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Convictions have shot up recently as dangerous dog problem grows
Dangerous dog attacks on the rise

By Alex Stevenson Over 100 people are hospitalised every week because of dog attacks, new figures have revealed. The Conservatives established that the total number of cases of people being sent to hospital because of dog attacks rose from 5,221 in 2009, a significant increase from the 3,079 cases reported in 1997/98. Convictions have increased… Read more »

Betty Williams MP wants govt to go further on dangerous dogs
Dog attack MP rejects control proposals

By Alex Stevenson A Labour backbencher scarred for life by a Rottweiler attack last year has said the government’s proposals on strengthening dangerous dog legislation do not go far enough. Conwy MP Betty Williams has been “disfigured for life” after she was bitten by a “beast of a dog” in her local park last September…. Read more »