Rational, evidence-based approach is best for preventing dog bites

Donald Cleary of the National Canine Research Council writes that bans on certain breeds don't prevent dog bites and actually exacerbate the problem by punishing responsible owners and letting irresponsible owners off the hook. Instead, Cleary calls for embracing the rational approach to safety advocated by the AVMA and the CDC that prioritizes responsible pet ownership practices.

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