Should I Report This

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  1. Captain_BluTac You Better Run

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    Today I was out walking my Yorkshire Terrier around my local woods when we were attacked by a Rottweiler dog although I picked my dog up in time to stop it doing any serious damage it still managed to draw blood from both me and my dog I feel I should report this, however I worry that that dog would be euthanised and I do not agree with euthanasia so what should I do.
     
  2. JP Smelly

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    That dog deserves the death penalty.
     
  3. BRUTAL Registered

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    Simple, just kick it in the face. :yay:
     
  4. Captain_BluTac You Better Run

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    but even though I don't want this dog to attack anyone else I couldn't feel right about having it put down
     
  5. Captain_BluTac You Better Run

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    wel I did actually kick it a couple of times after it bit me although I as furious with the owner his only words were "he don't hurt no one" I have the bite marks to prove otherwise
     
  6. Eggyman The Oval Avenger

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    What would you rather happen: Let the dog go free and sit around ignorantly blissful? Or maybe here about a kid getting savaged by it in the near future?

    You know what to do ;)
     
  7. Captain_BluTac You Better Run

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    option B
     
  8. Eggyman The Oval Avenger

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    You'd prefer for a kid to get savaged :huh:

    :o
     
  9. BRUTAL Registered

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    I was referring more to the owner.
     
  10. Captain_BluTac You Better Run

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    I just don't want the dog to get put to sleep and most the kids around here are bratty:o
     
  11. Captain_BluTac You Better Run

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    I couldn't it was an really old man if I had of hurt him it could of done serious damage
     
  12. TBadora Registered

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    BluTac, I would report it. I think they may give the owner a warning. The dog may not necessarily be put down.
     
  13. BRUTAL Registered

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    I think you're misunderstanding the point of the face-kicking.
     
  14. Captain_BluTac You Better Run

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    I dunno the laws are pretty strict round here
     
  15. Captain_BluTac You Better Run

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    possibly
     
  16. Avangarde Avan a Good Time

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    I love dogs, but if a dog attacked me I would beat the living snot out of it.
     
  17. TBadora Registered

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    How badly are you and your dog hurt? Describe the attack.
     
  18. Dedpool Registered

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    Frickin' aye, report it, absolutely. Not only does the dog's owner deserve a swift kick in the pants for letting his hellhound run rampant like that, but it could happen to someone else if nobody speaks up. And the next person may be even less fortunate than to come out of the situation with just a bite.

    Definitely, report.
     
  19. Captain_BluTac You Better Run

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    the dog bit the hindlegs of my dog and has drawn blood and my dog is now walking with a limp *she has a emergency vet's appointment later* and the dog bit into my hand and there is a large bruise and several puncture marks
     
  20. Dedpool Registered

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    I'd say you're owed a vet's fee and one damn good apology, also.
     
  21. TBadora Registered

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    I'd say report it. That's not acceptable. Or like dedpool said, collect the vet's fee from the owner, and don't report it.
     
  22. Zero_Vault Registered

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    I suggest you apply the ceaser's method, and then, adopt it as your own.
     
  23. Captain_BluTac You Better Run

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    well I mighrt be able to do that Coleen *my next door neighbour* says she knows the dude
     
  24. Captain_BluTac You Better Run

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    you might wanna go into more detail the only ceases method I know of is a caesarian section
     
  25. TBadora Registered

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    If your neighbour knows him, then it'd weigh in the favor of not reporting it. But that's to your descretion.
     

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