The number of dangerous dogs seized in the Avon & Somerset area has risen for the third year in a row - that's according to figures obtained by ITV News.
Seventy six dogs were taken from their owners last year - up from forty two in the previous twelve months. And more than double the number reported two years before. Victims like Claire Langlands, who was attacked by a dangerous dog in Yeovil, is calling for a change in the law.
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