Staying Safe From Vicious Dogs

Half of all dog bites involve a dog owned by someone that the victim knows, like a family member or neighbor. Additionally, of the 4.5 million people who suffer from dog bites in the U.S. every year, over half of the victims are children. With the potential for danger right around the corner, it is with great importance that all owners take the necessary precautions to control their dogs and educate their children on pet safety.

Van Sant Law has provided a short infographic detailing what you can do in the event of a dog bite, as well as what you can do to prevent them altogether. For more information on the topic, please see the accompanying guide.

Infographic courtesy of Van Sant Law, home to Atlanta’s injury attorneys

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