Sunday, March 15, 2020

Looking at dogs' eyes is furious

Looking at dogs' eyes is furious

Are dogs really the best friend of man, as pet lovers have long seen? Or is it an imminent danger? This question is frequently repeated in New Zealand these days after an animal attacked a child in her second year when she was playing in a park, which resulted in severe damage to the degree that she underwent surgery by about 290 stitches in her face · This was the last incident in a series of fierce attacks launched by dogs this year in the country, one of which killed a 56-year-old woman when she was attacked by two dogs while walking near her home. · The assault of the child, Ooty Koxon, completely mutilated her, and a few days later he published an article in the medical newspaper The New Zealand Medical Journal that made it clear David Hillary is a lecturer in Jamam Otago argued that dog attacks pose a `` imminent health risk '' especially to children under five years of age · Hillary added that the size of young children makes attacking them easier, because in most cases their height is the height of the dog itself, and they tend to Look at the dog in his eyes, which is considered a threat by the dog ·


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