Right thing for owner?\
Ok on New Years Eve of 2011 I was at the dog park and Dante the German shepherd long before I started walking him then tried to run out of the dog park. I think this is how it all started for me to walk Dante today! The owner is elderly and is on the other side of the dog park. I was concerned that Dante was going to run out of the dog park and saved him like twice we was completely out of the dog park on a path but I stopped him. The next time he was walking over in the same direction exiting as if he can't find his owner. So I put him on a leash and walked him back. Owner thanked me greatly and I told other people and they all said I did the right thing. All but three people I know from the dog park said, "That was none of your business." I'm like if one of your dogs ran out of the dog park you would want anybody to stop the dog. I don't believe in none of your business stuff cause it will make you guilty and regret does not feel right.
If a dog is in trouble or anybody help them if you don't and have that "it's none of business" attitude again just end up guilty and regret. Makes me feel self-centered caring only about your business only. Not much good will come in life for those people. After what they said I kind of lost respect for them not hanging around with them as much as I used to. Actually, they all say that Dante's owner is wacko or crazy but their wrong. She's a really nice person just elder that's all. Even Lobo's owner told them that, "I think that it's great that he keeps watchful eyes on the dogs. He did the right thing." Other person did not agree those two are friends. This was a long time ago so I'm over it now just something to share.
Kona (Godfather) 2000-2011 only new him for
Lobo (heart dog best friend love equally to Riley)
Dante (best loyal buddy true heart dog) 2008-
Nico (Godmother heart dog)
Riley (Labradoodle best heart dog bff)