According to the mailman he was delivering mail when he noticed my gate was ajar somehow so he walked over to close it. This same mailman has been hitting on me none stop, making verbal and physical gestures. According to him, he then walked around looking for the dog and when he found it he became afraid as he does not like dogs. Eye witness stated that when he did find the dog he took out pepper spray and started spraying my dog. I found two empty bottles on the ground after the incident, but my dog didn’t attack until he started spraying him. My dog attacked the pepper spray which caused a small gash between his fingers. He then attached the leg, when mailman took out the second spray, to stop him from spraying and causing pain. Animal control didn't find him to be dangerous.
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