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DON'T Leave your Dogs Unsupervised

Discussion in 'General Dog Discussions' started by tat2stuff, Nov 15, 2007.

  1. Clio

    Clio Banned

    I'm going to clarify because I know there's going to be someone who sees my post and leap to defend this person (probably a female I'm assuming from the tone of the post). The person seems like a complete nut job and the all-around incompetence should be criminal.

    These dogs were so beyond your control that they didn't listen to your orders?

    They were so beyond your control that you couldn't pull them off

    Yet you could fire a shot and not hit the dog they were attacking

    Since you're firing shots in your neighborhood . . why not a warning shot? There's absolutely nothing you could do but execute these dogs because of your own level of incompetence? That's seriously sickening
     
  2. catchrcall

    catchrcall Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    I have a break stick hanging in my kennels, in my house, and in both vehicles, not to mention the ones we use while hunting. They're like fire extinguishers. You may never need one, but when you need it you'll need it bad and it better be there.
     
  3. catchrcall

    catchrcall Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    My responses in blue,.
     
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  4. SevenSins

    SevenSins Forget The Dog, Beware Of Owner Staff Member Administrator Super Moderator

    The fuck does that have to do with anything?

    Catchrcall pretty much summed up the rest of your post.

    And do you realize you're responding to someone that posted this in 2007 and literally hasn't even seen this forum since 2009?
     
  5. AdamC

    AdamC Puppy


    Do you realize the forum is broken, and dates are messed up?
     
  6. Lillie May

    Lillie May Good Dog

    @AdamC we do have a new server, but the date under the post is correct. You're answering a post from Aug 2015. Just an FYI, look at the date beside the poster's name.
     
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  7. Layla Mendez

    Layla Mendez Puppy

    Totally agree with this! A wise man learns from the mistakes of others. Let this be a warning and a wake up call for every dog owner who usually leave their dogs unsupervised. I've always thought dogs couldn't kill each other (yes, because it's been implanted on my mind that they're too adorable to do that). This post really shocked me, my whole dogs-are-innocent-and-adorable idea was a lie. Although I'm always watchful with my dogs, this post made made me extremely cautious with them.
     
  8. smalldog

    smalldog Little Dog

    When I leave I have put Boa in the crate inside the house Bruno goes in the back yard. I have 6 in a half feet block walls so no digging out. Bella gets to have the house to her self. When I'm home I only allow 2 at a time be together inside or out.break sticks mandatory. When I'm on vacation Boa goes to my uncle's my Mom takes care of the other 2..
     
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  9. _unoriginal

    _unoriginal Cow Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    And even being extremely aware and cautious with our dogs, they can still live full and happy lives! :D
     
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  10. steve07

    steve07 Good Dog

    Hey we live the crate a rotate life style for this reason. Believe me my dogs are very happy. Plus there both BBM mutts from a shelter so who knows where they would of ended up if not with me.
     
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  11. Nataliya82

    Nataliya82 Little Dog

    Reading this confirms why my Loki will stay a single child. Who are all those people that judge for crating?? Where I live it's totally the norm and NOT crating a pup will give you looks. Loki is in a crate for 7 hrs while we are at work. I used to feel bad, but he is with us for the other 17 and he sure has a better life than he would've if he still was in the street. He goes in a crate for the night by himself (we both work night shift) and I'm pretty positive that he sleeps there. Sure beats him eating something bad while being loose in a house and dying. I let him out in the yard but he is never unsupervised, I keep my eye on him 100% and play with him there. We have dog thieves all over here, I am not risking someone stealing my pup.
     
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  12. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    If you crate your dog, please be sure to be careful of the collar, tags getting caught on the crate and causing harm to the dog.
     
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  13. Nataliya82

    Nataliya82 Little Dog

    Oh, we don't use a collar when he is inside. For walks he has a harness with his tags and such.
     
  14. Boogie87

    Boogie87 Puppy

    I needed to read these. We seperated our dogs from the get go. Recently we started to mussel when they go outside. We do not have a fenced in yard but i never never leave them out side without the training collars and never alone. Our neighbors dont have dogs but im am still vigilant.
     

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