Thread: Dog Attack
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Old April 11th, 2008, 09:21 PM
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LavenderRott thank you,, I do stand corrected and you are right, I'm sure those breeds do grab the headlines more than others.

Onster is correct to I actually think you are in more danger of being bit by a small dog than most large dogs.

My real concern here I guess is that these dogs that do attack and cause great or deadly damage ,, up to that point,, were your typical Rover that you would leave alone with your small grandchild or let loose in a park. How can they go from nice puppy to eat your face off with no prior signs of aggression?
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