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My Pit Bull story for the day

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by itisbruno, Mar 6, 2010.

  1. itisbruno

    itisbruno Devious Member CLM

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    Ok, so there I was, loadin the Pathfinder up, fixin to take Dieter out to track.

    I turn around, and OH MY GAWD, there is a PIT BULL in mah yard.

    :scared:

    I whistle, pat my leg, and call the dog over. He runs up to me and jumps on me.

    I pat him on the head, he hops to the ground, and I continue petting him.

    Here comes some teenager running up yelling "don't worry mister, he doesn't bite, he just got out of the yard. The kid grabs the animal by the collar and starts walking him home.

    I said hey kid, where is your lead? He didn't have one, so I asked if he wanted to borrow mine. He said sure, and I asked he bring it back once he got the animal home, he agreed.

    45 minutes go by and no lead, and I'm waiting to work my dog. I walk up the street, and see the Pitt chained to the front porch on a 4' chain, with poop all over the porch.

    I pound on the door, kid answwes the door, and says here is your lead. I said "I thought you were going to return it," to which he answers "I was".

    Try to be nice to someone, and they just say screw you.

    Sorry this was a pit bull owner story, and I didn't get mauled by the animal like some were hoping.

    People can be jerks.
     
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  2. madAB

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    That is frustrating.

    A guy just brought a "new to him" Am staff to our training group this morning. It's a nice dog, good bark but, he shakes the crap out of the tug. In fact, he gave himself a bloody nose from the tug hitting him in the face.
     

  3. wolf19r

    wolf19r Problem Solved!

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    Some people just take others kindness for granted. Its a sad truth that more people don't try and help their fellow neighbors out.
     
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    You better go change your shirt. If the dog was walking around in his own doody and then jumped on you. :wow: :shocked: :supergrin: :rofl:
     
  5. itisbruno

    itisbruno Devious Member CLM

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    Great advice!!

    Thanks for point out the obvious, I didn't even think of that ...


    EEEWWWWWWWW
     
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    I saw a pitbull yesterday on the side of the road eating a dead dog......:dunno:
     
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    I saw a pit bull this morning laying teats up on my bedroom floor. But that's just how she sleeps. Snores like hell, too. :)
     
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    personally if the conditions were that bad i wouldnt feel bad calling a rescue group or animal control ..

    sounds like a great dog with a bad owner ..

    as many cases are
     
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    itisbruno Devious Member CLM

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    I can't base the animals treatment on one observation, but noe I'll be keeping an eye on it, and if it spends its day on a short chain, I will call.
     
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    You can tell lots about people by how they treat their animals. I recently saw a pit and a unicorn bouncing around : )
     
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    I have a pit bull and she is the sweetest dog I've ever owned. I do hope one day to have a unicorn, too...they piss rainbows and crap happiness!
     
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    It appeared to be eating it's brains or face........There were no unicorns around though......:shocked:
     
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    Mine does that too. If she didn't make such a fine damn dinner I'd divorce her.:supergrin:
     
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    glockrod NRA-Endow. Life

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    One mauled a lady(that was a friend of my mothers) and her husband 2 days ago. Lady died. Owner claims it was a peaceful dog.

    Good luck with your friendly neighborhood PB!!!

    Rod
     
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    :highfive:
     
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    I think the main point was missed. What the dog was trying to say was:

    Please take me home because the moron that owns me leaves me in my own crap and truthfully, I'm thinkin' of biting his face off. :rofl:

    I write this as my pit lays sleeping on her part of the couch. She doesn't sleep teats up but man she does snore.
     
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    Berto woo woo

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    Good on you for showing the dog some love, many owners of those dogs don't.
    Sounds like the owner could use some education on being a dog owner.

    My pit just home from the dog park in Redmond. He's pretty sacked-out.
     
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    I always have a bad encounter with a Pit bull. She licks my face every morning until I am awake!

    Stupid kid! He probably thinks he is cool because he has a Pit Bull with a heavy chain chained to his front yard (his parents are just as bad and responsible). These people give the breed a bad name.
     
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    It would be fun to run the owner and dog through an IQ test and see who came out on top.
     
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    Would hate to see that dog a year from now. I agree that it is the owner and not the dog...from this story this owner doesn't seem like he is ready for the responsibility...