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What to do about an aggressive dog?

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    Health Dept ..... can do a lot about the smells, not cleaning up feces in his apt, etc.

    Video the dog being aggressive, send it to animal control ... see if they don't agree.
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    pepper spray most dogs are smart enough to learn after a spray or two . good luck and be safe

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    Totally agree on the pepper spray, but don't be content with him turning tail after just a squirt. For a lasting effect chase him if possible while soaking his coat with OC, every time he goes to groom himself for a while he will get a snout full of it. It will make him aware that you are a bad dude not to be messed with. The added benefit is that when the owner lets him in he will get some also.

    Of course dogs also love tasersYouTube - Dog attacks Police Officer Taser Full News Report


    Also if you are brave enough to catch the dog you could also change his color, Blaze Orange seems to work well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncsteveh View Post
    Also if you are brave enough to catch the dog you could also change his color, Blaze Orange seems to work well.
    If you're brave enough to catch the dog, either drive it to the country and shoot it or escort it to animal control yourself. No need to get into trouble over painting it. But I really don't recommend trying to catch it.

    Pepper spray is probably your safest bet, however I knew a guy who carried a cattle prod when walking his dogs around strays.
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    Consider the possibility that you will have to deal with the dog's owner who will be upset about his dog. Too bad you can't spray him for general principles.

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    +1 ammonia in a spray bottle

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