A 10-year-old boy who was attacked by a police dog in Sandwell has undergone two operations to clean up and treat his wounds.
The family of a schoolgirl from Northamptonshire who lost a leg in a dog attack is raising £6,000 to buy her a prosthetic replacement.
The mother of a three-year-old boy says she thought her son was going to die after he was attacked by a dog.
– Family statement
As a family we remain absolutely devastated by Harry's death.
Although he was only with us for eight days, he had brought enormous happiness to us all and his loss is a tragedy we will carry with us forever.
We will treasure every single moment we enjoyed with him and we will never forget the joy he gave us when he arrived.
We would like to thank everyone for the kind messages we have been sent and the sympathy we have been shown, but once again we would request that we are left alone to continue to deal with our loss.
Eight-day-old Harry died as a result of a tragic incident – recorded at the inquest as an ‘accidental death’.
The inquest was concluded at Wellington Civic Centre today (April 9).
The inquest into the death of Harry Harper heard that the family had owned dogs for a number of years and that the dog concerned, "PJ" a Jack Russell Cross had never shown any previous aggression or violence.
The death of a baby who was bitten by a family pet dog was an accident, a coroner has ruled.
One week old Harry Harper died at his grandparents home in Telford in November last year.
The inquest heard that the family had owned dogs for a number of years and that the dog concerned, "PJ" a Jack Russell Cross had never shown any previous aggression or violence.
The mother of Harry Harper quietly sobbed as the family listened to the details of how he came to die.
The coroner ruled that Harry Harper died from severe head injuries after being attacked by the dog.
An inquest will resume today into the death of a week-old boy bitten by his family's pet dog.
Harry Harper died in Telford, Shropshire, last November after being taken to hospital from a semi-detached house in the Ketley area of the town.
In a statement issued a day after the incident, West Mercia Police confirmed that a Jack Russell terrier had been put down following what appeared to be a "tragic accident".
Harry, who had suffered a significant head injury, was pronounced dead at Telford's Princess Royal Hospital after paramedics were called to an address in Woodside Road shortly before 8am on November 20.
His relatives, who asked to be left in peace to grieve, issued a short statement on November 21 in which they said: "As a family we are absolutely devastated by Harry's death and have no words to describe the loss we have suffered."
An inquest is expected to open today into the death of a one-week-old baby boy who died after being bitten by his pet dog in Shropshire.
Harry Harper was attacked by a Jack Russell in Telford in November 2012.
He was pronounced dead after being taken to Telford's Princess Royal Hospital.
The mother of a three year old boy says she thought her son was going to die after he was attacked by a dog.
Trafford Jackson-Poole needed 100 stitches to his face and was left with a fractured eye socket after he was mauled by the Japanese Akita. His mother says the dog should be destroyed.
We should warn you, Victoria Davies reports starts with the close up shots of the injuries to Trafford's face.
Police investigating the death of an eight day-old boy from Ketley killed by a dog have concluded he died of a head injury.
Harry Harper died after being bitten by a dog in Telford, Shropshire.
It is understood the dog involved in the death of a one-week-old baby in Shropshire, has been put down.
A group of young farmers were taken to a test track in Warwickshire today for some tips on how to cope behind the wheel. Research shows rural young drivers are 37% more likely to have a collision those who live in urban areas and the majority of our members live in rural communities.
At the Prodrive test track near Honiley, drivers can be put through their paces in tricky conditions, and find out how to cope when things go wrong.
A two year-old girl has been savaged by a dog as she played in a children's park. The toddler was bitten on the face and needed plastic surgery for her wounds.
Mother Lauren has said their family pet will now be re-homed as she does not trust dogs with children.