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#211582
Wyot

Dangerous dogs... 2 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
I love dogs. I grew up with a beautiful liver & white springer spaniel, and would have a dog now if it was practical with work. But I don't understand those who wish to roll back the dangerous dogs act and allow people to keep dangerous breeds.

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Leaving aside why anyone other than a drug dealer or a man with a 1 inch penis would wish to own one of these breeds, it is just bollocks to say we can judge each individual dog's dangerousness aa opposed to judging it on breed.

No owners of those potentially highly aggressive dogs who have malled and killed toddlers (usually toddlers in their own families) believed their dog was dangerous prior to it killing a child. Dogs are animals and unpredictable.

Last week a dog attached me as I was taking my morning constiutional along The Thames. It jumped up snarling and latched onto my arm; it's owner was completely unable to control it; she apologised and said it "usually" wore a muzzle. I was a tad grumpy and, looking at her very pregnant tummy, told her she was mad if she ever left that dog with a child. I very much hope she doesn't.
 
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#211595
Green Man

Re:Dangerous dogs... 2 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
I never understood it either Wyot.

I have 2 giant crossbreed Chows. They are great with people, older children and certain dogs. But I never let them off the lead, because dogs are unpredictable and also they powerful dogs. Both can easily push over a child or an elderly person.

I would never leave them alone with a small child nor someone who has little experience in handling dogs.

Kids look at them and think they are cuddly Teddy bears, I do say stop them from stroking them and they have collar and lead with "Caution" written on them.

It's great that when people see them who understand dogs they put their hands so the dogs can sniff it, they will either growl or go submissive depending on the person.

I never understood why people can't control their dogs, you should of reported it Wyot because her dog will only do it again.

When I visitors round who don't like dogs or not comfortable. I will take the dogs out for a very long walk, then give them a tablet which calms them down, after that they don't have the energy for anything. Or my partner would play with them for hours in garden as I talk to the house guests.

They were characters in the pub where I worked, most of the time they just wanted a fuss or something to throw a ball or stick to them.
 
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Oscarfoxtrot

Re:Dangerous dogs... 2 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Green Man wrote:
they have collar and lead with "Caution" written on them

My boss has the same name on his dog

And tells his employees everyday to

Please Exercise Caution...


 
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#211614
Honey

Re:Dangerous dogs... 2 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Green Man wrote:
I never understood it either Wyot.

I have 2 giant crossbreed Chows. They are great with people, older children and certain dogs. But I never let them off the lead, because dogs are unpredictable and also they powerful dogs. Both can easily push over a child or an elderly person.

I would never leave them alone with a small child nor someone who has little experience in handling dogs.

Kids look at them and think they are cuddly Teddy bears, I do say stop them from stroking them and they have collar and lead with "Caution" written on them.

It's great that when people see them who understand dogs they put their hands so the dogs can sniff it, they will either growl or go submissive depending on the person.

I never understood why people can't control their dogs, you should of reported it Wyot because her dog will only do it again.

When I visitors round who don't like dogs or not comfortable. I will take the dogs out for a very long walk, then give them a tablet which calms them down, after that they don't have the energy for anything. Or my partner would play with them for hours in garden as I talk to the house guests.

They were characters in the pub where I worked, most of the time they just wanted a fuss or something to throw a ball or stick to them.


I would sooner drug the visitors.
 
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#211625
Green Man

Re:Dangerous dogs... 2 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Honey wrote:
Green Man wrote:
I never understood it either Wyot.

I have 2 giant crossbreed Chows. They are great with people, older children and certain dogs. But I never let them off the lead, because dogs are unpredictable and also they powerful dogs. Both can easily push over a child or an elderly person.

I would never leave them alone with a small child nor someone who has little experience in handling dogs.

Kids look at them and think they are cuddly Teddy bears, I do say stop them from stroking them and they have collar and lead with "Caution" written on them.

It's great that when people see them who understand dogs they put their hands so the dogs can sniff it, they will either growl or go submissive depending on the person.

I never understood why people can't control their dogs, you should of reported it Wyot because her dog will only do it again.

When I visitors round who don't like dogs or not comfortable. I will take the dogs out for a very long walk, then give them a tablet which calms them down, after that they don't have the energy for anything. Or my partner would play with them for hours in garden as I talk to the house guests.

They were characters in the pub where I worked, most of the time they just wanted a fuss or something to throw a ball or stick to them.


I would sooner drug the visitors.



 
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