You guys need to start having a sense of humor about these people. Next time, bare your teeth and growl at her. If you can manage to get just a little spit on your lip while you do it, I bet she never comes near you again.
Brilliant! I'll order some stuff online so if comes up to be again, I'll just stare at her and start foaming at the mouth. Maybe she'll leave me alone then, ha!
@GsdLoverr729 - I can't agree with you more! Last winter something like that happened that endangered the whole dog park.
Here, the best off leash dog park is located behind hospital and has a lake that the trail circle around that has a field here and there. It's wonderful, and naturally brings a wide variety of things and wildlife to it (I live in Alaska, this is normal to see lots of wild life within the city). Moose often frequent the area, too, but most of them are used to the dogs and have a very high patience as long as the dogs leave them alone or have a good call back before they get too close.
Theres a stretch of trail that is pretty narrow compared to the rest of it, but you can see this stretch of trail from the other side of the lake through the trees. I happen to look over to see a moose, ears back, hair raised, charging out of the brush with a calf hiding behind it. The culprit? A small minpin that is running in circles around it, yipping, trying to bite its ankles, and generally not being awesome to this very large, very mad moose.
The owner of the dog is schreeking at the dog to get it away from the moose, but the dog doesn't listen, just keeps going, and ends up endangering the whole park. If theres a pissed off 1000 pound animal in the bushes with a baby, I don't want to walk by it.
I just don't understand why small dog owners don't think they have to be as responsible for their dogs as large dog owners. Granted, we're not all perfect, but a dog is a choice. A choice you make to be watchful and responsible for whatever breed you get. *sigh*
Sorry, I'm a little long winded