I was frightened to even touch my boy, also called Dylan, after his MRI because they also gave him a spinal tap and his back was shaved You do get used to it, how to hold them, how to pick them up etc. it took me ages. I do really understand how you feel. He won't know he has to watch his back with the big dogs so no, you are not being paranoid, you're just being a good mum. It's up to you to protect him. I keep Dylan on a very long lead in the park, it's designed for a horse. He gets a run but if any big dogs come along, I gather him in.
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