March 28, 2012
Education is the key and this organization is the first I found that was so open and upfront with their information. Excellent advice, tips, and knowledge for people who might come in contact with an aggressive dog. However, I feel a large factor is missing. Education, knowledge, and responsibility for dog owner's is the main key for dog bite prevention. Where are the pamphlets of information for dog owners and what they can do to prevent their dog from attacking or biting. If the owner's were aware of their dog's body language, responsible with their training and handling, the education for others would not be as crucial as it is.
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