Posts Tagged aggressive dogs

Rachael Ray and her Vicious Attack Dog

Posted by Rob on Saturday, 13 February, 2010

If Michael Vick was still involved on the fight circuit, he might be giving celebrity chef Rachael Ray a call to see if her red-and-white pit bull Isaboo is available.

Apparently this hell hound has attacked at least five other dogs, while going all Mike Tyson like in his last incident, biting off another dog’s ear.

Ray is now “grief-stricken” and afraid for her dog’s life, as he will likely be put down after his violent history. Ray was even injured in one of the previous attacks when she attempted to intervene in her dog’s antics.

This last time, the talk-show host was walking the pit bull down a Greenwich Village street in New York City.

“As the other dog walked by, Isaboo lashed out so quickly and ripped the other dog’s ear off before its handler could pull it away,” says a witness to the attack. Luckily a vet was able to reattach the victim dog’s ear.

Rachael Ray and her attorney husband, John Cusimano offered to pay the medical bills and any additional costs. Can you say lawsuit?

As bad at these several attacks on other canines is, Ray is extremely lucky that her precious Isaboo hasn’t yet attacked a person or worse yet, a child. Which seems may just be a matter of time, given his track record.

So next time to see Rachael Ray strolling down the street, or trying to peddle her All Natural Pet Food Line, make sure you have your Mace Muzzle canine repellent or an Ultrasonic Super Dogchaser before Isaboo makes a 30-second meal out of you or your dog.

Be Safe, Be Prepared.

Related Posts:
More Tips for Encountering Aggressive Dogs
Dogs Trap Postal Worker, Attack Car Tires
Dog Bites Boy, Boy Bites Dog. Take That!

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Sometimes You Just Can’t Take the Bite out of the Dogs

Posted by Rob on Thursday, 4 February, 2010

In this case out of Ljubljana, the dog’s bark is definitely not worse than their bite.

Slovenian authorities report a 52-year-old pet owner was mauled to death by his three bullmastiffs dogs after saving them from being put down for previously attacking other humans.

Talk about biting the hand that feeds you, the dogs attacked the owner in his garden Tuesday. The owner was dead before the police arrived. The dogs were put down immediately following this third attack.

Bullmastiffs (not actual animals from attack)

Apparently, some four years ago, the dogs viciously attacked and seriously injured someone walking past their owner’s house. The dogs spent years in custody awaiting legal trial, but then one of the dogs attacked another person, this time a dog handler. Authorities ordered the dogs to be put down, prompting an appeal by the owner.

Sparking a national controversy, their owner’s appeals succeeded last June and he got the dogs back. An opposition party is now petitioning that the agriculture minister resigns for allowing the dogs to be released.

Effective Self Defense Options for Aggressive Dogs:
Mace Muzzle Pepper Spray for Dogs
Ultrasonic Dog Chaser
Stun Master Telescopic Stun Baton

Other Dog Related Blog Posts:
Encountering an Unfriendly Dog
More Tips for Encountering Aggressive Dogs
Dogs Trap Postal Worker, Attack Car Tires

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Product Review: Stun Master Telescopic Stun Baton

Posted by Casey on Tuesday, 2 February, 2010

Day by day it is becoming hard to live peacefully and life has become even harder for women all over the world. We aren’t talking some post-apocalypse degradation of society like in those futuristic movies, but cases of theft, break-ins, robberies and rapes in the news are just as common as the daily sunset. So what exactly can people do in sticky situations which pit them against nasty miscreants?

Begging sounds good but it doesn’t even wiggle a tick on their ears so it’s best to give them some of their own medicine. Carrying a pepper spray is just too easy, and a small burst of OC spray may be just enough distraction to increase your success at running away.

Another impressive self-defense innovation is the “Stun Master Telescopic Stun Baton”. These batons can serve a couple different purposes such as:

- You can use them effectively as a flash light
- There’s an in-built alarm system which is shrill enough to pierce your assailant’s ears
- More importantly, just flip the safety and press the trigger and your Telescopic Stun Baton extends into a High-Voltage (800,000 volt) shock emitter

This stun baton is capable of causing muscle spasms, mental disorientation, fear and confusion against your target. Once you have purchased this product, just charging it up (it’s rechargeable, no batteries needed) and strap it to your hip. Your Stun Master Telescopic Stun Baton will make those predators cringe with jolts of pure electricity while simultaneously alerting those passer-bys through its high pitched 120 decibel sound.

The best feature is the telescopic reach. It is 21.5 inches long when fully extended, keeping extra distance between you and your attacker. If your attacker has a stun gun himself, or a knife, you want him as far away from you as possible.

The next time you go out on that hiking trip, stroll in the park or just a picnic in lush green woods, make sure you have Stun Master Telescopic Stun Baton with you. You just never know. We understand that deep down inside, every human being demands a safe and secure environment. Although, we can’t make this world a perfect place, you can certainly gain an upper hand through self defense products.

We get many questions asking on if  Telescopic Stun Batons would be effective on defending against dog attacks. Many of the described attacks are vicious attacks on other dogs and their owners, usually causing injury or trama to the pet. Often, there are more than two dogs are involved and breeds like American Pit Bulls, Rottweilers and other large dogs are typically blamed.

As we certainly do not advocate cruelty or mistreatment of any animal, we do believe in the safety and security of our customers first. Everyone has the right to defend themselves,  others, and their pets from unwanted injury or attack. We have been getting several cases of positive feedback on the effectiveness of these Stun Master Telescopic Stun Baton when used in defense against attacking dogs

The effects of a less-than-lethal stun device on a canine is similiar to the effects on a human, and in many cases, the dogs are smaller in size allowing the device to work quicker. No man, woman or animal wants to go toe-to-toe, or paw-to-paw with 800,000 volts of attitude adjusting voltage, while the extended reach of the telescopic stun baton is ideal for keep some distance between you and the animal or reaching the shorter animal without bending down to its level.

Be Safe, Be prepared. 

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Pepper Spray for Lions, Tigers and Bears

Posted by Rob on Saturday, 30 January, 2010

Pepper spray comes in many varieties. You have stream, fogger, gel or foam deliveries. You have 1/2 ounce to 1.5 ounce keychains, 2, 4, 9, and 12 oz. canisters, pepper spray exercise hand weights, pepper spray pens and pepper spray jewelry in the form of ring.

Most of the pepper spray and Mace products are specially formulated for use as an inflammatory agent against man. Pepper spray will induce coughing, choking and nausea in the target creep. It will dilate their eye capillaries causing temporary blindness. Their mucous membranes will swell causing all but life support breathing from functioning properly, rendering an assailant temporarily incapacitated. A mere one second burst of pepper spray is enough to stop an attacker for up to 45 minutes, all without permanent damage.

If you are looking to protect yourself from aggressive canines, we have Mace Muzzle pepper spray for dogs. If your concern is wild bears while hiking or camping in the woods, we have specially formulated bear mace.

But what about other possible attackers?

We specifically covered humans, dogs and bears. What about other dangerous wild animals, such as coyote, wolves, mountain lions, cougars, puma, panthers… I don’t know… dingos?

You would be hard pressed to find a canister of Mountain Lion Pepper Spray, or Coyote Mace. That being said, lets call a spade a spade, and pepper spray, pepper spray.

For the most part, any of these pepper spray products will work against any of the animals if you hit them in the face. All of these animals have an acute sense of smell, and very sensitive noses. Inflammatory agents such as pepper spray will wreak havoc on their eyes and noses.

Bear pepper spray has a unique deployment that shoots a wide area fog up to 25-30 feet away. Bears in particular will want to be kept at as much as a distance as possible, and typically lumber loudly enough through the woods to give to a small warning. Also the bear sprays are typically rated slightly hotter than human pepper spray. Usually 20% concentration, instead of the 10-18% concentrations you will find in the Mace, Pepper Shot and Wildfire pepper spray lines.

If you hit a human with bear mace (and I use the term human loosely when referring to a common street thug), you can be assured he will soon be hating life.

Also, if you are walking around the neighborhood, and you are carrying Mace Muzzle Canine Spray and are approached by a mugger, let him have it. If you are walking down the street carrying your Wildfire pepper spray key chain formulated for human incapacitation, and you confront a vicious dog, let him have it. Same with a coyote or mountain lion. We are pretty equal opportunity, race independent here.

You do however have an inherent problem with attacks by large cats, such as the mountain lion, cougar, puma, panthers, etc. These animals are stealthy and quick. More likely than not, you will be stalked. Like a ninja. Ninja cat. You will not likely know you are in danger until the last possible moment, when the animal pounces.

These animals are also ninja like in their art of assassination. The mountain lion will target your head or neck, quite literally aiming for the jugular, or attempting to break your spine. Not the ideal situation for trying to pepper spray in advance.

To your advantage, if you are able to get a fair warning, mountain lions can be persuaded to call off an attack. The mountain lion is fully aware that he is only 100-120 pounds, and an average adult male outweighs him. Not that it really matters, due to the cats superior speed, sharp claws and vicious teeth. Just don’t tell him that, and he may not bother calling your bluff.

If you are able to spot a mountain lion first, stand as tall possible and stick out your arms. You want to appear even larger. Talk loudly and aggressively, attempt to throw objects such as rocks and sticks.

Whatever you do, do NOT turn your back to the animal and run. He will beat you in a foot race. He has more feet than you do. If anything, attempt to threaten the mountain lion. Try to fake him out by advance toward it, slightly (Do not advance too close). All the while, have your pepper spray in hand and ready to deploy once the animal gets in range.

In the unfortunate event you are attacked unexpectedly, just as if it were a human assailant, FIGHT BACK. It is very likely the attacker will decide you are not worth the trouble if you are able to FIGHT BACK hard enough. Even if you are only able to struggle for a short time, make them work for it.

Incidentally, your pet dog may only garner a little bit of help and quite possibly attract these dangerous animals. Children are also especially attractive targets, as the mountain lion may be larger than them and less cautious. Use extreme caution when hiking in known lion country with your kids. Stay in groups, and always, always be on the lookout.

Be Safe, Be Prepared.

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“Neither snow nor rain… nor gloom of night…”

Posted by Rob on Friday, 15 May, 2009

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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More Tips for Encountering Aggressive Dogs

Posted by Rob on Thursday, 22 May, 2008

Being a lead animal services worker for Public Health
in Wisconsin, Pat Comfert has a number of suggestions
on what you should consider if ever confronted by an
aggressive dog.

If approached by a dog and you are not sure of its
intentions, Comfert advises “stand like a tree”. Offer
the animal a decoy, such as a jacket, backpack or
briefcase – anything on hand that may be used if the dog
intends to bite. Anything other than your leg, arm or
other body part.

Dogs will usually use quite a bit of energy when they
bite and then back off. A small tear or hole in your
jacket may satisfy the animal and save you from getting
bit yourself.

Pitbulls tend to bite and lock on to the object, says
Comfert. If you encounter a dog that latches on the your
decoy object and does not want to let go, keep the dog
interested in the object by shaking or pulling slightly.
While the dog is still occupied, back towards a safe
place, such as a building or car. When close enough to
flee, drop the decoy object and slip inside the safe
place.

“Most dogs can run faster than you can bicycle,” so most
people should not attempt to outrun or out ride a dog. If
attacked by a aggressive dog while you are on a bicycle,
Comfert recommends getting off the bike and keeping it
between you and the dog as a barrier or shield. If
necessary, you may even need to use the bicycle as a
weapon.

Some people end up getting bit while intervening when a
dog attacks another. If possible, Comfert recommends
keeping your dog away if a strange or aggressive dog
approaches. If practical, pick up your dog before any
confrontation can start and leave the immediate area.

Specially formulated canine Pepper spray is known to be
effective to stop most dogs. “But on the odd dog out, it
will make him more angry,” Comfert said. Namely, some pit
bulls were bred to fight and may not be as sensitive to
pain as most normal dogs. “Pepper spray won’t necessarily
have the same stopping power with them,” Comfert said.

If you routinely encounter a dog on your regular travel
route who behaves aggressively, you may opt to change to
a different route. “You shouldn’t have to, but sometimes
it’s the best thing to do” offers Comfert.

Your morning jog or walk may not be a big deal, but if
you are in the delivery business, this might not be an
option afforded to you. 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.

https://worthprotectionsecurity.com/dogrepellent.htm

Another option is using the latest ultrasonic technology,
the SUPER DOGCHASER uses two ways to repel a dog. One is
the discomforting but not harmful high frequency sound
(20,000Hz-25,000Hz), audible to dogs but not to humans.
And, the second is a super bright LED flashing strobe
that temporarily blinds and confuses the dog. Helps stop
the approach of unwanted dogs up to 40 feet.

https://worthprotectionsecurity.com/dogchaser.htm

Nothing is foolproof, but when in danger, every little
advantage could help.

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to you,
but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection could
be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth
Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your
personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob

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