Pet dogs can be quite unpredictable. My mother stated that the more silent the dog the more terrifying it is to get close to it. She urged me to always arm myself with a dog repellent when I run each and every morning.
We live in a quiet neighborhood that loves pet dogs. Each house possibly has at least one that stands on guard. While there are some mutts that recognize me probably by scent there are many others that frequently bare their fangs every time I pass by.
By using the shorter jogging route I run the danger of being chased by these crazy canines. Had I not committed my own self to shedding thirty pounds by the end of the week I wouldnt even dare to jog in this way.
But Im motivated. And the only factor that gets me through is my Mace Muzzle canine repellent. While providing me with safe entry to dog-infested communities it also gives a humane way of taking care of these gnarling creatures.
Dog pepper spray is made specifically for these types of pets and not humans. Neither should you utilize a pepper spray for people on dogs. I like pet dogs but we do not have one. My mommy is allergic to animal fur and we discovered that as soon as I brought home a wet puppy when I was five years old.
The moment my mommy got me a pepper spray for dogs I vehemently declined believing that I could severely harm the dog. She informed me that this would never occur unless I hit the mutt with the spray can in the head in which case the canine would have bitten off my ear just before I possibly could do so.
Pepper spray is non-lethal and designed as a defense weapon by spraying the contents directly unto the canine. This is to ward off the dog from seeking any kind of physical attack on you.
Given that I would not be bringing about any kind of long term damage or whatever would make the dog remember me forever I could safely utilize the dog repellent whenever that I feel threatened by the animal.