Recent NCRC Blog Posts
- New Edition of “Dog Bites: Problems and Solutions”
- Breed-specific legislation on the decline
- National Canine Research Council & Safe Humane Selected As Winners In The 35th Annual Telly Awards
- Associated Press reports on NCRC video series that keeps both family dogs and police officers safe.
- National Canine Research Council is growing.
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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Title: Legislative Approaches to Creating Safe, Humane CommunitiesLocation: University of Toronto School of Law, Falconer House Solarium, 84 Queen’s Park Cresent WestLink out: Click hereDescription: A panel discussion sponsored by the American Bar Association, TIPS Section, Animal Law Committee, and … Continue reading
Every study completed to date has found breed specific legislation to be completely ineffective in reducing the incidence of dog bites. Now a study of pet dogs in Spain published in The Journal of Veterinary Behavior, offers new insight into … Continue reading