When Dogs Attack: How to Ensure Your Children are Not the Victims
By Dawn Rose
A dog is more likely to bite a child than an adult. Of little kids 14 and under, about fifty percent are reported to have been bitten by a dog. An enormous amount of bites are reported to be carried out on kids age nine and under. By paying close attention to signals, often times a dog attack can be stopped. It seems that most dogs are okay to be around, but many times a dog doesn’t look at our kids the same way. We must ensure that we teach our young children to recognize potential pitfalls.
There is not an understandable argument for a canine mauling a human being, but figuring out the logic, from the K9’s point of view, may be handy in stopping bites. Here are some results from a prestigious university which were gathered within a 36 month term.