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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"

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!!"

Community visits

Teaching children how to approach dogs and stay safe around them is so important... whether that is with dogs that they encounter on their own, with friends or whilst out and about with their family.

Working within the remit of the Personal, Social, Health & Education and Citizenship curriculum, canine-human communication is covered as well as how to stay safe around dogs.

Teachers are encouraged to be involved as well, leading the way in the demonstrations of how to approach a dog to say hello.

Visits to Scout groups, Brownies and talks to organisations like the WI and networking groups all contribute to helping keep people safe around dogs in the community.

Dog Safety Education Executive - Dog Awareness session