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Living with dogs in remote communities

Living with Dogs in remote communities - how to stay safe and get your job done

This 3 page info sheet discusses how to recognise dog behaviours and dangerous situations.  It also gives advice on different ways to deal with these situations in the short and long term, to reduce the risk of being attacked or bitten by a dog in a remote community.  

For more information on Living with dogs in remote communities, see the Staying Safe Around Dogs DVD. The DVD was developed to keep safe the children and adults living and working in remote communities. Buy the Staying Safe Around Dogs DVD

Key words: bite, bites, safe, safety, safely, awareness, behaviour, attack, dangerous, cheeky, aggressive, aggression

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