Children left alone most likely to suffer dog bites

11/10/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Young children who are left alone are most vulnerable to dog bites, typically from the family pet, according to research from the University of Colorado. The largest percentage of dog-bite victims were children age 5 and under, the study found, and almost all of the youngsters were familiar with the dogs that bit them.

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