Imagine for a second that you’re out on your morning walk. An aggressive dog suddenly appears in front of you, following in a fierce snarl. What would you do? Dog attacks are serious. Dog bite lawyers can help people receive compensation when they are attacked by a dog. It is best to prevent or avoid such attacks. In this video, discover how to escape a dog attack.
First, don’t panic. If you are able to make your dog feel scared you will make them feel more secure. Second, don’t run. The stress of running can cause dogs to accelerate their pace, which means that their instinctive desire to chase you is stronger. Actually, standing still could defuse the issue. You will also want to not make eye contact with your dog to ensure that you’re not an enemy. You should also make fists in order your dog is unable to attack any of your fingers. In the event that you hold objects in your hand put it away in a different direction to cause a distraction. The dog may even chase the object. Then, instruct your dog to slow down. If this fails, you have the option of defending yourself by any means necessary.