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So I got bit by a dog today


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32 minutes ago, petitepedal said:

Poor dog belongs to a woman with memory issues...and has no discipline. 

Exactly. The OWNER is in the wrong (clearly with some justification), yet the dog gets the bad rap. :wacko:  You can't kick the old lady, I guess, but maybe the poor pup needs some attention or change.

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Just now, Kirby said:

Glad it didn't break the skin, that could be serious.  The problem of pets for seniors who can no longer take proper care of them is serious, and there is no easy answer.

Right?  apparently it is in bad taste to kick the owners.  

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2 hours ago, petitepedal said:

:angry: if it had been on the floor instead of on the bed...I would have drop kicked it through the wall...

Poor dog belongs to a woman with memory issues...and has no discipline. 

Thankfully he did not break the skin.

 

if she has memory loss, then you can get rid go the dog without her knowing it. 

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Thank you for showing mercy and kindness Petite. Poor dog is probably confused and feeling helpless with her owner's situation. They need each other at this time and you made the right decision in giving her a pass. 

Have the clown in the kitchen make the dog a nice steak tomorrow and be her friend and support.   :)

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On 2/5/2019 at 6:29 PM, petitepedal said:

:angry: if it had been on the floor instead of on the bed...I would have drop kicked it through the wall...

Poor dog belongs to a woman with memory issues...and has no discipline. 

Thankfully he did not break the skin.

 

Is the dog OK?

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