HOUSTON, May 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The United States Postal Service recently released its annual report on the dog biting dilemma in the United States. It's a common anecdote that dogs and mail carriers are constantly at odds with each other, and this year's report from the USPS not only proves that it continues to be true, but that dog attacks on mail carriers are on the rise. In 2015, 6,549 postal workers reported being attacked, which is a 12% rise over last year's attacks. The USPS also discussed in their report the cities in the US with the highest number of reported incidents, and Houston, Texas topped the chart as the number one city for dog attacks on mail carriers last year. To read more on this report, or to take part in the discussion, go to AnimalPlex.com.
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