Dallas, TX (PRWEB) January 14, 2014
Camp Bow Wow - Dallas High Five is participating in a new Dog Bite Prevention Program initiated by the Camp Bow Wow national pet care franchise. The program will help to educate children and their families about ways to prevent dog bites.
The program offers a fun and informative way to teach children how to interact with a dog. Camp Bow Wow - Dallas High Five will visit venues throughout the local community to conduct a reading of “Scout Says, ‘Dogs Get Nervous, Too.’” The book is written from a dog’s perspective and helps youngsters understand not only what can make a dog nervous or fearful, which can cause them to bite, but how to interact with dogs in a way that's fun and safe for all.
Guests will receive a copy of the book, as well as a magnetic photo frame and a bookmark. There is no cost to attend the program, which is aimed for children ages 3-12.
The Dog Bite Prevention Program is part of Camp Bow Wow - Dallas High Five’s continuing community outreach and education. Readings will be offered at elementary schools in North Dallas and Richardson, and other dog-friendly locations around Dallas. Those interested in hosting a reading at their school, library, or business can contact Michelle Martin at 214-575-9663 for more information.
About the company:
Camp Bow Wow® is North America's premier doggy day and overnight camp. At Camp Bow Wow, pups reap the benefits of exercise and socialization while having lots of fun romping and playing with their canine friends. Campers will receive the highest level of care at all times, whether they are there for just the day, overnight, or for an extended period of time. And best of all, dog owners can see for themselves how much fun their pup is having by viewing online Camp Cams®. To learn more about Camp Bow Wow - Dallas High Five, visit their website at http://www.campbowwow.com/dallashighfive or their Fan Page at http://www.facebook.com/CampBowWowDallasHighFive.