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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
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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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