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May 18, 2010

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KateH

That is one impressively scary mouth! Luckily I've never gotten that far in an interaction with a 'bad actor' dog. I've managed to disengage much sooner - at the stiff body, hard stare, and then lifted lip stage. Dogs give pretty clear signals if humans would just stop and look.

Nick

Great advice. I too have never had a bad confrontation with an animal, but it never hurts to play it safe.

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