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By  jbuckets_404  |  38

Yea, that certainly would be surprising; not surprised that you immediately moved away from Fido for your own, but next time obviously look ahead.

What I do when power-walking is to always carry an umbrella; that way - with it open - you can scare, befuddle, and (hopefully) block Fido from attacking you. It sure does work on itty bitty dogs when there's no fence, but I live out in the country where everybody has big front yards, so it's easier to see unfenced-in dogs approach from much further away.

Hope you twist an ankle, OP. Safe walking/ jogging! :-D

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By  jbuckets_404  |  38

Yea, that certainly would be surprising; not surprised that you immediately moved away from Fido for your own, but next time obviously look ahead.

What I do when power-walking is to always carry an umbrella; that way - with it open - you can scare, befuddle, and (hopefully) block Fido from attacking you. It sure does work on itty bitty dogs when there's no fence, but I live out in the country where everybody has big front yards, so it's easier to see unfenced-in dogs approach from much further away.

Hope you twist an ankle, OP. Safe walking/ jogging! :-D

By  KaD6  |  22

I really hate it when people don't bother to teach their dog how to act. If your dog acts like it's trying to kill everyone that walks past your house, it's NOT okay. Get off your lazy arse and train your dog.