This tendency may be related to the manner in which young boys play. But girls are bitten by dogs, too. Children of both sexes are more likely to be bitten by a dog than are adults because of several factors. First, children usually play with dogs more than adults do, and children have more free time at home.
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They aren’t preparing dinner or balancing the checkbook. Second, children sometimes unintentionally provoke the dog by their darting movements and loud voices during play. Third, children are less experienced when it comes to interpreting a dog’s signs of aggression.
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