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annjohnplustwo
14:48:19 Sun
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Still in shock, I took my two ladies out for a walk this morning with their canny-collars on, fab. We were on our way back and I noticed another smaller dog on it's own, no owner to be seen, don't ask me why I did not cross over!!. Anyway I carried on , sasha is always the one out of the two who is always pulling towards other dogs when she sees them, so there we were trying to walk past, well one minute they were sniffing, the next fighting, sash got herself in such a to do, she managed to wangle herself from her collar, we were right at the kerb side of a busy road which did not help. It seemed to go in slow motion but looking back it was over quick quickly, the other dog got the over body stance, you know the one I mean, luckily Molly had not decided to join in, or I would have been a goner. I know they say you should not intervere, but it is gut reaction, well a few scratches on my hand later, it was all over, the other dog went off. There was a young lady walking towards us with a puchchair and some older kids who had witnessed it all, she approached berated all dog owners who let their dogs loose. She very kindly held sasha allowing me to reattach her lead, which incidentally will be getting checked for tightness. I was shaking like a leaf. Kind of dented my confidence walking the two of them now, hopefully it was just a one off. Has anyone had a similar experience. My husband said on my return I should have just kicked the other dog away, typical male responce I guess.

  
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:eek: What a fright for you!! Glad no-one was hurt, but it is worrying when other dogs are let to wander around like that.

Thankfully you all came out of it ok :flowerkiss:



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Bless you that was awful. Yes it has happened to me with dogs in the past. Very scarey. Its a pity you could not find out who owned the other dog and inform the dog warden.
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marilou
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it happened to me a few weeks ago with another dominant female dog crossed shepherd /lab!! i tried to separate them and was bitten deep on my finger !! sore for a couple of days!!! the lady was nice we tried to make visa and her dog friends with no success!!!



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Big trouble in Aberdeen today. A pom. yapped it's way into the striking distance of a bull dog. Tragic results.
All the good work done has been shattered



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Did the bulldog bite the pom then?

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redshift22
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I saw the article in the local paper. The Pomeranian did not survive. The fate of the Bull dog is yet to be decided.

  
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Yeah, that's right. The clue was in "Tragic" The bull dog (don't know what exact breed) made very short work of the Pom. Onlookers were horrified. The incident is now being investigated by the authorities.



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