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Old 02-17-2019, 08:51 PM
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We've been having a problem with dogs roaming around and trying to fight with our dogs when we walk them in the yard. They're not strays, just owned by people who don't care that they run around loose. We're constantly calling animal control and the police and it doesn't make a difference. We have the Sabre pepper spray but it only reaches out to the length of our dogs' leashes. Is there anything that's effective out to at least 30ft? Preferably something that's either cheap or reloadable so we can practice with it.
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If the damn dog is coming into your yard and attacking, just shoot the stupid thing and be done with it. When the neighbor comes to confront you, have the cops on the phone to respond to that.
The only reason that hasn't happened already is the neighboring houses. Hence me wanting the pepper spray.
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This may be better then pepper spray.

Its a sonic weapon that will drive dogs nuts.
https://brmlab.cz/_media/project/sonic_devastator.pdf
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This may be better then pepper spray.

Its a sonic weapon that will drive dogs nuts.
https://brmlab.cz/_media/project/sonic_devastator.pdf
That's very interesting, I'll look into that.
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I have similar problems walking my Akita around the neighborhood daily. I've had 4 dogs circling us with biggest (sheperd) coming from behind. Trying to hold onto 125 pounds of Akita while shoving my cane into the biggest ones face at 180 degrees opposite is not fun.

So far my dogs keeping them back since she's a horse but dogs in packs are completely unpredictable. Not sure if the police would have issues with me carrying wasp spray since it's obvious I'm using it outside its intended use. And yeah, getting the city to actually do anything is problematic.

I so dearly want to carry my 1377 pellet gun.
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I have similar problems walking my Akita around the neighborhood daily. I've had 4 dogs circling us with biggest (sheperd) coming from behind. Trying to hold onto 125 pounds of Akita while shoving my cane into the biggest ones face at 180 degrees opposite is not fun.

So far my dogs keeping them back since she's a horse but dogs in packs are completely unpredictable. Not sure if the police would have issues with me carrying wasp spray since it's obvious I'm using it outside its intended use. And yeah, getting the city to actually do anything is problematic.

I so dearly want to carry my 1377 pellet gun.
You live in Texas. Why don't you carry a real gun?
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I have similar problems walking my Akita around the neighborhood daily. I've had 4 dogs circling us with biggest (sheperd) coming from behind. Trying to hold onto 125 pounds of Akita while shoving my cane into the biggest ones face at 180 degrees opposite is not fun.

So far my dogs keeping them back since she's a horse but dogs in packs are completely unpredictable. Not sure if the police would have issues with me carrying wasp spray since it's obvious I'm using it outside its intended use. And yeah, getting the city to actually do anything is problematic.

I so dearly want to carry my 1377 pellet gun.
You live in Texas. Why don't you carry a real gun?
Probably the same issue I have: cops hate it when you discharge firearms in neighborhoods unless personal harm is likely. I don't want to sit in jail on a reckless endangerment charge because a bored small town cop decided the dog I shot wasn't dangerous (according to it's owner of course) and I didn't wait for me or my dogs to get bit.

That's why I want a less lethal weapon that's useful at distance.
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Probably the same issue I have: cops hate it when you discharge firearms in neighborhoods unless personal harm is likely. I don't want to sit in jail on a reckless endangerment charge because a bored small town cop decided the dog I shot wasn't dangerous (according to it's owner of course) and I didn't wait for me or my dogs to get bit.

That's why I want a less lethal weapon that's useful at distance.
I was in that situation once and shot 2 pitbulls. The "investigation" took less than an hour. There were multiple complaints against the dogs and the owner. I get that not every situation is the same, but if a pack of 4 wild dogs is circling my dog and I I want a real weapon.
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The sonic weapons don't work, at least not the ones I have seen. They do emit a sound that drives all the humans in the neighborhood crazy though
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Carry a spray bottle of Ammonia.
It won't be "long range" but it's effective.
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Well dog #5, a black lab showed up going full taliban, got bit on the nose when he got into my akitas AO, then pressed the attack again. Walloped him with the cane and he retreated. After turning my back he pressed the attack again!
I went caveman and charged him with my cane raised like a broadsword and cussing him out. Slunk off finally. The cussing did nothing but it made me feel better. 😀

That was yesterday, so I'll see how it goes today. BB gun might go along too.
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Probably the same issue I have: cops hate it when you discharge firearms in neighborhoods unless personal harm is likely. I don't want to sit in jail on a reckless endangerment charge because a bored small town cop decided the dog I shot wasn't dangerous (according to it's owner of course) and I didn't wait for me or my dogs to get bit.

That's why I want a less lethal weapon that's useful at distance.
I was in that situation once and shot 2 pitbulls. The "investigation" took less than an hour. There were multiple complaints against the dogs and the owner. I get that not every situation is the same, but if a pack of 4 wild dogs is circling my dog and I I want a real weapon.
In my case the most aggressive dogs belong to the son of a former mayor of my small town. I really don't like my odds if I use lethal force unless I'm already bleeding. He's still able to play the "daddy" card.
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Sabre red , pepper gel .

It’s a stream and the gel formula, not only sprays farther , but is least effected by the wind . Do a YouTube search , sabre red has one where they spray it at a running pedestal fan, like used on factory floors, and the wind has very little effect on the stream .

I’ve tested them myself and the range is the beet I’ve seen .
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Sabre red , pepper gel .

It’s a stream and the gel formula, not only sprays farther , but is least effected by the wind . Do a YouTube search , sabre red has one where they spray it at a running pedestal fan, like used on factory floors, and the wind has very little effect on the stream .

I’ve tested them myself and the range is the beet I’ve seen .
Thanks, that sounds like a winner! I'll check it out.
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third pig, that is some serious gel.I'm not much for such things, but that one I may have to try.
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https://www.mace.com/collections/lon...-gels-and-guns
https://www.guardian-self-defense.co...roduct-review/
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