Uptick in Dogs Biting Children

The pandemic provides new urgency for keeping youths safe — and dogs free from stress.

The day the U.S. went on COVID lockdown back in March 2020, Tufts Animal Behavior Clinic head Stephanie Borns-Weil, DVM, left Massachusetts for California to care for her parents, both of whom are in their 80s and had just been hospitalized with the virus. “A couple of weeks into my stay there,” she says, “I […]
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