Today's headlines are filled with horror stories about fatal dog attacks. Consequently, the public has grown increasingly alarmed over what it perceives as an ominous phenomenon, uncontrolled and growing. People across the nation have concluded that many breeds/types of dogs are dangerous, violent and even worse - unpredictable.
"Fatal Dog Attacks" was written to set the record straight. The book explores four decades of deadly assaults. The ONLY book of its kind, it presents scientific details and the latest information from major sources including the Centers for Disease Control.
"Fatal Dog Attacks" uncovers the truth about the frequency and causes of unprovoked dog attacks, who are the most likely victims, which breeds are most agressive, how people can best protect themselves, and most importantly: who is ultimately responsible for these attacks.
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Ms. Delise, a licensed Veterinary Technician with a degree in Veterinary Science Technology, spent over 10 years researching and investigating fatal dog attacks. She is a dog owner and is herself a survivor of a multiple-bite dog attack.Review:
Animal lovers take note: "Fatal dog attacks" is clear, concise, and overflowing with new information. -- Dr. Henry Mazell, psychologist, author, "Murderously Incorrect"
The book dispels old myths and is filled with revelations and drama. Dog lovers will be very pleasantly surprised! -- Dr. Bernard Wasserman, DVM, author, "The Dog Who Met the Queen"
The first guide on fatal dog attacks...Gripping, unsettling, and shocking. -- John Pellicano, author, NYPD, author, "Conquer or Die"
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Descripción Anubis Press, 2002. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110972191402