Tom Riche and Lucero's Jaws of Working Class K-9
Re: Muzzle Fighting
Edited by Hogbender on January 29, 2016, 13:26:39
Posted by Hogbender
on January 29, 2016, 13:24:54, in reply to "Muzzle Fighting
This was a later photo. We kept starting him closer and closer to me. Trying to reduce his speed when he hit me. At the end, this dog was not two foot in front of me. At this distance we used a lead on him, to remove any option of a premature firing.
The short distance hurt MUCH less.
90 pounds of dog X 5 mph = 450 pounds of force applied to my chest.
The better a dog gets at muzzle fighting, the more abusive he is to the poor sucker on the ground.
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