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Calhoun County Sheriff William Heffington said there was no history of the dogs being violent and they had received no complaints about the dogs in the past. (Credit: SashaS Skvortcova/Shutterstock.com) Calhoun County Sheriff William Heffington said there was no history of the dogs being violent and they had received no complaints about the dogs in the past. (Credit: SashaS Skvortcova/Shutterstock.com)

One week prior to the launch of the U.S. Postal Service annual national campaign to raise awareness about dog bites, a FedEx delivery driver suffered the loss of his left wrist and hand in a dog attack.

According to authorities, Paul Gmoser was delivering packages on June 4 when he was attacked by two American bulldogs when they broke out of their home. The owners were not present at the time of the attack, which occurred when Gmoser approached the door, and the two lunging dogs broke the screen and attacked him.

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