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Health Visitors

"I did not think my fear of dogs would be resolved  in one training session! I believe this was possible  through the excellent interpersonal skills and friendliness of  the trainers"

Postal Service

"I stroked a Rottweiler!!"

Social Services

"You have  liberated me from a lifetime fear. I have had Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, but it did not come anywhere near close to what happened today. Its hard  to believe that I stroked those dogs"

 

Other comments


"The trainers were excellent, course content relevant, excellent!!"

 

"I did not think my fear of dogs would be resolved  in one training session! I believe this was possible through the excellent interpersonal skills and friendliness of  the trainers."

 

"I feel that I know how to act now and it has built confidence"

 

"You have liberated me from a lifetime fear- I have had CBT, but it did not come anywhere near close to what happened today. Its hard to believe that I stroked those dogs!!"

 

"The course should have been longer"

 


"The trainers were excellent, course content relevant, excellent!!"

Put The Camera Down Campaign

The Dog Safety Education Executive’s, ‘Put the Camera Down’ campaign, is greatly needed to raise awareness regarding child safety.

Along with many other dog professionals, dog enthusiasts, dog owners and parents, we are finding the rise in ‘cute’ videos and images of children behaving inappropriately with dogs alarming to say the very least.

It appears that this bizarre phenomenon is taking over social media sites and some of these are quite simply horrific; not only because of the inappropriate and disrespectful way that the dogs are treated, but because of the unquestionable danger in which these babies and young children are placed. It is needless, it is mindless and it sends the wrong message to dog owning parents not to mention, children and young adults.

Something has to be done to start the re-education programme; we believe it starts when you Put the Camera Down and be part of the interaction rather than observing it behind a lens. Start to see what is really going on instead of watching, take action and support us in Keeping You Safe around Dogs.