You’ve heard that old US Postal Service slogan “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds”, or whichever other variation applies.
I suppose weather conditions are one thing, just don’t add a dog in the mix. Especially a 20-pound Jack Russell terrier.
Apparently a frisky Jack Russell terrier in Clarksburg, West Virginia has interrupted the mail delivery to at least seven homes on Milford Street.
A mail carrier was even injured after falling down trying to run away from the dog named Cozmo.
Cozmo’s owners have said the dog has never bitten anyone, but has escaped the yard a few times.
The owners and neighbors have been told their mail delivery will not resume until Cozmo is no longer residing there. Bad Cosmo!
Nothing a shot of pepper spray wouldn’t solve.
EPA approved Mace™ Muzzle pepper spray for dogs provides safe, effective and humane protection against canine attack. It is ideal protection for walkers, joggers, cyclists or delivery people and stops attacking dogs, forcing them to retreat.
You’ll never have to be scared of another dog if you keep >”Mace Muzzle with you whenever you’re out.
“Mace Muzzle canine repellent is an excellent product for defending against attacking dogs.”
This specially formulated pepper spray is designed specifically for dogs and has been proven to be effective in encounters with aggressive canines. If a dog attacks you, spraying this repellent in it’s face will stop him in his tracks.
It will overpower the animal and he will retreat. If you jog or take walks, then you should carry this dog spray with you. It is lightweight, easily accessible, and will provide fast protection when you need it most.
I’m not sure why a canister of dog repellent isn’t standard issue for all UPS drivers, US Postal Mail carriers and all other delivery personnel that routinely encounter animals.
We aren’t spraying to hurt the animals, we are spraying to stop the animal from hurting us. It is normal for most dogs to roll on the ground and rub their eyes in an attempt to remove the spray from the facial area. The painful, irritating effects usually wear off within several minutes, leaving the dog unharmed, but perhaps a tad wiser…
Dogs aren’t stupid. They will get the point.
Protect yourself, Protect your family, Be Safe, Be Prepared.
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