Keeping your dog safe in the big, bad, beautiful world
Our two BRAND NEW interactive dog safety programs were created specifically for trainers like you with these two goals in mind.
Much like boosters seat for toddlers, doggy booster seats are designed for smaller pets. They commonly take the form of a comfy box-like nest, which is held above the car seat by the arrangement of the seat belt. The effect is to raise the dog up so that he can see out the window without having to balance on his hind legs. To keep the dog from jumping out of the booster seat and to keep him safe in a crash, he must wear a harness.
Here’s an interesting story about a new business that caters to dog-lovers who blanch at the idea of simply tying up their best friend outside a store or restaurant. What if there were a safe. . .
“The Safe Dog Handbook is essential for avoiding pet mishaps” — VPI
This video shows kids how to stay safe around dogs.
Both are programs that give you everything you need to teach dog safety and have fun doing it! The programs are built around their own music videos for you to play in the classroom. Their catchy lyrics are the springboard for your dog safety talk, making it really easy to remember your lines and fun for the kids to repeat long after you leave!Up until now our industry has focused its child/dog safety message on how to deal with an unfamiliar dog approaching. But this statistic clearly shows it’s rather than how to react to a strange aggressive dog they may meet., too – not only to reinforce your important safety talk, but also because they’re the ones that pick up the phone when they need a dog trainer. That’s why we give you with your name, website and contact information.I offer hands-on, online and custom pet first aid certification and safety training for dog walkers, sitters, daycare, trainers and groomers— essential to help protect the pups in your care and show clients you take the responsibility of caring for their dogs seriously.Since 77% of bites come from a dog your kids may know and love — how do you protect them? By teaching them. And by keeping your kids safe, you're keeping dogs safe too.Make sure your kids watch this video too! Help them understand what dogs are saying and teach them the most important skill: WHEN TO STAY AND WHEN TO WALK AWAY. If you keep pointing it out, over time it will just become second nature to them. Not only will they understand your dog (if you have one), but knowing what dogs are feeling will keep them safer around the other dogs they meet too.