How to defend a dog attack? What should you do if you're attacked by a dog? Should you run or fight? There is the only one way to survive.
You are enjoying your morning run in the park before work, and then suddenly a stray dog runs up to you, looking like it’s ready to attack you. Here are the most helpful recommendations of experts on how to keep yourself safe from dogs or what to do if you get attacked.
Who is at risk? 0:35
Avoiding the attack 0:58
Defending yourself 4:04
After the attack 5:19
- Most of the time joggers, cycles, and other fast-moving people get attacked.
- Don’t panic. Don’t try to run. Stand still. Don’t make eye contact. Make fists. Distract the dog with another object. Command the dog to «Back away!».
- Fight back. Yell for help. Protect your face and neck.
- See a doctor. Report the dog.
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Two stray dogs tried to attack me a few days ago. Instinctively I started roaring as loud as I could and charged in their direction. As tough as they seemed at the beginning, they got scared and ran away. Jungle law applies to humans as well - If you wanna survive, you have to become a beast!
I shouted to the owner to take control of the dog as it was coming towards me or I would stab it. They did not so I assumed they couldn't take control of The dog and stabbed it repeatedly in the head to stop it attacking me. That's how to survive a dog attack
Two things I learned from experience.
1. Talk to the dog in a friendly higher tone voice that you'd speak to your own animals when praising them and being affectionate. It's owner or a person who it came in contact with in the past who it had a positive experience with undoubtedly spoke to it in this manner. Most dogs will hear and take this as a familiar and friendly interaction.
Case in point:
I was walking on a nearly deserted beach one early morning when I observed in the distance a stray dog run from the dunes and attack an elderly woman. As I ran to render aid the dog turned and charged at me in a very aggressive manner. I immediately picked up a rock to prepared to be attacked. Just as the dog came within striking range, I inexplicably started talking to it in that friendly somewhat baby talk voice we all use to be affectionate to our own pets, "hey baby, are you a good puppy, yes you are, you're a good boy ..." To my surprise this dog who moments before was growing and baring his teeth, who clearly had intentions of biting me, came to a full stop and started waging his tail. In an instant he was my buddy. I couldn't believe how effective it was or my luck. I've always loved dogs and the thought of hurting it came second to my attempt to make friends with it and it worked.
2. If a dog is biting someone and won't let go grab it's hind legs and lift them off the ground. As many have seen in numerous videos when certain breeds of dogs latch on it's impossible, even for the owner, to get them to let go. Hitting them or pulling on them actually makes them more aggressive. Ever play rope toy tug of war with a dog? They live for that stuff. However dogs have this internal balance behavioral reaction that when their rear legs are lifted is triggered and this will more than likely lead to them letting go in an attempt to reestablish their balance.
I was once attacked by a very vicious dog which bit my arm, and the only way it let go was by me reaching around and sticking 2 fingers up it's Bum. The calming effect this had on the beast was immediate, but started growling again as soon as I withdrew my fingers. So for the next 20 minutes I had to keep my fingers in there until it was satisfied I posed no threat to it. That dog followed me around for years after that episode.
one time i was walking from school and a dog came running at me and started sniffing me and i got scared i started to call for help my mom came outside to see what was happening i started to run and she or he ran away but i i know i shouldint run
Put something over the dogs head or Climb the nearest tree u can find. Dogs can't climb trees. Also try running around other people or try to find a cat. If u find something u can jump into that's too high for the dog to jump over GET OVER IT! Try entering the nearest shop u can find or even if it's a corner shop. If u have any money or left over snacks Throw it as far as possible from u. If it doesn't stop following u open a water bottle and spill it on the floor. Dogs crave food and water. If u have something shiny throw it far from u. Try to find a road where cars are coming from a distance that u won't get hit and CROSS it! It's more likely the dog won't make it in time and will be hit by the car. Find a trash can or something big and put it over them. Move behind them if they are charging for u. This will make it go in circles and get dizzy...maybe? Try hiding urself or wear something lightly coloured u have If u wear dark colours the dog will think ur bad and come after u. If u are surrounded by dogs Get your keys or something that can make a Single noise and Throw it! They will go after it! Hope these tips keep u safe. Have a good day. Btw I'm 12 and ik this by TERRIFYING experience and I tried all of these tactics and it worked. :)
I was walking and the place was new. My father was walking in front 9f me nit that close not too far ...when he pass a shop he saw a dog but the dog was facing the other side and when I was about to pass i make a eye contact whith that dog he slowly came towards me as I was passing and within a second that dig grabbed my side part if left leg near to my knees i yell and put my legs away . I got a small scratch.
My 7 year old brother got bite by a dog in after school. 😔 we took him to the hospital in the second day. The doctors said he will be ok but after a week my brother’s skin got so red and his skin was itching we took him to hospital again they gave him medicine and he got a little better my brother thought that the doctors would cut his arms because his arms got so red and itchy. So this the 3 week after the dog bite and now my brother’s skin is getting red almost every day and he is so scared 😓 we took him to the hospital again but the doctors just give some medicine and I wish he will get better. Please pray for my little brother 😭😭😭😭😭😭
I have been gifted by God to have no fear of dogs. I have been rushed by a junkyard German Shepard and within a couple of minutes was petting him and he led me to his masters house. One "date" asked where her dog was when I knocked on the door and entered the house. I told he I just petted him and he was in the back yard. She said "no one" had ever got past that dog and some had been bitten. A couple of weeks ago I was in my garage working and I seen a large Rottweiler about 15 feet from me at the side of my truck. I just said nice puppy and he turned and ran away. I love dogs and I think they know it, like an amateur dog whisperer.
So there came a time when the area where I live, the block became a home to almost 7-9 dogs. They used to always bark a lot at people and anyone passing by, but i learned from that. I stopped looking at them at all, just passed by as calm as possible even if they barked a lot i behaved like I didn't even care. This way they stopped barking at me after few weeks. And my fear of dogs just went away. Once I went to the market across the street with my friend to buy few things, someone's dog came at us and was barking, he was walking slowly. My friend panicked and started the bike, but i just stood still, didnt listen to the dog. Told me friend to do the same and asked the owner to tell the dog to stop doing this. and the dog just sat down and I went with my friend.
Although I agree with most of the advice you have missed out on two important pieces of information. A barking dog is nervous and unless provoked will not attack you. A growling dog is different as it means to attack you. Eye to eye contact is then important. Do not just look at it but stare at it. At no time cease from staring as it will then attack. A human can usually out stare a dog. This was the advice my Dad gave me. The dog will usually back of. If not hit and ram your fist down its throat to choke it. As to dealing with more than one dog I can advise from experience. At about 20 I was on a 20 mile charity walk with the YMCA. We were walking across a field when 4 Alsatians ran at us barking. I told my friends not to run but to stand still hands at there sided and fists clenched. The dogs circled us an soon calmed down and became friendly. One dog did not want to leave us. We shut it behind a gate but those behind use let it loose. In the end we gave up and it followed me and my mate the rest of the walk about 18 miles back to the YMCA. As we did not know where it came from we decided to take it to the police. The Police laughed when we told them what happened. They said at least the dog had a good walk. My friend gave me a nickname after the event.
I was ridding my motorcycle when a big f... dog started chasing me....the road was not paved so i couldn't go faster than 30 KM/h or i may have been toppled.i had no option but to run and the dog could very well run to 40 Km/h.At last i managed to escape the beast only to find out my road was a dead end and i had to turn back again and face the dog yet again .the return leg was twice scary as the first time....but i managed to speed up and lose the f...er.Wow. i really hope no one gets attacked by a dog.it's an awful experience and dog has complete advantage over you in terms of speed and brute force and the will to attack.
At 3:18 we always have something in our pocket, it is a phone.. You can choose which would you like..your safety or your phone..if I , I would rather to choose be bitten by dog than spending a lot of money to buy a new phone😂
Using a 500mW laser on the dog is also very effective. It will disable the dog's sight and give you time to either stab it dead or run away. It can also be used to counter human attackers. But do not use it if unprovoked, because you will for sure cause permanent eye damage to people and animals.
Once I was attacked by a dog you want to know what I did I knocked it out ya'll must be thinking animal cruelty but it try to bite me I jumped over it that I grab this mouth and hit in the back of the head and knocked it out
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