Government dog bite studies ::
Studies and reports conducted in whole or in part by federal or state government health departments or government public health officials examining fatal and nonfatal dog bite injuries.
- Non-fatal dog bite injuries in the USA, 2005–2009, by J.T.Quirk, Public Health,Volume 126, Issue 4, April 2012, Pages 300-302.
- Emergency Department Visits and Inpatient Stays Involving Dog Bites, 2008, by Laurel Holmquist, M.A. and Anne Elixhauser, Ph.D., Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD., November 2010.
- Abstract Dog bites: still a problem?, by Gilchrist J, Sacks JJ, White D and Kresnow MJ, Injury Prevention, 2008;14:296-301 doi:10.1136/ip.2007.016220.
- Nonfatal Dog Bite--Related Injuries Treated in Hospital Emergency Departments --- United States, 2001, by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), 2003; 52(26): 605-610.
- Breeds of Dogs Involved in Fatal Human Attacks in the United States Between 1979 and 1998, by Sacks JJ, Sinclair L, Gilchrist J, Golab GC and Lockwood R, J Am Vet Med Assoc, 2000 Sep 15;217(6):836-40.
- Dog-Bite-Related Fatalities United States, 1995-1996, by Lockwood R, Morbidity and Mortality Report, CDC, May 30, 1997, Vol.46, No.21.
- Fatal Dog Attacks, 1989-1994, by Sacks JJ, Lockwood R, Hornreich J and Sattin RW, Pediatrics, 1996;97:891-5.
- Dog Bites: How Big of a Problem?, by Sacks JJ, Kresnow M and Houston B, Injury Prevention, 1996; 2:52-54.
- Incidence of Dog Bite Injuries Treated in Emergency Departments (1992-1994), by Weiss HB, Friedman DI and Coben JH, JAMA 1998 Jan 7;279(1):51-3.
- Dog Bite-Related Fatalities from 1979 through 1988, by Sacks JJ, Sattin RW and Bonzo SE, JAMA 1989 Sep 15;262(11):1489-92.
- Severe Attacks by Dogs: Characteristics of the Dogs, the Victims, and the Attack Settings, by John C Wright, Public Health Reports, 100:55–61, Jan-Feb 1985. Correction in: Public Health Reports, 100(4):363 Jul-Aug 1985.
- Unreported Dog Bites in Children, by Beck AM and Jones BA, Public Health Reports, 100(3): 315–321 May-June 1985.
- Human Deaths Induced by Dog Bites, United States, 1974-75, by William G. Winkler, Public Health Reports, 1977 Sep-Oct; 92(5): 425–429.
- Who let the dogs out? Dog bites in Arizona, Hussaini SK, Research Brief, 2014.
- Hospital-treated dog bites in Minnesota, 1998-2005, by Heather Day, RN, MPH, Jon S. Roesler, MS, and Mark Kinde, MPH, Minnesota medicine, 90(7):43-5, 47, August 2007.
- Hospitalizations Resulting from Dog Bite Injuries -- Alaska, 1991-2002, compiled by Louisa Castrodale, Int J Circumpolar Health, 2007 Sep;66(4):320-7.
- Dog Bite Rates and Biting Dog Breeds in Texas, 1995-1997, by David E Blocker, BS, MD, University of Texas-Houston Health Science Center School of Public Health (Thesis) August 2000.
- The Ecology of Dog Bite Injury in St. Louis, Missouri, by Beck A, Loring H, and Lockwood R, Public Health Reports, 90:262-269, 1975.
- Dog Bites in a U.S. County: Age, Body Part and Breed in Paediatric Dog Bites, by Sriram Ramgopal, Lauren Bealafeld Brungo, Michael R. Bykowski, Raymond D. Pitetti and Robert W. Hickey, ACTA Paediatrica, First published: 5 February 2018.
- Which Dogs Bite? A Case Control Study of Risk Factors, Gershman KA, Sacks JJ, and Wright JC, Pediatrics, 1994 Jun;93(6 Pt 1):913-7.