Isn’t it Illegal to Walk Your Dog Without a Leash in Los Angeles?
“Isn’t it illegal to walk a dog without a leash in Los Angeles?” you’re probably wondering right now. And if you are, chances are that you or any of your friends or relatives recently got bit by a dog....
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Saturday, October 7, 2017

Isn’t it Illegal to Walk Your Dog Without a Leash in Los Angeles?

“Isn’t it illegal to walk a dog without a leash in Los Angeles?” you’re probably wondering right now. And if you are, chances are that you or any of your friends or relatives recently got bit by a dog. Dogs bite. There are about 78 million dogs currently owned in the U.S., and some of...
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Saturday, September 30, 2017

Dog Bites: Is it the Dog or Owner’s Fault?

You’ve probably been bitten by a dog at least once in your life (especially in your childhood). And if you have kids, you most likely keep them at a safe distance from dogs, because… well, dogs bite. An estimated 4.5 million Americans get bit by dogs annually. That’s not too bad considering that there are...
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Thursday, September 28, 2017

If a Dog Bites You in Los Angeles, Follow This Guide to Receive Compensation

If you get bit by someone’s dog, you bite back! Not literally though. With dog bites on the rise all across the United States, and billions of dollars spent by Los Angeles residents to recover from dog bites every year, what should you do if you get it? A few days ago, a dog – German shepherd,...
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Friday, September 22, 2017

Dog Bites: Havoc and Animosity

In a society where there are various natural disasters befalling more often than not, it is sad to see that dog bites are also causing havoc and animosity amongst neighbors. However, it is more saddening to see dog bite victims being neglected and deprived of the justice the incident deserves. This is wrong in all...
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Friday, August 4, 2017

How do I Protect My Dog and My Neighbors

Your furry pet quickly becomes part of the family and you could never imagine them harming someone. However, strangers and police officers do not share the same view. They can see your lovable pet as a ferocious monster. That is why it is imperative to follow all dog laws to avoid any legal repercussions or...
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Friday, April 21, 2017

How do I educate my child about animal bites?

Animal bites are scary, especially for children. Being bitten by an animal at a young age, no matter how minor or severe the bite is, can scar a child for life. When you talk with adults who are scared of dogs, or who do not have an affinity for dogs, they were likely attacked by...
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Friday, February 24, 2017

How can you tell when a dog bite is likely?

One of the best ways to avoid a dog bite is simply to know when there is an elevated risk and seek to take yourself out of that situation. Many bites occur because people don’t see the warning signs fast enough. This is why children are especially at risk, as they may think they’re just...
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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Keeping trick-or-treaters safe from dog bites

With Halloween just around the corner, many individuals here in the San Fernando Valley are getting ready for the trick-or-treaters that may be visiting their house on Halloween night. For homeowners with dogs, the important preparations can go far beyond just stocking up on treats for the trick-or-treaters and getting their home decorated to match...
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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

How serious are animal bite infections?

Most of the animal bites suffered in the United States today are from domestic animals. Dogs cause more injuries, but infections occur in more cat bites. According to the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, dog bites become infected about 1 percent of the time and cat bites become infected between 5 to 10...
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Monday, September 12, 2016

What should you do after a dog or animal bite?

After a dog bite or attack from another animal, the most important thing to do is to seek medical attention. Even if the bite seems minor, failure to treat the wound could result in serious infection. Additionally, California law requires that you report the incident to the city or county authorities. To do so effectively, you...
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