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I was so scared..

Friday, September 14, 2012

My dogs were with me one day and, I decided to go down the street that I never walk on, my own street. I regret it. Just 6 houses down out of nowhere a dog attacked my dog. I picked up the little one and, then the dog bite my german pointer on her ear and behind it. It was so scary for me...she was just whining and, crying. She had gone around me with the leash and, almost tripped me. I let go of leash and, then grabbed it and we went running around the other way. I thought the dog was following us. I ran home crying and, I came to get my Son. We went down and rang the door bell but, no answer. They also did not open the door for animal control.
So, I think they are going to get a ticket. We spent close to $100.00 for
medications and, spray and pads for our dog. We don't know if the dog has his shots. emoticon


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GABIBEAR 9/24/2012 1:44AM

    Oh my God, I am so sorry. I would have been so scared too. I love my doggie so much and would not like to ever experience that. How are they doing? I hope they are feeling better! emoticon

Hugs and kisses to you and your babies.

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LARKSONGRUTH 9/18/2012 12:12AM

    So sorry. There is a house down our street where they also let the dog out in front without a leash form time to time. So far we have been lucky enough to get clear, but it is not a good feeling to have an angry, barking dog free like that. I hope your dog heals quickly.

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NANCYHOME247 9/15/2012 9:57AM

    My heart pounded, reading your account. Since I also walk my Cavalier spaniels daily, this is an ever-present concern for me, too. While the physical wounds will heal with the meds, it's the emotional trauma you both went through that will take forever, IF ever, to heal.

So keep your "spark" lit and stay determined to get the law to act on the irresponsible pet owners, and make sure that dog stays secured so it can't harm anyone--2-footed AND 4-footed--again.

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MOTLEM 9/15/2012 3:30AM

    Oh that was awful reading your blog. How scary for you and your dogs.

So sorry and hope your fella get's better and you get some satisfaction from the horrid people up your street.

It may pay not to walk that way ever again. Certainly enough to put you off, eh.

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HDHAWK 9/14/2012 9:33PM

    I'm glad your dog wasn't hurt worse. If people are going to have pets they need to take care of them. I hope animal control keeps knocking on their door until they answer.

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PURPLESPEDCOW 9/14/2012 8:22PM

    Hope your pups get well soon and never walk that way again!

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SILLYLILME 9/14/2012 6:51PM

  Oh no your poor babies!! And you too! Shame on them for letting their dog roam like that. I have been through a similar situation so I know the terror you feel trying to protect yourself and your babies.
I know it sucks to have to carry extra stuff when walking the pups but I always carry pepper spray with me now. Hope they are feeling better real soon!

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