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Animal Bites Archives

Connecticut city sued for response to animal bites emergency call

When one is in a dangerous situation, the idea that emergency dispatchers are usually only minutes away can bring a sense of security. Unfortunately, the staff employed in these vital call centers have been known to make errors in judgment that can delay the dispatch of police and rescue crews. Recently, the city of New Haven, Connecticut, found itself the subject of a lawsuit after it was alleged that a call center inappropriately delayed help during an incident that resulted in a woman suffering fatal animal bites.

Connecticut toddler suffers serious animal bites

The warmer weather months lend themselves to enjoying outdoor activities with loved ones. Unfortunately, there are times when even an innocent outing such as an evening walk with family members can end with loved ones suffering serious injuries when an animal launches an unexpected attack. Recently, two Connecticut children and their grandfather required treatment of injuries that were inflicted by animal bites.

Postal carriers still at risk from animal bites in Connecticut

One of the popular subjects for comics was seeing mail carriers come to grief from neighborhood hazards. Unfortunately, postal carriers face a real threat of serious injury from animal bites in the normal course of delivering mail. While the numbers of attacks have dropped around most of the country, workers in Connecticut are still suffering injuries from pets.

Man taken for medical care after suffering serious animal bites

One's daily routine often comes with a feeling of security that the day's events will unfold without any unsettling surprises. Unfortunately, even the most mundane day can become a terrifying ordeal in the aftermath of becoming a victim of a dog attack. Recently, one Connecticut man suffered serious injuries from animal bites as he went about his normal routine.

Connecticut town takes firmer stance to help prevent animal bites

In today's pet obsessed culture, one of the draws in many communities is the presence of dog parks and other areas where pets are permitted. Unfortunately, these types of environments often come with a high risk for visitors or their pets to become victims of unprovoked animal bites. In response to increased incidents, one Connecticut town announced it was taking a tougher stance in order to prevent these and other issues.

Connecticut town residents want harsher penalty for animal bites

The vast majority of dog owners take care to ensure that their pets behave properly. In the event that a dog escapes its property, an innocent bystander could suffer serious physical injuries from animal bites. Even though Connecticut already has strict liability laws regarding unprovoked attacks, residents in one town want new measures in place.

Connecticut woman suffers serious hand wound from animal bites

One of the few places that provide a sense of security and safety is the confines of one's home and surrounding property. When that sense of sanctuary is defiled by unexpected violence, then the emotional aftermath can leave lasting scars. Recently, one Connecticut woman and her pet were the victims of serious animal bites from a trespassing dog.

Child suffers serious animal bites in dog attack

Social media platforms carry an infinite number of videos that feature animals and children interacting in a variety of settings. Though house pets are expected to behave in a certain manner with youngsters, the fact remains that any pet is capable of inflicting serious animal bites. Recently, one Connecticut neighborhood was shocked by an attack on a child.

Woman suffers injury due to animal bites from loose dog

Just as parents are held accountable for ensuring that their children receive all of the medical care they require for good health, pet owners are likewise required to make sure that their pets are immunized and licensed. When a pet attacks an innocent person, the resulting animal bites may carry more risks than the physical wounds. One Connecticut woman recently faced not only the bite wounds but was also advised to receive rabies shots.

Breed bans are intended to prevent serious animal bites

On any given day, the news media may feature a story concerning a serious attack caused by a family pet. In spite of the number of states that have responded by enacting breed specific laws (BSL), the risks of becoming a victim of animal bites have not dropped appreciably. Unfortunately, as many Connecticut residents know all too well, any pet with teeth can bite.