I have an honest question here regarding the DRC. I've read their policies and I agree with a lot of them but frankly the "no kids under 10" thing IMO is really off putting to me. I was a dog trainer pre kids. I've trained many dogs successfully or I should say helped people to train their dogs.Under the DRC's policies I would not be allowed to adopt any of their dogs since I have a 5 year old and an 8 year old. This was one reason we felt the need to go with a breeder.I understand why, in general, you would want to go with a family who has kids with a certain maturity level and even why some dogs are better placed without kids but I think there are exceptions and I personally think 10years of age is a pretty high/extreme limit. Brisby adores our kids and the relationship between kids and dog have impacted both in a significant positive way.Again I understand in general the reasoning but is there no bend there?I'm not trying to start a heated debate, I just want to know why the age limit was set at 10 years. It seems to discount a lot of potentially good families that could make loving homes.