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Not in the face

In an update to my conflict with the neighbor’s dog, I went for a ride again last night with The Second. The dog is still running loose. But, since I kicked him in the face, he just chases the bike now from a safe distance and doesn’t get close enough to be a danger. He’s smarter than his owners.

7 Responses to “Not in the face”

  1. GeorgeH Says:

    Borrow a paint gun from some war gamer. Getting the paint off of him will get their attention.

  2. sevesteen Says:

    Years ago I was riding with a group of club bicyclists. A country dog charged aggressively into our group…and despite our efforts to avoid him, was hit by 3 of us. He went yelping back to his yard.

    We rode the same route every week. From then on, he just sat in his yard and watched us.

  3. Metulj Says:

    If the dog is in road in TN, you can shoot it in self defense. I saw a guy do it in Coffey County and the sheriff’s deputy cited the dead dog’s owner for failure to keep the dog on a leash. This was during a century ride so I don’t know how it shook out but it’s a hell of a thing to see some guy riding with a pistol holder on his bike’s downtube.

  4. SayUncle Says:

    Well, I don’t want to kill it. He seems friendly enough when you’re not on a bike.

    but, yeah, legally I could kill it.

  5. Steve Miller Says:

    In the 1960s I had a newspaper route in a small SW Ohio town. There was a large Shepard mix that would escape occasionally and aggressively chase and nip at me. Per my grandfathers instructions, I loaded a water pistol with a 50/50 mix of water and ammonia to carry on my route. It only took one squirt to the face and I broke him of chasing paperboys, for good.

  6. # 9 Says:

    That is called behavior modification.

  7. existingthing Says:

    “Hes smarter than his owners.”

    So when you kick the owners in the face, they continue to chase your bike?” 🙂

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