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Dog bite bad end to family’s island holiday

Monday 18 September 2017 | Written by Chris Taylor | Published in Local

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Dog bite bad end to family’s island holiday
The Winchesters enjoyed their stay in Rarotonga, despite their youngest family member Harry, being bitten by a dog. From left are: Lucas, Rob, Mia, Lisa and Harry Winchester. Inset: Three-year-old Harry Winchester received hospital treatment for this wound after being bitten on the upper arm by a stray dog in Muri. 17091516

A holiday to Rarotonga recently ended badly for a Christchurch family when their three-year son was bitten by a wandering dog.

A holiday to Rarotonga recently ended badly for a Christchurch family when their three-year son was bitten by a wandering dog.


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