11/24/2006 7:40pm, #1
- Join Date
- Jul 2006
Self-defence against vicious dogs.
I've heard and read a lot of theories about fighting or defending against vicious dogs. I do know for a fact tha dogs kill and maim hundreds of people every year.
11/24/2006 8:13pm, #2
Quadruple leg takedown, RNC.
11/24/2006 10:08pm, #3
- Join Date
- Sep 2006
- Ontario, Canada
- Judo. Some BJJ/Kickboxing
Grab it by the excess skin around the sides of its head and pick it up. It won't be able to bite your arm. Then smash it into a wall or whatever until it submits.
Oh wait, are we talking about dogs or your mom?
11/24/2006 10:36pm, #4Originally Posted by velomaster
2. What the **** are you asking or trying to say? Most threads either pose a question or make a declaritive statement that can be discussed in a for or against manner in the first post. Yours seems to do neither.
11/24/2006 10:49pm, #5
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- Feb 2006
- Grappling & Kickboxing
To protect yourself from a dog attack
1. Don't stare at them in the eyes. Its considered a threat.
2. Carry around some meat you can throw so they'll eat that instead of attack you.
3. Wear full body padding at all times, like what the attack dog trainers wear.
4. Carry a weapon.
5. Never leave the house.
6. Have some gin & juice handy in case you encounter Snoop Dogg.
11/25/2006 7:54am, #6
I remeber being told there's a structurally weak point in a dogs skull and if you hit it it's drop dead. This is after it's eaten half your leg of course.
11/25/2006 8:12am, #7Have some gin & juice handy in case you encounter Snoop Dogg.
11/25/2006 7:54pm, #8
- Join Date
- Nov 2012
- San Diego
- street paddleboarding
A coyote bit the crap out of my foot when I was a kid. I remember I was on the ground kicking it in the head as hard as I could with my instep, and it didn't even blink. I got some good scars at least. A few months ago, my dad was in front of his house, and a pit bull from down the street ran over and started biting his dog around the neck. He delivered several running soccer kicks with boots on with no effect. He then tried to pull its jaws apart with his hands, cutting his palms and fingers up pretty good. After that he shoved a hose down its mouth and it let go. Another time I was walking past a junkyard in the middle of nowhere, because my friend and I were walking up the railroad tracks (we were weird kids). A bunch of junkyard dogs ran up to the fence and started barking. One was outside the fence and started running at us. I put my knife in my right hand and wrapped my left forearm in my jacket and got into a low left lead stance (my plan was to sacrifice my left arm and stab it behind its shoulder- that's the target utilized in primitive hunting on most animals). Fortunately it stopped in its tracks as soon as it reached the train tracks. It must have been trained. I have lots of other stories because from about 15-18 I travelled all over San Diego on my skateboard for ridiculous lengths, thus passing lots of angry dogs. Generally I'd try to climb something. I once climbed up a street sign to avoid a charging dog, and a bunch of people laughed. Personally, I'd rather be laughed at than risk a trip to the hospital (I don't know if a rabies vaccine is good for life, but I remember it was a bitch and I'd rather not deal with it again.) Its a Phil sounding thing to say, but when an angry dog starts running at me, I don't think about immediately befriending it.
11/26/2006 1:19am, #9Originally Posted by velomaster
11/26/2006 1:28am, #10
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