Quoting .Mommy.:" It was a bite. About an inch wound, not deep though. It bled a little bit, but not much. He's a small ... [snip!] ... to when he's eating. He pulls on his legs (he has hip problems so it hurts), he kicks him sometimes. Pulls him by his harness. "
maybe just teach the child not to hurt the dog and annoy him, frenchies are small so although any dog can cause harm it isnt as strong as say a staffy, i have an american staff and hes so boistrous, my 9 month old has pulled his face skin poked him in the eyes and rammed him with the walker 10000000 times, the dog always just runs away, he has got pissed off with my son once and growled so we put him in the garden for an hour and he hasnt done it since, i do believe though with all dogs and babies/young children never leave them alone, dogs can snap at any time and i have even heard of a guy who called my friend (shes a vet) and said he needed to put his am staff down because something terribles just happened, the am staff was 2 years old and the guy had a 2 and 3 year old daughters well the dog had always been such a lovely dog, never growled never showed any aggression and one day the kids were in the kitchen with the dog the dad went into the living room and heard growling and then an ear piercing scream coming from the 3 year old, the dog had ripped the top of her scalp off and damaged her eye, shes still in hospital now it was months ago, the guy even felt guilty putting the dog to sleep, but that little girl is going to be scarred for life, it just takes a split second, i would never trust my dog and baby alone together even though hes not at all agressive.