Risk Assessments and YOU

Do you do risk assessments on the animals you work with?   If not, you should. But you say “I’m a groomer, I don’t try to train aggressive animals” or “I don’t allow aggressive dogs in my training classes.”  Even if you don’t intentionally work with aggressive animals, there is always the possibility that any animal…

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Cat Bite Prevention: It Should Get More Attention

Dog Bite Prevention Week occurred in May and was devoted to educating the public about the dangers of dog bites and ways to avoid them.  Certainly dog bites are a serious problem with an estimated 4.5 million people bitten in the U.S. each year.  But cats also injure people. And as the popularity of cats…

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