Bow Wow “Ow!” has been a successful part
of teaching children how to be safer around dogs for over 15 years!
BOW WOW”OW!” -
- IS A CHILD FRIENDLY VIDEO
- HELPS TEACH CHILDREN HOW TO ACT RESPONSIBILITY AND SAFELY WHEN INTERACTING WITH DOGS
- PROVIDES BASIC INFORMATION ON DOG COMMUNICATION
- INCLUDES MORE THAN 12 DOG SAFETY TEACHING POINTS
- IS CURRENTLY BEING USED IN PROGRAMS IN 25 STATES & THE GALAPAGOS & VIRGIN ISLANDS
- IS NOW AVAILABLE FREE
FOR VIEWING AND DOWNLOAD AT
- SCHOOL-BASED DOG SAFETY PROGRAMS
- NEW PET OWNER ORIENTATION AT ANIMAL SHELTERS
- VETERINARY CLINIC WAITING ROOMS
- PUPPY DOG TRAINING CLASSES
- CHILDREN'S DAY CARE CENTERS
Kids and dogs can experience a wonderful relationship together – when dogs are properly trained and socialized, and adults use common sense to put safety first.
The Children's Dog Bite Prevention Charitable Fund and their sponsors welcome you to their web site where you can use the links above to download your copy of:
- Free 'Bow Wow “Ow!”, Learning To Be Safe with Dogs' video
- Free, fun coloring pages that portray teaching points to help children learn to be safe with dogs. (English with Spanish translations)
- Free Cool Certificate listing the teaching points to review and to share
The 'Bow Wow “Ow!”' video helps teach children how to act responsibly and safely when interacting with dogs. This 8-minute, animated / live action video provides basic information on dog communication. The video addresses more than 12 common situations where children could have a negative experience with dogs and then illustrates the proper behavior children should possess while in each situation. These teaching points, along with common sense and adult supervision, will go a long way in preventing dog bite-related injuries.
TELLY AWARD FINALIST
YOU CAN ALSO DOWNLOAD OUR FREE IBOOK HERE
Learning To Be Safe with Dogs
The State of Nevada and WAAAHOO Productions do not guarantee that
these educational materials will prevent children from being bitten or attacked by
their dog or other dogs. Dogs are animals and animal behavior is unpredictable.
Children should be supervised at all times, around dogs, even the family pet.
Children should be taught not to approach strange dogs.
All content and animated figures on this video are the property of the state of Nevada &
WAAAHOO Productions & may not be copied or used for any other purposes
This educational video made possible by contributions from:
Nevada Department of Agriculture
State Farm Companies Foundation
Western Veterinary Conference
Sunrise Children’s Hospital & Medical Center
Sierra Pacific Resources / Nevada Power
Eugene L. Kirshbaum Foundation
International Game Technology
USE THE LINKS ABOVE TO VIEW OR DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE:
VIDEO, LESSON PLAN, ACTIVITY BOOKLET, AND COOL CERTIFICATE OR IBOOK
WHAT THEY ARE SAYING:
•Sharon Bartlett, Wayside Waifs Humane Society, Kansas City, MO
We have used your video program for several years now in our stand-alone Safety Around Animals presentations and in the Pet Safety portion of our weeklong Anti-Violence Program in area schools. This video is hands-down the best resource of its kind for the 3rd-5th grade children we present to most often. Thank you for making it available, and keep up the excellent work!
•Emma Clifford, Animal Balance, San Francisco, CA
I just wanted to drop you a line and let you know that the BOW WOW OW video was a great hit on the Galapagos. We used it combined with the fun pages at all the local schools on Isabela Island. The kids really enjoyed the classes and we are thrilled at their response.
• Robin Disotell (founder) , K-9 Soulmates Society
Again I saw how invaluable your tape and video are for the children. The video seems to really grasp their attention….
•Linda M. Bobot CPDT, The Teacher's Pet Dog Training LLC
This has been such a hit in the programs I have done previously. The appeal to kids and adults is terrific! Thanks!