Dog bites are more common than you would think, with children and senior citizens being the most common victims.
There are dogs that bark, lunge and try to bite strangers. This may be due to aggression, fearfulness or protectiveness. Dogs that bite may be any breed. Even well-socialized dogs can exhibit this behavior with certain people. The trouble is, you just can't always predict how a strange dog (meaning a dog that you don't know) will act.
May 20-26 is National Dog Bite Prevention Week. Here are some tips to follow and share with others to help prevent dog bites:
Respect all dogs.
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