This happened in Philadelphia.

Just because you are far from the wilderness doesn’t mean you can’t be attacked by dangerous animals.

Be prepared to defend yourself from both two and four legged predators in an urban environment.

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By J. Kb

6 thoughts on “Four legged urban predators”
    1. I give him the benefit of the doubt that he was looking for a clear shot not to hit the guy. But, yeah, he probably should have started with pepper spray to try and break the dogs up faster.

  1. That cop sure was johnny on the spot, wasn’t he. What a useless twat. And as things keep going south we will see more and more packs of feral dogs hunting for food. ANY food.

  2. I feel bad that someone so mistreated and neglected those animals that they had to do that. I’m sorry, but domesticated dogs don’t “just turn”… it’s a result of neglect, abuse, or mistreatment. Mitzy next door doesn’t go feral, if you know what I mean… she’s forced into it. That is 100% the fault of the owner(s) of those dogs, and the person in question should be charged with battery. Ugh.

    1. Yes and no…

      A ‘normal’ appearing / acting dog will sometimes act MUCH differently when in a pack environment.

      We used to see it on the local farms. Local dogs would ‘pack up’ and go after livestock when by themselves wouldn’t even give the livestock a second glance.

      A bit of ‘lead education’ generally cured the issue.

      1. When I lived on a ranch in Oklahoma, we had a problem with feral dogs. City people would go out into the country and abandon their dogs. Those that didn’t die would form packs. We lost a fair number of calves that way. It got to the point that if we saw a dog around the ranch and didn’t know who it belonged to, we’d shoot it on sight. Happily, the population was so sparse that everybody knew who owned what critters.

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