Dog Crossing Signs for National Dog Bite Awareness Week
May 17- 23 is National Dog Bite Awareness Week. Dogs are wonderful however sometimes when they feel threatened or they feel their family needs protection dogs feel the need to bite. This is not their fault as they are only doing what they feel is necessary based on the situation. Therefore during this week thoughts should go to the education and prevention of putting a dog in a situation where they might bite someone. Dog Crossing Signs are one of the best ways to educate the public that a dog is present. Dog Crossing Signs prevent situations where dogs might bite someone and are available in general purpose or specific breed signs like Rottweiler, Pit Bull or Doberman. It is the responsibility of the dog owner to do their part to allow people the opportunity to stay clear of dogs and dog crossing signs serve that purpose.