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Dog Bites by the Numbers


Wild fires have been consuming Southern California this last week.

Animals are home when their owners are working, some get left at home for whatever reason when their people evacuate (always try and take your pets
with you when evacuating), and some just get away or lost from their people.

Animals get scared in Disasters and Emergency situations just like people do.
Animals can bite when they are scared, in pain or afraid, regardless of how well trained or how sweet they may be under normal conditions.

Always use caution when approaching an animal in stress.
Always use caution when approaching an animal you do not know.

Take a First Aid Class to learn how to take care of a Dog Bite.
Take a Pet First Aid Class to learn how to take care of your pet if bitten.

Here is an interesting infograph on Dog Bites.  Enjoy and Learn.

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