Summer camp teaches children dog-safety techniques

08/4/2011 | KHSL-TV (Chico, Calif.)

A two-week summer camp in California brings children and dogs together in an effort to teach the children more about animals and safe methods for training and help the dogs become ready for adoption. Learning proper body language and how to avoid eye contact with unfamiliar dogs is part of the course. "Children seem to be the ones that get the short end of the stick a lot of times, and they are also the ones that seem to get bitten in the face; the main reason for that is that they are more eye level with the dog than adults are," said Redding Animal Regulation Captain LeeAnne Smith.

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