Traylor said he’s had cats pounce on his back, and one dog tear through a tattered screen door to bite him — not once, but twice — on the foot.
“It laid me up for four or five days,” he said.
Senate President Pro Tem Eric Johnson (R-Savannah), who Traylor is hoping to unseat in the November general election, jokes that his opponent may be encountering some partisan pups.
“Apparently even dogs don’t like Democrats in the First District,” Johnson said. “In all the times I’ve gone door to door campaigning, I’ve been barked at, but never bitten.”