Threatening dogs

This is a discussion on Threatening dogs within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by 64zebra In our city, dogs must be in a fenced yard or on leash at all times except at two of our ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 64zebra View Post
    In our city, dogs must be in a fenced yard or on leash at all times except at two of our city parks that have separate fenced in areas for dogs to play. Otherwise, they must be in the yard or on a leash....even the smallest rat terriers, labs, whatever, doesn't matter. Your city/county/state may vary.
    Same here in Detroit, but often unheeded. There are a few Rotts and Pits in my neighborhood (including my next-door neighbor's 120 lb Pit) that I would not want to have to try to stop with my EDC (9mm).
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    On pepper spray and a charging dog. I believe it would turn most dogs away, but I wouldn't bet on it turning ALL dogs away.
    I say this because my dad had a hunting dog. Great hunter, but had one vice...he hated skunks. He could be sprayed directly in the face and still keep attacking until he killed it. No matter how much and how many times he got sprayed...he continued on until his objective was met. Dad would take him and a case of tomato juice and count on spending time bathing him. Electric collars, throwing him in a lake.....nothing stopped him. Finally dad gave him away to another unsuspecting man. That dog COULD hunt, but not when there was a skunk around.
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    There are a million dog threads here, the conversation is the same in all of them. This one is closed, it has run its course.
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