Monday, July 28, 2008

Animal Accident

Animal accidents can range in type and severity, knowing what to do and how to respond to different situations and animal accidents can be extremely valuable. Tips for avoiding a dog attack animal accident can a go a long way in protecting you, your loved ones and even the dog or dogs concerned.
Dogs are by nature amorous and social animals and will not attack without any reason. Dogs, as with most animals, will attack when they feel threatened, frightened, are pushed to attack or feel that they have to be protective against an outside force.

If for some reason you have gotten into a situation where it seems as though a dog might be aggressive and seems as though it is about to attack you the most important thing to do is to stay calm. Animal accidents can be prevented and when they are not preventable they can be managed well if you do the right things. It is vitally important to keep calm to ensure that this animal accident leaves both you and the animal unscathed. At first just stand still, fold your arms and face the dog without making eye contact, and then slowly back away form the animal. An aggressive dog is reacting out of fear, so do the least to make it feel more threatened and get away from the situation as calmly as possible.