It's common for children to be afraid of dogs, especially if they've had a negative experience with a dog in the past.
There are many reasons why children might be afraid of dogs. Some children may be afraid of the size of dogs, while others may be afraid of their barking or growling.
There are a few things you can do to help your child overcome their fear of dogs. First, it's important to be patient and understanding.
Start by exposing your child to dogs in a safe and controlled environment. For example, you could take them to a park where they can see dogs from a distance.
Once your child is comfortable seeing dogs from a distance, you can start introducing them to dogs that you know are friendly.
Reading books and watching videos about dogs can also help your child learn more about dogs and reduce their fear.
If your child's fear of dogs is severe or if it's interfering with their daily life, you may want to seek professional help from a therapist or counselor.