Published on May 15, 2017

Dogs biting children on rise in San Diego

Dogs biting children on rise in San Diego Diego County is seeing a rise of dog bites on children according to Rady’s Children’s Hospital and the San Diego Humane Society.

“There were 457 dog bite cases reported last year at the emergency room and urgent cares at Rady Children’s,” said Kay …

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Ex-Patriot Dominique Easley Ordered To Pay $149K In Dog Bite Lawsuit them, Easley was facing a dog bite lawsuit.

The defensive tackle, who’s now with the Los Angeles Rams, finally was forced to pay $149,000 to Wiley Brown, a former Virginia Tech linebacker, who was bit by Easley’s pit bull, per ProFootballTalk.

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Why dog-bite cases going on unabated: HC asks Chandigarh administration dog-bite cases going on unabated: HC asks Chandigarh administration.

“I am not interested in data.

You show me what you have done to curb the menace,” the bench said as UT claimed to have sterilised 9,000 dogs to control their population.

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City of Palo Alto sued over police-dog bite Palo Alto mother has filed a lawsuit against the city and the Police Department for civil rights violations after her teenage son was bitten by a police dog, according to a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in San Jose.

The teen, identified in the …

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Kim’s Secret Hell: Inside My Son’s Nightmare Dog Attack Kim Zolciak-Biermann is finally ready to talk about what happened when her 4-year-old son, Kash Biermann, was brutally attacked by a dog.

The mom-of-six appeared on Watch What Happens Live on May 7, just weeks after the toddler was bitten in the …

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7 fresh dog-bite cases

At Mataur village, three children — Udayveer Singh (7), Karanveer Singh (7) and Ramesh Kumar (12) — were attacked while the fourth child, Vikas (7) from Maloya, was bitten by a dog near his house.

The other victims included Shanti Devi (45), a …

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State laws complicate removal of animals from homeless camps despite recent dog bites

Over the past several days five people have been bitten by loose dogs at Kakaako Waterfront Park.

In each case the animal belonged to homeless campers.

But according to the Hawaiian Humane Society, laws don’t permit officials to confiscate an animal, …

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