Cluster-F, yes? I was particularly chagrined by the Officer missing the stationary dog from 1 foot away with his first shot.
My point in posting this isn't to amaze you with poor shooting skills, however. I wanted to point your attention to the first few minutes of the video where the man gets taken down by the dog. That's a baaaaaaaaddd situation to find yourself in. I've never been taken to the ground like that, but I have had a 100+ lb dog latch on to my hand in the past.
In most instances I can easily keep 99% of dogs "off me" with a restraint pole. So what about last ditch, up-close and dirty defense? I always carry a fixed blade knife on my belt at work. I've had police comment on it before when they see it - but it's fits the legal parameters for what I can carry. I've had co-workers comment on it before - but I'm less concerned with their opinion than I am going home alive at the end of the day.
I don't think I've ever posted a picture of my duty belt set up before. So, here 'tis:
From left to right: Badge, flashlight, comms/utility pouch (two cell phones, lock-pick set, misc stuff), gerber suspension multitool, long heavy nylon leash in a flashbang pouch, radio, knife (CRKT Dragon). That's my ASP at the bottom. I had an ASP holster blow-out recently so I'm rockin' the "Ghetto Carry" in my back pocket for the moment.
I love the CRKT knife. The Dragon has a wharncliffe shaped blade that is extremely pointy with a long, wickedly sharp edge. Not perfect for many tactical situations but almost ideal for my backup, last ditch, dog gnawing its way through my extremities scenario.