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a bite inflicted by a dog

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Vizianagaram (Andhra Pradesh) [India], Feb 28 ( ANI ): In yet another incident caused by stray dog attack, a nine-year old boy was mauled to death here in Balijipet.
On Twitter, the Rural Crime Team said: "Eight sheep dead, two at the vets following a dog attack on livestock between Brynford and Pentre Halkyn overnight.
Now police have released CCTV of a man they believe could have "crucial information" over the dog attack which happened at 8.
The Bill aims to provide clearer direction on the handling of complaints about dog attacks and harassment by dogs.
DOG attacks have left more than 55,000 Scots needing hospital treatment in the past 10 years.
This week, it was revealed that dog attacks are more common on Merseyside than anywhere else in the country, with 322 victims seeking medical help in 2014/2015.
Huddersfield Postie Jason Lee back on deliveries following a horrific dog attack - injuries shown left - that put the Huddersfield postman in hospital
Mr Gower, whose firm has dealt with nearly 500 dog attack cases in the last 10 years, said: "This is a great victory for victims of dog attacks across the country.
Children aged up to nine years old were most at risk of having to go to hospital for dog attacks nationwide.
Newcastle councillor Stephen Lambert knows all too well the devastating effects of a dog attack.
for for mRt 1,160 under-10s admitted to hospital with dog attack injuries in past year
Dog attack victims needing hospital treatment in 2011-12
MELBOURNE, Australia -- Genetic Technologies Limited (NASDAQ:GENE) (ASX:GTG) today launched a new dog attack DNA kit that will allow Australian rangers, livestock owners and police investigators to easily gather canine DNA evidence at dog attack scenes.
Boys aged five to nine are among the most common dog attack victims, with the animal responsible typically belonging to family or friends.