We started WE SAVE DOGS so that no one has to suffer what our family has gone through.
We can tell you what to do if your dog has bitten someone, as well as showing you how to prevent your dog from biting.
Most importantly, If your dog has bitten someone You are not alone.There are over 4M dog owners every year who face what you may now be facing. In fact, 1/3 of all homeowners liability claims arise from dog bite incidents.
If you own a big dog, or certain breeds, you are already facing prejudice from neighbors, animal control, and prosecutors that hold you to a higher standard of responsibility.
The first and most important step in preventing dog bites is prevention. We will show how to use the best kinds of muzzles and leashes, so your dog will have less of a chance or inclination to bite someone.
We will offer toys, and advise on what to feed your dog to help him satisfy his need to chew.
We will also show you how easy it is to introduce your dog to the muzzles and leashes so wearing and using this equipment won't be a problem for them or you.
Additionally, if your dog has bitten someone and was seized, we can help you find the best animal rights lawyer in your area, and explain what rights you have so you can continue seeing and caring for your friend
through the legal process.
And once you get your friend back, we can show you how to handle everything from getting homeowners insurance and fencing, to how to handle animal control and the neighbors.
If you feel you are being abused by Animal Control, by Breed hysteria, by discrimination against the size or type of dog you own, we can tell you how to get the help you need.
We offer Free videos on dog training, feeding , equipment and the law.
We dedicate ourselves to Save Dogs.
Our mission is to create a big enough movement that will protect dog owners from the emotional and financial devastation they now face because their dogs may have bitten someone. We will lobby state and local governments to make the laws on dogs more reasonable so prosecutors cannot send dogs to overflowing Shelters when they can be rehabiliated. We must prevent the widespread and thoughtless euthanasia of our beloved pets.
Jumba and Imani during obedience training at Jefferson Township Pound.
Susan with Jumba and Imani. Read our story at www.http.savenjdogs.com/