This is the situation that Uzzi 9 mil was made for.. Not the dogs fault, just those responsible for them.Seen this happen with my own eyes.
The building firm behind our head office/storage yard had four rotties for theft prevention after hours and on weekends. Problem is, they got out into our yard one weekend through a hole in their fence. The security guard who came in to do the walk around was chased for his life onto the back of one of the utes and was trapped there for a few hours. He managed to call his boss in a panic, his boss called a few people at our office to unlock the gate to rescue their guard. This was easier said than done. Three of the dogs were running along the gate/fence line barking up a storm and would have torn anyone apart if they didn't get back to the car in time. The oldest dog was being smart and was waiting between the guard on the ute and the fenceline. We also have a church across the road from us. They had a kids creche going at the time and the kids were outside playing. We didn't want the dogs to get out into the street
The two office managers and the guards boss managed to get the kids indoors, open the gate but push it open with their cars and drive to the ute where the guard was trapped, get him in the back of one of their cars while the other one kept the dogs busy, and drive them out. They got the poor bastard out, he had to go on sick leave while he recovered.
When I heard about it, I told them they should have called me as I would have brought my .223 down to deal with the dogs, **** the idiot owners.
I'll be back soon.