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Anonymous Anonymous  |  10/18/2008 2:31 AM  |  Flag  

It's always refreshing when the owner takes the mauling instead of an innocent!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  10/18/2008 7:24 AM  |  Flag  
Call the AC Every Time the dog is loose. Every Time!
No matter how much the owner tries to bully you.
(Ours bullies by talking loudly about how 'mean' we are.) Most pit bull owners are passive aggressive, that's how so many 'accidents' happen, they are set up by the owner to happen out of misplaced anger.
Makes sure that citations that cost money are given.
That means they will be with the animal when (not if) it snaps. You have to close the circle of the animal's space as much as possible.
It makes the owners steam.

Anonymous annod  |  10/18/2008 11:29 AM  |  Flag  
Now here is a community that knows how to deal with dangerous dogs!!


Anonymous Anonymous  |  10/18/2008 5:13 PM  |  Flag  
Also VIDEOTAPE the loose dog roaming but also with its owner or going in the house or yard.

If Animal control does nothing, the video can be brought to mayor, city council, or the media.

Plus, a lot of these lawbreakers change their tune fast when they realize they will be documented on tape so they can't lie their way out of it.

Blogger Paige Cornelius  |  5/17/2017 2:27 PM  |  Flag  
I know this is an old article but this past weekend I was thrown out of a bar for asking that a dog be put on a leash. It was running around like a hyper child. The bar was loud and crowded. I was terrified. I live in GA and cannot find a site that gives me a clear description of leash laws. I believe dogs should be banned from bars but I would settle for them being on a leash at this point.

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