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Well, snffing and acting distracted are the dog equivalent of pretending to text. So you know how, when you get into awkward situations, you pretend to text to deflect the tension? That's more than grizzly bear and black bear attacks combined [source: Smith].Despite the incidence rates, moose do not tend toward natural aggression.
After all, there is a good reason why canines are also used as guard dogs; they can be aggressive and, in some cases, even fatal.This is based on studies conducted by the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Humane Society, as well as the Center for Disease Control.With a weight that ranges from 46 kilograms to 59 kilograms, Rottweilers pack a lot of stopping power that surely no one wants to put to a test.Although moose aren't more dangerous than bears in terms of behavior, they pose a greater threat of injuring you simply because of their population size.Moose outnumber bears nearly three to one in Alaska, wounding around five to 10 people in the state annually.
The real warning sign is when it’s combined with other calming/stress signals.