When that didn’t work, he retrieved some unlikely weapons from his car, he told Channel 2.
“I actually was able to get them off with some tennis rackets,” Stamper said.
Lowe’s grateful father told Channel 2 that the incident could have ended much worse.
“We just want to thank him,” Lowe’s father, Arthur Steverson, said of Stamper. “Because God always puts someone in place when someone’s in need and I just thank God that he was there to assist him.”
Fulton County Animal Services officers set out traps for the dogs, but haven’t captured them yet, executive director Lara Hudson said.
Animal control officers were able to trap another dog accused of attacking a 13-year-old on Monday, Hudson said.
That animal, however, is not related to the Carver incident.
The dogs had not been captured as of early Tuesday evening.