Avoiding Liability

 

The legal documents that trainers, adoption groups and rescue groups need for their own protection. Plus a video of Mr. Phillips' 90-minute seminar. $99.50

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Trainers, adoption groups and rescue groups are increasingly the target of lawsuits when people are hurt by dogs. There are many problems that trainers, adoption groups and rescues have in common. They include people getting hurt on the premises, accidents caused by the proximity of dogs and guests, medical expenses for injuries to trainers, and fights between dogs that result in injuries to the dogs themselves.

The legal documents in this package can greatly help in these situations. They consist of a Training Agreement, Adoption Agreement, Waiver for Entry on Premises, Bailment Agreement for Surrender of Dog, and Policy and Procedures for Observing and Reporting Problems with Dogs.

This download contains not only the documents you need, but also a video of Mr. Phillips' 90-minute seminar. Here's what one trainer said about it:

"I have your video and have updated my contract accordingly. So much information, but the actual work of updating my contracts was very, very easy. You are right, trainers really don't know. All the seminars, conference, books and videos that are geared toward trainers do not mention the things you talk about. Scary to think how much I didn't know before your video!"

Special Problems Facing Adoption and Rescue Groups

One of the most important problems facing adoption and rescue groups is how to avoid sending vicious dogs back onto the streets. This has become a matter of greater and greater public interest, and is of high importance to the adoption and rescue groups as a whole. Every year, there are more and more cases against such organizations for injuries inflicted on new owners. 

The seminar on this download is a "must-see" for this reason. Additionally, the Policy and Procedures for Observing and Reporting Problems with Dogs will help such groups to correctly place dogs in appropriate homes, as well as avoid liability for incidents that should not be blamed on the groups themselves. Here is what Veterinarian Jill Muraoka Lim (Ohana Pet Hospital, Ventura, CA) said about this:

"Oftentimes the people involved with rescues and shelters are so focused on the welfare of the pets that they do not consider potential lawsuits or liability associated with their actions (accepting known aggressive or destructive animals). I think Mr. Phillips' presentation made us all stop and think about how we can both protect the interest of the pets and protect our organizations from potential liability."

How To Get It

Instant Download that you can watch on your computer.
Approx. 260 meg

Mac users
Windows users