No one likes to see adults or children bitten and injured by dogs. However, the vast majority of dog bite incidents can be avoided with some educational training about dog behavior, as well as training to help children and non-owners recognize the warning signs to further reduce the risk of accidental dog bites.
As a dog owner, it can be easy to be naïve in the ways of the law. After all, a dog owner can be preoccupied with ensuring that their dog has a healthy and proper lifestyle – dog training can be exhaustive work, after all. But when focusing on a dog’s behavior gets to the point that you… Read More »
We’ve all been there – whether we had a paper route as a kid, we work as a mailman as an adult, or simply have taken a friendly neighborhood stroll once in a while, we’ve encountered a dog that didn’t particularly like us. In fact, some of these dogs can really be quite scary, even if many of… Read More »
A dog bite can be a traumatic event resulting in serious injury. Multiple deaths are reported each year as a result of the most vicious attacks. Often a bite will result in permanent scarring, nerve damage and a significant risk of infection. Many times there is psychological harm that lasts well beyond the physical injury.