Even though Dog Bite Prevention Week passed, it is never too lat
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Middle Township - Even though Dog Bite Prevention Week passed, it is never too late to protect yourself and your dog from the tragedy of dog bites. Children, elderly and mail carriers are the most frequent victims of dog bites in the home. The CDC has compiled suggestions to protect yourself and your family (http://bit.ly/2Xgz2Gs) including not disturbing a dog who is eating, sleeping or caring for pups. Supervise children and pets. Don't approach a strange dog. Do socialize and train your dog for years of loving companionship. No chaining outside. Your dog wants to be with you.