Tag Archives: dogs and children

VSPDT Holds Dog and Baby Safety Class

Posted on: May 21, 2014 - No Comments

New Jersey-based VSPDT Dee Broton, founder of Holistic Behavior Solutions, is conducting an educational series next month to help child caretakers learn how to keep dogs and babies happy and safe before, during, and after a baby's developmental stages. The event will include refreshments and a prize raffle, and will take place on Thursday, May Read More

Study to Show Impact of Therapy Dogs on Cancer

Posted on: May 13, 2014 - No Comments

Doctors and families have long known that therapy dogs can have a positive impact on children suffering from cancer, but until now, there has been no concrete research to back up that belief. Now, the American Humane Association is launching the first clinical trial to show the effects of animal-assisted therapy on young cancer patients Read More

Victoria Talks Dog and Baby Safety on HLN

Posted on: January 20, 2014 - No Comments

Victoria was featured on a segment with HLN's Mike Galanos, where she interacted live with a dog and a baby in the studio. She gave her top tips for keeping your new baby out of harm's way when you have an existing pet in your home, as well as how and when to safely introduce Read More

Teaching Dog Safety

Posted on: August 15, 2013 - No Comments

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 Read More

Smooch Your Pooch: A Cute Children’s Book with Unsafe Suggestions

Posted on: December 14, 2010 - 5 Comments

If I were judging this book just on it’s overall cuteness and character, this book would get a top score. The cartoons are engaging, the rhymes catchy, and the overall message of “dogs are fun” is great. It’s clear that the intentions of the books are good. The authors are encouraging children to make the Read More