2009 Year in Review: Understanding the occupational risks of dog bites

30 events that shaped veterinary medicine in 2009
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Dec 13, 2009
By dvm360.com staff

Chihuahuas bite veterinarians the most, but Lhaso Apsos inflict the worst injuries according to a study sponsored by the Coalition for Living Safely with Dogs and the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association. Results of the study were released during National Dog Bite Prevention Week in May. Grooming and veterinary care only made up 2 percent of reported bites. Go to Study: Chihuahuas bite vets most; Lhaso Apsos inflict the worst injuries.

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