Why Do Dog Bites Happen? Michelle Douglas Analyzes the Data on “The My Doggie Says…” Show

Sometimes children suffer dog bites with disastrous results.  Michelle Douglas, of The Refined Canine, is a past president of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers.  In this interview on the "My Doggie Says..." show, Michelle talks about a dog bite tragedy that occurred in her neighborhood -- and what can be done to prevent these accidents from happening.

Michelle Douglas

In this short clip (1:34), Michelle summarizes the results of research by the Canine Research Council on childhood dog bites.  Most incidents are a result of a child left alone with an unfamiliar dog in an unfamiliar place:   Here's the full podcast:  

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