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12 minutes ago, talahtnut said:

Walk with stout 6' bamboo walking stick

and do not look at them eye to eye..to do

that, they perceive you're challenging them.

Slow your pace to a nonchalant stroll.

Stare them out holding the stick, theyll drop eye contact when they finally fear you  more.

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Lazada or Aliexpress. High frequency dog scarers. Owners wont hear a thing.🙄🙄🙄🙄😷😷😷😷

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1 hour ago, Moonlover said:

Yes, I completely agree with you Andy. Barking dogs are not aggressive dogs, they're just being defensive  Folks often misinterpret their behaviour. I live in a village full of dogs and now that they know me, not one of them give me any problem at all.

 

Like you say, it's all a matter of confidence and above all, show no aggression yourself. Show none, you'll get none. I never carry anything that looks like a weapon. 

I must have an aggressive looking car, there are a couple of dogs on one of my routes, that attack my car.

Now my car ain't fury, is very quiet with a hansum driver, so perhaps your theory is cr_p....😂

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1 hour ago, steven100 said:

I think in reality ...

Option E is get 7-11 delivery of your beer so you don't have to go out.

Option F is relocate.

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3 hours ago, Moonlover said:

Yes, I completely agree with you Andy. Barking dogs are not aggressive dogs, they're just being defensive  Folks often misinterpret their behaviour. I live in a village full of dogs and now that they know me, not one of them give me any problem at all.

 

Like you say, it's all a matter of confidence and above all, show no aggression yourself. Show none, you'll get none. I never carry anything that looks like a weapon. 

 

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Posts advocating cruelty have been removed.

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I'm a cyclist. I use the water bottle idea mentioned above, but with vinegar, not bleach. Bleach could blind a dog, and is a hassle to you if a few drops get loose. If I get a dog in the eyes with vinegar, they never bother me again. It gives them something to think about for half an hour or so, but causes no permanent harm. Plus, if someone sees you spray it, you can claim it's water. Nobody's going to sniff the dog or the ground to prove you wrong. 

 

Above is when I'm biking. For walking, I carry an old golf club shaft with no head. You don't have to hit a dog for it to be effective. Brandish it. If they're still threatening, swing it fast, so that it makes a whistling sound moving through the air. 

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11 minutes ago, LawrenceN said:

I'm a cyclist. I use the water bottle idea mentioned above, but with vinegar, not bleach.

A bulglar on TV said the best is to spray ammonia on their nose. That will keep the dogs busy for a while. 

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