dog bite

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Noun1.dog bite - a bite inflicted by a dogdog bite - a bite inflicted by a dog    
bite - a wound resulting from biting by an animal or a person
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Summary: 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.
A DOG attack on a farm has left eight sheep dead and other animals injured.
Police want to speak to this man over a dog attack inWavertreewhich left the victim needing plastic surgery.
The Canberra Liberals have been inundated with disturbing stories from members of the community who have been let down by the Governments dog laws after experiencing a vicious dog attack, Mr Coe said.
com/pit-bull-dog-attacks-2016-owner-killed-colorado-son-injured-conifer-home-mauling-2409835) Colorado woman was killed in a dog attack at home.
The figures emerged days after four-month-old Archie Joe Darby was killed in a dog attack at a house in Colchester, Essex, last Thursday.
Dog attack injuries cost the NHS PS20,000, with patients needing surgery, psychological treatment, nerve grafts, pins and plates.
Royal Mail is committed working with customers to drive this number down as every dog attack is one attack too many.
Deputy Cardiff Lord Mayor and Labour councillor Dilwar Ali, whose son Erfan was mauled badly in the 2011 attack by a neighbour's out-of-control Rhodesian ridgeback, says he hopes the settlement for his family now offers added protection for other dog attack victims.
Annual data also shows that nearly one third, 32% (11), of all fatal dog attack victims were either visiting or living temporarily with the dog's owner when the fatal attack occurred.
A dad and his two children mauled in a horrific dog attack have been released from hospital.
The Gazette reported in April how a teenager with left with life-changing injuries after being savaged in a dog attack.