It is within your power to prevent dog bite incidents from happening to your child. It’s called “parenting” try it some time!

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Hello everyone! I hope that the weather where you are is warm and conducive to lots of outdoor play for you and your dog. Spring and summer are great seasons aren’t they? You get a chance to get out more, take walks see the sights, get some fresh air, perfect really!

Spring and summer ( and most of the fall) bring out the dog owners and their pets. At this time of year we see dogs everywhere don’t we? But dog owners aren’t the only ones taking advantage of the great weather, we also see a lot more parents out with children. It is those parents that I wish to address today.

Most of you (in my experience) will allow your children to run right up to a strange animal they meet on the street. You see nothing wrong with allowing junior to boisterously approach a leashed animal being walked…

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Teaching your child to respect animals could prevent a dog bite incident.

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1958484_850074061673626_1795251687_n This poster is currently circulating Facebook. I have passed it on myself because it is true. People really need to start using their brains when it comes to children interacting with dogs. The above images might look cute, but they are dangerous because every one of these dog owners decided to invade their dog’s personal space and/or allowed their pets to be mishandled by their children, for a photo op!

Right now some of you may be scoffing at my words, but if you are the parent of a child that lives with a dog and you have allowed any of this type of behavior to take place between your child and your dog and thought it was okay, you have no business being a dog owner.

In the above video we can clearly see a child attempting to ride this big dog. It is clear from the start that…

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