Canine Pepper Spray Repellent

Canine Pepper Spray Repellent

pepper spray protection from dog attacks

Got Pepper Spray?

Women’s Self Defense from
“Dog” Attacks !

Canine Repellent Pepper Spray provides very effective protection against an animal attack. This super dog pepper spray is an ideal choice of canine repellent for delivery people, walkers, joggers, or cyclists.

“Being charged by a dog while on my daily walk is my worse fear! Having the Pepper Spray Device gives me a sense of security that I can handle a potential problem if confronted”, Dr. Sheryl M., CA.

Every year 4.7 million people are bitten by dogs, from a minor nip to a major attack according to the US Animal Humane Society. Countless others are victims of the terror experienced from a chasing dog. (More statistics at the bottom of this page)

Now there is a way to stop dog attacks without injury to the dogs or you.

Mace Muzzle Canine Repellent can be worn on a belt clip or carried on a keychain for easy access.

See pepper spray training information about how to get familiar with your pepper spray product.

This canine repellent features a flip top safety cap and is EPA approved.

Sorry, no Pepper Spray orders out of the USA.



• Velcro-like attachment can secure unit to bike or car.

• Features flip-top safety cap.

• 17 gram unit sprays 8-10 feet.

• Contains 10 one second bursts.



$14.95 each

Also check out our electronic dog repellent.

Mace Muzzle Canine Pepper Spray Repellent offers Dog Bite Statistics:

* There is a dog bite epidemic in the United States. There are almost 5 million victims annually — about 2% of the entire population.

* 800,000 need medical attention. 1,000 per day need treatment in hospital emergency rooms. The annual human death count in the USA is over 30.

* Most of the victims who receive medical attention are children, half of whom are bitten in the face. Dog bite losses exceed $1 billion per year, with over $300 million paid by insurance.

* There currently are 74.8 million dogs in the USA. (American Pet Products Manufacturers Association (APPMA) 2007-2008 National Pet Owners Survey.)

* A survey by the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta (“CDC”) concluded that dogs bite nearly 2% of the U.S. population — more than 4.7 million people annually. (Sacks JJ, Kresnow M, Houston B. Dog bites: how big a problem? Injury Prev 1996;2:52-4.)

* Almost 800,000 bites per year — one out of every 6 — are serious enough to require medical attention. (Weiss HB, Friedman D, Coben JH.Incidence of dog bite injuries treated in emergency departments. JAMA 1998;279:51-53.)

* Dog bites send nearly 368,000 victims to hospital emergency departments per year (1,008 per day). Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,Nonfatal Dog Bite–Related Injuries Treated in Hospital Emergency Departments — United States, 2001, MMWR 2003;52:605-610. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report is published by the CDC.

* 16,476 dog bites to persons aged 16 years or greater were work related in 2001. (Ibid., Nonfatal Dog Bite–Related Injuries Treated in Hospital Emergency Departments — United States, 2001, MMWR 2003;52:608.

* Every year 2,851 letter carriers are bitten. (US Postal Service.)

* Getting bitten by a dog is the fifth most frequent cause of visits to emergency rooms caused by activities common among children. (See Weiss HB, Friedman DI, Coben JH. Incidence of dog bite injuries treated in emergency departments, JAMA 1998;279:53)

* An American has a one in 50 chance of being bitten by a dog each year. (CDC.)

* In 2007, there were 32 fatal dog maulings in the USA.

Self Defense for Life
501 W. Glenoaks Blvd, Suite 108
Glendale, CA 91202
Email: Selfdefensenow (at)

Comments on this entry are closed.