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    Anonymous
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    That really vicous Dobe was over the field again and this time it had one of those totally useless sleeve type muzzles on. First time ever that he’s done anything about it, then on the way home it appeared round the corner and attacked Cass with the muzzled on, fortunately it couldn’t open it’s mouth and realized it bit off more than it could chew, for the first time ever Cass had a go back and barked like i’ve never heard her bark before, scaring the dog so much it ran away.

    The owner didn’t even look back, just walked off like it was nothing to do with him. I really want to tell the dog warden because it’s an accident waiting to happen but they don’t take action with dog on dog attacks unless they get lots of sustained complaints from several different people.

    I’m going to carry that spray i bought that makes a loud hissing noise in future & just give it a gob full as a warning if it comes near again – and it will i’m sure. The stupid idiot knows exactly how nasty his dog is but he still lets it off the lead to cause havoc. The muzzle is small comfort when the bloody thing wont go away & the owner just walks off.

    #71616
    Anonymous
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    *hugs* to cass x x x x

    those muzzles are not only useless but can also result in dehydration and death so i hope he doesnt plan on making it a permanent walking fixture 🙁

    #71617
    wags
    Member

    tell the dog warden its made threatening behaviour towards you and your not

    its not total lie

    #71618
    Anonymous
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    [quote author=Mark. link=topic=13400.msg256961#msg256961 date=1231421818]
    That really vicous Dobe was over the field again and this time it had one of those totally useless sleeve type muzzles on. First time ever that he’s done anything about it, then on the way home it appeared round the corner and attacked Cass with the muzzled on, fortunately it couldn’t open it’s mouth and realized it bit off more than it could chew, for the first time ever Cass had a go back and barked like i’ve never heard her bark before, scaring the dog so much it ran away.

    The owner didn’t even look back, just walked off like it was nothing to do with him. I really want to tell the dog warden because it’s an accident waiting to happen but they don’t take action with dog on dog attacks unless they get lots of sustained complaints from several different people.

    I’m going to carry that spray i bought that makes a loud hissing noise in future & just give it a gob full as a warning if it comes near again – and it will i’m sure. The stupid idiot knows exactly how nasty his dog is but he still lets it off the lead to cause havoc. The muzzle is small comfort when the bloody thing wont go away & the owner just walks off.
    [/quote]h

        dont  blame  the  dog   

    #71619

    I dont think Mark does blame the dog  🙂 is just fustrating as this is continuing to happen with little input from the owner of the dobe, who clearly isnt under control  🙁

    #71620
    Anonymous
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    thought of you today Mark – you will hardly frigging believe this !!!

    i am walking nice with W&B on leads next to me and guy appears one dog loose comes over says hi to W&B no problems we walk a little further and get to the owner he COMES OVER TO US and then his dog on the lead has a bl**dy go at my dogs !!!!!

    what breed was it …… a ridgeback – presumably the guy knew his dog was grumpy thats why it was on a lead theres no need to drag it over to my dogs for it to have a go – some people eh !!!  :boooo:  so thats 2 dodgy ridgebacks out of umm… 2 !! that i’ve met  🙁  not helping with my wariness of them i can tell you!!!

    Claire.

    #71621
    Anonymous
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    [quote author=farrokh link=topic=13400.msg257346#msg257346 date=1231619427]
    [quote author=Mark. link=topic=13400.msg256961#msg256961 date=1231421818]
    That really vicous Dobe was over the field again and this time it had one of those totally useless sleeve type muzzles on. First time ever that he’s done anything about it, then on the way home it appeared round the corner and attacked Cass with the muzzled on, fortunately it couldn’t open it’s mouth and realized it bit off more than it could chew, for the first time ever Cass had a go back and barked like i’ve never heard her bark before, scaring the dog so much it ran away.

    The owner didn’t even look back, just walked off like it was nothing to do with him. I really want to tell the dog warden because it’s an accident waiting to happen but they don’t take action with dog on dog attacks unless they get lots of sustained complaints from several different people.

    I’m going to carry that spray i bought that makes a loud hissing noise in future & just give it a gob full as a warning if it comes near again – and it will i’m sure. The stupid idiot knows exactly how nasty his dog is but he still lets it off the lead to cause havoc. The muzzle is small comfort when the bloody thing wont go away & the owner just walks off.
    [/quote]h

        dont   blame   the  dog   
    [/quote]

    Perhaps you didn’t notice the Rottweiler in my signatuire? Of course i don’t blame the dog – that should have been obvious by the way i called the owner a stupid idiot!

    #71622
    Anonymous
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    [quote author=piglet link=topic=13400.msg257358#msg257358 date=1231626314]
    thought of you today Mark – you will hardly frigging believe this !!!

    i am walking nice with W&B on leads next to me and guy appears one dog loose comes over says hi to W&B no problems we walk a little further and get to the owner he COMES OVER TO US and then his dog on the lead has a bl**dy go at my dogs !!!!!

    what breed was it …… a ridgeback – presumably the guy knew his dog was grumpy thats why it was on a lead theres no need to drag it over to my dogs for it to have a go – some people eh !!!  :boooo:  so thats 2 dodgy ridgebacks out of umm… 2 !! that i’ve met  🙁  not helping with my wariness of them i can tell you!!!

    Claire.
    [/quote]

    If i’m being honest about this Dobe owner Claire, i actually feel really disappointed that yet again a stupid owner is letting a particular breed down. I can honestly say i have never met a Dobe that is as unpredictable, vicous, and frankly dangerously out of control as this one has proved to be.

    The behaviour of the dog is only compounded by the behaviour of it’s owner who just walks off like it’s nothing to do with him. I feel certain that i will be having words the next time i see him in the park.

    #71623
    Diesel73
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    The behaviour of the dog is only compounded by the behaviour of it’s owner who just walks off like it’s nothing to do with him. I feel certain that i will be having words the next time i see him in the park.

    :scared: ……. you actually managed to stay calm the previous times?

    #71624
    *Nat*
    Member

    [quote author=Mark. link=topic=13400.msg257363#msg257363 date=1231659780]
    [quote author=farrokh link=topic=13400.msg257346#msg257346 date=1231619427]
    [quote author=Mark. link=topic=13400.msg256961#msg256961 date=1231421818]
    That really vicous Dobe was over the field again and this time it had one of those totally useless sleeve type muzzles on. First time ever that he’s done anything about it, then on the way home it appeared round the corner and attacked Cass with the muzzled on, fortunately it couldn’t open it’s mouth and realized it bit off more than it could chew, for the first time ever Cass had a go back and barked like i’ve never heard her bark before, scaring the dog so much it ran away.

    The owner didn’t even look back, just walked off like it was nothing to do with him. I really want to tell the dog warden because it’s an accident waiting to happen but they don’t take action with dog on dog attacks unless they get lots of sustained complaints from several different people.

    I’m going to carry that spray i bought that makes a loud hissing noise in future & just give it a gob full as a warning if it comes near again – and it will i’m sure. The stupid idiot knows exactly how nasty his dog is but he still lets it off the lead to cause havoc. The muzzle is small comfort when the bloody thing wont go away & the owner just walks off.
    [/quote]h

        dont   blame   the  dog   
    [/quote]

    Perhaps you didn’t notice the Rottweiler in my signatuire? Of course i don’t blame the dog – that should have been obvious by the way i called the owner a stupid idiot!
    [/quote]

    I think Mark would be one of the last people to blame the dog!!  🙂

    #71625
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Absolutely Nat. I blame the owner 100% because he knows full well his dog has serious issues with other dogs, but he continues to let it off lead & allow it to approach other dogs, even though he knows what it will do, then when it does attack another dog he doesn’t take responsibility & just walks off.

    The owner is the exact reason why people are so frightened of certain breeds. I took the spray can with me today & as i crouched down to pick Cass’ poop up i squashed the can in my pocket & it went off really loud, cass shot off in one direction and the bag of poo went the other way. LOL  :surprise:

    #71626

    [quote author=Mark. link=topic=13400.msg257383#msg257383 date=1231681242]
    I took the spray can with me today & as i crouched down to pick Cass’ poop up i squashed the can in my pocket & it went off really loud, cass shot off in one direction and the bag of poo went the other way. LOL  :surprise:
    [/quote]

    😀 😀 😀 sorry shouldnt laugh

    #71627

    [quote author=kerrie and stan link=topic=13400.msg257399#msg257399 date=1231691059]
    [quote author=Mark. link=topic=13400.msg257383#msg257383 date=1231681242]
    I took the spray can with me today & as i crouched down to pick Cass’ poop up i squashed the can in my pocket & it went off really loud, cass shot off in one direction and the bag of poo went the other way. LOL  :surprise:
    [/quote]

    😀 😀 😀 sorry shouldnt laugh
    [/quote]

    shouldnt laugh? yeah right hahahaha!!!  ;D  ;D

    #71628
    Anonymous
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    [quote author=piglet link=topic=13400.msg257358#msg257358 date=1231626314]
    thought of you today Mark – you will hardly frigging believe this !!!

    i am walking nice with W&B on leads next to me and guy appears one dog loose comes over says hi to W&B no problems we walk a little further and get to the owner he COMES OVER TO US and then his dog on the lead has a bl**dy go at my dogs !!!!!

    what breed was it …… a ridgeback – presumably the guy knew his dog was grumpy thats why it was on a lead theres no need to drag it over to my dogs for it to have a go – some people eh !!!  :boooo:  so thats 2 dodgy ridgebacks out of umm… 2 !! that i’ve met  🙁  not helping with my wariness of them i can tell you!!!

    Claire.
    [/quote]have you thought  of stun gun like the police carry  not for the dog  use it on his lousy owner

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