Author Topic: Trainer's dog bites boy at hearing on trainer ordinance By: Chris Cato, FOX 13  (Read 94 times)

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Trainer's dog bites boy at hearing on trainer ordinance
NOV 15 2017 06:02PM EST

Commissioners approved an ordinance that will require trainers to get a license.

 Before the meeting started a trainer had a dog with him that witnesses say was wearing some type of service dog vest standing outside the commission chamber, waiting in line with other people to get in..
Dog suddenly lunged at a 5-year-old boy and bit his face.


http://www.fox13news.com/news/local-news/trainers-dog-bites-boy-at-hearing-about-trainer-ordinance

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 http://wfla.com/2017/11/15/boy-bitten-by-dog-before-hillsborough-board-of-county-commissioners-vote-on-training-ordinance/


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witnesses told News Channel 8 a service dog being brought in by controversial dog trainer, Clark Inghram of Inghram Sit N Stay of Tampa, bit a young boy by attaching itself to the child’s neck for anywhere between five to seven seconds.
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Clark Ingrham's daughter spoke to the commission. She apologized for what happened and said it was a result of the dog feeding off the negative energy outside the commission chambers.

A well trained dog will not "feed off negative energy". A well trained SD shouldn't be reactive. The trainer in this story sounds like a fraud.