Download "You're Scaring Me! A Lesson in Dog Bite Prevention" PowerPoint Presentation

Do you want to help teach kids how to read body language and how to appropriately greet a dog? If so, download the You're Scaring Me! A Lesson in Dog Bite Prevention PowerPoint presentation.  Use this PowerPoint presentation for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES for FREE. The presentation contains a video and cartoons that clearly illustrate to children why dogs bite and what people can do to prevent getting bitten. 

Your download will include

  • a PowerPoint presentation + Quicktime video to embed into the presentation: 
    In order to use this PowerPoint presentation, you will need to insert the the video into slide 2 and your computer will need to have the ability to play quicktime videos. Instructions for insertion are on slide 2. You must be familiar enough with powerpoint to be able to troubleshoot this process on your own or with help from friends or other resources.  We will not be available to help you troubleshoot.
  • a .wmv version of the video for those with older versions of PowerPoint that do not support Quicktime movies



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  • You may use copies of this Presentation for Free for EDUCATIONAL USE ONLY. No commercial use of this Presentation is allowed. To register and download a free copy of this Presentation for Educational Use, fill out the form to the right.
  • Users of this Presentation for Educational Use must use the Presentation in its entirety. Removal of individual slides from within the Presentation is not permitted. Use of individual slides from the Presentation is not permitted.
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