Many dog advocates contend that particular dog breeds are not inclined to violence and that a dog’s upbringing and training have the most role in defining their temperament. It’s possible that this is accurate, but it’s also true that no dog is necessarily hazardous just because of its breed. It may be demonstrated, however, that some dog breeds are statistically more likely than others to be engaged in a dog-biting incidence. This makes it possible to identify dog breeds that are more hazardous than others using measurements of the breed’s size and strength.
Regardless of the breed, dog owners are responsible for understanding their pet’s personality and habits and for taking the necessary measures to prevent the dog from ever being placed in a position where it could pose a threat to other people. Contact the personal injury attorneys if a dog has attacked you and caused you harm.