There was a time when roaming free was allowed. Where leash and cages didn't matter. When people actually tried to know about something before getting involved.
The Rottie issue has just escalated. The Newpaper dedicated up till 5 pages on it and they even kindly included an article of how a HUMAN bit off another HUMAN's ear.... what has that gotta do with it I have NO idea.
The Singh family was also caught out of a lie about their dogs not attacking humans. Now.. not only do we look worst, but they will be public enemy number 1.
What will happen now?
Since everyone is so interested in Rottie attacks... I have here just how ferocious Rotties can get. This video was made with no one getting hurt... I hope!
I was accidentally minding my own business one day when I accidentally tripped over a small little dog in the office. No... I didn't do it on purpose. You can see my tongue sticking out as a little cute "oops" gesture.
That fellow doesn't know anything about why size matters. But I gotta give it to him... He has a big heart.
After the attack, we all took a break together... before causing my Pa's computer screen to crash to the ground. We all got scolded. :(
Click here to see the Defenceless Dog bite BEAR!
Monday, December 03, 2007
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Hehehe, I can't believe what I'm seeing! Bear, you can do it!
Solid Gold Dancer
Hello Bearbear, can i play with you too?
thanks for dropping by Bear's Blog. He would Love to play with you. Put Time Put place ok?
Hi bear !!!!
RED ALERT !! CRISIS !!!
We have got a xmas present for you !!!! But we heard your pa refused to let you collect them alone (without him) as he is afraid that we will lead you astray ..... ***sigh*** (What's your pa thinking about? WE ?? Lead you astray? More the OTHER WAY ROUND :p )
Anyway, my humans will be away till January, so I guess your xmas present have to sit in my house collecting spiderweb .....
Let me know when your pa is back, and willing to let you come meet us ok ?
Just goes to show that there are good and bad in all breeds.
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