Sydney, Australia – July 8, 2015 – Dog Safety for Kids all new on-line classroom is leading the world in teaching children how to safely interact with man’s best friend – dogs. Founder, Bryce Chapman, along with his team has taught more than 2 million children in schools and kindergartens since the program was first established in 1992. Now Chapman is ready to take this globally to offer the training courses online. He has turned to the crowdfunding community for support by launching an IndieGoGo campaign to raise $50,000.
Around the world hundreds of thousands of dog bite incidents occur annually. In the United States, a staggering 885,000 occurrences and 200,000 incidents in the United Kingdom are reported each year. This number is continuing to grow and has seen an 82 percent increase since 1980 to 2012. Clearly, an affordable education is crucial to teach people how to properly handle these furry friends to lower the amount of unwanted accidents occurring each year.
The program includes how to properly communicate with dogs by knowing when to touch or stay away based on the canines body language, understanding when it is okay to ask to touch, steps to take in case of emergencies, and much more. Backers of the Kickstarter campaign will receive membership to the on-line classroom with access to valuable tips and strategies and a complete library of video lessons. They will also receive BONUS memberships to use in school fundraising or give away to teachers and parents to help build a safer community. Teachers, parents, dog owners, sponsors helping schools get the on-line classroom, and anyone that simply wants to learn to be safer around dogs can take advantage of this great deal.
To preview the B.E.S.A.F.E. program, visit the IndieGoGo campaign. Check out the many attractive rewards and make a contribution today by clicking here. Together, everyone can help Chapman impact the globe and launch this incredible program in the best quality possible.
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Company Name: Dog Safety for Kids
Contact Person: Bryce Chapman