Could I kill the Pitt Bull before he killed me?The asset assignment came by email.Home in South Seattle. It was late in the afternoon by the time I got there. I started taking all the pictures I would need to fill out the occupancy check report.First the left side. One right in front. Then the right side.â€œCould you please not take a picture of license plate of my car?â€â€œSureâ€ The voice came from the doorway. Clearly this property was not vacant.I finished taking my last picture of the outside and went up to the door to talk to her. The lady was pleasant, but she was holding the leash on a Pitt Bull. As we attempted to talk, the Pitt Bull was tugging at the leash.I have always said that if a Pitt Bull came at me, one of us would end up dead, and it wouldnâ€™t be me... I saw a two by four of wood leaning against the wall of the house. But could I get to it before the dog was lunging at my throat?We were talking. She was a renter. They had been paying their rent. I talked about the Know Your Options flyer.She said, â€œDo you mind if I put the dog away?â€â€œNot at allâ€, was my reply.Turns out, she and her husband are very nice people. We are communicating by phone and email.It looks like we can give them a check to facilitate their move out of the place.And I have never seen the Pitt Bull dog again.