Tuesday, 23 January 2018

George Attacked


I've just been messaging my sister ( who is a dog owner and lover) about George being attacked by a staffie earlier today! Now don't worry he's fine ( thanks to my hard brown shoes which kicked the shit out of the attacking dog let loose by three trailer trash characters.)
But it was a rather upsetting experience
I'll tell you the story tomorrow , suffice to say as a treat I bought the old guy half a cooked chicken from Sainsbury's for his tea
I hate, HATE, HATE bad dog owners!

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  1. Chicken sounds to have been earned. Poor old guy.

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    1. I just wish Winnie had not just got into the car, she would have flattened the dog

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  2. poor georgie! hope the chicken helps him heal. as for the trailer trash, karma is a bitch...

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    1. He's fast asleep AM XXXX

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  3. i hate the idea of any dog being kicked but sometimes there is nothing for it! So pleased old George is ok

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    1. I won't apologise for it, George is nearly 12 and is in no shape to protect himself

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    2. I hate it too. BUT if my LuLu girl was attacked I would stop at nothing. I would love to kick the 3 hooligans that should have had their dog under control. They deserve a swift one!

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  4. Staffie owners say they are gentle!. No!. Molly my huge fat cat walks with me to the main road. 2 paces behind meowing. A staffie wen,t for me yesterday crossing the park. Molly went crazy attacked it!. Cat 1 dog 0 . She got lots of chicken last night!.

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    1. I think some are gentle....but this one wasn't and I knew it as soon as I saw it......as the owners should have realised before they took it off the lead

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    2. I am so happy to hear your Molly is fine and you. Chicken is love in my home with my Scotties and Cats.

      cheers, parsnip and mandibles

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  5. Is this the staffie that bothered your dogs or maybe just Mary several months back ?
    I am so upset over this. Old Gud Dugs who are attacked can have health problems later, thehamish did.

    Give George a huge hug from me.
    cheers, parsnip and mandibles

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  6. Thank goodness you were there to save George! Glad it turned out okay.

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  7. Staffie owner said to me my dog is gentle, you did not need to send your cat to attack my dog!. Ye gods cats are cats!. Wild, adorable untrainable, unless in their terms. But just shows me Molly is protective towards me,saved me from vicious dog!.

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  8. I cannot imagine unleashing a dog with another dog nearby except to cause trouble. Stupidity.

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  9. I hope you got a Scotch egg for yourself. I am sure you were just as upset as George.

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    1. George , typically wasn't bothered 20 seconds after the event... queeny bloggers take note

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  10. That is so wrong. Glad sweet George is ok. Head scratches from us!

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  11. Feel the same, John, about bad parents, abusive parents.

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  12. new dogs can be so aggressive, according to their owners, I hope they have attempted to mitigate this horrible confrontation. So very, very sad when owners cannot control their babies.

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    1. It's not rocket science x

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  13. Dear old soul.......how mean of those guys to let their dog loose on him. Someone should kick the s#%& out of them too.

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  14. SO glad you were there and let loose at it! Good on you!! We hear of nasty maul injuries in our papers and often the owners are left with horrendous vet bills, and well as the trauma to both animal and owner.

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  15. I am so glad that George is alright. How frightening. It could have been much worse. Off leash dogs always scared me. I would walk my dog on his leash and so many times we would come across dogs just running free. A bad situation. A leashed dog is definitely at a disadvantage physically and psychologically. People would cheerily call out, "Oh, he/she is friendly", and I would respond, "My dog is NOT". That usually got them to run over and control their animal. We were attacked several times and it was terrifying.

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  16. Thank you for telling us straight off that he is okay. My stomach dropped thinking about sweet little George being gone from the Pack. I also HATE bad dog owners. Shame on them, and good on you for saving George.

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  17. I hope you reported them!!

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  18. Me too. I'm against people carrying guns but . . .

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  19. I'm glad the old fellow is okay. I'm with you on the bad owners. I feel sorry for the other dog, in a way, having owners like them. Lord knows what "fun" they have with it at home.

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  20. Anonymous3:17 am

    So happy George is okay!
    Walking my dog this morning, a shepard just about climbed over a 6 ft. fence to get at my 28 lb. mix. I don’t think my soft boots would have done any good. I’m walking on the other side from now on. This dog was scary!
    Debbie

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  21. I think I would consider carrying a can of pepper spray in the future.

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    1. You might but it is illegal in the UK.

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    2. hair spray works quite well too!

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  22. Are there leash laws in Wales, John? Here you could call the police if a dog was off leash and went after you or your (properly restrained) animal.

    I hate trashy pet owners, too. I'm glad sweet George is ok. He's my favorite of your pack.

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  23. So glad that your dog wasn't injured - it must have been very frightening. We have leash laws and muzzle laws here (for some breeds) but some people always feel that the rules don't apply to them - or after all - their dog isn't dangerous! Many of our local parks have large off leash areas so it's not as though dogs don't have room to run - I just don't want them running at me when I'm in the middle of my walk! Is it possible to report them to the police?

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  24. Staffies, Pitbulls, etc, and their (usually) scumbag owners, should always be on leads, tagged, and wear muzzles (including the scumbag owners).

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  25. I'm relieved you're both OK. X

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  26. Many an owner can ruin what could have been a good dog. No one wins and the outcome could have been much worse. Glad out George is ok and you to for that matter.

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  27. Oh I am so glad to read sweet George is ok !!!! You know he is my favourite of all your lovely doggies!

    There are people out there that should NOT have a dog!!
    My pekingese Coco and I send kisses to George :)

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  28. I bet this has shaken you more than it did George. I'd feel just the same way as you.

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  29. Poor old George, glad the chicken soothed him. You could have been bitten. A Dalmation went for Dillon last year. It snarled and came right round me to where Ihad Dillon sitting to letitand owner pass us. I thought it was going to get my shin. The owner,a camouflage coat and trousers wearing man did nothing, now when I see them I avoid them

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  30. I'm glad George is okay. It's a shame you didn't kick the owners of the Staffie as well. It's what people do to dogs that make them good or bad in most cases.

    Thank goodness for exceptions to that rule though ... our Mavis is a little sweetie.

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  31. There's a get-well card in the post....

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  32. I bet George enjoyed his chicken and I'm glad he's ok. Trailer trash indeed it makes my blood boil. We are putting our names down for a Winnie dog with some kennel club breeders. The Welsh terrier are quite a rare breed and you gave to register an interest.

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  33. Oh poor old George he does not deserve that, mean dogs have mean owners hope you don't come across those people and their dog again John.

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  34. Poor George. Nothing worse for dog and owner!
    It's the "idiots" at the other end of the lead who've failed to train their dogs who are to blame. I know of some great Staffies - but they've got great owners too.

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  35. So glad George isn't badly injured. What a handsome person he is...I bet he loved his chicken.

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  36. No dog should be let off leash anywhere but in your own backyard or where there are no other dogs. It is just common sense, which is sorely lacking these days. I am so glad that George is okay, poor dear. I would have kicked the crap out of the Staffie's owners, too. But, then, I am sometimes bereft of common sense myself.

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  37. I'm looking at that picture and....... seriously I think...... that has to be, one of the cutest frigging dogs I have ever seen! Not sure which he makes me think of more, a teddy bear, a baby bear or the puppet Alf!

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  38. So glad George is ok! Is there an animal control agency you can call to make a report?

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  40. I hope innocent George will be ok.
    Pamper him for me too . . .

    I do not like poor, bad, disrespectful dog owners either!
    Having your dog attacked is like having my own self be attacked!
    It happened to our Snickers and almost killed her.
    She was on her leash, a Great Dane,
    broke his leash and went after her!)
    Emergency visit . . the trauma SHE felt was heartbreaking.
    She lived through it all, but she, and WE will never forget!

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