2017/18 – 500 Children Received Stop, Look & Paws Child/Dog Safety Activity Sets Thanks to Local Supporters!
My goal was to provide a free copy of Stop, Look & Paws child/dog safety activity to each student in Kindergarten.
Once you have successfully introduced your baby and your dog, now if is time to start to build a bond between the two. There are simple things that you can do everyday to create a beautiful relationship.
When your dog is meeting a baby for the first time it is important that this greeting goes smoothly. Find out tips that you can do to be prepared and make this a successful and happy encounter. This is part 3 of a 4 part series about babies and dogs.
Communication with your dog is crucial when life is busy, especially with a new baby in the house. Find out what commands are so important and how to use them to create a safe and harmonious environment. This is part 2 of a 4 part series about babies and dogs.
You’ve had your own 4-legged baby for a few years and now a new baby is joining the family. How do you make sure things go smoothly with the family dog?
Wouldn’t it be great to have the kids walk the family dog?!! There are two things to be aware of before you had over the leash.
I offer free dog body language presentations to lower elementary school classrooms in my town of Petaluma.
As a former elementary school teacher and now current dog trainer, I have seen the results of dog bites to children.
I developed Stop, Look and Paws as one tool that can start the process of understanding some basic canine body language and thereby prevent dog bites.