Purchase a 30-pack of the DogsBite.org neighborhood safety brochure in preparation for National Dog Bite Prevention Week, May 20-26, 2012
Austin, TX April 25, 2012 -- DogsBite.org, a national dog bite victims' group dedicated to reducing serious dog attacks, announces a neighborhood safety campaign with a new brochure in preparation for National Dog Bite Prevention Week, May 20-26, 2012. The safety brochure, How to Keep Your Family Safe from Dangerous Dogs, contains 5 panels of important information, including images of dangerous dog breeds, and the back reserved for U.S. postal mailing.
The DogsBite.org safety brochure offers a 3-step guide to help protect individuals, their family members and cherished pets from potentially dangerous dogs that may be located in their immediate neighborhood. The steps include: How to identify dangerous dogs and the person(s) responsible for them, how to report violations, what types of violations to report, tips about collecting evidence and descriptions of the most dangerous scenarios to always avoid.
The DogsBite.org safety brochure comes in a 30-pack so that it can quickly be distributed to neighbors, friends or a classroom. The safety brochure set is available for purchase at a low cost at the DogsBite.org website:
In addition to the neighborhood safety brochure, DogsBite.org is releasing a series of safety flyers about dangerous dog breeds that present three powerful messages to parents, persons who work with children and community activists. Each safety flyer contains photographs to help people identify the two most dangerous dog breeds, as well as national statistical data from DogsBite.org. The safety flyers are "print-ready" and free for download and distribution.
DogsBite.org is a national dog bite victims' group dedicated to reducing serious dog attacks. Through our work, we hope to protect both people and pets from future attacks. Our website, www.dogsbite.org, was launched in October 2007 and contains a wide collection of data to help policymakers and citizens learn about dangerous dog breeds. Our research focuses on pit bull type dogs. Due to selective breeding practices that emphasize aggression and tenacity, this class of dogs negatively impacts communities the most. Our website hosts important dog bite studies, U.S. dog bite fatalities and other key bibliographies. In the Legislating Dogs portion of our site, we offer examples of breed-specific laws and documentation of the constitutionality of these laws. The Victim Realities section provides a glance into the unforgettable histories victims leave behind and much more. DogsBite.org operates out of Austin, Texas and can be contacted via: 512-650-8510 or . Research contributions and active website participation stems from individuals that span the United States of America and across the world.