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    02-04-2013, 12:48 PM
  #21
Weanling
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Originally Posted by Shropshirerosie    
Okay, you clearly don't get on with your cousin so I'm going to put that to one side for now; some people just don't get on.

You say that the other dog bit your dog, and your dog started growling. This sounds like the kind of situation that two people see very differently:

Dog Owner 1 "our two dogs were play fighting when the new one starts growling really viciously at mine. My dog was scared. I stopped the fight and reprimanded the dog that had shown aggression. Then I calmed my dog down"

Dog Owner 2 "our two dogs were playing and her dog bit mine. My dog growled in self defence, but then she hit my dog and petted hers."

Do you see my point? Without all of us being there we can't judge which dog owner really did the right thing. Maybe neither of you?!

So, back to your cousin. You're not going to be best buddies, and quite possibly she has lots of grievances against you that she's venting on a forum right now but the world is full different people. Keep to your own space, don't try to avoid her nor to be with her. Just accept that she is alive and in your family too.
I see your point. Also I should mention her dog has attacked the neighbors dogs and has killed a cat. She thinks it is funny I watched her laugh while the dog was attacking a cat. She is promoting her dog to be aggressive, and that's just not right.
     
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    02-04-2013, 01:00 PM
  #22
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Animallover707    
I see your point. Also I should mention her dog has attacked the neighbors dogs and has killed a cat. She thinks it is funny I watched her laugh while the dog was attacking a cat. She is promoting her dog to be aggressive, and that's just not right.
I wouldn't risk getting my dog hurt and would stay away. Especially if it is an aggressive pit bull. Are all of these dogs nuetured? If not that will add to the problem of them not getting along.
     
    02-04-2013, 01:22 PM
  #23
Weanling
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Originally Posted by churumbeque    
I wouldn't risk getting my dog hurt and would stay away. Especially if it is an aggressive pit bull. Are all of these dogs nuetured? If not that will add to the problem of them not getting along.
All the pit bulls are fine and non aggressive, this is a little terrier dog, and no they havent fixed many of them. Mine just got spayed. It sucks because I wont be able to ride my horses. And they hate cats, but yet they got cat and let them breed and now there are like 20 out there and I actually took them in and got them fixed because they were going to start killing them.
     
    02-04-2013, 03:01 PM
  #24
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If it bothers you that much, report the dog. I'm a dog lover and I hate to report someone's elses dog like that, but maybe it will put a scare into your cousin to do the right thing and 1. Train the dog properly, or 2. Keep the dog home. It sounds like your cousin needs a lesson or two about how the world works.
     
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