condition that he is a full member of the game, and whose dignity and opinion are respected.
If you have older children, teach them the simple rules of communication with Jack:
Do not touch the dog when he eats or sleeps
Never hit the dog
Don’t yell at the dog
Explain to your child that Jack is a living creature, not a plush toy, and he requires care, care and respect, as well as any member of your family.