Growing up, there was a house down the street that my older sister and I had to pass on the way to school. Underneath was Satan. A little white dog of some breed that would hide under the car and come out all fury and fangs. It would claw and bite at our ankles and the owner would refuse to put the dog in the morning and the afternoon when the kids were either going or coming from school. It didn't matter that kids would go to school with claw marks and bloody socks, at some point the school stopped making a fuss because it was just the same house causing a problem. My sister got fed up with it one day and grabbed the dog, through it up and kicked it like a soccer ball. Now before you vilify my sister about abusing a 'precious' dog, no adult was dealing with this problem. The owner was refusing to do anything, our parents weren't calling the cops on the horrid monster (dog or owner, your pick), and the schools were ignoring it. At that point, is it wrong to deal with a dog in such a manner? The dog after that one incident stayed under the car when she walked by, and we didn't need a Tetanus shot every time we went to school. The child in me is grateful that my older sister found a solution because the dog used to scare me even though the adult me knows that she wouldn't get away with doing the same now despite how demonic the dog was. So I was wondering if you've ever had to deal with a dangerous, tiny dog? Was it your dog or someone else's? How did you deal with the dog?