so we went to walk the dogs tonight took tini and my german short haired pointer chloe (who has issues with other dogs). we got to the park and we whistle to try to get any ones attention if they're out there well we start walking through the park be cause i saw a light that looked like some one was texting in the fenced area that just has an opening not a gate. then out of no where 2 german shepards came out running full speed scared the outta my wife. so tini see's the dogs right before they came out of the fenced area and hes at the end of his leash snarling and chloe being 14 is slower to react so i had time to turn her around so that i'd get bit instead of her if anything happened. so these german shepards end up just sniffing but tinis still mad as hell so we're trying to keep the gsd's outta our dogs faces so nothing happens and this third dog comes running out. im like seriously? so what felt like 2 minutes later this dude come out with his ipod in and casually asks if they were both females (really? is this the time to ask me what gender my dogs are when you can tell that one of my dog looks like a pit bull?) so he says his 2 big gsds are cool but the female that joined the party late was "the one we gotta watch out for" which i replied same with my dog chloe so this idiot takes the 2 non-aggressive dogs and leaves me with his aggresive female off leash with my aggressive female and asks if i can keep an eye on her all the while tinis 10 ft away snarling and crying because his adrenaline is flowing and he wants some action. then he finally gets his dog. and im just sitting there like really? your gonna let your dogs off leash, listen to your ipod, text your homie, and smoke all the while not keeping an eye on your dogs in a city that has leash laws(which would make you liable for damages)? then we walked down the block and came back saw he was gone worked tini out a little bit and i got a free chuckit stick thing that some one left at the park so i guess i cant really complain. People really need to keep an eye on their dogs.