2 thoughts on “Which part of the dog bites cat is the most deadly”

  1. Dog biting cat's jaw part is the most fatal. When a cat bites a dog, a relatively small hole can be formed on the skin. However, after catching cats, dogs often grab and sway their heads, so they cause more serious damage to the lower tissue, and can even hurt the bones and chest walls or abdominal walls. Dogs' jaws can apply huge tear force, so wounds that pass through the thorax or abdominal organs often occur. In addition to physical trauma, dogs' oral bacteria and environmental pollution wounds often occur, and dirt or plant debris can pollute the surface or deep of the wound.

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