Many of us own dogs that are happy, healthy, harmless, and well-adjusted. They are members of our family, play with our children, and are a part of many important life moments. However, not all dogs are as friendly as your trusty friend! Ever year, hundreds of people are severely injured in dog attacks all over the country. The local division of CBS in Pittsburgh offered up some tips and tricks to keep you safe in the event that you are confronted with a potentially serious and unsafe dog encounter.
US News & World Report's Health section recently offered up a few tips to prevent dog bites, which become increasingly common as summer approaches. Some of their practical, easily accessible tips include: