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Dog Bites

Who is most likely to suffer a dog bite?

Over the past decade, dog bites have become an increasingly greater public health concern. As a result of a bite from a dog, you or a family member could experience a debilitating injury, contract an infection or face a psychological disorder related to trauma.  While...

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Why do dogs bite?

Dog attacks can result in serious injury. Understanding why dogs bite can help you avoid aggression when interacting with an animal. Review the common reasons a dog bite may occur, even when a dog has never attacked before. Fear or perceived threat A dog will bite...

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Dog bite victims are usually children

Figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveal that about 885,000 people in Pennsylvania and around the country seek medical attention each year after being bitten by a dog. Media reports about the issue often focus on dangerous breeds like pit...

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How to protect against a dog attack

Pennsylvania and most other states have rules designed to prevent dogs from attacking other people or animals. However, there is a chance that you will be confronted by a dog that is not properly restrained. There are many steps that you can take to prevent being...

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Do you know why dogs bite or attack?

There is no denying the fact that dog is man's best friend. However, there's something you need to know: Dogs are known to bite and attack people every now and again.It's important that you understand why dogs bite or attack, as this will help you avoid a serious...

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Dog bites and liability claims

Dog bites can have very serious consequences. They can often happen when you least expect it. Many times, the bite comes from a neighbor's dog or a friend's pooch. While most people have mixed feelings about reporting a bite from a dog they know for fear of putting a...

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Dog bite statistics and tips

We love to love them but often times "man's best friend" can inflict a painful bite.The most common dog bite victims are children, typically ages five to nine, however, adults of all ages can be harmed by a dog bite. In the U.S. alone it is estimated that nearly 1,000...

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