Dangerous breed debate fueled by recent media stories on dog attacks

08/29/2013 | Contra Costa Times (Walnut Creek, Calif.)

Pit bull attacks on humans are often news-grabbing events, but they don't represent the disposition of all dogs included in this breed category, according to the National Canine Research Council's Don Cleary. A 2012 AVMA report on dog bite incidents concluded that no single breed is inherently more dangerous than another, Cleary said.

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