Wednesday, March 8, 2006
A new study about children and dog bites has been released by Austrian researchers. The study finds that the number of dog bites decreases with a child’s age and that children 1 year old and younger are the most likely to be bitten. It seems that children of this age are much more likely to unknowingly aggravate a dog. The researchers also found that the most likely breeds to bite were German Shepherds and Dobermans.