robbery 1995 to May 2018 it has been noted 617 Wolf attacks on dogs in Norway and Sweden. Of those stopped 400 attack by the dog died. The attacks almost exclusively hunting dogs, men 80 percent of dog handlers, however, has not stopped releasing hunting dogs because there are wolves in the land. At the same time, it is an equal proportion of dog handlers who are more or less willing to try to reduce the risks of getting the dog taken by wolves.

It appears from a research report by the Norwegian Environment Directorate requested from Nina, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research.

Most frequently, attacks in the wolf territory
Both in Sweden and Norway takes over 70 percent of the attacks in the wolf territory or within ten kilometers of territory.

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