I took my 9-month old Beagle to the dog park today. Upon entering, I was weary of two Huskies playing/attacking another dog to the point where the owner of the dog on the bottom had to separate them. There was no sign of the owner of the Huskies. A little while later, I see these two Huskies chasing my dog. They corner him and tackle him to the ground so he is laying on his back. One was biting his neck, the other was biting his ear. There was growling and teeth showing. My dog was not having fun. I quickly got in there and picked up my dog and started yelling. Again, no sign of these Huskies' owners. I put my dog on a leash and go to the other side of the dog park. 30 minutes later, a lady comes up to me who saw the whole thing and tells me the reason I didn't see the Huskies' owners is because they weren't there! They dropped the dogs off at the dog park and left! When they came to pick them up, that lady confronted them about their dogs attacking two dogs, but then another couple came over and said I had overreacted about the whole thing. 'He doesn't know that's how dogs play,' they said. Seriously, is it an overreaction for me to get my 25-pound dog out that situation when two 80-pound Huskies are on top of him and their teeth are showing and they are biting him? Maybe that's how those dogs play, but I'm not going to risk it. What do you all think?