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Dog bite

Dog bite: Introduction

A bite from a dog. A dog bite may result simply in a minor puncture wound or may cause serious injury. Dog bites may also result in the victim suffering from various diseases as a dog's mouth can contain many germs. ...more »

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Definitions of Dog bite:

A bite inflicted by a dog - (Source - WordNet 2.1)

 

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