Children tend to be irresistibly attracted to dogs. Sometimes this makes for undesired situations. Not often children approach dogs in ways through which a dog feels threatened. A dog can snarl, give lip or even bite.
Most often the dog means no harm but is only being fed the wrong signals, feels threatened and exhibits a natural reaction.
Such unpleasant experiences make for children developing a fear of dogs.
All of this is unnecessary if children are taught how dogs think and act, how they should be approached and how to build to a good relationship with them.
Doctor Dog offers lessons for children with the aid of our own dogs.
Through examples children are taught how to approach dogs and how definitely not to. Lessons are available to groups as well as individual children.
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