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What are some things to know about animal bites and tetanus?

Animal bites involve multiple animal species, but the two you're most likely to find yourself struggling with are bites from cats or dogs. Bites from these animals are a significant problem in the United States, with the majority of bites coming from cats, dogs and rodents.

Dog bites increase over the holidays: Be cautious

Despite the fact that most people's animals are affectionate, the holidays can bring out the worst in them. It's hard for pets to adjust to new people and new smells, environments and activities. In some cases, those conditions could make a normally friendly family pet aggressive or even cause it to lash out.

A rabies proclamation is a serious situation in any city or town

Minnesota has special rules that you must abide by if animals with rabies are discovered in a neighborhood or town. In areas where rabies has been discovered, the state allows the town to require muzzles on all dogs. It also has the ability to enforce leash laws, which prevent dogs from running loose in the city.

Zoonotic illnesses are a concern when you're bitten by animals

When your friend's dog bit you, you went to the hospital for treatment. Your primary concern was to stop the bleeding and get some stitches, so you didn't think much else would come from the emergency room visit. it wasn't long until you were being asked questions about the animal's vaccines and state of health.

What damages can you seek after a dog attack?

The aftermath of an animal attack can cause many individuals to feel fear, shock and pain. If you have suffered serious injuries due to a dog bite, the owner of the dog may hold liability for your injuries, and you may have the ability to seek compensation for those injuries and other damages suffered. Because you may face various difficulties after involvement in such an event, seeking much-needed compensation may prove useful to you.

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215 East Highway 55
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Buffalo, MN 55313

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Minnetonka, MN 55305

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