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Are Certain Dog Breeds More Likely To Bite?
Are Certain Dog Breeds More Likely To Bite?

Any dog can bite, but certain types of dogs may be more likely to bite and cause serious damage. Recent studies suggest that “ dogs with short, wide heads who weighed between 66 and 100 pounds were the most likely to bite .” The American Hospital Association (AAHA) analyzed ...

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