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Old 01-25-2013, 12:16 PM
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Question What to do when feral dogs attack your dog?

Well since I live in latin america is well know there's a LOT of feral dogs in the streets... the poor things.

I want to know what to do when feral dogs attack your dog?

In this week I took Pompadour to our front yard for him to make bathroom and he went to the grass near the steel fence that separates the house from the the street.

He stared to make poop near the fence when a big feral dog (looked like a GSD or a huskie mix) came running fast and leaped to try to attack Pompadour since he was so vulnerable making poop, thank goodness the fence was there and is made of hard metal because the dog slammed into the fence and I yelled NO! and he went away.

When Pompadour saw this he was scared and tried to make the poop faster and run but failed.

The dog's body language did looked like a tiger going for a prey, I know is not the feral's dog fault he had mange in all his body and you could see the ribs, so it appeared like since he saw the chance of a tiny creature being vulnerable and he was hungry he saw the chance for an easy meal, the conditions of the feral dogs makes me feel bad, they didn't asked to born.

What I can do if something like this happens again? there's so many feral dogs so there's a chance that they might want to attack a toy dog since is an easy prey, what I do is to carry him in my arms in places were I have seen feral dogs.
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