How to save the dog from the dog-friendly roads

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A new study suggests dogs are the most likely breed to be targeted by drivers, which could mean a higher likelihood of being fined.

The study, by the American Association for the Study of Animal Behavior, found that in the United States, more than one in three dogs are attacked by drivers.

It was published in the journal Trauma and Emergency Medicine.

Researchers from the University of Michigan and the University at Buffalo examined more than 7,000 dog bites across the United State.

Researchers found that when people are targeted by dogs, the majority are the breed most likely to be killed by the attack.

Dogs are generally more aggressive than cats, which are more gentle.

The researchers also found that dogs were more likely to suffer injuries than cats.

They concluded that when dogs are targeted, drivers should be more careful when they’re approaching their vehicle, particularly in rural areas.

It is a message that has been gaining traction with motorists across the US.

A spokeswoman for the American Kennel Club said: “When you have to travel with an angry dog, there’s no excuse.

It’s important that drivers learn to deal with dogs safely, but we also have to educate them about the dangers that dogs pose to people and the consequences of using dangerous or aggressive behaviour.””

It’s a big responsibility to the owner, especially in urban areas, to have the dog properly handled.”

It’s important that drivers learn to deal with dogs safely, but we also have to educate them about the dangers that dogs pose to people and the consequences of using dangerous or aggressive behaviour.

“She added: “There’s no question that dogs can be extremely dangerous.

They’re very intelligent, intelligent dogs, and they’re very territorial.

“They can also become aggressive, and that can lead to a lot of injuries to people.”

She said the US had been moving towards making it safer for dogs to be on the road.

However, the spokesperson said there were still a number of misconceptions about dog-owners and how they should handle their pets.

She said: “[People are] often misinformed about how to safely handle their dogs and how to control them.”

The researchers used data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s National Highway Safety and Vehicle Safety Survey.

They also used data for collisions and fatalities involving dog-related injuries and deaths.

The dogs in the study were categorized as either dog- or cat-friendly.

In the case of the cat- or dog-based attack, researchers found that the majority of dogs were either aggressive or aggressive towards drivers.

However they found that cats were more aggressive and cats were twice as likely to cause a collision.

They added: “[T]he vast majority of the dogs that we tracked were either cat-related or dog friendly, but there was a significant difference between those dogs.”

Researchers also found a clear difference between dog- and cat-based attacks, with more than 60% of dog-attacks and 75% of cat-attacks occurring on the highways.

Researchers say it is important to educate people about the danger of dog attacks, but stressed that it is a personal decision and not an act of “dog-ishness”.

“I think it’s important to keep your dog and your dog-owner in mind when it comes to dogs,” said Dr Elizabeth Pappas, a veterinarian who led the study.

“The majority of people can and will be able to work together to prevent accidents, so we should just be more mindful of this fact and understand how we can work together with our dog owners.”

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