Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Fayetteville, NC
Thanks for the comments. I am not going to make a judgement call on weather the dog is poorly bred. We did enter its home. I can say it was throwing calming signals the whole time; licking its lips, showing the whites of its eyes, growling and teeth were bared.
To Elaine, yes we should have known better, but that is what we always say AFTER a mistake happens.
I have no idea of the toilet seat was up, the dog had about half a bowl of water and that is just going to have to be enough. The owners come home today. We did reach them via text message and explained what happened. By the sound of their reply I don't think they quite understood how scary it was.
Like I said in my original post, I should have seen this coming and felt dumb for it even happening, I just wanted to share our experience. We are very comfortable with dogs but comfort can easily slip into over confidence. That is when you make bad decisions.