Dogs Bite: But Balloons & Slippers Are More Dangerous
CPDT-KA CEUs: 1
IAABC CEUs: 1
KPA CEUs: 1
Dogs are dangerous. And they are more dangerous to children than adults. Not as dangerous, of course, as kitchen utensils, drapery cords, five-gallon water buckets, horses, or cows. Not nearly as dangerous as playground equipment, swimming pools, skateboards or bikes. And not remotely as dangerous as family, friends, guns or cars. In this telecourse, Janis discusses the research she did for her recently released book (of the same name), which explores the reality of dog bites and dog fatalities.
Jans Bradley has taught with Jean Donaldson at the San Francisco Academy of Dog Trainers since 2000. She is the author of “Dogs Bite: But Balloons & Slippers are More Dangerous.
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