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Old 02-10-2011, 12:31 AM   #31 (permalink)
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is it just me or am i the only one who
welcomes these situation? to me it's like
big game fishing. idk, but i get great joy
out of watching my dog do what it's bred to do.
as long as I'm not legally at fault, I'm more than
willing to give my dogs alittle 'slack" (pun intended)
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Old 02-10-2011, 12:39 AM   #32 (permalink)
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The problem is that, in some instances, it doesn't matter whether you're legally at fault or not. People will only see that your dog killed or seriously injured another and that your dog is a pit bull and that is that. They don't care that your dog was leashed and was charged by an off-leash dog.
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Old 02-10-2011, 01:04 AM   #33 (permalink)
 
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Mike, they dont bother me, but generally if its with a big dog they come pretty hard so i aint picking my dog up as you dont have the time. But i aint gonna let anything in my care unfairly maul some little mutt to prove a point, big dogs? thats another story.
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Mike, they dont bother me, but generally if its with a big dog they come pretty hard so i aint picking my dog up as you dont have the time. But i aint gonna let anything in my care unfairly maul some little mutt to prove a point, big dogs? thats another story.
couldnt agree more
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Old 02-10-2011, 02:25 AM   #35 (permalink)
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is it just me or am i the only one who
welcomes these situation? to me it's like
big game fishing. idk, but i get great joy
out of watching my dog do what it's bred to do.
as long as I'm not legally at fault, I'm more than
willing to give my dogs alittle 'slack" (pun intended)
I don't exactly welcome it but I'll be damned if I let an attacking loose dog have an advantage over mine by holding them back. I always make that clear to the other owner too (not always nicely).

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Mike, they dont bother me, but generally if its with a big dog they come pretty hard so i aint picking my dog up as you dont have the time. But i aint gonna let anything in my care unfairly maul some little mutt to prove a point, big dogs? thats another story.
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Old 02-10-2011, 05:10 AM   #36 (permalink)
 
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like this Aus_staffy? "CALL YOUR FREAKING LOOSE DOG BACK BEFORE I LET MINE GO!!"

Sound familiar?

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Old 02-10-2011, 05:13 AM   #37 (permalink)
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like this Aus_staffy? "CALL YOUR FREAKING LOOSE DOG BACK BEFORE I LET MINE GO!!"

Sound familiar?
Very familiar!

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Old 02-10-2011, 05:14 AM   #38 (permalink)
 
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LOL maybee we have met before.
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I hope not under those circumstances! I don't tend to run them in SA though.

The sports ground I use is unfortunately popular for all manner of dozy buggers letting their dogs run free. I've refused to go somewhere else because a)it's close and b) I've got all my distances and routes worked out there.

They're starting to learn though. As soon as they see us approaching they snatch up their dogs and leash them up because they don't want to cop another spray from me.

You still get the odd clown who thinks I don't want their lab to hurt my dogs and tells me "It's OK they're friendly". That is invariably met by "MINE AREN'T!"
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is it just me or am i the only one who
welcomes these situation? to me it's like
big game fishing. idk, but i get great joy
out of watching my dog do what it's bred to do.
as long as I'm not legally at fault, I'm more than
willing to give my dogs alittle 'slack" (pun intended)
I know what u mean. Though Ill always avoid those situations I didn't mind seeing what my dog can do when forced into defending himself.
Although there's always the worry of repurcussions because of his breed.
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Old 02-10-2011, 09:36 PM   #41 (permalink)
 
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no way would i let my dog kill someones dog. if u didn't try to stop it, animal control would put your dog down on the spot. even if u have insurance.
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if I am overly concerned that the dog coming after me whats to kill me I will put a bullet in it but I have never been that concerned, no one will question that
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is it just me or am i the only one who
welcomes these situation? to me it's like
big game fishing. idk, but i get great joy
out of watching my dog do what it's bred to do.
as long as I'm not legally at fault, I'm more than
willing to give my dogs alittle 'slack" (pun intended)
I don't think these dogs were bred to fight random strays nipping at your ankles. They were bred to be warriors in the box. No reason to be proud of your dog getting the best of an ankle biting cur. Now, if the yippy dog gets the best of your's there would be reason to hang your head. Letting your dog hurt another in this situation just adds to the stereotype.

When some random dog comes at me on a walk and they're not smart enough to go away when I "shoo" them, I pick my dog up till the other dog gets the hint. I've never had one that wanted to fight on a walk, but I avoid residential neighborhoods so as to not get that random unchained territorial idiot dog. I go to the lake or wooded area, or do laps in our own backyard.
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I don't think these dogs were bred to fight random strays nipping at your ankles. They were bred to be warriors in the box. No reason to be proud of your dog getting the best of an ankle biting cur. Now, if the yippy dog gets the best of your's there would be reason to hang your head. Letting your dog hurt another in this situation just adds to the stereotype.

When some random dog comes at me on a walk and they're not smart enough to go away when I "shoo" them, I pick my dog up till the other dog gets the hint. I've never had one that wanted to fight on a walk, but I avoid residential neighborhoods so as to not get that random unchained territorial idiot dog. I go to the lake or wooded area, or do laps in our own backyard.
exactly.....walk your dog at night or away from neighborhoods. one pit kills a neighbors dog and all pits are bad. next step bsl
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