Protecting your child from a dog bite

Written by Sophie Evans

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If you own a dog you are responsible for its behaviour and must make sure that there is never a situation where it may bite someone, especially a child. Dogs should be socialised as puppies so that they are used to humans and not just people that are known to them. They should also be trained inrepparttar basic commands such as sit and stay. Unfortunately, it is impossible to completely control a dog; a dog that is normally placid and friendly can become aggressive suddenly and without warning. They are hunting animals and their natural instinct is to attack when irritated. When provoked, chased or encouraged to become excitable they are more likely to bite.

If you have been bitten by a dog you should obtainrepparttar 150515 owners details, including insurance information so that you can make a compensation claim fromrepparttar 150516 owner ofrepparttar 150517 dog. You should seek medical advice if you have serious wounds or wounds that could become infected.

Sadly, dog bites are extremely common, however, if a dog is properly trained and supervised at all timesrepparttar 150518 chance of an accident happening can be minimised. It is also advisable to have adequate insurance that will cover you should your dog bite someone. If you have been bitten by someone else’s dog and it can be shown thatrepparttar 150519 dog has been aggressive before, then you can claim compensation for a personal injury. Claiming compensation can help you to get your life back on track and compensate you for any losses incurred, such as loss of earnings or medical expenses.

To make a dog bite compensation claim call YouClaim on 0800 10 757 95 or visit to find more information about dog bites and claiming compensation.


Editorial notes: YouClaim provides full accident compensation services. Helps people to claim compensation for all types of injury from whiplash to head injuries.

By Sophie Evans – Compensation following a non fault accident.

By Sophie Evans – Compensation following a non fault accident.

Health Care Costs – Can Your Diet Control Them?

Written by Robb Ksiazek

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  • Buy healthy foods. We are always in a hurried state, trying to getrepparttar most of our time. Unfortunately, out lack of time tends to send fast food and processed food onto our dinner plates.
  • Learn to cook. The more comfortable you are inrepparttar 150514 kitchen allows for a wider variety of foods. You’ll eat better, and enjoy it much more. Community education offers great, inexpensive classes.
  • Exercise regularly. You don’t have to hitrepparttar 150515 gym everyday, just go for a 30 minute walk inrepparttar 150516 mornings or evenings. It’s relaxing too.
  • Sleep. Your body needs to recharge after a long day, and you can never catch up on lost sleep. Eight hours is just about right. Consistency is also a key ingredient to sleep.
  • Don’t feel guilty. We all slip up once in a while. Just limit your impulses to small portions. One scoop of ice cream instead of two.

You’ll soon notice thatrepparttar 150517 common sense approach to lifestyle change will definitely make a difference in how you feel from day to day. Your health isrepparttar 150518 most important possession you have. Take care of your body, and you reducerepparttar 150519 need for reliance onrepparttar 150520 health care system. Your body hasrepparttar 150521 amazing power of healing itself; just give itrepparttar 150522 chance to do its job.

Robb Ksiazek is a writer and web publisher for information at He believes that mind, body, and soul allow for a most fulfilling life.

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