Teaching Dog Safety

Victoria was featured in the August 2013 issue of New York Resident.

The one-page editorial feature, written by Victoria, entitled “Teaching Dog Safety” discussed why children are more likely to be bitten by dogs than adults and provided simple rules and signals to keep yourself safe when interacting with dogs. Victoria stated, “In general dogs make wonderful companions but need to be treated with care and respect. Most dogs are very friendly but others show aggression because they’re fearful, frustrated or protecting something that is important to them.”

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