dog bite victim support

Bite Victim Support

Courtney Trempe Memorial Fund for Dog Bite Victim Support

The Courtney fund was created to honour the memory of 8-year old Courtney Trempe who was killed by a neighbour's dog in 1998. The fund is administered by Doggone Safe and provides support for child victims of dog attacks and their families. Click here for more information.


My child was bitten - what do I do?

You may find it helpful to follow the steps on this page if you or your child has been bitten by a dog. Click here.

The Importance of Trauma Counseling for You or Your Child

It is critically important that your child be assessed to see if trauma counseling is indicated. Many children suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after a dog bite. Read articles and learn other information about PTSD. Click here.


Dog Bite Victim Support Groups

If you are a dog bite victim or the immediate family member of a dog bite victim then you may want to join the Doggone Safe victim support group to get help and support from others who are in a similar circumstance. Click here

Our Spokesperson Kaylin Roberson

Our spokesperson Kaylin Roberson was bitten in the face by the family dog when she was only 9 years old. The long recovery, facial scarring and bullying that she suffered did not stop her from achieving her dream of being a professional singer. Kaylin wants to help others with her messages of hope and inspiration to keep going for your dreams!  Read Kaylin`s Story here




Doggone Safe is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  9122 Kenton Rd, Wesley Chapel FL 33545 USA

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