How to avoid dog bites for baby
My mom is a dog lover. We always had at least two dogs and up to three at times. She always taught us to never put our faces close to a dog's. To this day, now that we have a dog, I can hear her voice in my head when our children put their faces close to Padfoot's (our Newfie/Retriever). We were also taught not to go near a dog's food. This is one we are working on with our dog because our daughter read somewhere that in the pack the top dogs get the food and they get to take it from the lower dogs, which means the lowest dog every body can take his food but he cannot take anybody else's. Since we are over Padfoot, we want him to learn he's the low dog on the totem pole. Just the older ones in our family are training him in this right now, but we are hoping to continue to teach him the younger children are over him too.
We were also taught not to tease dogs or run away from strange dogs. It's better to stand still or slowly back away so a dog does not chase and attack, as is it's natural instinct. They can sense fear.
That's all I can think of right now.