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Old October 4, 2011, 09:00 AM   #23
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The discussion so far has focused largely on single animals, but we should all remember that the behavior of dogs changes when they form packs, even small packs of two or three. Prey-seeking behavior becomes much more pronounced, and they coordinate attacks by circling and surrounding.

The choice of club, pepper spray, knife, or firearm will vary with situation and availability, but one universal is that you need to get your back against something - a wall, a car, even a good sized tree will help - in order to keep the attack in front of you, so you only have to defend in one direction at a time.
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