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An FAQ for Avoiding Dog Bites

Q: How can I avoid being bitten by a dog?

A: Never approach a strange dog, especially one who's tied or confined behind a fence or in a car. Don't pet a dog-even your own-without letting him see and sniff you first. Never turn your back to a dog and run away. A dog's natural instinct will be to chase and catch you. Don't disturb a dog while she's sleeping, eating, chewing on a toy, or caring for puppies. Be cautious around strange dogs. Always assume that a dog who doesn't know you may see you as an intruder or a threat.

Q: What should I do if I think a dog may attack?

A: If you are approached by a dog who may attack you, follow these steps: 

 
Q: What should I do if I am bitten by a dog?

A: If you are bitten or attacked by a dog, try not to panic.

 
Q: Can children be taught to avoid being bitten by a dog?

A: Yes, just as we teach our children to practice safety in other situations, we can teach them to be safe around dogs. The most important lessons for children to learn are not to chase or tease dogs they know and to avoid dogs they don't know.
 
Finally always carry our Mace Dog Repellent when walking or jogging around dogs.

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