whats a good small pet that will be good with babys in the house?

a Small Pet like a really little dog or something but i dont want it to be in a cage or in a htch the while time i want it to be able to be with me in the middle of the night and be on the couch with me but not one that so SMALL like i have to keep and extra good eye on it like areally SMALL dog would be good but what els is there? what do u recomend?

ummm i have a goldendoodle. . . he is 35lbs and hes great around kids. we love him. we got him on goldendoodles.net just make sure u get the dog bread with a miniture poodle!!!!! because if you get it bread with a standared, the dog will be 100 lbs! or if u just want a small animal, i love bunnies :) oh! ps! goldendoodles are hypoalergenic!! ;)

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7 Responses to whats a good small pet that will be good with babys in the house?

  1. Tropical crab says:

    a basset hound or beagle

    maybe a cat?
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  2. Cynthia says:

    A houseplant
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  3. CrAzY lOl GiRl says:

    ummm i have a goldendoodle. . . he is 35lbs and hes great around kids. we love him. we got him on goldendoodles.net just make sure u get the dog bread with a miniture poodle!!!!! because if you get it bread with a standared, the dog will be 100 lbs! or if u just want a small animal, i love bunnies :) oh! ps! goldendoodles are hypoalergenic!! ;)
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  4. Christie says:

    dogs are loyal and trusting but puppies are lots of work as well as tiny dogs bark and mostly want the attention. i would get a duck they are easy to train and cute and rabbits can be trained to run arouns the house some grow to be 45 lbs

    GOOD LUCK!!!
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  5. JSR*558 says:

    Most small dogs are NOT suitable for homes with babies or small children.

    Most of the tiny breeds don’t even like kids, and most are too delicate to withstand a young child’s handling.

    If you’d like a dog, try to find a smallish, mixed-breed ADULT dog at a shelter. Be sure to get as much information as you can about it before you decide to take it home. Ask, specifically, whether it’s been socialized with babies and young kids.

    Another, and probably better, option would be a cat. Again, check a shelter, or people often give them away for free. Cats are a LOT less work than dogs.
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  6. Lifes about love!!! says:

    a baby jack Russel!!!!! (a puppy)!! hope i could help and good luck with the baby!!!

    x0x0
    ~lovely lexie~
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