I was just walking Amber and Sadie down the street adjacent to mine, there were a bunch of children (about 9 or 10 years old) playing in the front garden of one of the houses. Just as I got to the house, one of the girls jumped off the garden wall (the houses are higher than the pavement so the wall was higher), she landed in front of Sadie and GRABBED her by the head!! And I don't mean like a tug or a stroke... she literally bear hugged her face! I told the girl off for it and she did apologise straight away, but that situation could've ended VERY differently had Sadie not been such a friendly dog. I wish i'd asked to speak to her parents now, but I was too shocked to react properly! How would she have liked it if someone jumped out on her in the dark and grabbed her by the head? I'm honestly furious about it, I nearly went back out after I got home but i'd said my piece to her and hopefully the shock of being told off was enough of a lesson learned to her. If my precious Rottie had have bitten or snapped out of fear, she would be dead and I would likely be in prison! WHY OH WHY do people not teach their kids how to treat dogs? I currently feel SO lucky and proud of my girl for being so good!