How to react to dogs attacking person when riding a two wheeler.? they just jump from nowhere and w
How to react to dogs attacking person when riding a two wheeler.? they just jump from nowhere and we tend to slow down to avoid running over them and eventually get attacked. if we speed up there is risk of running over them and falling off leading to injuries and sometimes attack from stray dogs.
This is my real problem and would like to get suggestions on it.
it had happend to me several times, what I did was I pulled up my legs towards up in the 2 wheeler bikes, if I drove fast , it also coming fast at you, it trying to challenge us, so better protect you and go slowly..if you go slowly no problem, if you go fast, it also comes fast at you.
dogs have to be introduced to bikes and wheelers, they're loud and smell bad, bring the dog or dogs out to a still bike, let them sniff it.....just like anything else. Start it up and drive around slow for awhile. If your riding where wild dogs might attack you, better have something to defend yourself. If your going fast and hit one, could be bad crash, on the other hand, slowing down for wild dogs might not be the best idea.
@freetowrite: Thanks a lot for the answer.. your answer answered my question..
@krishubpages123: thanks alot for the answer.. but when u you slow down they jump on you and attack you.. speeding up might be the solution.. but either way it is risky.. :-(
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