Come on man!!
That’s why I switched to bear spray. So far, 100% success.I saw a dog take a full-face blast of pepper spray and just shake it off. He had his teeth into another dog's neck and someone else at the dog park thought they could help by spraying the attacking dog.
Did nothing. Zip. Zilch.
The attacking dog eventually killed the other dog, and turned on the owner who was trying his best to break it up.
I was on the other side of the fence and though I was carrying, shooting a dog that's not attacking me is not the way I want to lose my status as the "gray man," in my neighborhood.
The attacker was from the "dog of peace" breed and was eventually put down by the police animal control unit. The owner had to get serious stitches in both arms and one leg. The lab that was killed was one of the sweetest dogs you could imagine.
I missed the start of the fight, but the end was brutal...
Pepper spray will probably turn the chihuahua whose going to bite your ankles, but it's not going to turn away anything serious.
Haven’t even clicked it but I know it’s From Dusk til dawn. You are right about the greatness of that scene
Oooh maybe if you talk sweet nothings to Fido that will work as he tears your leg and skirt off. OR if it is shot maybe it won’t maul a little kid later down the road.Some people just don't want to have to kill something unless absolutely necessary?
Dude, you asked the question, I just answered it. Don't bite my head off for it.Oooh maybe if you talk sweet nothings to Fido that will work as he tears your leg and skirt off. OR if it is shot maybe it won’t maul a little kid later down the road.
I get what you are saying but once those teeth are sunk in that is a different story. I would rather have the gun than just spray for sure. I suppose in certain situations it might not be terribly safe to go to the gun either if in a populated area.Dude, you asked the question, I just answered it. Don't bite my head off for it.
Also, I think getting OC gas in your face is a bit different than "talking sweet nothings", IDK how the heck you managed to conflate those two things.
It's not either / or proposition. It is situational. I got 0 issue offing a dog attacking my dog or attacking me. Most use our judgment at any given time. In my case, the male pittie ran up to my dog (we were in a field and she was about 30 feet in front of me) to hump her not attack her. He got sprayed twice, started whining and trying to wipe his face. His owner came and got him. Either he didn't know his dog got sprayed or he knew better to say something. I love dogs more than most people and don't want to have to off one if I don't have to.Oooh maybe if you talk sweet nothings to Fido that will work as he tears your leg and skirt off. OR if it is shot maybe it won’t maul a little kid later down the road.
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If he's done jobs there for many years, were there dogs there at the time? If so, why didn't he insist the dogs be put away?He's done jobs there for many years. This time he was stalked and bitten from behind in the calf. He's a self-employed plumber who needs his legs. Hasn't been able to work for two weeks and is in a lot of pain.
Why would you take a chance like that. Having a dog off leash is just asking for trouble.I carry OC, a blade, a gun, and ASP to walk my unleashed Pittie and protect her. I OC sprayed a male Pittie and he did not like that. My dog is a puss
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