Archive | September, 2012

Dispelling Dangerous Dog Myths

There are so many misconceptions about the concept of dangerous dogs, partly fuelled by rumours and counter-rumours, with many people seemingly prepared to pass on misinformation that’s claimed to be concrete fact. The problem is exacerbated by the understandable furore that erupts each time a person is attacked by a canine. In recent decades, the [...]

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Dangerous Dog Laws in the UK

Over the years, we have all seen various media reports on TV and in newspapers about tragedies that have occurred as a result of dog attacks, and it’s a sad but inevitable fact that more will undoubtedly take place in the future. Unfortunately, there is a tendency to assume that all dogs are therefore dangerous, [...]

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Staying Safe on the Road

In the modern world, the age of the car has changed the way we live our lives perhaps forever. We can drive to and from our workplaces, take our families away on holidays and visit far-off friends and relatives without having to rely on the vagaries of a public transport network. It all seems so [...]

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National Road Victim Month

For many of us, there are no words that can adequately describe the desolation felt when we lose a loved one, and it’s perhaps even more difficult when that special someone dies suddenly and without warning. Every year, thousands of people are killed in tragic circumstances on our roads, and for those who are left [...]

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