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Canine Education & Training featured in Blackpool Gazette

Our recent visit to Lytham Park Hall school in Lytham was featured in the Blackpool Gazette. To see the feature follow the link

http://www.blackpoolgazette.co.uk/news/education/pupils-learn-how-to-stay-fit-and-healthy-1-7111838

Canine Education & Training featured in Lancashire Evening Telegraph

Our recent visit to St Thomas school in Barrowford was featured in the Lancashire Evening Telegraph. To see the feature follow the link http://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/11786252.Dog_training_gives_Barrowford_pupils_paws_for_thought/

Canine Education & Training on Granada Reports

Shirley and Alan with Moses were featured on Granada Reports news. Paul Crone followed them as they delivered the Living Safely with Dogs Campaign in St Thomas School in Barrowford Lancashire. To see the feature  follow the link

http://www.itv.com/news/granada/story/2015-02-10/campaign-to-teach-children-about-dog-safety/

Canine Education & Training featured in Lancashire Evening Post

Today our Living safely with Dogs campaign was featured in the Lancashire Evening Post and we also featured on their website....to see the feature follow the link http://www.lep.co.uk/news/doggy-delights-for-youngsters-1-7093871

Canine Education & Training on Rock Fm

Today our projects were broadcast on Rock FM radio and we also featured on their website....to see the feature follow the link to the Rock FM site.

http://www.rockfm.co.uk/localnews/lancashire-project-hopes-to-prevent-dog-attacks-on-kids/

News release from Lancashire County Council

 

PR15/0037

For Immediate Release

29 January 2015

Children get advice to stay safe around dogs

A Lancashire project to reduce the number of dog bites on children has received extra funding.

Leyland-based Canine Education and Training has been given £750 from County Councillor Kim Snape, Lancashire County Council's Champion for Young People.

The aim is to reduce the number of dog bites on children and young people each year by helping them to be aware of how dogs behave and how to spot difficult situations.

Councillor Snape said: "We're pleased that the county council has been able to support this project. This money will be used to develop the programme and encourage more schools to join in, which will spread the message to more children.

"We've all seen incidents that are covered in the media where children have been injured or even killed by dogs. It's important that we help them to know how to stay safe."

The Living Safely with Dogs campaign is aimed at 5-16 year olds. It is organised by Canine Education and Training CIC, a not-for-profit organisation which was set up to educate children about how to live safely with dogs.

Canine Education and Training work with schools and children's organisations across Lancashire to raise awareness of dog behaviour and understand their body language and natural instincts. They also teach children how to defuse a dangerous situation if one arises, and how to live to live safely in the home with a pet dog.

Chief executive Shirley King said: “This is a new venture and one I feel is well overdue. Our children need to be taught how to be safe around dogs, as they are also the dog owners of the future, and we want them to grow up having a better understanding of how a dog thinks and behaves.”

The project has been well received by schools in the area and is delivered at no cost to the school, but the organisation asks that the school undertakes a fundraising activity which they will happily set up and organise. Each child receives important information about living safely with the dogs to take home.

In November 2014 the programme was delivered to over 1,100 children across Lancashire.

For more details about the company and to see the schools they've worked with, visit
www.cetcic.co.uk.


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