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    Sausages....dogs...thegent...wingman

    Sounds like fun by the seaside.

    That's The Way To Do It!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    ‘Giant’ showed that he still loves and can remember Mr. Wisit’s wife by wagging his tail and showing signs of happiness, letting relatives pet and play with him. Mr. Wisit’s relatives stated they still care for ‘Giant and have forgiven the dog for the incident.” Suksa told local Thai media.
    That's just fucked up. TIT I guess.

    Yet still, fucked up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by russellsimpson View Post
    That's just fucked up. TIT I guess.

    Yet still, fucked up.
    What would you have done differently? Give the dog the stink eye? growl at him? form your hands in the sign of a cross and hiss at him

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    What would you have done differently? Give the dog the stink eye? growl at him? form your hands in the sign of a cross and hiss at him
    Having it put down for killing your husband would be the most obvious choice.

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    A summary execution would have been most appropriate imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pickel View Post
    Having it put down for killing your husband would be the most obvious choice.
    If there was something wrong with the dog, sure . but this has not been established yet, Has it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    If there was something wrong with the dog, sure . but this has not been established yet, Has it?
    I find it very wrong when a dog attack and kill a human.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    If there was something wrong with the dog, sure . but this has not been established yet, Has it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pickel View Post
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    Absolutely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    My doughtier has two dogs, A long hair Dachshund and Pitbull ,Sar-pei mix. The tiny Dachshund Dominates the Pitbull . even though she could have it for a snack. They are both wonderful dogs.
    The Pitbull is solid mussel, and has no idea how big she is . she gets sad that Coco the dachshund can sit on our lap and she cant, she looks at me with those sad eyes and I feel so sorry for her I let her. She could not be happier sitting in my lap. She would not hurt a fly in our family. I feel sorry for anyone that would try to hurt us though.
    I don't know what happened in this story, it could be that the owner was perfectly good, and something extraordinary happen. or maybe , and even , unintentionally , thinking he was doing the right thing, mistreated the animal.
    My only experience with Pitbulls is Raley so I cant generalize. But Raley is the most gentle dog I ever met.
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    The only rule I have when handling my killer dog is never touch his food when he is eating and never bend down to his head level when handling him.

    Always tower above him and never show fear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    I find it very wrong when a dog attack and kill a human.
    It is certainly wrong when anyone kills anyone else be it human , dog, or any other species . but I an sure that some times it is accidental, or justified, in fact there is a legal term for it, Justifiable homicide
    Some have immediately without thought said. "Summary execution" yet they would be singing a different tune if they killed someone accidently or for justifiable reasons and there was a call for their skin. .
    The truth of the mater is that none of us really knows the why this dog did what it did, It could be that there is something wrong with the dog, in which case the dog needs to be put down, or it could be that the dog was either intentional or unintentionally mistreated and reacted in accordance with its nature, in which case it will be wrong to kill it.
    And that's the last thing I am going to say on the subject, because if what I just said above can not be understood there is nothing more I can say that will be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
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