Royal Mail Dog Awareness Week

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Royal Mail Dog Awareness Week

More than 60 postal workers in the capital were attacked by a dog in the 12 months to April. The figures released by Royal Mail, show nationally, more than 2,200 dog attacks took place on postmen and women. The firm has launched its annual Dog awareness week. Dr Shaun Davis is Royal Mail Group's director of safety, health and wellbeing.

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