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post #11 of 34 Old 02-08-2014, 02:31 PM Thread Starter
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Darrin, your right I will discuss that with the camp owners. It should have been reported last year. Not even sure what will happen. I'm in the boonies in Florida and these people are from arizona
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post #12 of 34 Old 02-08-2014, 02:39 PM
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People like that are the worst. If it were attacking any dog around me, it would disappear when they weren't looking. People need to start taking responsibility for their animals (and KIDS) actions, or crap like this will keep happening. I know if I ever have an animal that turns aggressive for the fun of it, it will be in the ground. I wont waste my time on something that just causes issues when I can have a sweet and loving animal that could have been put to sleep needlessly.
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It's been quite an emotional experience to take off across country alone with my pets for a few months. I get homesick when the weather is bad and I'm stuck inside.

Miss kitty was hiding and I thought she snuck out and I searched high and low so worried that I lost her. She came out 6 hours later and I have no idea where she was because I'm just in a one room apartment

Being with my cats, dog and horse has been so rewarding. I would be crushed if I didn't keep them safe.
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post #14 of 34 Old 02-08-2014, 04:48 PM
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Another example that some people are just not capable of beeing a dog owner! I sure noticed that the people that have no training put in their dogs, are not able to control their dog and just missing common sense are the once screeming the most and blaming other people first!

You should have punshed the owner too :0)
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Another example that some people are just not capable of beeing a dog owner! I sure noticed that the people that have no training put in their dogs, are not able to control their dog and just missing common sense are the once screeming the most and blaming other people first!

You should have punshed the owner too :0)
lol I'm a 52 yr old woman with a ruptured disc in my back and didn't realize I could pack such a punch but I got that dogs attention. My adrenalin kicked in.i ran out of my shoes to help my dog,
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How big is the dog? Is it too big to trap and....relocate?

Do you have an AC unit? In my old apartment I had an AC unit that had a cabinet built around it. I thought I lost my male cat and was heart broken until I saw him belly crawl out of there.
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The dog is the same size as mine r a tad bigger I think the car might hAve been behind the toilet
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post #18 of 34 Old 02-08-2014, 06:38 PM
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Check and see if your dog has puncture wounds, shave the area, and keep the wounds clean with saline and betadine. If it's in or near the ear make sure not to get anything down in the ear when cleaning the area.
Also, I would start a paper trail too. The only reason I say this is because my dog was attacked by another dog and I didn't do anything either. I found out later on that the dog which attacked mine eventually bit a person.

So in lies the madness, the pursuit of the impossible in the face of the complete assurance that you will fail, and yet still you chase.
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post #19 of 34 Old 02-08-2014, 07:42 PM
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You could again approach the camp owner with the idea that all dogs off leash must be muzzled. Ask him if he wants the law involved if a person is bitten. Most rv camps don't allow dogs off leash altho some provide a fenced in are for the dogs to have a good run.
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I was telling a friend the story and they were all at a show last weekend and the same dog went after hers and the owner stopped it in time.. I can't believe as aggressive as it appears theyae not taking this seriously
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