dog bite

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: 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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When the dog bites a man, you give that man a present because you are sorry and because it is thy dog.
Almost 150 cases of dog bite happen in the city on daily bases," said Dr Naseem, adding that Ibrahim Hyderi has the worst numbers with1,789 dog bite cases in 2012 which went up to 5,500 in 2017.
Hayley Richardson, certified dog bite safety educator and canine behaviourist from Daphne's Play Centre, reckons there are at least a couple of dog-related injuries to children reported at hospitals and clinics every month.
Dr Mohammad Sajad, the YDA Shangla president, claimed that several stray dog bite cases had been reported in the district, but due to shortage of ARV, the patients suffered badly.
org, a national dog bite victims' group dedicated to reducing serious dog attacks, releases 2017 U.
A high-profile dog bite case last year highlights the nature of dog-human relationships in this country.
KARACHI -- Medical and Health Services of Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) has decided to establish four more dog bite clinics in the city for treatment of dog-bite patients.
7 million dog bite patients were treated in the Indus Hospital.
She said that the injured part of the body should be properly washed with soap and water after dog bite and the intensity of the injury should be analyzed before taking the vaccine.
The number Gynae and Obstetrics emergency patients are 40,228 while the dog bite cases during 11 months were 34,700.
These unattended stray dogs also pose serious health risks to human beings in form of dog bite which causes fatal disease, rabies.
In addition to simply denying coverage to the insured unless the applicant got rid of the animal, carriers would also non-renew policies when a dog bite claim had occurred in the presence of a restricted dog.