Features April 2012 Issue

How to Safely Break Up a Dog Fight

How to Safely Break Up a Dog Fight

Five things to do to stop a dog fight.

A dog fight that goes beyond a brief scuffle and doesn’t resolve quickly is frightening to behold. In fact, it’s one of the behavior scenarios most likely to result in significant injury to humans, not to mention the dogs. The first, most important thing to remember is keep yourself safe. After that, here are five things to do to try to end the conflict as quickly as possible, with minimal bloodshed.

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