Wasps attacking my dog.
Two days in a row now my dog has been stung by a wasp, totally unprovoked, she was just walking at the side of me. This wasn't in my garden, it was in 2 different very local locations. First on one eyebrow, and also got her paw (must have hurt, she was limping badly)as she tried to swipe it off and then today she got stung on the other eyebrow which swelled up and the sting is stuck in (I know bees lose their stinger but not usually wasps, but it was definitely a wasp, it tried to land on my son's tshirt) These were tiny wasps (I even thought it was just a big grass seed stuck to her brow at first) and alone, no apparent nest nearby. Why would they attack her for no apparent reason? She wasn't even sniffing at anything to annoy them. Being a Rottweiler she does have little brown eyebrows but it seems ludicrous that they would mistake them for something purely on colour surely? Her face seems a little better now but she won't let us get the stinger out. I'm afraid of it keep happening, I've a good mind to put some tape over her brows, lol. Can anybody shed any light?