Tag Archives: dog bite conference

2017 UK Dog Bite Prevention & Behaviour Conference

Posted on: August 5, 2016 - No Comments

Registration is now open for the fourth annual UK Dog Bite Prevention and Behaviour Conference which will be held on the south London campus of Kingston University on June 24-25, 2017. Now in its fourth year, this annual gathering of the leading minds in the animal world has become the UK’s preeminent dog training and behaviour-related Read More

Register for the 2016 UK Dog Bite Prevention & Behaviour Conference

Posted on: January 27, 2016 - No Comments

For the third straight year, renowned TV dog behaviour expert Victoria Stilwell has enlisted the help of the world’s top canine behaviour experts, specialists and educators to create the National Dog Bite Prevention & Behaviour Conference.

Jim Crosby Joins Victoria on BBC Radio London’s ‘Barking Hour’

Posted on: June 11, 2014 - No Comments

In London for this weekend's UK Dog Bite Prevention & Behaviour Conference, Victoria took fellow VSPDT, forensic dog bite investigator and good friend Jim Crosby along with her to her interview with Jo Good and Anna Webb on BBC Radio London's 'The Barking Hour' radio show. During  the 20 minute segment, they discussed the upcoming Read More

Register for the UK’s National Dog Bite Prevention & Behaviour Conference

Posted on: February 25, 2014 - No Comments

Renowned TV dog trainer, Victoria Stilwell has enlisted the help of the world’s top canine behaviour experts, lawyers, and educators to create the National Dog Bite Prevention & Behaviour Conference – a national event dedicated to finding practical and workable solutions to this universal problem through education and heightened awareness.

Miami Dog Bite Prevention Conference

Posted on: April 17, 2013 - 4 Comments

The Dog Bite Prevention Conferences are igniting a conversation about that need for education. We don't want to preach to the choir - we need teachers, doctors, lawyers, animal control officers, parents, and dog owners all to come together to begin to understand what does (and what does not) constitute a dangerous dog in order to stop these heartwrenching tragedies from occurring.