Well, now school is over and the training has begun. It’s been fun for the whole neighborhood. Butch has turned out to be a great dog with exactly the temperament necessary to live in a neighborhood full of kids who wander in and out of the yard all day. We feel very lucky that Butch has turned out to be exactly the dog we thought he was.
But the Erie injury lawyer in me can’t help but think about other dogs who aren’t so lucky to be trained and socialized appropriately and other owners who fail to take the necessary measures to keep their dogs confined. And I’m reminded that summer is the time of year that we see so many Pennsylvania dog bite tragedies in our office because this is the time of year when both children and dogs are outside together all day. As a result, I thought it would be a good time to re-post an index to the dog safety materials we provide on this site.
Erie Dog Bite Lawyer Safety Articles
You can quickly go to the Dog Safety articles on our site by clicking on the title you want to read:
* Pennsylvania Dog Bites and Animal Attacks – An Overview
* How to avoid a dog attack
* What to do if you’ve been bitten
* Dog safety tips for kids
* How to prevent your dog from biting
The Bottom Line
If you or your child has been the victim of a dog bite, the Pennsylvania dog attack lawyers at Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C. can help. Explore our site for more information or call 814-833-7100 or toll free 814-833-7100 for a free consultation with an experienced Erie dog bite lawyer. We never charge a fee to dog bite victims unless we recover money and we’ll do our best to help you make things right.