Her human companion, Vishwanath, said, "When I was in Chennai, I saw a fatal accident happened. A man not wearing a helmet fell and died on the spot. That is when I decided to use this method to raise awareness among the public"
Vishwanath had his dog, Honey, trained by a professional trainer for a week. After this - she will carry a helmet to a person riding without one.
The trainer, Varun, said, "So basically we have a routine to follow. We throw an article and ask her to retrieve that. We initially used a dumbbell for that and it was easy for her. Since the helmet was a new object for her, so we got her used to it in the beginning and positively we trained her for that. It took roughly around one week or two for her to get used to the object."
A total of 7,506 road accidents were reported in the city last year, according to Bengaluru Traffic Police website.
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