Dog Attack Injures 6-Year-Old Boy in Dallas

Posted - March 17, 2022
On February 17, 2022, a 6-year-old boy was attacked by a dog when he exited his school bus. The attack happened at an apartment complex Read More

What To Do After a Dog Bite Accident

Posted - February 25, 2022
Dog bites are harrowing experiences that can happen in an instant and leave a person’s life completely changed. If a person is Read More

7-Year-Old Recovering From Fort Worth Dog Attack

Posted - February 24, 2022
A 49-year-old woman was arrested on February 8, 2022, after her dog viciously attacked a 7-year-old boy. Police have not stated what the Read More

​​22-Year-Old Woman Remains Hospitalized After Family Dogs Attack

Posted - February 15, 2022
On December 23, 2021, Jacqueline Durrand anticipated her birthday the next day and was excited for the holidays. As a college student, Read More

El Paso Man Critically Injured in Pit Bull Attack

Posted - December 27, 2021
On October 26, a 73-year-old El Paso resident was critically injured when a pair of pit bulls attacked him in front of his home. Local Read More

Boy Recovering After Surgery Following Dog Bite Attacks on Trampoline

Posted - November 29, 2021
Last month, Hunter Heater, a 9-year-old boy in White Lake Township, Michigan, was mauled by two dogs while playing on a trampoline. He Read More

Identifying And Treating Dog Bites

Posted - August 24, 2021
Dog bites vary in severity from minor cuts and bruises to those that are more serious, such as broken bones and infected bites. As much Read More

Recommendations For Pet Parents To Reduce Dog Bites

Posted - August 9, 2021
With the school year starting and the constant stresses of covid, routines and stresses are at an all-time high. Dogs also feel the Read More

What Can You Do To Prevent Dog Bites?

Posted - July 21, 2021
For many of us, pets are a member of our family. We care for our pets, provide them exercise, attention, and food. Ideally, everyone Read More

Real Results Dallas Dog Bite Accident

Posted - December 26, 2020
According to the Centers for Disease Control, approximately 4.7 million people are bitten by dogs in the United States each year. Read More