I am assured of this by people who (apparently) have never been to Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, or America's own rural South where packs of wild dogs are to be seen without too much trouble.
Never mind the pack of dogs that ripped apart a person just a few months back right here in the USA.
Never mind that the National Geographic has done a special on packs of feral dogs roaming Detroit and St. Louis.
And never mind the real carnage that packs of wild dogs do all over the world, and not just to livestock, but also to humans. The story below is very recent one from South Africa (warning, it is not for the faint of heart).
A newborn's body has been ripped to shreds by hungry dogs.
Yesterday, Gugulethu residents woke up to the gruesome sight of dogs fighting over the tiny body parts, which were strewn all over their neighbourhood.
The mangled baby girl was discovered just a few metres from the KTC Day Hospital in Tambo Square Informal Settlement yesterday morning.
Residents were too late to find the intestines and it is believed the dogs ate them before they were chased off.
The baby's arm and head, initially thought to be missing, were later found between shacks some distance away.
Of course, some people cannot be persuaded by statistics or newspaper story, so for them let's see what happens to wild dogs in Australia where they predate on livestock. Again, this video is not for the faint of heart.
So cleary, there's no such thing as wild dog packs anywhere in the world. Case made!