Dog Parks-a good idea or a terrible idea?

I love dogs. I have taken my dogs to parks many times including dog parks. However, now that I have been handling dog bite cases for over two decades, I cannot allow myself or my dogs into dog parks. First

Protect your Children from Dog Bites

Prevent a child from being bitten by following these guidelines described in an April 2013 edition of The AAP News which is the official news magazine for the American Academy of Pediatrics (Volume 34,Number 4, April 2013). The Article is

Ever Wonder Why Kids are often Bitten in Facial Area by Dogs? Read This:

Contrary to what you might think, it may not be solely due to the proximity of a small child to the level of the dog’s head.  Read this interesting article regarding dog bites to children. http://injuryprevention.bmj.com/content/16/Suppl_1/A172.4.full.pdf+html?eaf Click to order my

Dog Bite Prevention Week in Mid-May-postal Carriers and Couriers are Often Victims

NALC Director of Safety & Health Brian Hellman urges NALC branches to alert members that as spring arrives, dogs are outside more often. Now is the time to include dog bite awareness information in your safety and health awareness program.

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