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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder from Dog Attacks

Posted on July 23rd, 2022

A dog attack can be an extremely traumatic and terrifying experience. While a dog bite may lead to physical injuries, many victims experience psychological symptoms as well. It is very common to develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following a dog attack, especially if the victim is a child. If you or a loved one recently

How Dogs Interpret Body Language

Posted on July 6th, 2022

Dogs are an extremely popular pet in Washington, and many people consider these animals to be an important part of their families. Consequently, we often forget that dogs are animals and impose human emotions and tendencies on them. The fact is that dogs are equipped with their own instincts, thoughts, and interpretations. Understanding how dogs

FAQs Surrounding Dog Bites and Attacks

Posted on June 25th, 2022

Dogs are an extremely popular pet in Washington state, but with the presence of dogs comes a risk of attacks. Bites from dogs can cause serious injuries, illnesses, and long-term psychological consequences.  In Washington, victims of dog bites have the right to file a lawsuit against the owner of the animal that attacked them. Here

Are You Liable if Your Dog Bites Someone on Your Property?

Posted on June 12th, 2022

As dog parents, we love our animals. The last thing we expect is for our dog to bite someone or harm someone on our property. Unfortunately, many Washington dog owners are left in shock when their animal bites someone on their premises. You will likely be liable if your dog bites someone on your property.

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