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    08-29-2011, 04:07 PM
Well thankfully 2 things have happen. Sicne this post, they have sent a horse of for training, who ended up staying with the trainer and have purchased another horse whom they chose not to do some of the things I personally choose to. So because I purchased a second horse, I have only been caring for my 2 when their horse was at training. Now that they have another horse, I have kept my routine to only include caring for my animals. She has upped my board, but w/e I like having my horses at home and its worth it to only take care of them. We had a bit of a falling out over animal matters. He dog bit my husband and she went on and on about how its our fault for "mistreating" her dog. We tried to be nice, but when a dog is chasing circles around you nipping at your ankle, I will resort to any defense to get them to go away. Mostly we could just yell at him, but my fiance did kick him after he bit him and came back again. We never even got an apology, just an excuse and a fight about "how it must be us". :::rolls eyes::: whatever, to each their own. Bet if my pitbull got out and bit them it would be different... :)
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    08-29-2011, 04:15 PM
Well that's good to hear the falling out is prob. For best anywho...and if your pitbull is as horridly mean as the one I owned you would have a better chance of it licking one of them to death lol I have a chihuaha that will do more damage ..then most pits
    08-29-2011, 04:43 PM
Originally Posted by jannette    
well that's good to hear the falling out is prob. For best anywho...and if your pitbull is as horridly mean as the one I owned you would have a better chance of it licking one of them to death lol I have a chihuaha that will do more damage ..then most pits
Yea my dogs have never offered to bite or even be mean to anyone. But it was something I thought about. We'd be in the newspaper "Pitbull attacks" as opposed to not even getting acknowledgement or an apology for her dog breaking hubby's skin. Was he REALLY hurt, no? But if it had been my daughter, it would have been a completely different story. I don't give a rats @$$ what they say, I taught my daughter if that dog starts biting and barking at her, KICK HIM! I told her do not run, just kick at him to keep him away until he either leaves or I am at her side. One day he ran at her to bite her and she went to run away, tripped on a tree route and gashed her knee open. They laughed "silly dog. Are you ok hunnie" No, if your psychotic dog wasnt allowed near people, she'd be ok. Maybe one of my dogs wants an afternoon snack though. Hmmm
    08-29-2011, 05:15 PM
Oh you r completely right!!!! You never hear in the news about someones cow dog biting someone even though it happens daily im sure lol....and my wowa as my niece calls her will attack you...(i don't let her lose to the public)its funny how some people take no responsability for anything....u can't reason with them for reasons I still can't figure out...i know the mantality though that u'r talking about and it's beyond frustrating....it's like do you not care because you are truley ignorent or are you just that big of a jerk.....
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