According to a study, they are most afraid of aggressive dogs. They wet themselves 73 percent faster then other Canadians when approached by a dog. I kid. I kid because I love. From the article:
That was but one of the findings of a recent survey by Ipsos Canada at the Banff Summit for Urban Animal Strategies, released Thursday (Oct. 18).
The survey, which found most community members polled from across the country believe that an animal's upbringing plays a bigger role than breed and size when determining dangerous behaviour, noted that 73 per cent of those polled in London felt threatened when approached by a dog they viewed as threatening, topping all other Canadian communities surveyed.
What a strange story.
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