Choosing a new four-legged member of your family is not as easy as you might think. There are many important factors that you need to consider before getting a dog—especially if you have small children. While dogs are considered man’s best friend, you need to be sure that your breed of choice will get along with not only your own children, but other young visitors and neighbors. Not all dog breeds can be trained to get along with kids. Worse, some breeds even command a homeowners insurance premium hike. Here are the top 24 dog breeds experts agree should not be around children and young families.