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Dogs and Biting: The Medical Risks of Dog Bites and What You Can Do to Prevent Dog Attacks
The law office of Solomon & Relihan is your source for legal information and representation in dog bite injury cases, as well as for information about the effects of dog bites. We have provided a variety of short articles that may be of interest to our injured clients, their families, and those who are concerned about preventing traumatic dog bite injuries.
Dog bites can leave both physical and psychological scars in their wake. In the case of young children, even a single dog bite can prove fatal. Dog bites are avoidable, but it’s up to dog owners to take the necessary steps to train their dogs, to care for their dogs properly, and to secure their property.
If you or a loved one has been injured by a dog or by another animal kept as a pet, contact the Phoenix law office of Solomon & Relihan for experienced and dedicated legal representation. We have been helping injured people since 1974.
Dog Bite Cases in the News
Preventing Dog Bites: Proper dog training, as well as an understanding of animal behavior and the circumstances in which people encounter dogs, can have a significant impact on reducing the risk of a dog bite.
- Dog Bite Prevention Week
- Leashing and Licensing Your Dog
- Training a Puppy Not to Bite
- Training Adult Dogs
- Dog Obedience School
- The Importance of Knowing Dog Postures
- Dog Parks
- Multiple Dogs Attacking
A Dog’s Health Can Affect the Risk of Bites: Nutrition, spaying or neutering, certain illnesses, and animal cruelty all have a significant impact on the risk that a certain dog will bite.
- Nutrition Linked to Dog Behavior
- Spaying / Neutering Dogs Lessens Aggression
- Canine Distemper
- Lyme Disease in Dogs
- Dogs with Disabilities
- Animal Cruelty
The Medical Aspects of a Dog Bite Case: Immediate medical care of a dog bite is essential, as animal bites can carry disease. Children and people whose work brings them into a dog’s territory are at increased risk for dog bites.
- The Costs of Dog Bites: Medical and Physical
- Dog Bite Wounds and Lacerations
- Dog Bites in Children
- Post Office Carriers Likely to Suffer Dog Bite Injuries
The Dangers of Different Breeds of Dogs: While any dog can bite, some breeds of dogs may be more prone to biting than others.
- The Dangers of Breed-Specific Legislation
- Trained Attack Dogs
- Dog Fighting Leads to Biting
- Working Type of Dogs
- Doberman Pinschers – A Dangerous Breed
- Aggressive Pit Bulls
- Aggressive Rottweilers
- German Shepherds
- Chow Chows
- Dog Breeds Posing a Lesser Degree of Danger
Dog owners are responsible for their pets. When a dog attacks a child or an adult, the dog owner can be held financially liable. Our Arizona dog bite injury lawyers can help you get fair compensation for your injuries.