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Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/23/2008 10:22 PM  |  Flag  
After the dogs let go of the horse, they turned their attention to nearby people.

hmmm...what about animal aggression doesn't equal human aggression??

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/24/2008 5:37 AM  |  Flag  
“In the Lockwood &Rindy study(1987), 42 percent of pit bull attacks involved dogs that were fenced, chained or inside prior to the incident. Another 14% involved dogs jumping fences or breaking chains. For bites involving other breeds, 26.7 were similiarly restrained, BUT ONLY 1% involved breaking restraint.”

“In the Pit Bull incidents, 58% of the victims were walking or had no interaction with the dog prior to the attack, 19.8 were bitten coming to the aid of a person or animal that had been attacked, 7.9% were playing with the animal and 5 % were provoking the animal. In the cases involving other breeds 48.4 percent involved no direct interaction, 27.4 play and 1.6% provocation.”

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