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Why is the RSPCA defending the American Bully dog?

28 August 2023

5:00 PM

28 August 2023

5:00 PM

Britain is caught in the jaws of a dangerous dog.

In the past two years, fatal dog attacks in the UK have increased dramatically. It used to be that around three people a year were killed by dogs. In 2022, that rose to ten people – including four children. Another five people have already been killed by dogs in 2023.

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