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u/JCasasola20 13d ago Faith In Humanity Restored

Serious props to the guy initiating that chokehold and ending the mauling. Right place, right time.

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u/Aggressive_Chain_920 13d ago

Ive seen this info on reddit before. One of the most useful things to know. If they have a collar its 10 times easier as well

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u/westcoastJT 13d ago

Learn how to sink in a rear naked choke, easiest and most effective way to turn the lights out.

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u/Aggravating_Pea7320 13d ago Silver Helpful hehehehe

Is there enough time to remove my clothes?

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u/streetbutt92 13d ago Faith In Humanity Restored

Sadly not enough time, go for the Rear Choke instead, get naked later and send me pictures and I’ll make sure you did it right

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u/Omith_Kavu 13d ago

Can confirm, u/streetbutt92 is a pro and will critique your form accurately and professionally.

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u/Johnmcguirk 13d ago

“You did this all wrong. Who taught you to dress, Jared from Subway?”

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u/DnbJim 13d ago

There's always enough time to get naked. The maulee would understand.

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u/Welshevens 13d ago

Oh ffs you make me cry with laughter and it's not even lunch time

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u/Damizel 13d ago

I find if it’s a good collar - hand under and twist. Doesn’t take long for you to hold that fist for the dog to realize it’s not winning this battle.

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u/LIVINGTHELIFE29 13d ago

Easier said than done. If you miss the choke, you are gonna get your face and ears ripped off. RNC isn’t easy to try on dogs!!!

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u/DnbJim 13d ago

Stick ya finger up it's bum!

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u/AusCan531 13d ago

I heard that too and repeated it to a guy who said his dog once clamped onto a little dog. He did that but no result so he shoved a garden hose up its bum but no result. A woman came along a gave a spritz of perfume into the dog's eyes and it let go immediately.

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u/Evilmaze 13d ago

Their noses are very sensitive so when they're overwhelmed they can't breathe normal and they start sneezing. The butt stuff are a myth.

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u/tradermailer 13d ago

That's not true. I had a stranger try it on me and it worked.

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u/Wertyui09070 13d ago

Some dogs just don't feel a thing when they see red.

It's not a bad tactic to try before you go hugging it's neck, hoping you're strong enough to keep your face.

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u/LivJong 13d ago

My grandma used to carry ammonia in a squirt bottle to keep from being attacked by stray dogs.

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u/Mryessicahaircut 13d ago

Also useful for any dirty mirrors one may come across...

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u/Jumpy_Secret_6494 13d ago

Straight up. Got jumped by a mastiff, his head was on par with mine and he started going for my chest and neck. Grabbed him by his neck rolls and strangled him till he had a half a nap, then settled down. Never appreciated just how dangerous a dog can be until then, I grew up around pitbulls and dogs like that but never appreciated their power till then. Dogs are straight up fucken dangerous, man.

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u/Zebulon_Flex 13d ago Helpful All-Seeing Upvote

Person two blocks away "He's friendly!"

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u/Six0neFour 13d ago

That was our neighbors comment when their dog charged us 3 different times. Now they have 3 counts and a court date after animal control presented a potential case to the prosecutor. The dog wasn't licensed, the dog had no shots, and failure to contain. The owners plead not guilty lol. Don't think they're gonna win this one

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u/Jumpy_Secret_6494 13d ago

Man, legit tho. It was at a dog adoption centre, and he seemed super sweet. If you wanted you could get some one on one with a chosen dog, so I asked and the lady seemed minutely hesitant, but let me have one on one. After 5 mins of hanging out and being silly with a rope and ball he just started getting too excited, and then a split second later was tore my shirt to get to my neck. I choked him out, and about 5 mins later the lady came back like, "How'd you go?" "Yeah, he was alright but got a little rough at the end and tried to maul me a little" "Oh yeah, I had him home with my boyfriend and he attacked him too. He's on his second strike, so one more incident and we'll have to put him down." I was like bruh, why'd you let me in there? But I was too polite to say that hahaha

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u/PipsqueakPilot 13d ago

What she thought when she came around the corner and saw you, "Oh. Huh. He's still alive."

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u/EpicDumperoonie 13d ago

I would not have been. She left you for dead

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u/Jumpy_Secret_6494 13d ago

Hahaha probably, I was pretty pumped from the adrenaline. Also felt kinda cool, like fighting off a wolf or something. My ancestors definately smiled down on me that day.

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u/EpicDumperoonie 13d ago

Lol they were def proud

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u/brazzledazzle 13d ago

god damn I’m not even his ancestor and I’m proud

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u/FavelTramous 13d ago

“The boy defeated a pupper, he’s ready.”

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u/NeverLearnedBass 13d ago

Yeah. “He’s friendly” my wife says when walking our pit mix and we come up in other dogs.

I’m always, like, “that doesn’t help like you think it helps.”

Then she gets mad at me and the dog poops.

It’s good to have a routine.

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u/Conch5 13d ago

I deliver packages for a living and let me tell you, every dog that has ever tried or successfully attacked me was "friendly" and "never bit anyone like that before".

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u/VikingTeddy 13d ago

When people are used to having something they enjoy, it's almost impossible to persuade them of the dangers, no matter how much proof there is. It's always "It's not me, it's those irresponsible ones"

At least we don't have an amendment for aggressive breeds...

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u/AllModsRLosers 13d ago

“He likes to play!”

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u/PlentyTight9650 13d ago

Why let the dog go? Just kill it to prevent mauling other folks

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u/Tayk5 13d ago

Serious question - is this the recommended way to neutralise a dog whose bite has locked onto a person?

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u/cumbert_cumbert 13d ago Table Slap

I was waiting for homie with the stick to try and shove it up it's ass

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u/WiseUpRiseUp 13d ago

My dog was attacked by another dog. I had a good hold on the other dog, but was making no progress getting it to release. When I heard my girl cry out in pain I shoved as much hand as I could right up the attacking dogs ass, and it let go immediately.

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u/Bansaiii 13d ago

My aunt had a very small, very aggressive, and poorly trained dog. Whenever he bit into another dog and wouldn't let go, she'd pinch her dog's balls to get him to stop. Worked like a charm.

Still woulda preferred she just trained him instead though.

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u/Dengar96 13d ago

Or get the nasty guy fixed so he's not as aggressive. There shouldn't be balls to pinch lol

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u/DnbJim 13d ago Helpful

...and that's how I met your mother

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u/Zephyrlin 13d ago

So the kid would truly be a son of a bitch

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u/thebrittaj 13d ago

User Name checks out

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u/lerokko 13d ago

I have heard grab the collar and twist it if you can if you can not get a choke grip.

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u/ncsupb 13d ago

yup get some tourniquet action going

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u/rilloroc 13d ago

If it has balls, grab and twist. If it has a collar, grab that and twist to choke it out while ramming a finger in its ass. The sounds hilarious but I was raised in a time when dogfighting was normal. A finger in a dog's ass will make that joker let go

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u/centzon400 13d ago

Choke and finger in the ass sounds like a complicated compound manoeuvre. Where can I practise? 😈

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u/Impossible_Link600 13d ago

Don’t click on this on work wifi

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u/utpoia 13d ago

My workplace is a safe place, it doesn't kink shame.

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u/Heavenspact 13d ago

I think I accidentally married a dog

Are there any notes on whether it's intended to be enjoyed? This wouldn't cause my wife to let go of anything

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u/stillwaitingforbacon 13d ago

He just let go a little early.

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u/shamutrainer2b 13d ago

Came here to say this. I’d bet this isn’t the first dog fight/ attack he’s broken up with how quickly and thoroughly he handled it. Used his forearm, rocked his weight back to alter the dog’s center of gravity, sat back when the other guy grabbed the dog’s legs, and didn’t release until everyone was cleared. Most people- the rare ones who actually know to use a chokehold- instinctively let go the second the dog does. I might have to make this my new go-to video for some of my clients who insist a chokehold is ‘mean’ (yes, said clients have snack size dogs that weigh less than a babydoll for the most part)

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u/BubbleButtBuff 13d ago

Absolutely! Too many videos I see people doing nothing but scream for someone to do something. This guy was a hero. What a legend.

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u/Sinful7 13d ago

Yeah its just a shame it didn't go down for good, should have been a longer choke hold. Fuck the owner and their dog

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u/jimboslice29 13d ago

He should’ve held that choke another minute. I’m a dog lover but that thing needs to be euthanized.

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u/OneFlewOverKrypton 13d ago

My brother killed an adolescent German Shepard that attacked his pregnant wife. He had scratch marks all over his arms but he squeezed till it died.

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u/bitties 13d ago

I bet that doing that isn't quite as easy as in the movies, but there's no way he should have stopped the hold, obviously it's vicious and out of control, I'm surprised it didn't try again once it woke up again.

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u/TR0PICAL_G0TH 13d ago

My exact thoughts. Any dog who mauls someone like that deserves death on the spot.

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u/Sizzlean18 13d ago

Yep agreed, because it’s going to maul someone again

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u/ActuallyElla 13d ago

And that state is going to do it anyway if they catch it, just cut out the middleman.

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u/kinevel 13d ago

I would've probably hold that chockehold for an extra minute you know ... just to be safe...

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u/RockinRod412 13d ago

Guy should have finished the job, if you know what I mean.

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u/LeaChan 13d ago

If this is the US the dog is going to be put down anyway so you may as well.

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u/DirtyKrazy 13d ago All-Seeing Upvote

Two absolute legends here. The girl for holding her dog up like the last survivor of a sinking ship and the dude for choking a pit bull like a fucking MMA fighter!

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u/Ohitstrent 13d ago

Not only that but the other person managed to snag the dogs and bring them to safety!! dream team of pedestrians

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u/oxenvibe 13d ago

Am I the only one that’s confused why tf white shorts person wraps their arm around the person running into the street effectively stopping them in place right before they get mauled?? Like what??? I feel like I might be stupid and not seeing this right cause that just seems like a bad move to me. It almost looks like they grab the person and prevent them from getting away. Can someone help me out here? Am I interpreting this right??

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u/tEhKeWlEsT 13d ago

Panic, I'm sure. People do weird shit when they are scared

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u/Weary_Dark510 13d ago

I was pretty confused as well, but upon slomo replay my analysis is this: Woman in white shirt walks over with arms out to take the dog or help out Woman holding dog gets tripped by the dog biting at her ankles Woman in white shorts catches her, then sees vicious dog biting at legs, and hides behind the other woman

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u/conconbar93 13d ago

Sometimes when things happen to people you care about you instinctively reach out for them, and just grab them. Instead of the “help her flee” mindset she was int the “come to me I will protect you” mindset

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u/MarDanvers 13d ago

They grab the person almost at the same time the dog starts biting so I think they thought they were gonna be able to open the dogs mouth and let the person free, probably ignoring how strong and dangerous dogs can be

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u/qevoh 13d ago

Really respected that girl for keeping her dog up like that

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u/cakewalkbackwards 13d ago

I know people say they’re nice, but why is it always a fucking pit Bull?

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u/Doctor_Moscow 13d ago

No oxygen no bite

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u/shadowlid 13d ago

Fuck yea choked that bitch out!

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u/Platypus_frm_Mars 13d ago

Isn’t chi inner energy or something?

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u/MikeOx_Girthy 13d ago

Listen buddy I also hold two distinct tai's on top of those chi's

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u/Gene-Accurate 13d ago

I'm not your buddy, pal.

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u/eye--say 13d ago

I’m not your pal, guy.

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u/luciferic_love 13d ago

Making me spit out my drink 🤣

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u/ABottleofFijiWater 13d ago

It's also how you say tea in many languages

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u/davensecus 13d ago

2chis = 1 chichi

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u/Enklave 13d ago

To shreds you say?

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u/NCWV 13d ago

Wtf are you talking about? Chi's?

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u/Bool_The_End 13d ago

I believe they’re referring to a chihuahua

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u/slinderman9 13d ago

Fantastic choke. If you pull the dog you are just ripping her apart more. Nice form sir and I hope the lady is well.

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u/StealthyPancake_ 13d ago

Do you put the human/dog throat in your elbow pit, or up against your forearm?

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u/permacolour 13d ago

The pit of your elbow and then collapse it as hard as you can. Try to reach around to your shoulder with your hand and don't let go until the dog collapses. Imagine a nut cracker where your arm is the cracker and the dog the nut.

Source: Had to do it before.

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u/scttdancer 13d ago edited 13d ago Silver Helpful

done it with a pit in that arm lock while my other hand gripped my own dogs neck. they were locked together to each others face. my dog is a boxer and the other dog broke off her chain lunging. when i got home from the vet i had a message to call back animal control to prove mines up to date and my opinion on the youth in asia or something like that

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u/Butthole__Pleasures 13d ago

Yeah I'm not letting go until I am certain that motherfucker is dead.

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u/bemi_san 13d ago

Damn. I hope I never have to use this but thank you for sharing.

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u/Jaz1140 13d ago

Oh don't let go. If that motherfucker tried to get me or my loved ones like that. It doesn't get to live

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u/SaintWalker2814 13d ago

Out of the elbow and then flex the arm so your bicep and forearm cut off blood flow to the brain. However, pulling your arm toward you can collapse the larynx and kill the individual, so that’s an option, too.

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u/Signal-Creme 13d ago

It is supposed to be more of a scissor action. A properly applied choke can put someone or an animal out in less than 3 seconds. No force needed. Its more leverage .

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u/Expensive-Toe826 13d ago

Yo baby see my big biceps 💪........ Ohh whats that thing in my arms

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u/TheBeardliestBeard 13d ago

From a physiological perspective, at least in humans, the elbow pit works more quickly. The blood flow to and from the brain is on either side of the neck, running outside the trachea. I imagine it isn't much different in dogs. The pressure on these will cut blood flow to the brain quicker than stamping out breathing by restricting the trachea, which will require current oxygen in the lungs and blood to be used up before passing out. The forearm would mainly put pressure on the trachea. The elbow pit would put pressure on all three while focusing more on the arteries. In the end, I imagine the elbow pit would cause loss of consciousness quicker, but likely death at a similar if not slightly longer time.

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u/Campeador 13d ago

Elbow pit. That way your forearm and bicep are constricting the arteries and cause a blackout in a couple seconds. You can last longer without air than you can without blood to the brain.

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u/Nate_fe 13d ago

I would say elbow pit because according to my 19 years of no fight experience whatsoever, I generally wanted to leave a spot for their throat to be so they didn't have tons of bruises when they woke up

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u/its_the_smell 13d ago

Ran off to maul someone else

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u/scttdancer 13d ago

done done onto the next one

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u/qui-gon-virgin 13d ago All-Seeing Upvote

Knowing pit bulls it probably smelled a nearby child

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u/Frenchticklers 13d ago All-Seeing Upvote

"Hey, a toddler on a tricycle!"

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u/najtrider 13d ago

Nanny time!!!

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u/Frenchticklers 13d ago

Nanny-ed that kid's face off with big pitbull kisses

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u/IgnoranceOrLies 13d ago

I love the disconnect between the types.

One side is, "oh what a cute good boy".

The other side is, "my wife and newborns' face, cheeks, arms, and ears were eaten while I was at work?!"

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u/iOnlyWantUgone 13d ago

"I LOVE FASTFOOD"

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u/Beeezledrop 13d ago

She sacrificed herself to save the little doggo. What an awful situation.

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u/smhandstuff 13d ago

The fact that she raised her dog up even higher when she fell down to her knees. Absolute trooper.

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u/Badboyspudmonkey 13d ago

She knew her dog would have died if she didn't do that.

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u/dboss2310 13d ago

Also her medical expenses would be a fraction of the dogs

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u/Treebor_ 13d ago

Shitbull moment

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u/marco8080 13d ago

There's a lot going on in this video. After watching the video of the woman abandoning her amputee (?) dog, it's kind of heartwarming seeing people putting their pets' safety above their own.

Also, for a sec I thought the guy with the stick was going to jam it up its ass....

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u/KiDReBeL 13d ago

Stick guy definitely had bad intentions haha.. shovel lady would've fucked shit up tho

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u/schiav0wn3d 13d ago Helpful

That pit shouldn’t be alive anymore, stick and shovel should’ve been deployed

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u/stogeman 13d ago

What video is that?

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u/stogeman 13d ago

Wow, fucking horrible :(

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u/Cabeza2000 13d ago

It says in the title that the disabled dog was saved but the thread was locked with no posts. Anyone has more info?

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u/colesimon426 13d ago Silver

Points to the lady for committing so hard to holding her dog in the air. I mean she was getting fucked up and she still had that waiters carry.

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u/laughtatlibtards 13d ago

That's what I was thinking lol. He woke up a little to quick

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u/merikaninjunwarrior 13d ago

lol, first time i've ever seen a dog choked out

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u/I_make_switch_a_roos 13d ago hehehehe

and it won't be the last

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u/PM_ME_DOGS_NO_SLUTS 13d ago

Serial dog choker

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u/dudeialmostgotu 13d ago

This is the correct answer!!

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u/DukeOfRichelieu 13d ago

He was in shock and most likely thought he had made it already.

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u/Portable-fun 13d ago

For sure. That dog is is good as dead anyways, why not just click the button sooner. Buddy should have ended it there

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u/THKY 13d ago

Definetely, we are used to dogs being pets, but as soon as one attacks it becomes a wild animal.

Law of nature applies here, this dogs will attack another human if you don't take the opportunity to put it down immediately

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u/Kalamazeus 13d ago edited 13d ago

I have a neighbor two houses down with a Rottweiler that’s easily 100+ pounds and is constantly getting out of their house/yard.

About a month ago I was pulling into my driveway after work and make it halfway to my door when I hear this guy screaming for help - I will never forget that sound because when I look over I see the guy is walking his two little 10lb dogs and the Rottweiler is there (no owner to be found) and it’s trying to attack his dogs. I sprint over to help and it’s kind of a blur but I remember not being scared of the dog at all because it was so focused on the other dogs. Thankfully we saved his dogs - I picked one up and he jumped over a different neighbors fenced porch and I gave him the other. The Rottweiler was gone at this point.

I turn my attention to the neighbor whose Rottweiler it is and am just fuming mad as their teenage daughter was standing in the doorway watching all this happen. I yell at her to come get her dog because it just tried to kill this guys two dogs and I shit you not she said “I’m not getting him I’m scared of him too.”

I had dropped my backpack and phone in my driveway when I was running over to help so I start walking back to grab that to call animal control and the Rottweiler comes back from that direction and I notice it now is all worked up with white foam/drool at the edges of its mouth. At that point I could tell something changed so I went from not being scared of the dog to being terrified for my well being. I basically kited the dog back to my house because I knew if I ran my front door was locked because I hadn’t made it inside after work. Thankfully he didn’t get me but he did lunge at me a couple times and was literally a foot or two away at some points. If I had a weapon I may have used it.

With all that said I am glad to see this video and learn the chokehold technique. I did end up calling 911 because animal control was already closed and the guy whose dogs were attacked also called. When they showed up they basically made it seem like since nobody was actually bitten they can’t do anything so I guess we just wait for it to actually maim or kill someone/thing because it will definitely get out again like it had many times before.

Even more wild is the mom came home when the cops got there and she literally has a fresh scar from the dog biting her face! And she had the audacity to be mad at me for calling when her dog literally would’ve killed this guys dogs if nobody helped. He did an amazing job keeping both of his little dogs safe for as long as he did.

I have doorbell footage of at least the sounds of this happening but not much of the action since it was a couple houses over.

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u/Capital-Bawsome 13d ago

Carry a knife people

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u/DrFragenstein104 13d ago

I love dogs but would kill one in a second in a similar situation.

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u/Hear_two_R_gu 13d ago

I saw that vid. The owner can't control her dog, she's like the same weight as the pitbull. 20 on lookers that did nothing but yell at each other.

Aggressive dogs and irreponsible owners are scums, regardless of breed.

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u/DoomDoomBabyFist 13d ago

Exactly why I carry pepper spray too

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u/MiXNLEAN 13d ago

Gave that dog the Olivera treatment.

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u/Yojimbo34 13d ago

The dog should be destroyed, no hesitation.

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u/JWBSS 13d ago

Nannied the fuck out of that lady.

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u/BurnTrashForStars 13d ago

I have a friend who has a monster sized pitbull, like, it isn't average, pure muscle and probably weighs like 200lbs. Scariest fucking thing in the world. Even when I pet it, I can only think of all the bad things this dog could do to me if it wanted to.

He gets pictures of his new born next to it, his kids jumping around on it and because he has a family member that can make it happen, has it as a therapy dog so he can bring it in any store with him.

I don't know how people have that much trust in an animal known for fucking things up. A newborn is a new thing! What if the dog didn't like it. Me, not a stranger to this dog, am terrified of that dog, can't imagine it getting out into the streets and it being scared.

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u/DribsFlantoosey 13d ago

The Breed of Peace just wanted to snuggle.

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u/MatterDowntown7971 13d ago

Pit bulls should be put down.

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u/Adventurous_Care_889 13d ago

Let it get up so it can go do that to someone else? Nah, I would have held that choke.

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u/JCasasola20 13d ago

I agree. Keep it restrained, call 911 and have them call animal control.

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u/Adventurous_Care_889 13d ago

Oh no. I would have killed it then and there. After what it did, if I sink that choke, I'm holding the choke.

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u/Last_Panda_3715 13d ago

Not only that, who knows what that dog has and it broke skin. I would want that for some swabs and testing.

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u/Solusham223 13d ago

can I go around killing Pitbull yet?

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u/Theodore_Imms 13d ago

"You must have given off a bad vibe, he's usually very friendly".

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u/[deleted] 13d ago

I wouldn’t of let got till it was lifeless

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u/Unable_Crab_7543 sussy baka 13d ago

It's always a fucking pit bull.

Literally always.

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u/Environmental-Bid-62 13d ago

Always, my friends 6 year old had their leg ripped to bits by a random pit bull.

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u/LeaChan 13d ago

If I have a child I'm NEVER letting them around a pitbull. I don't care if it's never shown aggression before and it's such a sweet little baby and blah blah blah. Never. Not even once.

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u/Front-Pick3134 13d ago

B-b-b-but it's such a heckin sweet nanny pupper! Or velvet hippo as they call it on reddit.

Fucking BS, pitbulls are bloodthirsty demons

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u/ClumsyPeon 13d ago

Baffles my mind how people still breed and own these as pets.

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u/Pirate_lifeforme 13d ago

The fact that somebody actually ran up that knew what to do blows my mind. I’m always yelling at my phone “Choke the dog out!”. It works and it can save someone’s life. Learn the rear naked chokehold!

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u/nahvocado 13d ago

Oh look ...a pitbull ... What a shocker....

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u/COLDK0 13d ago

fuck pitt bulls.

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u/TheMagicHorsey 13d ago

A long time ago, maybe twenty or so years, a man was at the playground with his son and a pitbull came out of nowhere, off leash and mauled his son. It took three grown men to get the dog off the toddler. The dad rushed his son to the ER. Kid was in surgery for 8 hours. Life altering injuries including the loss of one eye and a brain clot requiring removing a part of his skull.

After the doctors took the kid away, the father, a mild mannered accountant, went back to the park and saw the dog being walked, now on leash, by a young lady. Without further conversation he beat the dog to death in front of its owner with a nine iron while she screamed for help to passers-by. Nobody got involved because he looked like an insane person. Afterwards they police came and pulled him off the wet pulp on the sidewalk.

He was arrested and charged because too much time had passed between the mauling and the attack on the dog for it to be self defense or crime of passion.

However, after the jury took one look at the ER photos of the man's son they acquitted him after only 15 minutes of deliberation and the DA refused to charge it again even though the judge said the case could be brought again due to jury disobeying their instructions to ignore the extent of the boys injuries and focus on the time elapsed between the attack and reaction.

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u/ApYIkhH 13d ago

Make the owner watch this, then make them watch their dog get euthanized.

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u/tealgod 13d ago

“It’s not the breed it’s the owner” yeah right I’ve never seen a Labrador maul someone in the street

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u/Watahberry 13d ago edited 13d ago

One dog breed is responsible for 66% of fatal mauling incidents in the US. I wonder what breed it is; golden retriever maybe?

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u/PJ_Epply 13d ago

These videos make my blood boil, random pit running around attacking people. Shoot that piece of shit dog.

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u/Vaginalpuppetry 13d ago

Nanny dog strikes again.

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u/Zealousideal-Sea3233 13d ago

The craziest shit is that people actually believe the nanny stories. You can just read wikipedia to tell it's bullshit. Or look at what breed kill the most babies every year. Hint: it's pits.

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u/YouthfulCommerce 13d ago

"It's just bad owners" lol

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u/cuiront 13d ago

Oh gee look, it’s another post with the same effing breed over and over and over again… But it’s the owners right? Right guys? It’s totally fine! Until the next vid with the same result. Catch you all there.

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u/7HawksAnd 13d ago

License this breed like a firearm

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u/Jackatakk333 13d ago

Oh look another sweet pibbul. Sweet little velvet hippo

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u/wndrboi 13d ago

Finally someone who knows how to get a dog to release. Gotta choke that boy

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u/YodaaJordan 13d ago

Surprise surprise it’s a pitbull

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u/-Fischy- 13d ago

It’S hOw You RaiSE ThEM!!!!

Yeah like a Golden retriever would ever start mauling people at random.

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u/WalnutWhipWilly 13d ago

Advice from dog wardens in this situation: Grab collar, lift as high as you can and twist your hand.

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u/JCasasola20 13d ago

Would you be so kind to elaborate a bit more as to how that is the best method?

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u/putnamto 13d ago

you can hold the dog's head out of biting range while the tension of the the twisted colar chokes them out.

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u/saruin 13d ago

Good advice unless the collar breaks.

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u/lisasmatrix 13d ago

He let it go again?! Why???

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u/Hermilorom24 13d ago

Now that's what I'm talking about! That duda handled it impeccably mad respects

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u/kano666666 13d ago

Will never understand the desire to own a dog that could tear a person to shreds.

You're picking a dog for the family and you have two options...a normal doggo and this other one that does all the same things as the normal one except could also tear your arm off. Makes zero sense.

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u/SaladStreet1117 13d ago

Give that man a medal!

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u/aaronc2013 13d ago

What a fucking badass!!

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u/DreamingIsFun 13d ago

It's.. no .. it can't be .. a pit?! Why I never would have guessed.