They say that a dog is man’s best friend. However, dogs can pose
serious threats to not only you, but to your children as well. A
New Hampshire dog bite
can happen anytime a dog is present. It can leave you or a loved one with
New Hampshire dog bite injury
Your Own Dog
If you are considering bringing a dog into your family, make sure to choose
a dog breed that is compatible with your situation. You may want to stay
away from breeds that have a history of being aggressive. They may not
be the best choice, if you have small children in your home.
Someone Else's Dog
Keeping you and your family safe from other dogs is also important. You
should always avoid approaching a stray or unfamiliar dog, especially
if the owner of the dog is not around.
If you do approach someone else’s dog, never do so with quick motions
or from above. Give the dog time to acknowledge your presence before touching it.
If the owner is present, you should ask for permission to pet the animal.
The owner should understand the temperament of the pet and can warn you
of any dangers that the dog might pose.
New Hampshire Dog Bite Injuries
If you or someone you know has been injured by a New Hampshire dog bite,
you should contact one of our experienced Vermont or New Hampshire dog
bite attorneys at the law offices of Van Dorn, Curtiss & Rousseau,
PLLC at (603) 556-4148. We will review your case and explain your legal options.