MAN'S BEST FRIEND?

NOT ANYMORE, AS A SHARP INCREASE IN ATTACKS ON HUMANS BY DOGS BRINGS CALLS FOR STRICTER CONTROLS

The boys' father, an Army sergeant, had recently been sent to Bosnia-Herzegovina with the 41st Infantry out of Fort Riley, Kans.; otherwise, Christopher Wilson, 11, and his brother Terrell, 8, had little reason to feel uneasy on that Thursday morning. But as they stood waiting for a school bus in their rural subdivision in Milford on April 24, the Wilsons saw three menacing Rottweilers approaching them. The boys took off for temporary safety in a nearby clump of trees. When the older brother climbed down to run to get help, though, the dogs attacked him. The driver of the school bus,...

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