Thursday, January 31, 2013

Family Paws Parent Education on the Positively Podcast with Victoria Stilwell

By Jennifer Shryock

Family Paws Parent Education is dedicated to dog and baby/toddler safety through education. When incidents happen that involve children and dogs I feel extremely frustrated and motivated to provide more education to help prevent future accidents. I was glad to have the opportunity to chat with Victoria Stilwell who shares the passion of education and prevention. This podcast is filled with resources and I encourage you to listen and spread the word!


In the podcast I mention Windsor our wonderful family dog who was chained up for the first 5 years of his life. We adopted Windsor in 2008. His before and after image and story is amazing. Here is a document created by the National Canine Research Council that shows the difference between a resident dog and a family dog.

I highly recommend anyone interested in spreading dog safety awareness visits Doggone Safe and donates or purchases a Be A Tree Kit for their local schools!

Liam J Perk Foundation is doing wonderful works raising dog awareness. Please visit their site and learn more!

Together we can make a difference in the lives of dogs and children!
"I am a Be a Tree presenter...I love Doggone Safe!" - Victoria Stilwell

1 comment:

  1. Some people argue dogs have thrived on leftovers and scraps from their human owners for thousands of years, and commercial dog foods (which have only been available for the past century) contain poor-quality meats, additives, and other ingredients dogs should not ingest, or that commercial dog food is not nutritionally sufficient for their dogs. Most store-bought pet food comes in either dry form, also known as kibble, or wet, canned form and that home food for dogs are the best.