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Team No Fear

Discussion in 'Breeder Discussion' started by CrazyK9, Dec 4, 2015.

  1. BCdogs

    BCdogs Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    There is. ;)
     
  2. Lillie May

    Lillie May Good Dog

    I think there is a disclaimer stating that. But it is a public forum where all things related to dogs, APBT specifically, but all types of breeds are discussed. We also discuss current events or debate topics.

    Point being, even if this wasn't a public event, the EMT's have to report all dog bites to the E.R. staff. They then have to file a report to either A.C. and/or the police. Those reports are public records, so anyone who chooses to access them can. He's very disillusioned if he thinks people aren't going to talk about it.

    "Yes your Honor, I am an assmarmot for talking about a poor woman who was mauled by a dog that should've been PTS. It's called an opinion, which is my right to express under the Freedom of Speech amendment. I feel both empathy and sympathy for her. How rude of me for saying that on the Internet."

    Pffft, no one has said anyone's full name. His ignorance is showing, IMO.
     
  3. ruffiangirl

    ruffiangirl Little Dog

    Assmarmot bwahahaha


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
     
  4. NobodyHere

    NobodyHere Guest

  5. GoingPostal

    GoingPostal Good Dog

    Really puts a great name on the breed when a massively titled "UKC Superdog" mauls someone. <Removed> will have a heyday with this one I'm sure. This dude's a real pos.
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Dec 25, 2015
  6. CarolineP

    CarolineP Little Dog

    I have a picture of the police report, is that allowed to be uploaded?

    I message him a lot on Facebook and do a lot of art for him of his dogs, he sent it to me, if anyone wants to see it.
     
  7. CrazyK9

    CrazyK9 Good Dog

    If you have the report number, anyone can look it up. That would save any suspicion of the image being altered or fabricated and you dealing with any possible consequences of posting it publicly. Not sure that there would be any but I don't know for sure.
     
  8. CarolineP

    CarolineP Little Dog

    Clay told me to share it if I want, I'll post that number!

    At the top right it says "OCA(?) 2015-14954"
    i think that's what you meant?
     
  9. NobodyHere

    NobodyHere Guest

    As far as I'm aware, Clay has only posted page 3 of that report, and in it, the officer states that he "observed a small piece of flesh missing from the pinky finger side of (victim's) left hand."

    I've seen the photos of the victim's injuries. If Clay really wants to try to downplay this as much as he seems to be, I'll post the goddamn things, but I want to know either what level of shit that LEO has seen where that injury qualifies as a "small piece of flesh," or who the fuck the LEO is friends with. :no2:
     
  10. CarolineP

    CarolineP Little Dog

    I thought that it seemed the reported injury was just too minor for everyone to be freaking out, had to be worse? I wouldn't mind seeing it.
     
  11. BCdogs

    BCdogs Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    Regardless of the extent of the injuries, the dog still attacked an innocent bystander. That's inexcusable, and the fact that he's trying to downplay the incident is disgusting.
     
  12. CarolineP

    CarolineP Little Dog

    Was Clay near the dog or did Osy like, run across the field or wherever they were and bite this girl? I'm confused on HOW Osy got to this girl? Or where Clay was distance wise?
     
  13. NobodyHere

    NobodyHere Guest

    Who cares if she was standing right next to the dog or half way across the county, or whether or not the owner was even present? IF the dog was a purebred APBT as its owner claims it to be (it is NOT), and IF the dog was well-bred (it is NOT), neither of those things should matter.
     
  14. BCdogs

    BCdogs Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    Yeah, I also don't care where they were, or what the distance was. A stable bull breed dog does not attack someone at ALL.
     
  15. CarolineP

    CarolineP Little Dog

    Oh no it doesn't matter, I was just trying to picture what happened!
     
  16. CrazyK9

    CrazyK9 Good Dog

    I can only speculate as to what kind of distance there was but as an example when they had other dogs out in the field practicing, a few dogs did the scent discrimination exercise within about 10 ft of me. For those unfamiliar with Mondio, it is similar to the retrieve except the handler places an object with his scent in a pile of unscented items and sends the dog out to find and retrieve it. The retrieves, since an item is thrown, were generally not towards people that I saw. So if that were the same case for Osy, it seems like he would have had to go out of his way. In either circumstance, I would guess there was probably more distance from handler and dog than spectator and dog. BUT as others said it doesnt really matter. Theres no reason for a dog to attack a person out there, even the decoy, unless commanded to or because the handler is being threatened.
     
  17. Lillie May

    Lillie May Good Dog

    As everyone else has said it doesn't matter if this was a minor or major bite. I don't care if that poor woman only had a scratch from a tooth. It also doesn't matter if she had been hanging above the dog like a fucking piñata, what part of a well bred APBT should NEVER bite don't you get?

    Also, the link you posted doesn't work and where are the first two pages of the report? Why aren't those questions you have about distance and whatever it is you want to know being asked of him on Facebook? I'd like to know just how he came about magically sending the report to you? I don't know of a single person on here, regardless of what kind of dog we have, who wouldn't put their dog down given the same circumstance. Not one! The very fact he didn't speaks volumes as to his character.
     
  18. ETRaven

    ETRaven Little Dog

    I think he doesn't want to do it bc Osy is heavily titled, not to mention, he'd have to admit to breeding and handling HA dogs.

    However, sometimes it's better to eat a little crow, say you messed up and do the right thing. (code: euth Osy), maybe, just maybe, he'd gain a little respect back.
     
  19. GoingPostal

    GoingPostal Good Dog

    If this guy was a stand up person the dog would be dead, no excuses. That pic floating around that's supposed to be the bite is pretty horrific. Was Osy ever bred?
     
  20. ruben

    ruben Puppy

    No.
     

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