Category Archives: Dog Bite Prevention

What does a wagging tail mean?

When dogs become nervous or unsure of other dogs, people or other triggers; they will show various stress relieving behaviors. Some of these behaviors may include: turning their head or whole body away from the trigger, licking their lips or … Continue reading

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Feisty Fidos Gain Confidence

Feisty Fidos are “yellow light” dogs who are safe with people but show some reactivity toward other dogs making it difficult to take them to public places where they are likely to encounter other dogs.  Whereas, “green light” dogs are … Continue reading

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Product Review: Spray Shield, Animal Deterrent Spray

Unfortunately, not everyone whom walks their dog in public places takes the time and commitment to participate in dog training.  Case in point, one day I was walking a small little dog at the local park when two young girls, … Continue reading

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12 Tips for Dog Bite Prevention

“Every year, more than 4.7 million Americans are bitten by dogs, with more than half of all victims younger than age 14,” according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.   Many children are bitten in the face when they try … Continue reading

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Dog Kisses: the Good, the Bad, & the Ugly

The unconditional affection from a dog is an amazing thing and many times this includes wet dog kisses.  Many people who pet your dog will allow and even encourage your dog to kiss them up and down the side of … Continue reading

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