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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    A horrific, frightening incident

    A horrific, frightening incident


    A newborn baby has died, after being bitten by a dog at a Hamilton house on Sunday night.

    The dog is being held at the city pound, and it's not yet known whether it will be put down.

    Animal behaviourist Mark Vette says a dog attack is tough - because it's like siblings hurting each other.

    He says it's highly traumatising for everyone involved, including the dog.

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