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A knife is probably better than nothing, as most have said, a stick might work better. In case you don't have anything (I can imagine you don't want to walk continuously with a stick and you could unexpectedly face a dog). Whenever you get caught by a dog and he is near, two good things to do are: poke in their eyes, or hit as hard as you can on their nose ...


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Most of the times the hikers might be more afraid of the owners having big dogs than the dogs themselves. So (if you at least want this), make yourself and/or the dogs as least aggressive looking as possible. Maybe by putting some funny accessory on the dogs, or the leash, or on yourself. If you look like a macho guy with some macho dogs, than less macho ...


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Most things already have been said above. What I can add is that if you find a tree, a dog can stay there for very long time. A (domestic) dog we had once sat an entire day under a tree because of a cat. I'm sure in a real situation you're not going to search for a 'comfortable' tree, but the most nearest tree, but it might be useful if possible to go to ...


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