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  1. all you gotta do is keep a steak in your pocket , get the steak out between you and the dog , dog takes steak and you run your ass off

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  2. I keep a dog treat taped to the barrel of my .45. Here you go boy.

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  3. You should have named this video how to help home invaders to protect themselves from guard dogs

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  4. I scared to ride my bike now

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  5. All pit bulls must die

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  6. Hector could you please explain what would happen if I charge the dog (especially a large one) when it's showing hostility or is already charging at me? I've scared away smaller, unfriendly dogs by fake charging but the larger dogs are obviously more to worry about.

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  7. Very helpful video. I was attacked, as a child, by a german shepherd and have feared dogs ever since. I carry a knife when I walk in my neighborhood, but actually wish I had a gun. Children would have no chance with vicious dogs. Owners are too often clueless about what their dogs are capable of.

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  8. dog souls 3

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  9. thank you

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  10. what else can you put in front of you to protect yourself? I'm slightly afraid of bigger dogs as I was attacked a few years ago

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  11. I killed a Rottweiler by kicking it very hard on the chest before he even had a chance to latch on. I am 245 lb with massive muscle mass. don't try this if you don't have the strength in your legs.

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  12. This video = hats are awesome

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  13. great video with alot of useful info. the climax, being the last segment, was bit dissappointing however… your tactic for getting that rot off your arm didn't have any effect on him. it was the owners command that got him to release. I realize you would need to use more force in an actual attack and was not going to hurt the rot in this demonstration but, at least hit him hard enough to produce the desired result and see how effective it would be in a real dog attack. who's to say that hitting him wouldn't have caused an even more aggresive response from the rot? still a great video though and I think the most useful info it has to offer is how to read the dogs body language to quickly categorize it and determine the level of threat. thanks for posting.

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  14. soo many rules for a bunch of fucking dogs and their owners, gimme a break.

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  15. gr8 info. can u tell me what is likely to happen after u have stopped the dog biting with the chop to the shoulder blades or throat ? will the dog back off or want another bite?

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  16. People who own pit bulls should be shot with the dog.

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  17. This information was so useful. Thank you!

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  18. Excellent video…
    There wouldn't so many dogs' attacks and bites if people were supervising their dogs at all time… Do NOT leave your dog alone in the backyard, period!…
    Most people use their backyard as a lazy way to exercise their dogs…
    The result? Dogs get frustrated from lack of exercise and very territorial. For a dog, a backyard is nothing more than a big cage…
    You want to own a dog? Get involved… Get off your lazy a$$, take your dog out for long walks, socialise it and train it!…

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  19. I have had several incidents with loose dogs over the years but the most scary one was when I was walking to work on a trail in an open field a few years ago. I was high up on a hill and some young men below had three large dogs. One was a saint bernard and the other two were yellow in color and not much smaller. They began to run up the hill in my direction together. Knowing the pack mentality I thought at that minute that that was going to be my last day on earth. I knew I could not run so yelling at the people to call off the dogs, I drew my pocket knife and assumed the most read stance I could, and waited. The people said they wouldn't hurt me but that was no comfort because I had been in a similar situation in the past with the owner present on the street in front of her house. I was going to die but I was going to take at least one with me. Fortunately the dogs stopped about 30 yards away. looked at me, then turned and ran back down the hill to their owners. I've never been bit. Except for a couple of times as a child I never run from dogs. People truly do not understand their dogs and what they are capable of. I have also had loose dogs attempt to take me down from behind by moving toward my achilles tendon as wolves do on prey. I always turned into it and they would abort. That former incident was one with three dogs. You just have to keep turning.

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  20. This is the most helpful and accurate dog-biting prevention video I ever watched! Great tips and spot on on everything you guys teach! The only thing that is off is the clearness of the video! Why such a blurry video on such high quality instructions? What a shame!

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  21. Would attacking the animal's eyes stop their attack? I always carry a very strong EDC knife, or my car keys, and if a dog latched onto me, I'm sorry but it's going to have terrible vision very quickly.

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  22. fuck this shit.. how can read a dogs mind.. if it growls pepper spray it then kill it.

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  23. What if I don't have a hat!

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  24. my uncle would bite the dog back lol. somehow they would become friends after the fight.

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  25. In the years that I used to deliver water, especially to people's houses, I found the best thing to do is "Pay the dog off"!! In other words, offer the dog "Dog Treats"!! Offering a dog treats is a sign of "Respect" to the dog, and 9 times out of 10, the dog will let you do whatever you have to do there, and leave, with no incident.

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  26. Thanks for the helpful information!!

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  27. Great video. Thanks for putting this together. I've been chased by dogs a few times while out running…some of them real monsters. A few times they were just inches away. I guess I've been lucky to have never been bitten. I carry UDAP Pepper Spray now. Do you have experience with this particular pepper spray against attacking dogs? A post below says that pepper spray doesn't work against an aggressive dog.

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  28. so usefull advices, thanks alot

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  29. Thanks for this informational video

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  30. I almost got attacked by a dog. It started running towards me from my right. I immediately noticed, faced it and yelled at it. I managed to scare it away and avoid getting bit. Lucky me.

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  31. Hi my name is Kim in Australia, my job takes me to communities with many dogs and some are aggressive, you're videos have really helped thanks.👍🐕

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  32. great piece of knowledge

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  33. This video is really helpful thank you! I'm gonna probably try to use this if it ever happens again. But I have two questions. one is what if you are wearing only shorts and a t shirt with no hat or object with you? and 2, what if you are alone and the dog is without the owner?

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  34. Read the dog, as in this video, sprays are ineffective and more likely to incapacitate you than the dog. When the dog leaps at you, just be ready with the deployment of a folding tactical knife (Kershaw Zero Tolerance and Spyderco Paramilitary are two effective favorites; YouTube them for videos). Save your own life because the owner yelling "Felix, get off the man! Come back here!" will only allow you to die before stopping their own dog. Save yourself.

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  35. Body language of the dogs that he's talking about here don't always work at all times…Some dogs can be deceiving, especially the trained ones. Remember, these wild and aggressive dogs are like lions or tigers ! They can be very vicious and attack you without warnings…Some may attack quietly and lightning fast or may pretend that they are relaxed or quiet or friendly…my best advice to everyone here, do not trust them, you just have to react real fast, too but don't panic, be smart and do the best you can to defend yourself by getting more education and tips how to fight back and destroy these fucking dogs !

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  36. Great video. One question: What do you do if a dog does not let go even when you strike them? Could you wrestle them down, throw them against something or pin them with your bodyweight? How would you recommend doing it?

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  37. So, with hitting the dog on the back or underneath, what happens after the dog releases? Do you back away or is the dog more likely to back off after that?

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  38. awesome. Do u have any suggestions for a good dog pepper spray or will human pepper spray work?

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  39. kill all pitbulls. not for the pitbulls, but for the fucked up people that have them

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  40. Thanks.

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  41. Good video on the topic. Reading body language and assessing level of aggressiveness is the first line of defense, also good behavioral tips on deescalation and leaving.
    But concerning to actual self defense, hitting the dog between the shoulders could be executed more easily and forceful, but does it really have an effect on a determined aggressive dog? IMHO the throat punch would be more effective, but sure is a lot harder to execute properly, regarding the awkward angle.
    One thing I missed though, is advice on assisting an attacked person.
    Anyway, thanks for sharing your knowledge.

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  42. If I'm forced to defend myself against an aggressive breed, I think there's a fair chance I'll have to defend myself against the owner too. Aggressive breed owners are generally stupid with ego problems. I am ready and willing to hurt an offended dog owner that I've had to defend myself against.

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  43. What will you do if you dont have a hat, a spray, or anything that you could put infront of the dog?? By the way I always bring with me a 4,000 volts flashlight stungun. Every time when an aggressive dog goes infront of me I pull my stungun out press the button and it makes this noisy electric sound and sparks and the dog runs and hide immediately. Do you think the stungun is enough to protect me from more aggressive dogs?

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  44. very helpful

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  45. So, always wear a good cap!!!

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  46. it's probably a dumb question but I was wondering if it could be possible to use your belt as a kind of weapon, maybe beating the dog with it or trying to put it around its neck as much tight as you can. but probably you won't have enough time to do something like this.

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  47. This video is going in my favorites. this could save people's lives. I've gotten aggressive dogs off other dogs with a rear naked choke but after watching this video, I've increased my knowledge.

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