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Dear Laura, never has an editorial been more true and personal. Having been attacked by a dog at a very young age, I carry a reminder of that day every time I look in the mirror? We have two dogs in our Steamboat family and more often than not parents will attempt to bring their small children within "striking distance" of our dogs without asking if it's ok to approach.
Parents should always ask first before approaching any dog, leashed or not. Never allow your child's face to come anywhere near an unfamiliar dog. Parents should teach their children to never approach a dog, leashed or not, regardless of how friendly it may seem, without their help. I cannot stress this one enough, a parent should NEVER allow their child's face to come anywhere near an unfamiliar dog or any dog, YOU, as the parent, don't have control over.
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Dear Responder, If i read your post correctly, " I do have siezures and was running a high risk of having one. ", then what are you doing driving a vehicle in the first place? You put more innocent people at risk every time you get behind the wheel of your car than were stuck trying to get home last night. Give up your license, move into town, and take the bus!!!
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