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post #21 of 22 (permalink) Old 12-18-2012, 12:07 PM
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I used to think that people who let their dogs run lose were either rude, lazy, non caring, etc...
But one day a few months ago my youngest son left a door open to our house to
go and say hi to a friend, when my dog ran outside...

She ran out barking at another dog...She really looked and sounded scary...
Thank God she just wanted to play and the other leashed dog owners were very kind about it..

So lesson learned.....Accidents can happen and i will not be so judgmental...haha..

Now i keep a few treats just in case...Also i look at it as a learning experience for my dog. Most of the time the 2 dogs are fine and just want to play..

Funny growing up most EVERY family who had a dog used to just let it out to do their business...Most dogs just ran wild..haha..No problems back in the day..

Now we are all horrified when we see a lose dog. haha..
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post #22 of 22 (permalink) Old 12-20-2012, 02:11 PM
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I had something like this happen to me and my GSD maya last week at a petco. I walked in and a small mixed bread dog charged us as soon as we entered the store and maya "answered back" and the lady just about had a hart attack. She looked at me as if were my dog that started it.

It drives me crazy that people let there little breed dog do just about anything it wants to without correction and just think its funny. If we would let our GSD's do the same thing we would be in court definding our dogs life.
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