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Launch of Free School Dog Safety Education Programme

A free dog safety education programme has been launched and is now available to Staffordshire primary schools. The Bark Busters’ ‘Dally Says’ scheme was launched by Staffordshire-based dog therapist Isla Clarke to pupils at Spring Croft Primary School, Blythe Bridge.

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

Launch of Free School Dog Safety Education Programme

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