Humans largely misunderstand dogs. In most cases, biting is a normal dog behaviour, but when a dog bites too many, people interpret this as a bad dog and take inappropriate action. Everyone should learn bite prevention.
The dog that bites is not necessarily a mean or bad dog. It is just a dog doing what is natural in communication and the situation.
To prevent dog bites, it is important to understand dogs better. What motivates a dog to bite? How do dogs communicate? Understanding different drives in dogs. How Can I tell if the dog will bite? How should I react? What do I do to prevent dog bites? How can I modify the dog's behaviour? What do I do If I get attacked or bit?
We provide Customized Educational Programs and Training Seminars to teach dog bite prevention to anyone in need.
Contact us for more information on our bite prevention services for by-law officers, utility workers, post workers, animal control officers, schools, preschools, parents, or expecting parents.
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