I already know that Maggy is very mouthy and nips and chews and grabs ankles, pants, shirts, you name it... and we're working on that, but this is a little different. When she does it to my daughter, who is four and also the smallest member of the house, it's different. (We have six people, four are children, but the boys are a lot bigger and I don't know if this has anything to do with it, pack wise, to the dog) Any who, when Maggy does the whole "nip your pants as soon as you move" thing to her, she also barks at her and kind of has a stand off with her. She doesn't so that with anyone else. It freaks my kid out and though I am trying to teach her to react firmly and calmly, of course being a four year old girl she screeches and over reacts. Obviously getting Maggy more excited. Is Maggy going for a pack spot sense my daughter is the smallest/weakest one in the house or is it simply because my daughter reacts like that? Maggy never barks at anyone else in the home like that. It's like the dog is trying to keep her from moving or something. Any tricks, advice, or insight? I'm willing to train the kid as well as the dog though I think the dogs gonna be easier!