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A little kid can get intimidated by three big dogs in the same space. She's used to one dog in her space, not three, and three dogs that are BIG. I would have her interact with only one dog at a time until she feels comfortable.
I disagree. Some dogs are just not wired the right way and no amount of training will fix it. It doesn't matter if the dog you have now is an outside dog. Accidents happen. You cannot be around the new dog 24/7 and neither can the trainer. And all it takes is one second for something to...
My dog had to have surgery for this too. Once I switched my dog's food to Royale Canin (per my vet's recommondation) he never had an issue after that. He lived healthy until he was 18 years old (rip). Dog food with too much protein can cause this.