Scotland.- A four-year-old boy seriously injured after being attacked by a dog in the Craiglea Road area of Clydebank, Scotland.
So far the breed of the dog that caused the four-year-old boy’s injuries is unknown, however the events occurred last Saturday, March 2, according to the Clydebank authorities.
“On the evening of Saturday, April 2, officers received a report of a 4-year-old boy suffered serious but non-fatal injuriesfollowing an incident involving a dog in the Craiglea Road area of Duntocher, Clydebank,” Police Scotland said in a statement.
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The minor was immediately transferred to a hospital to receive specialized medical attention, although at the moment no further reports have been provided about the dog’s attack against the minor, only that the child is out of danger.
“We can confirm that the investigations are ongoing” added the authorities on the subject.
It should be remembered that last week, it was reported the death of two young children by a dog attack in two different events.
The first was a two-year-old boy who succumbed to his injuries while a one-year-old girl was killed in her own home by the family’s American Bully XL.
On the other hand, an eight-year-old boy sustained serious facial injuries after being bitten by a dog in Cannock, confirming an increase in such situations.
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According to the Canine and Feline Behavior Association, dog attacks have increased by 54 percent from 2020 to 2021, plus according to figures from the Scottish Office for National Statistics, there have been 32 dog attack deaths in recent years.
For its part, The Sun stated that experts on the subject have blamed the attacks on “compulsive purchases” created by the confinement of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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