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arghhhhhh again

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by shells, Apr 18, 2011.


  1. shells

    shells PetForums VIP

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    seriously am getting fed up of people. as some of you know buster was never socialised and im having issues with this as much as im trying im getting no where fast. my neighbour has 2 gorgeous pugs a mother n daughter (she bred her last year) there adorable lill things. however she alows her 2 young girls to walk them out in the street the oldest girl is 7/8 the other one is a few years younger. these girls have been told not to bring the dogs in my garden as buster dosent like dogs yet today my kids were in the garden with buster and these girls open the gate and bring there dogs in my garden:eek: lukily im always verry alert with him as you have to be when kids are around not that hes ever given me reason to doubt him. but what if i wasnt , the girls seemed to realise now that he will atack there dogs and have promised me they will not do this again but that dosent mean they wont go and do it to someone elses dog and next time they may not be so luky i mean lets face fact dogs are fast and some are not trained and are not good with kids or dogs arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
    ok thats yet another rant done i feel better now :D
     
  2. Milliepoochie

    Milliepoochie PetForums VIP

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    Sounds like you reacted very quickly and sensibly. It seems odd letting young children walk dogs even just down the road- I would never however small the dog.

    There is nothing worse than other people bringing there dogs up to you, whether theirs are off lead or onlead when your are onlead or are somewhere private where other dogs should not be.

    Maybe a quick reminder to the neighbour is required :) Because im sure I know which dog would of got the blame if something had of happened!
     
  3. candysmum

    candysmum PetForums VIP

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    Could you put a clip on your gate?? Like the end of a dog lead

    They were very wrong and they need to be told that it is not allowed adn their mother needs telling as well.

    My son wants to walk candy he is 10 she pulls me and my hubby NO WAY would let him even if she was a tiny dog i wouldn't Kids aren't equipted to deal with dogs and what could happen! some adults aren't let alone the kids!!

    Glad you sorted it and all is ok though i can see why you needed to rant.
     
  4. shells

    shells PetForums VIP

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    thank you for your replies i thoughed maybe i was over reacting whitch i admit i do at times :D but i wont alow my ten yr old either and bot does he strop over this but its just not safe to do so in my opinion. another street member had simular happen a few weeks where her staffy pinned down this little thing simular looking to a pug but it wasnt one not sure of the breed lukily bouncer (the staffy) just pines them and makes a funny noise but again it was a young kid walking the dog the poor thing was sobbing saying please dont let him hurt my puppy i only got him today:eek: no adult around and it wasnt a kid from our street. so not only was this little kid walking a dog on his own it was a new dog he had only just had so didnt know how it would react to other dogs let alone other dogs to it.
    really makes you wounder what these people are thinking alowing youngsters out alone like this. here i go again lol
     
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