Here in England, anyone, of any age, can walk a dog, regardless of its size or its strength. Some say that it's right for a young child to learn to walk a dog from a young age. When Mum and Dad are out, isn't it more important that the dog gets to go out, than who walks it? It might even foster a sense of responsibility in the child. Others say that it's an accident waiting to happen. What if the dog slips the leash and runs off? What if it gets into a fight? What if it bites someone? Who can you hold responsible, being as in most countries you're not legally liable under 16 years of age? Does the child have the mental maturity and the physical strength to control a situation if it goes bad? Got a view?