Oh my god

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  1. Superhobo Registered

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    Our wolf/healer mix just killed our teacup chihuahua. My god. My god. He tore it's throat open.

    They just took it to the vet - to see if it could be 'saved;' it's hopeless. There's no way.


    Oh my god.
     
  2. Mee 2 E's are better than 1

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    I just thought of a really mean joke I won't make. :(



    Sorry to hear I guess. R.I.P. little dog. :(
     
  3. chaseter Esteemed Member

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    You need God's help now eh:o:whatever:

    It is pretty dumb first off for having a wolf mix dog. But I do feel sorry for your loss:csad:
     
  4. The Original Bamfer Big, Bald and Beautiful

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    "It's not much of a healer." :csad:
     
  5. guitarsingerguy Who am I?

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    Big dogs and little dogs just don't mix.
     
  6. tzarinna Mamochka

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    Yikes, that sucks. R.I.P., teacup. :csad:
     
  7. DRUMM3RBOY Registered

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    no sir they do not:nono:
     
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  9. xisaacx trademarks us miserable

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    pics or it didnt happen
     
  10. EdRyder Registered

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    A dog attacked my cat before and its neck was wide open.I walk in the backyard and theres the cat meowing at me, you could see all the little tendons and neck bits flexing inside its neck wound.The vet suchered it close.And that cat lived for like ten more years.
     
  11. DV8 Band Loser

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    OMG! sorry man . . . really sorry to hear that; that's devastating . . . have they lived together long?? what kind of relationship did they have? I guess it's a moot point now :( jesus . . . just put the little guy down if you haven't yet . . .
     
  12. terry78 My name is Stefan, sweet thang

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    How long have you had both these dogs? Were they civil to each other usually? They don't just snap like that.
     
  13. chaseter Esteemed Member

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    The wolf now has the taste for blood, it must be destroyed.
     
  14. Mee 2 E's are better than 1

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    Mine was-


    No more Taco Bell for him. :csad:
     
  15. Superhobo Registered

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    About three or four months - they've been fine together, usually, barring one confrontation when we first got the little bugger.
     
  16. Captain Planet! The Power Is Yours

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    Same here. :(
     
  17. chaseter Esteemed Member

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    Was the chihuahua a puppy or adult, b/c the adults are mean little a-holes.
     
  18. DV8 Band Loser

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    yeah . . . that's what I was trying to get at . . . but dogs (especially if a wolf mix) have a prey drive which can be triggered unexpectedly by small animals . . . and if there was food involved, the predatory instincts are just amplified . . . poor little pooch
     
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    Let me ask you this:Was there a lot of blood?Was it "frothy"? Was the dog alert or listless?
    Just asking because there could be a chance for it still.If it didnt tear any tendons,.It could very well be a big gaping wound like with my cat, but you'd be surprised.
     
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    You rang? :word:
     
  21. chaseter Esteemed Member

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    that line, coupled with your avatar...is cringe/barf worthy:o
     
  22. DV8 Band Loser

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    damn . . . so the little one was the newcomer. it may have been different if he was the older one which would grant him some degree of dominance or territory, but not the case . . .
     
  23. Superhobo Registered

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    Dog was lying, unconscious, eyes open and glassy, with blood pouring out of it's throat. It twitched a couple of times, so -
     
  24. DV8 Band Loser

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    jesus!! you just came home to that scene?? that's gotta be rough; my condolences man :(

    so nobody was around when it happened? where did you find the little dog?? and did you at least stick the other one's nose in it and pop him on the nose?? :hehe:
     
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    ^Yeah thats a goddamn shame bro.Im sorry.
     

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