A Conversation for What to do when facing an aggressive dog
Danxyz Started conversation Apr 6, 2003
To most animals showing your teeth is a sign of aggression. An angry dog may think you are growling or snarling at it.
Perhaps an important point as many people smile when nervous.
Another point, particularly one children should be taught is that if they want to stroke a dog, to let it sniff their knuckles/back of hand first, this familiarises the dog and fingers are less likely to be bitten.
Dont touch a dog without asking the owner first.
Point number seven I would consider to be the first and most important, if the dogs is threatening you, back away and leave it alone.
magoogy Posted Apr 7, 2003
point8 - go back wiv a gun n shoot the ......!!!
point9 - break owner's nose [irresponsible c...s!!!!]
Danxyz Posted Apr 9, 2003
Was going to suggest a well timed kick in the mouth!
If its got no teeth its not going to hurt
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