Technology designed to teach children proper behavior around pets

03/4/2010 | ABC News

Researchers at the University of Alabama are testing software designed to teach children how to properly behave around pets in an effort to reduce the incidence of dog bites, which the Centers for Disease Control say affect 4.5 million Americans per year. The Blue Dog software is being tested on a group of about 100 children of dog owners.

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