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Attack Dogs / New York City #43466

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 22, 1976
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(Studio) Report on trained attack dogs.
REPORTER: Ted Koppel

(New York) Captain Arthur Haggerty demonstrates attack training for dogs. [HAGGERTY - says dogs are dangerous in irresponsible hands.] 40,000 bitten by dogs in New York City last year; 3000 bitten by trained dogs. Firemen and police are likely victims of dogs. [New York City firefighter Vincent CHIODC - describes injuries received from dogs.] [Pat WIDMER - notes her injuries after a dog attack.] [Director New York City Animal Affairs Dr Alan BECK - tells of plans to make attack dogs wear special medallions and to give out info. with regard to attack dogs.] Reporter notes solution to problem.
REPORTER: Roger Caras

Caras, Roger;
Koppel, Ted

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