In Australia, dog bites are more common than most other developed countries, with more than 20,000 dog bites reported in 2013, according to the Australian Dog Bite Statistics Agency.
The statistics agency also notes that Australian dogs are considered to be the most dangerous breed of dog in the world, with a lifetime risk of death exceeding 10 times the rate of humans.
The dog bite rate is higher in rural areas, where there is more exposure to dogs, and in some areas, particularly in inner-city suburbs, where the majority of people live.
However, according the agency, more than half of all dog bites were not fatal.
The problem with the majority is that people are not trained to identify a dog by its breed.
Instead, they assume that a dog is a toy or pet.
The breed most commonly used in Australia is the pit bull.
This breed, which is bred to be aggressive and dominant, is thought to have been introduced to Australia in the 1980s.
Pit bulls can have up to a 5-year-old pup.
The pit bull was bred to produce a breed with aggression, and a large pack, which can be intimidating to other dogs.
A pit bull attack is the result of a dog biting another dog, and the attack causes significant injuries.
A dog bite is not uncommon in Australia.
The average dog bite death rate in Australia last year was 1.8 per 100,000 population.
In comparison, the United Kingdom had the lowest rate at 0.1 per 100 people, according an Australian government report released last year.
The data also revealed that the majority (70 per cent) of dog bites in Australia were unintentional, which means that the dog was not aggressive, or had not been trained to bite, according Australian National University Professor David Kavanagh.
A study conducted by the University of Adelaide last year found that the most common dog breed in Australia was the pit-bull.
The study, which surveyed more than 100,400 people in the country, also found that people tended to think that dogs were toys, and therefore did not know about the breed’s history of violence.
Dogs, including pit bulls, are commonly believed to be dangerous and aggressive, with one Australian study finding that up to 70 per cent of dogs were trained to be violent, according a report from the University’s School of Animal Welfare and Management.
A 2014 report by the Australian Government’s Pet Protection Program found that in Australia, the majority dog owners do not have a dog-friendly policy in place.
According to the report, over 70 per year, the dog owner was given more than 30 different reasons to not allow their pet to be on the property, and that the reasons ranged from fear of getting hurt or killed to “being a nuisance to the dog”.
“The vast majority of owners believe that a pet is an animal that they are not allowed to have on the premises and are often frustrated that their dog is still living in their home,” the report read.
In addition, many owners are unaware of the rules around dog ownership, including that dogs are not permitted to roam outside the home.
The Australian Government has also announced that a new breed of pet that was developed to provide a much more dangerous alternative to pit bulls is being introduced to the country.
A breed called the “mini-puggle” has been designed by a Melbourne breeder.
The “mini” breed was designed to be less aggressive and more docile than pit bulls.
This means that it will not bite unless provoked and will not attack unless provoked.
The mini breed will be introduced to Queensland, with the hope that it could help to reduce the number of dog-bite deaths in the state.
“We have already seen in Queensland, the mini breed has helped to reduce dog-pig fatalities, and we are confident that the mini will do the same in Queensland,” Queensland Government Minister of Animal Services and Parks, Rob Oakeshott, told the ABC.
This new breed has been tested in the city of Brisbane, and is being used in the region to help reduce the dog-pit bull conflict.
The Government’s plan to introduce a breed of mini-puggies is being supported by the Dog Breeders’ Association.
“Our members have been trained by veterinarians, dog trainers, and dog-owners to recognise and control aggressive dogs, but to the extent they have not been taught to control aggressive or dangerous dogs, they will be unable to effectively control the dog and will be able to escalate and escalate aggression,” Dog Breeder’s Association of Australia president Rob Coker told the BBC.
The Queensland Government’s plans are also being supported with the help of the Australian Veterinary Council.
The Veterinary Council of Australia has said that a miniature breed can help to decrease dog-dog conflicts in Queensland and other areas.