How to Prevent dog bites & be a responsible dog owner:
- Keep your dog in an adequately fenced enclosure which is locked to prevent unauthorized access. Do not keep your dog on a chain.
- Control your dog with a hand-held leash when away from home.
- Spay or neuter your dog. Altering will reduce your dog’s desire to roam, making confinement an easier task. Unaltered dogs are up to 3 times more likely to bite than dogs that have been spayed or neutered.
- Properly train and socialize your dog.
- Don’t play aggressive games (wrestling, tug-of-war, allowing to play-bite a person) with your dog.
- If you don’t know how your dog will react to a new situation, be cautious. Never leave your dog unattended with a small child.
- Ensure that your dog is vaccinated against rabies and properly licensed.
Safety tips on how to avoid being bitten include:
- Never approach an unfamiliar dog.
- Never run from a dog and scream.
- Remain motionless when approached by an unfamiliar dog.
- If knocked over by a dog, roll into a ball and lie still.
- Never permit a child to play with a dog without adult supervision.
- Do not disturb a dog that is sleeping, eating, or caring for puppies.
- Do not pet a dog without allowing it to see and sniff your first.
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