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Oleoresin Capsicum vs. Dogs

If you watch the news at all, then you know that dog attacks have been on the rise for years. That’s not a surprise considering that deaths from dog attacks has nearly doubled in the last 20 years. Pit Bulls take a lot of heat for this, but this is more of a media thing than based in fact. The dog most likely to bite, in fact, is the chow chow. In fact, any dog can bite but the ones who inflict the most damage when they attack are the German Shepard, the Rotweiller, Doberman Pincer, Chow Chow, and of course…the Pit Bull. So is oleoresin capsicum be an effective deterrant against aggressive members of the K-9 population? You bet it can!

Just think about it. If OC is effective against bears , then it would make sense that it could be used to good measure against dogs. Dogs have very, very sensitive nasal passages which is why they have such a great sense of smell. It also means that getting puppy-face full of oleoresin capsicum is going to induce an even greater pain sensation than it would when applied against animals that come with two legs.

Of course, you’re probably not going to be carrying around a large canister of the stuff, so if you buy some Mace, be sure to try it out at least a few times to get the hang of directing the spray properly. You may not have a lot of time to deploy it against an attacking dog, so some level of practice is essential.

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