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SEMINAR: Be-A-Tree

This 60-90 minute presentation is aimed at families and children from Kindergarten through Elementary school. NO DOGS, PLEASE!

 

Did you know that around 50% of children will have been bitten by a dog by the time they reach 12 years of age?

THE MAJORITY OF CHILDREN GET BITTEN BY A DOG THEY KNOW. It could be the family dog, a friend's dog or nana's dog.

Evidence that education is important for dog bite prevention

Evidence that children do not know how to read dog body language

Cowichan Canine offers all families - whether you have a dog or not! - to take advantage of this presentation on dog bite prevention. Lisbeth Plant ACDBC KPACTP CBATI is a licensed presenter for the non-profit organization Doggone Safe. This organization is dedicated to promoting education for the purpose of dog bite prevention and increased child safety around dogs, as well as to provide support for dog bite victims.

The Be A Tree-programme is aimed at elementary school children, but it also works well for children 5-6 years of age. The presentation itself takes 45-60 minutes, but we also allow for a break and we do a lot of role play to help the children memorize the message.

The presentation includes physical activities, games and role play, as well as just listening.

Click here for more information about THE PROGRAMME.

Click here for REFERENCES from schools where we have taken this programme.

 

Location: Cowichan Canine Training Centre
106-5301 Chaster Road, Duncan

Inquiries:  1-778-455-1985 or email

~ NO DOGS, PLEASE! ~

25 / per family

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From doggonesafe.com:

Doggone Safe Mission and Mandate

Doggone Safe! Mission Statement

To promote education initiatives for the purpose of dog bite prevention and increased child safety around dogs and to provide support for dog bite victims.

Many of these originate from a Coroner's Jury Recommendations into the mauling death eight year-old Courtney Trempe in 1998 by a neighbour's dog.  Download the jury recommendations

Doggone Safe! Mandate

  • to provide low-cost educational materials for use in schools

  • to provide low-cost educational materials for use by community health departments

  • to provide educational materials to veterinarians for office display

  • to provide educational materials to family physicians for office display

  • to provide information and resources on raising puppies and training dogs in ways that do not promote aggression

  • to provide information and resources for parents and expectant parents with dogs

  • to provide information and resources for professionals who must visit or enter the homes of people with dogs during the course of their job

  • to promote the need for trauma counseling for dog bite victims and to provide victim support services

  • to provide services for dog bite victims and their families

 

 

 

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Hi Lizbeth, Stephanie and Glenda: Thought you would like to know, we took Dalli to the Duncan market on Saturday morning. She was a perfect lady, walked around with her tail wagging and held high all the time. She was friendly and outgoing to other people, and sniffed other people’s hands and let them pet her when we stopped to talk or purchase things from the different stalls. We then walked over to the Garage for coffee, sat outside and again, she was well behaved, let people pet her and she was actually licking their hands. This was her first outing in a busy people environment as we usually just leave her in the car or at home when we go out shopping. What a difference from a year ago when you first met her. Thank you, thank you! We’ll see you in the fall when we come for the agility courses. (Dalli was adopted a year ago from Mexico, and was fear-aggressive to people coming to the house.)

Greg & Terri Askham
Duncan

We have taken two dogs through Puppy Playgroup & Foundation. We are so pleased with how socialized our dogs are and well behaved. The methods that the trainers use at Cowichan Canine are amazing and we have to admit when we first started we didn’t think it would work with Siberian Huskies, not only did it work but one graduated with honours and the other was pretty darn close! Far exceeded our expectations of when we started the course. The Foundation class with Stephanie was absolutely brilliant and the dogs adored her. She was a wizard in convincing our very stubborn girl to actually want to play to learn! We wished they offered an advanced Foundation class to keep us coming back! We have signed up for the beginners scent detection so we are very excited to start a new chapter with our girls J January 20, 2018

Dee & Terry
Duncan, BC

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