Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Dog Bite Prevention

Can Dog Bite Prevention Actually Prevent Dog Bites?


Wear your seat belt. Glop on sunscreen. Maybe you do these things even though you remember the “good ol’ days” when seat belts were optional, even though you dislike the feel of sunscreen (like yours truly), and even though there aren't any immediate, tangible benefits.

But you're trying to be responsible. When you wear a seatbelt or apply sunscreen, you could, ostensibly, add a check to the columns, ‘Working to Decrease Chance of Auto-Related Death or Injury,’ and ‘Working to Decrease Chance of Skin Cancer.’ While there are no guarantees, these and other risks are identifiable, and over time we've developed strategies to ward against them.
‘Avoiding Being Bitten By a Dog’ should also have its own column. As traumatic and upsetting and out-of-the blue as dog bites might feel, we actually know a lot about dog bites — particularly the conditions under which they are likely to occur. Like with car crashes and skin cancer, it’s possible to take preventative measures to keep human bodies safe from dog bites, and it starts with building up a dog-bite-prevention mindset.  Read the entire article

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