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Dog attack warning signs to be introduced in Wokingham?

27th June 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Wokingham residents may be set to see new warning signs that will inform dog owners of how to act if their pet is involved in an attack.

There has been a rise in the number of attacks among dogs in Wokingham country park, with the area seeing two incidents in under two months. The first of these occurred last month, when Mary Macswan's labradoodle was attacked by two other dogs, reports Get Wokingham.

Dog warden Mandy Dorman told the news provider: "All the parks are getting it, it’s not just there. Personally I think people are not socialising their dogs and that's the most important thing when they're puppies."

Ms Dorman also noted that it is important for people to gather information about the attacks.

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