Dogs are not called “man’s best friends” for nothing. Dogs are naturally caring, sociable animals that are dear to humans. However, there are a few instances when these lovely creatures attack people, causing injuries.
Even though dog bite accidents are fairly common in the United States, it does not mean that Americans have to take the issue lightly. According to statistics, dozens of Americans get killed due to dog bite accidents, which is why it is imperative for everyone to take all precautionary measures in owning or petting dogs.
Dog bite accidents are one of the most common forms of personal injuries in the United States. According to the data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 4.5 million people get bitten by dogs each year in the country.
Weather you deliver stuff to peoples homes or own a dog and have delivery persons come to your home, you will find ways to prevent "The Mailman Syndrome." This is when a dog becomes reactive specifically to delivery people.
As a UPS driver and a dog trainer I can tell you for sure that a dog will react completely differently to me when I visit as a dog trainer or as a delivery driver in a uniform, and the dogs behavior is drastically different when the owner is not home.
Dog owners are responsible for their dog’s behavior in preventing potential harm to people, other animals and home insurance premiums.