How is it that legislators around the world continue to quote and cite dogsbites so called “statistics”? Which are little more then fanciful ramblings from washed up ex journos with out one legitimate animal/canine expert on staff at the organization how is it these nincompoop legislators continue to use their garbage claiming it to…… Continue reading Dogsbite.org Disclaimer acknowledges “no professional advice”!
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates half of all children 12 years-of-age and under have been bitten by a dog. In many cases, teasing or an unintentional provocation, such as appoaching a dog while it’s eating or sleeping, can lead to a dog bite or even worse, an attack. The vast majority of…… Continue reading Dog Bite Statistics
I call BS! Somewhat puzzling but typical of Dogsbite founder Colleen Lynn on the sites first page in the “about us” section they clearly claim to be the world’s leading source for information and data based on their own research. As you can see they seem to be quite political and obviously involved in…… Continue reading Dogsbite.org – No Professional Advice
The fundamental research question being addressed in this thesis is whether breed specific regulation is a flawed approach to reducing dog bite injury. The overall research question was to be addressed through consideration of a set of more specific research questions. 1. Is there any evidence that current breed specific regulation is effective? 2.…… Continue reading Bsl a Dogsbite hoax?
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Dogsbite.org is not an “expert” organization when it comes to canine behavior. There, I’ve said it. While it seems that lately, several media outlets have been treating them like they have a particular knowledge on the subject of dog bites and attacks (I’ll get to a possible “why” on that later in…… Continue reading The Truth Behind Dogsbite.org by Brent Toellner