December 18, 2019

You Can Do These 5 Things When You Meet A Scary Dog

One thing is certain, if you are afraid of dogs, don’t do things that can actually provoke the dog. Now, don’t worry about it. Cynologists (experts who study cynology, the science of dogs, both local dogs and ordinary dogs) reveal 5 things you can do when meeting stray dogs. Additionally, if you’ve got bitten by someone’s dog, perhaps you want to hire the best dog bite attorney in Los Angeles to sue the owner of that dog.

Here are 5 things you can do:

1. Don’t panic

According to them, dogs can feel the fear that exists in humans. However, sometimes due to the aggressive attitude of the dog, we can not think clearly because it hurts too much fear.

So when in a state of fear and panic, we unconsciously do things like shouting, making threatening gestures, or even running. All of these things can provoke dogs.

2. Keep pace and walk at normal speed

When you meet a dog while running, slow down and walk as usual (slow, relax). Walk away from the dog without looking into his eyes, but still watch him through the corner of your eye. If he walks up to you, try stretching your arms to the side to make it loses its interest to you.

3. Don’t make direct eye contact

Direct eye contact can trigger an aggressive attitude in dogs. Usually, dogs consider your eye contact as a threat to themselves. And as a result, he has a reason to attack you.

Keep a close eye on the dog, but avoid direct eye contact.

4. Divert his attention with other objects

Whatever object you hold can be used as material to distract the dog. If you don’t have anything, look for small objects that are around. Look for items such as flip flops, drinking bottles, or wood, then throw them at him as a diversion.

5. Tell him to leave

If the dog is still being aggressive, position your body so that it faces him while avoiding direct eye contact. Then order him to leave. No need to overdo it. Do not equate with casting out demons.

Make sure the sound you make is strong and confident, not the high-pitched or commanding voice.

Steven D Lawson

Steven D Lawson