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Pig Skill

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1,368 posts

87 months

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OK here's my beef.

I think that no matter what dog an owner decides to have, when outside of their home said dogs should be on a lead and wearing a muzzle.

Why?

Well, because no matter how fluffy, loving or cute they are they have the potential to harm. People swear that their dog would never harm anyone, but the bottom line is that they cannot be 100% sure. Never

In my opinion a dog (depending on breed) is more of a potential killing weapon than a knife.

Strong words I know, but thats the way it is for me.

Plus, they are noisy barking bds that st everywhere. fking dogs. shoot

As a side note - I have never been attacked or bitten by one of these flea bags. smile


dufctubs

162 posts

36 months

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Belter alert of the week goes to you and it's only Monday

icetea

846 posts

26 months

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Horrible dogs like Staffies etc should have to be muzzled and on a lead anywhere in public. I think its a bit pointless for a tiny dog thats on a lead to have to be muzzled - its easy to keep a little dog under control when it can't overpower you.

MixxyMatosis

388 posts

53 months

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Dogs are not responsible for their actions. The owners are and you sir are a ballbag. I'm not a fan of cats but you don't see me ranting about it to random members of the public.

GreenDog

2,064 posts

76 months

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But would you take your children to McDonalds ?
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GreenDog

2,064 posts

76 months

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But would you take your children to McDonalds ?

Jasandjules

50,715 posts

113 months

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I think people should be required to be handcuffed and wear muzzles too. People do far more damage far more often to people and even kids.

vinopete

466 posts

82 months

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MixxyMatosis said:
Dogs are not responsible for their actions. The owners are and you sir are a ballbag. I'm not a fan of cats but you don't see me ranting about it to random members of the public.
rofl calling someone sir and ballbag in the same sentence... i think you should post that anti-cat rant immediately biglaugh

MixxyMatosis

388 posts

53 months

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Jasandjules said:
I think people should be required to be handcuffed and wear muzzles too. People do far more damage far more often to people and even kids.
And the bottom line is you can never be 100% sure.


Marty63

2,344 posts

58 months

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MixxyMatosis said:
ballbag
laugh

ali_kat

26,452 posts

105 months

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icetea said:
Horrible dogs like Staffies etc should have to be muzzled and on a lead anywhere in public. I think its a bit pointless for a tiny dog thats on a lead to have to be muzzled - its easy to keep a little dog under control when it can't overpower you.
Staffies are not horrible

Theya re one of the soppiest breeds on the planet. Their problem is that their owners can be 'rough'.

Upatdawn

1,686 posts

32 months

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icetea said:
Horrible dogs like Staffies etc should have to be muzzled and on a lead anywhere in public. I think its a bit pointless for a tiny dog thats on a lead to have to be muzzled - its easy to keep a little dog under control when it can't overpower you.
You obviously know little about dogs

1. Staffies are NOT vicious dogs

2. A Westie attacked me and tried to de-nut me

Small dogs are pound-for-pound worse of all ironically




Edited by Upatdawn on Monday 8th October 22:14

bexVN

10,805 posts

95 months

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Well that's a nice thought for the day for you.

So glad the law doesn't force all dogs to wear muzzles. My dog is 8.5yrs and never ever done anything to warrent such abuse!!

No you can't trust dogs 100% but there are few people that can be trusted 100%. However I do trust my dog 99.9%

T0nup

623 posts

84 months

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Pig Skill said:
OK here's my beef.

I think that no matter what dog an owner decides to have, when outside of their home said dogs should be on a lead and wearing a muzzle.

Why?

Well, because no matter how fluffy, loving or cute they are they have the potential to harm. People swear that their dog would never harm anyone, but the bottom line is that they cannot be 100% sure. Never

In my opinion a dog (depending on breed) is more of a potential killing weapon than a knife.

Strong words I know, but thats the way it is for me.

Plus, they are noisy barking bds that st everywhere. fking dogs. shoot

As a side note - I have never been attacked or bitten by one of these flea bags. smile
And some people should be chemically castrated, and locked away never to see the light of day again. Or better still made to suffer the same fate that they themselves have bestowed on someone or something. In an ideal world, we wouldn't waste time, resources and money on those that have chosen to commit the crime of murder, but we do, when in a truly sane world, they would be killed themselves of put to good use.

Strong words I know, but that's the way it is for me.

As a side note - I have never killed a dog.

Have a nice fking day.

icetea

846 posts

26 months

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Upatdawn said:
You obviously know little about dogs

1. Staffies are NOT vicious dogs

2. A Westie attacked me and tried to de-nut me

Small dogs are pound-for-pound worse of all ironically
And the big difference is if a Westie does go for someone the worst thats going to happen is a couple of stitches in an ankle. If a staff does it, it has potentially life altering repercussions - or life ending ones.

m_cozzy

66 posts

68 months

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I agree with the OP 100%. Filthy noisy pointless creatures. Its about time the dog license was reintroduced & made bloody expensive, at least this would pay for some poor buggers to go around picking up all the dog carp that it would appear the lazy majority of owners cannot be bothered to do.

Potatoes

2,509 posts

54 months

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m_cozzy said:
I agree with the OP 100%. Filthy noisy pointless creatures. Its about time the dog license was reintroduced & made bloody expensive, at least this would pay for some poor buggers to go around picking up all the dog carp that it would appear the lazy majority of owners cannot be bothered to do.
Why bring fish into the debate?

The_Burg

4,431 posts

98 months

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I can only assume the OP is a cat fetishist.
Disgusting flea ridden st in everyone elses garden things they are.

(Or a tt).

evoivboy

432 posts

30 months

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P101

1,149 posts

42 months

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Pig Skill said:
Well, because no matter how fluffy, loving or cute they are they have the potential to harm. People swear that their dog would never harm anyone, but the bottom line is that they cannot be 100% sure. Never
I'd stake a million quid on the fact my dog would never cause any harm, with the exception of perhaps jumping up excitedly and her claws scratching. In fact, I would stake my life on it.



Edited by P101 on Monday 8th October 22:54


Edited by P101 on Monday 8th October 22:59

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