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San Diego mail carrier injured in dog attack

Posted on August 16, 2013

Certain jobs require people to spend most of their time outside in San Diego’s residential neighborhoods. For instance, lawn maintenance personnel, outdoor house painters, delivery employees, and postal service workers must perform their work out in the open. Generally, working in neighborhoods can be pleasant, but one hazard that may be underappreciated by the general … Continue reading

Valencia Park husky owner shoots pit bull in self-defense

Posted on July 25, 2013

Dogs are often called “man’s best friend,” but in certain circumstance, they can become aggressive. For this reason, dog owners in San Diego are responsible for keeping their dogs under control and their neighbors safe from harm. Unfortunately, when pet owners fail to keep their dogs under control, their negligence can also put their dogs at great … Continue reading

San Diego woman suffers dog bite injury

Posted on June 12, 2013

People often sign up for organized athletic events to motivate themselves to exercise and get in shape. The thought of not finishing a race or huffing and puffing to get to the finish line can help people focus on getting out the door for an early morning walk or run. No one expects to suffer … Continue reading

Would Riverside’s pit bull-neuter proposal cut down on dog bites?

Posted on April 5, 2013

The Riverside County Department of Animal Services would like to the county’s board of supervisors to authorize a spay-and-neuter ordinance that would require the owners of pit bulls and pit bull mixes in unincorporated areas of the county to sterilize their dogs. The goal, in response to recent stories of people sustaining devastating dog bites, is … Continue reading

Dog bites in Encinitas and North County San Diego leave more than physical scarring

Posted on April 4, 2013

A dog bite or attack can result in a serious physical injury with permanent scarring. However, the physical injuries are only one component of recovering from a dog bite or vicious attack. The psychological impact is often diagnosed as a post traumatic stress event, resulting in loss of “security” and an inability to cope with normal social environments … Continue reading