Dog bites happen every day but urban pet policies can help prevent them
By Melanie J Rock, Professor of Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary
Morgan Mouton, Associate researcher, Urban Planning and Geography, Université Gustave Eiffel
Dogs bite people daily, especially young children. There is concern that disadvantaged families may suffer most. Dog-bite facts remain scarce because prevention has yet to become a policy priority.
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- Tuesday, October 26, 2021