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  • How South Carolina Dog Bite Laws Are Unique

    Under South Carolina law, a dog’s owner could be held liable when someone is bitten by their pet, regardless of whether or not that dog has a history of aggression or biting. This is because South Carolina follows a strict… Read More
  • Don’t Get Bit (Dog Bite Prevention Week May 17-23)

    You only need to perform a basic Internet search to come across lists of dogs that are more likely to bite than others. You can discover the most vicious breeds and those that are the friendliest. You can learn how… Read More

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