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Old 03-24-2011, 09:30 PM   #41
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lol.. it was an accident, i doubt the guy that owns the dog said.. " listen scruffy, go out and make the next guy on a bike you see fall down" at least he wasn't hurt. if they guy says it's not his dog, just say ok, then take pictures of the guy with the dog. if you already told people this happens all the time, that means you KNEW the dog was always out of the house, or his yard, and did this alot and you never went and talked to the owner. that kinda actually takes some of the pressure off the guy that owns it, shoulda called animal control the first time it chased you.
There is multiple reports on the dog, If the dog doesn't bite or isnt considered a dangerous dog they wont come out. The city has more important things to do . ... not that I would know.
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Old 03-27-2011, 05:51 PM   #42
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just my .02 >> if you perceive that there may be an instance of dog/child/etc coming from behind a vehicle/obstacle, don't go past walking speed. Neighborhoods are dangerous, sometimes even 20 mph can be too fast.
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Old 03-27-2011, 08:47 PM   #43
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My neighbors chihuaha has been digging under my fence and in my yard. Well, my 2 Rottweilers didn't find it too amusing and used it as a squeak toy. Luckily, my wife was close and got the thing away from them before it got too jacked up. I have to give it to the little , after having broken ribs, punctured lung, dislocated (both) front legs and multiple bite punctures, he was back up and walking the next day.
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