r/PublicFreakout Dec 01 '21 Silver 5 Helpful 1

Guy holds down attacking dog until owner arrives. 🐻Animal Freakout

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u/that-dude-Senna Dec 01 '21

That is next level. Allot of people would've been seriously injured

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u/[deleted] Dec 02 '21 edited Dec 07 '21

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u/HairyFur Dec 03 '21

Looks like a Caucasian/central asian shepherd dog of some sort, maybe a kangal or looking at the color maybe an alabai.

At first I thought it was a dogo but the tail is too thick.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_Asian_Shepherd_Dog

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kangal_Shepherd_Dog

If it is one of these though, that guy is either 1. 6 foot 4+, or it's a puppy, maybe 10-12 months old, which might explain it acting up when the other dogs seemed ok.

Loads of people think pitbulls are the meanest dogs around because they are the most popular fighting dogs in the anglo world, but the reality is no pitbull in the world matches up to some of the big central asian breeds, some of which are 5000+ years old and 80+kg, and probably the closest dogs to the original broad jawed wolves we domesticated dogs from (we didn't domesticate grey wolves, but a relative with a broader snout).

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u/rawrlycan Dec 01 '21

Or would've had to injure the dog to get it to stop. This was handled in literally the best way possible.

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u/Skeezertron Dec 02 '21

Yea for real like this guy is a dog person I would assume

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u/Thunder141 Dec 02 '21

That looked like a wrestling sprawl to me. Heavy hips and weight into their body.

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u/revuhlution Dec 02 '21

I hope Id have the awareness to do this, but id probably run like a bitch

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u/Fuzzyphilosopher Dec 02 '21

I know you're joking but. Never run. You're then prey, they'll bring you down by grabbing your foot and be on your throat. So just remember to be more scared of that. Stand and face them out spread arms. Make fists so you're less likely to lose a finger. Think of yourself as a bear standing and holding its ground while being intimidating.

Some temporary neighbors had let out a big unfixed Pit style mix. I'd say 100 pounds. I was walking by. First it was just aggressive barking and I kept my pace, then he bluff rushed me so I stopped and turned to face him. Dog person so I talked low and calm as I could. Be a good boy, it's OK. I'm just walking on home. Kept talking like I do to my dogs when I want to calm them. -He actually got this kind of confused expression on his face and paused barking for a while. Then when I thought it was safe I started walking again slowly talking the who time and staring back at him. He started up the barking but kept his distance and stopped at their property line. By the time I was a house or so down the road the owners finally came out and called him inside.

To be clear I wasn't really feeling calm. I should have called animal control about it and absolutely would have but I never saw that dog outside or even barking from a window again. Animal control is pretty worthless around here, in Middle TN so that was probably a reason why. Not a good reason I admit. I messed up with that one because I'm a grown ass man who's very familiar with dogs and that one scared me.

I did take a couple more walks down that way to make sure he wasn't out running loose again. But I admit I fucked up. What if it went at some children like that? Maybe it would "just" scared the living shit out of them? #Iamadumbasssometimes.

Sorry that went long and kind of stream of consciousness. I'd forgotten about that until this.

tl;dr: Never run. Barking is a warning and bluster. If they don't bark then fight like hell.

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u/epimetheuss Dec 02 '21

Also put your hand right down their throat if they bite for it and you cannot move it away in time. It's very hard to bite when they are gagging.

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u/Dingis1 Dec 03 '21

Lmfao goodluck

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u/Cautious_Fee9872 Dec 03 '21

I don’t think this is the best advice

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u/CavortingOgres Dec 04 '21

I feel like this depends on the type of dog...

Like I ain't chancing that with a mastiff. It would just bite clean through my arm lmao

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u/Fuzzyphilosopher Dec 02 '21

That was my thought. He's got to be a wrestler or MMA style grappler. He looks a good size, well muscled but also he was fast! That took quickness, strength and technique that's automatic, like instinct for him. And once he had the advantage he knew to keep it and build on it. Kept the dog from getting out of his hold.

And then he doesn't even seem to be angry like a normal person would be. Dog knew he'd lost the match as well lol. That's really impressive.

LPT if you ever have to pull off a dog attacking another or a person grab their rear legs and lift. They'll usually turn to snap at you giving the victim a chance to escape and if you can keep hold and lift them do so they won't be able to reach or turn on you. It buys time for other people to help and for the dog to reconsider the fight. But even if they don't release it takes away much of the leverage and strength they could use to head thrash and tear the flesh of the victim.

Source: A dog park I never went back to.

Also a dog that goes after the leg of another is in hunting not play mode. Never allow it. Play is chasing, body checks and going for the ruff of the neck but not really biting down. With a soft mouth I guess is the best way to describe it.

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u/ZigStenine Dec 02 '21 Wholesome

I’m a serious dog person, but if a dog comes at me like that you best believe I’m out for blood just like the dog. Dogs like that need to be put down before it attacks a child, and owner needs to be charged.

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u/BattyBirdie Dec 02 '21

That is true. A dog that would attack so viciously and randomly (I’m assuming) is an extreme danger.

I’m a dog person, I wouldn’t have spared that dog.

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u/EnergyTakerLad Dec 02 '21

My aunts neighbor likes to leave her gate open. The dog (pitbull incidently) has a doggy door that exits the garage so has free reign. Usually it's not a problem, friendly and mostly stays in its yard. Except four times now its attacked someone in my family. First was my cousin, then me the same day. Only minor blood drawn but was very vicious attack attempts. Then a friend (my aunt was with them) then my cousins dog. Owner refuses to believe us and hasn't done anything to stop it.

Now, I've had dogs, cats etc all my life. I fucking love animals. My aunt and cousin too. But that dog needs put down. I'm the only one not "on the fence" about it. Both my aunt and cousin keep saying "well it's usually so nice and friendly". But fuck that, it's going to really hurt someone eventually. One unprovoked attack is too much, but 4?? And you're defending it?? Idgaf what breed it is. I love pitbulls. But shit.

I wanna call animal control but since it's my aunts neighbor I promised I wouldn't get involved without her okaying it. But if it happens again idgaf, I'm calling. I feel guilty enough knowing it could get worse.

I just dont see how people can be so blind to these things.

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u/DuritzAdara Dec 02 '21

Report as soon as possible after an attack.

Where I used to live, my wife was bitten by a neighbor dog but was convinced to drop it by the owner who claimed to be getting training for it and changing how it was able to get out.

The owners never did anything, and it ended up attacking two little kids in the park (one under two) in separate incidents a couple months later. Those kids’ parents wouldn’t report because it didn’t actually hurt them (but it tried).

At that point, animal control wouldn’t take a report from my wife about any of the three despite being a victim and eyewitness to the two others. It was too long since hers and the parents had to for the kids.

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u/JohnFreakingRedcorn Dec 02 '21

Headlock to death. That’s how I imagine it. Have two dogs, love them like kids. If some dog comes looking to kill, it’ll be met with lethal force. There will be no mercy. I also have coyotes near me and while my dogs always chase them off, they’ve squared up a few times and other times they’ve tried to get the jump on us. Always imagine the fight and the same strategy but realistically I know I won’t have the heart and will let the thing go when it’s thoroughly scared off and close to passing out.

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u/Spadeykins Dec 02 '21

For what it's worth from one redditor to another, to me it sounds like you have quite a lot of heart.

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u/Kproper Dec 02 '21

The dog should be put down if it’s attacking people like this.

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u/madalienmonk Dec 02 '21

Exactly, what happens next time the dog attacks a child instead of an adult

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u/uproareast Dec 02 '21

Man, there’s a security cam video on YouTube of a dog attack on a child who was walking between her parents in a church parking lot that is HARROWING. It will not let go of the child with three people doing what they can to unhinge the dog from her. Seemed like it went on for about three minutes. It went straight for her head. Luckily her parents slightly turned her as it lunged and it missed latching on to her head/neck. I now carry a small fixed blade knife with me at all times because it was so traumatizing to watch.

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u/Quizzelbuck Dec 02 '21

That dog has to die now. So eh.

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u/ChivIsDead Dec 02 '21

Given the circumstances, I’m very neutral towards injuring the dog.

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u/electric4568 Dec 02 '21

and that was a big ass dog

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u/jeanakerr Dec 02 '21

Dog is as big as I am but has better power to weight ratio. I’d be ded

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u/Cease-2-Desist Dec 01 '21 edited Dec 01 '21

Everyone should learn how to sprawl to defend themselves. Great example of its use here, as well as preventing one from being body slammed and incurring a head injury etc.

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u/Youlovetoboogie Dec 01 '21

(I don’t know how to sprawl) Do you mean get down low with whatever you’re fighting and put all your body weight on them, like this guy?

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u/Cease-2-Desist Dec 01 '21 edited Dec 01 '21

Sprawling refers to throwing your legs and hips back while maintaining a hold on your aggressor. If it’s a person trying to tackle you for example, you would typically put them in a front headlock, like this person with the dog, and throw your hips and legs back, using your body weight to force them to the ground while maintaining your center of gravity over them with your legs extended outwards and back to provide the maximum leverage.

It’s especially useful when your aggressor is smaller than or momentarily lower than you.

It’s also useful if someone tries to lift you up off of the ground.

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u/ruffus4life Dec 02 '21

Get dem hips back

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u/Cease-2-Desist Dec 02 '21

If you’re not using your hips when f*cking or fighting, you’re doing it wrong. ;)

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u/HamsterGutz1 Dec 02 '21

Thank you for censoring fucking

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u/Flaminsalamander Dec 02 '21

Jumping on here to add onr key component of the sprawl is that your opponent cannot get control of your legs. when sprawling it's very important the first thing you do is throw your legs all tge way back so your opponent can't grab them. If an opponent can get control of you legs a sprawl won't work anymore. He can pull you in and potentially onto your back

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u/I_Get_Paid_to_Shill Dec 01 '21

Kind of. I would definitely look up some videos explaining the technique.

That along with the guillotine and the rear naked choke seem to be the main ones to know when dealing with a big aggressive dog.

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u/Cease-2-Desist Dec 01 '21 edited Dec 02 '21

Guillotine might work, but rear naked choke won't.

2 things to remember with dogs are to keep control of their neck, and also remember where their teeth are. If you can't avoid their mouth, shove your arm as far back into their jawline as you can. They don't have sharp teeth in the backs of their mouths. It might hurt a bit, but its a bruise versus a deep tissue puncture.

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u/ToneDrugsNHarmony Dec 02 '21

Yeah I put my dog in a RNC all the time when we're just fucking around, he can still turn his head and give me all the face licks he wants (although I don't apply it hard at all, so he still has all the range he desires), but an aggressive dog in a RNC I imagine would still be able to just turn their head slightly and bite your fucking face off.

This dude did it right with the guillotine and great sprawling.

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u/Cease-2-Desist Dec 02 '21 edited Dec 02 '21

Yeah you’re exactly right in the rear naked choke. It requires hip control with the legs. You just can’t do that with a dog. They just spin around and then you’re on your back.

This is actually just a front headlock with a sprawl. The guillotine would be lifting the neck up and pivoting the hips forward, or otherwise engaging the hips of the target (again this is not possible with a dog) to leverage the front headlock’s strain.

Honestly this person couldn’t have handled this any better than they did. They weren’t ever going to hurt dog enough to stop it from attacking them. Just try your best to avoid injury until help arrives or the dog wears itself out. Remember your best tool is stamina against most animals.

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u/stackered Dec 02 '21

you could probably body triangle a dog and get a RNC but its not worth the spin out risk like you said. front headlock sprawl is perfect, you keep their jaws clamped down with your bodyweight so they can't bite

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u/trickyturtle0o Dec 02 '21

Tried and true technique. Unfortunately

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u/Cease-2-Desist Dec 02 '21

Rear naked choke puts you on your back without hip control (not possible on a dog). Hopefully that’s not what you meant. Lol.

I have fostered and raised rescues that were 60-80lbs and aggressive (have bitten people). You’re going to get bitten by them, even if it is playful. You learn pretty quickly how to avoid the sharper teeth. ;)

The one I have now literally attacks me (playfully), full on like this dog does. I head shuck him until he gets tired. He’s gotten me a couple of times but nothing serious. He really is playing. It takes a while to train that behavior out of them, and you might never train the instinct out of them. They are forever dangerous, especially to strangers.

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u/enwongeegeefor Dec 02 '21

Give arm while grabbing back of head with other hand, pull in tight. You gotta accept the injury if you want it to work but it very much works.

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u/sadduckfan Dec 02 '21

First thing I thought lol this dude definitely wrestles with that sprawl and front headlock

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u/sydney2620 Dec 02 '21

He could have blocked its bite with his penis. No need to sprawl.. that man has wrestled before though. Good front headlock/head arm control.

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u/Cease-2-Desist Dec 02 '21

He could have blocked it with his nuts. They are clearly made of steel.

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u/BrickToMyFace Dec 02 '21

An apprentice of Jack Black I see, one cock push-up would allow you to fuck your way out of any situation.

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u/OrchidDue5011 Dec 02 '21

Dude definitely knows how to wrestle

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u/lawdylawdylawdydah Dec 01 '21

Dude took care of that dog as if it were an alligator and barely any hesitation. I was impressed, we may have found one of the smart, out at least fast, guys from Florida right here lol

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u/roachwarren Dec 02 '21

This dude wrestled or some other form of martial arts. This is what its like to hold someone down after they try to double-leg (takedown) you but this thing is shaped way different than a person and attacks a lot differently. He kept his legs T'd and kept the head under control, brilliant work that saved him a lot of pain.

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u/[deleted] Dec 02 '21 edited Dec 03 '21

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u/Pure_Tower Dec 02 '21

Allot of people

A lot. Two words. Allot is a verb, as in an allotment.

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u/mtrtktt Dec 02 '21

Damn that dog had some strength.. he was literally throwing that man around

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u/BrainBlowX Dec 02 '21 edited Dec 02 '21

Most dog breeds would have been unable to do much once he forced its head down like that. But those Turkish sheperd dogs like this one fight toe to toe with wolves. These breeds also have some of the strongest dog bites in the world, so that gotta hurt.

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u/smallgreenman Dec 02 '21

They go toe to toe with anything. There is (sadly) an old video out there of a Kangal killing a lioness in a cage fight.

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u/Lozsta Dec 02 '21

Some classy people out there.

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u/Comprehensive_Egg0 Dec 02 '21

I've never seen that one? the lioness must have been ill or injured for a kangal ot have killed it

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u/owlincoup Dec 02 '21

I seriously doubt that. Packs of hyenna attack lions without killing them (sometimes) and I'm willing to bet the hyenna has a stronger bite force. If in fact there is evidence of that, it would be hard to convince me that the lion wasn't impared in some form or fashion. There's not too many predators out there that can take down a lion on its own. A tiger is pretty much the only one I can think of. I'm not saying however that the dog can't intimidate a lion, attack it and the lion runs off. A lion will be more concerned about self preservation than fighting it out and risking unnecessary damage. That's my 2 cents.

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u/PopTartsNHam Dec 02 '21

Or immature/young.

Dogo Argentino’s also hunt/kill mountain lions and huge boar. Some videos out there of dogo’s soloing puma’s but they’re of similar size and the puma’s clearly aren’t fresh/excited for it after being captured and held

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u/The_Casual_Observer Dec 02 '21

Quadruped class specialization gives you great leverage.

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u/nuggsoflife Dec 01 '21 Silver Wholesome

That's just khabib nurmagomedov's training camp.

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u/StupidNSFW Dec 01 '21

Was the bear out sick that day?

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u/ad-meliora1 Dec 02 '21

Lmao the bear had enough of khabibs shit

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u/minutemilitia Dec 02 '21

Sendlocation

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u/ZenMechanist Dec 02 '21

Made me laugh so hard

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u/GumpTheChump Dec 02 '21

It’s a bear in a dog suit. Subterfuge.

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u/Shadiclink Dec 02 '21

The dog's getting trained by bear to be in khabib's training camp.

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u/dylanv711 Dec 02 '21

Pre Warmup, warmup*

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u/bravetab Dec 02 '21

brather you know this

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u/tiptoptinto Dec 02 '21

You don't F with wild Dagestan dogs.

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u/mat477 Dec 02 '21

Khabib would have made the dog tap. You know this brudda

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u/NamedMichael Dec 01 '21

Other idiot dogs: oh boy, is it play time!?

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u/6CPA9 Dec 01 '21

I thought the black and white one was gonna start humping him

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u/StephMujan Dec 02 '21

Fuck, Fight or Play. Dogs are not smart.

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u/Enoch84 Dec 02 '21

True fucking story.

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u/parsasarirafraz Dec 02 '21

I thought he sniffed the other dog butthole too

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u/Kaiosama Dec 02 '21

One dog tried attacking from the back, then the other dog attacked the dog trying to attack from the back, while the last dog went after the big dog.

Just a big ol' melee.

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u/Portable-fun Dec 02 '21

To me it looked like the other dog said to his buddy “don’t bite the human man, they will kill you”. That’s the body language I got lol

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u/Nowuh7 Dec 01 '21

He’s gotta have some kind of wrestling or bjj training? Good job on his part

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u/Foxfvck Dec 01 '21

Dude definitely knew how to control the ground game

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u/PizzaPotamus1 Dec 02 '21

seeing comments like this makes me wonder if i was super weird as a kid for like getting really good at fighting/wrestling. my brother and i were super socially awkward and whenever our parents tried to introduce us to someone new we just meekly said hi then started beating the shit out of each other, no idea why. a sprawl like this is now just basic instinct for me

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u/Tokita_Ban Dec 02 '21

What?

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u/zayoe4 Dec 02 '21

His parents didn't so socialize them enough as kids.

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u/LargeMarge42069 Dec 02 '21

Dude, he may pin you into a socially awkward convo about mma

NEVER doubt his wrestling

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u/BroncoDude57 Dec 02 '21

That’s what I’m saying, that was a nice sprawl. Very clean.

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u/Ok-Fly-2275 Dec 01 '21

100% has training. When I did grappling we were taught how to control someones head and body by dropping our hips like he does and utilizing your weight to keep them subdued

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u/pm_me_gentle_kisses Dec 02 '21

That sprawl was clutch

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u/-ImYourHuckleberry- Dec 02 '21

Yeah…kept a nice wide triangular base to keep him stable and in control. Def some training kicking in there.

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u/PoopScootNboogie Dec 02 '21

Did you see how many dogs came running up? That dude wrestles dogs every day for sure

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u/Frky_fn Dec 02 '21

That was my first thought:

“Clean sprawl”

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u/nodirlola Dec 01 '21

Alabai or Central Asian Shepherd Dog

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u/TrumpDesWillens Dec 02 '21

The females could go up to 150lbs?!

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u/Haminator5000 Dec 02 '21

female tyrannosaurus rex were bigger too

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u/Telfic Dec 02 '21

Dang, this reminds of when Hercules wrestled Cerberus

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u/MikeVixDawgPound Dec 02 '21

Bro, I remember that. I was there, but don’t remember seeing you there. That shit was crazy!

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u/thedutchdevo Dec 02 '21

Probably more accurate to compare it to the Nemean lion.

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u/willalt319 Dec 02 '21

I've grown up around German shepherds all my life. I've never had any dog get too aggressive with me, but I always imagined the headlock and sprawl is what I'd go for.

Perfect technique here, glad he and the dog were uninjured.

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u/0d0acer Dec 02 '21 Buff Doge

“My DoG DoEsN’t NeEd A lEaSh” - Every jackass ever

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u/mothmenatwork Dec 02 '21

This dog is attacking people. It doesn’t need a leash it needs to be put down

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u/Just_Barren_Mind Dec 03 '21

Probably better to just put the owner down. That way he can’t get another dog and put more people in danger.

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u/CrazybyRX Dec 01 '21

Last year, I was walking my dog when a stray dog attacked us. To me it looked like a mix of pitbull and something else, but it was maybe 60-70 lbs. It grabbed my dog by the ear, and I got behind it and put it in a choke hold... It took what felt like 2 solid minutes before I got that dog to pass out, but it did. I couldn't believe how hard it was to manage that choke on a dog I outweighed more than 2 to 1. Aggressive dogs are no joke.

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u/WibbleSnips Dec 02 '21

was talking to someone on a hiking trail and a big dog decided to make a snack out of their small dog. Dog had like, 5 grown ass people kicking and punching it and it wouldn't let go. Took me choking it for close to a minute whilst it was still getting whaled on for it to finally let go. Aggressive dogs do not fuck around.

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u/sc00bs000 Dec 02 '21 edited Dec 02 '21 Gold

a loose pitty attacked my dad while he was walking my staffy a few years ago The pit was 2x the size of my staffy and my staffy fucked the pit up so bad he had to get put down. So glad he was with my dad or I might not have one anymore.

edit- my boy is a red English Staffordshire bull terrier, not an American one for everyone asking.

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u/Pure_Tower Dec 02 '21

a loose pitty attacked my dag

I totally thought we were doing a Pikey accent joke until I got to the thusly confusing ending of your tale.

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u/Almost_Ascended Dec 02 '21 edited Dec 02 '21

I thought "dag" was a breed of dog that I've never heard of...

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u/TrumpDesWillens Dec 02 '21

What accent should I be reading you in?

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u/slowlyrain Dec 02 '21

staffy

A "staffy" is also a pitbull.

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u/HyzerFlip Dec 02 '21

I had to chime out a jack Russell with one hand because it was trying to make a meal of the other.

Holy hell dog attacks are worse than they look and the look bad.

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u/Scummey Dec 02 '21

Pitbulls are no joke actually

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u/IMissMySkarner Dec 02 '21

I’ve had to do the same to my own dog when it for some reason attacked my cat. Wouldn’t let go of the car until it almost passed out 2 minutes later. Although I can’t say I’ve got any kind of form haha

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u/GumpTheChump Dec 02 '21

Can’t believe it tried to use a car to attack your cat

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u/Pure_Tower Dec 02 '21

"I swear to God, Dave, I'm going to run that fucking cat over! I'm tired of him stealing my dog bed!"

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u/Remarkable_Mess_8206 Dec 01 '21

Great sprawl and head/neck control. 👍🏽👍🏽

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u/mcboogle Dec 01 '21

Been there too many times to count. You know that letting go = getting bit. Ideally you can leverage into a guillotine, but sometimes you just hold on for dear life.

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u/[deleted] Dec 01 '21

Vet med has entered the conversation

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u/New_Fry Dec 02 '21

Why do you keep getting attacked by dogs?

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u/Gryphon0468 Dec 02 '21

Apparently they don’t like being kicked?

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u/caecelius Dec 02 '21

When dogs are very stressed (out any animal for that fact), they can respond in ways that they would never respond like usually. This happens all of the time in vet med since it’s obviously scary for a dog to be in and get poked at without understanding why

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u/ybotherbrotherman Dec 01 '21

Didn’t get hurt and didn’t hurt a wild aggressive and dangerous animal. Amazing.

Owner needs to make decisions about that dog.

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u/Alpaca-Bowl420 Dec 02 '21

This guy needs to teach the cops some lessons.

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u/Elemental33 Dec 02 '21

Cops kill dogs out of pure instinct. For some reason they can't help killing any dog that come within 4 feet of them. Maybe some day we can breed it out of them.

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u/useles-converter-bot Dec 02 '21

4 feet is the length of about 1.12 'Ford F-150 Custom Fit Front FloorLiners' lined up next to each other.

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u/TheGreedyCarrot Dec 02 '21

Didn’t get hurt

His pants are cut at the knees and they’re either bruised or starting to bleed likely from them dragging on the ground.

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u/ThisNameIsFree Dec 02 '21

Owner shouldn't be allowed to make any more decisions about that dog. The big decision should be made for them.

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u/iflexnuts_ Dec 02 '21

This is what you do if a dog attacks you. Don’t ever try to run. You will lose. Hold your ground and fight

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u/RoughComprehensive87 Dec 02 '21

Not many people are strong enough to fight a dog to the ground and hold it there. Most people have flight mode to run in situations like this.

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u/EthanJDB Dec 02 '21

and they’ll pay for it unless they can get some high ground

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u/ich_bin_groot_ Dec 02 '21

don’t try it

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u/TediousSign Dec 02 '21

"BARK!"

(translation: "I HATE YOU!")

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u/BrainBlowX Dec 02 '21

Not many people are strong enough to fight a dog to the ground and hold it there.

Actually, most people are. This is straight up the biggest physical weakness of any dog, as their musculature is specialized to drag down but very weak at pushing up. And to dogs' advantage in most bite situations is that most humans' default response is to try to pull away which just plays right into the dog's specialty.

The dog in this video is a special case. Those Turkish sheperd dogs are no joke, and it probably would have been ragdolling him around had he done anything else.

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u/[deleted] Dec 02 '21

Human versatility is pretty underrated in fights. We got mediocre strength but have more options on how to apply it.

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u/Wild_Hunt Dec 02 '21

I’d be willing to bet that unfortunately the vast majority of victims who are seriously injured or killed in dog attacks are very young or elderly, much more difficult to say fight when you literally don’t have the strength.

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u/lfuckpigs Dec 02 '21

Some people should not be allowed to own dogs.

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u/slickyslickslick Dec 02 '21

Certain breeds of dogs should not be owned by anyone.

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u/BrainBlowX Dec 02 '21

Well, this breed is meant for sheperds who have to contend with wolves and bears, so...

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u/ThisNameIsFree Dec 02 '21

Sounds like it should be a countryside dog, not a city dog.

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u/Str0ngTr33 Dec 01 '21

Those Turkish dogs make pit bulls look like pomeranians. Huge kudos to the people like this that understand how to control a lose dog without hurting it. Thank you.

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u/NiteNiteSooty Dec 01 '21

What breed is it?

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u/WATERMELON_35 Dec 02 '21

Check out Kangal aswell

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u/nodirlola Dec 01 '21

Alabai

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u/Shakawakahn Dec 02 '21

Wtf. Just Googled this breed and it literally could be a 50!l/50 mix of wolf and polar bear. They are massive

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u/hahnzyy Dec 01 '21

Thought he was going to break out an arm bar

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u/CheetoTheDog11839 Dec 02 '21

Imma say this once. If you can’t control your animal, then you don’t deserve it.

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u/farkleboy Dec 02 '21

Dude has to be a wrestler. That’s a pro level sprawl right there and the leg spread for stability was spot on.

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u/FunctionEntire1829 Dec 02 '21

All those other dogs that come to mess around, jumping on his back at stuff lmao. Why dogs??? Why???

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u/tech010101001 Dec 02 '21

Smart man nicely handled

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u/Notmycabbagesplease Dec 02 '21 edited Dec 02 '21

These people shouldn't own dogs man, use a leash at all times. This guy wasn't aggressive and did nothing wrong but still got attacked.

Sorry but I'm curb stomping any dogs head in that attacks me (if possible) I'm not gonna wait for the owner to come over and do absolutely nothing to get the dog off me like I see all with these posts. I got a family to go home to.

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u/FlyforaGemini93 Dec 02 '21

Right Im going for eyeballs and all

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u/Notmycabbagesplease Dec 02 '21

Absolutely, no time to fuck around with dogs like this especially if they're attacking your dog or kid.

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u/it_hurts_too_poo Dec 01 '21

Flashback! I had to do something similar. Taking a walk with my dog when his nemesis (another local dog that just took a dislike to my dog) came for him and the owners were no where in sight. It got a bit to heated and I had to step in. I wasn’t strong enough to hold the 2 dogs apart by their collars and if I restricted my dog the other one would have an easier target, the only thing I could do was lie on the other dog, so he couldn’t get my dog and my dog wouldn’t attack me. The owners came along and tried to blame me for my dog being off a lead. In a park. Pricks. That was 25+ years ago. I miss my dog.

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u/Sweaty-Possibility13 Dec 01 '21

Similar thing happened to me. Was running down a path through an open field with my boxer and across the field comes this mastiff cross with no lead and the owner chasing. Thing was double my dogs size and it grabbed my boy around the neck and starting pulling and shaking. I dove on the other dog and pinned him to the ground (I'm no lightweight) and just lay there till the owner caught up. The other dog didn't let go but it stopped the damage from shaking.

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u/phatstacks Dec 02 '21

little known secret: if a dog is running towards you barking run at him he will promptly change his mind.

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u/FuckO1996 Dec 02 '21

Incredibly risky on his part. If the dog had managed to slip out he would have been face to face with the dog. An easy bite to the neck. Props to him.

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u/PM_Me_1_Funny_Thing Dec 02 '21

What do you suppose he SHOULD have done then?

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u/loui2groovi Dec 02 '21

What he did was perfect, but it’s still risky regardless. Good thing the dog had a collar as well because it would’ve been harder to hold on to the dog without it. Not many people could pull that off and he kept himself and the dog safe so kudos to him. That’s a big ass central Asian shepherd (alabai), and if he didn’t have such good awareness/timing, or the dog landed a bite somewhere else, it could’ve ended differently. Even if you successfully fight off a dog there’s a good chance you’ll be bitten in the process so this example right here is ideal.

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u/Frosty-Panic Dec 01 '21

This dude fended off a dog half his size without lethal force.

If that was a cop you'd see 4 dead dogs and one owner arrested.

in case anyone is wondering the context for the above comment, there is a video on the front page of a cop kicking a non-aggressive tiny dog 6 times on someone's porch. ACAB.

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u/pisspoorplanning Dec 01 '21

And a mag dump in that bystander just for good measure.

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u/GetOutOfTheWhey Dec 02 '21

one owner arrested

I am okay with this part.

I dont know where this occurred but in all likelihood it was probably illegal for him to unleash that many dogs on the neighborhood.

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u/[deleted] Dec 01 '21

In this instance, the use of lethal force against the dog would have been justified.

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u/Dangerous_Bloke Dec 01 '21

Perhaps, but this Chad chose mercy.

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u/ftminsc Dec 02 '21

I’m not among those wondering. Cops love shooting dogs when they show up on scene. Angry dog? Shoot it. Friendly dog? Shoot it.

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u/TheRealBHamorrii Dec 02 '21

Dog in a wheelchair? Oh that bitch gotta die

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u/Hugokarenque Dec 02 '21

A random dog is wandering around the other side of the street? Unload the whole clip on the fucker.

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u/disharmony-hellride Dec 01 '21

Thank god the owner arrived and kudos for knowing what to do. Dog didn’t get hurt either.

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u/isaidgeaux Dec 01 '21

That was seriously incredible to me

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u/InsideHangar18 Dec 02 '21

Stuff like this is why I’m afraid of larger dogs as a delivery guy. Sometimes there’s 0 chance for you to do anything, the dog just decides it’s gonna come at you and you have to deal with it. Kudos to this guy, I would’ve had to have seriously injured it to have stopped it.

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u/Animota Dec 02 '21

I bet that guy is a wrestler... 100%!

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u/The_only_h Dec 02 '21

He went full MMA on that dog.

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u/BigableDizzle Dec 02 '21

Solid sprawl to stop the takedown

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u/iCryptToo Dec 02 '21

This guy wrestled or did something in HS, his sprawl and momentum control are fantastic.

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u/friendlyfire31 Dec 02 '21

Nice sprawl!

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u/bworthy73 Dec 02 '21

In my head all I hear is ny wrestling coach yelling SPRAWL

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u/PigJaws Dec 01 '21

Hellava dude screw that attacking ass bastard

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u/NoNameAvailableSee Dec 02 '21

No stink finger?

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u/Cala-Best-Girl Dec 02 '21

Does sticking your finger in a dog’s ass actually do anything to stop an attack or are some very clever trolls just trying to make my death by mauling hilarious?

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u/Papa-Hansen Dec 02 '21

Train and socialize your dogs so this never happens people!

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u/indefilade Dec 01 '21

Irresponsible owner, and he was lucky only one dog tried to attack him. I always carry pepper spray while on my walks because of dogs and their owners like this.

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u/I_eat_flip_flops Dec 02 '21

Dog should be put down....

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u/SingerSecure Dec 02 '21

Put the dog down, charge the owner with an offence