The bites of dogs are prevalent on humid and hot days, a study suggests.

Dogs are inclined to attack when it’s hot, and sunny as well as when pollution is higher New research suggests.

According to research, it is estimated that the risk of dogs biting under these circumstances increases by about 11%.

Certain studies suggest that humans have a tendency to commit more violent crimes as temperatures rise. Hotter conditions and greater levels of pollutant levels also correlated with an increase in aggression among human beings, Rhesus monkeys, rats mice, and Rhesus monkeys.

It is concluded that dogs, or interactions between humans and dogs are more aggressive on a hot, sunny and smoggy day…

Study authors

Researchers sought to determine the extent to which dog aggression towards human beings also mirrored this trend.