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Old 04-02-2008, 09:00 AM   #1
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Man beats dog before filing it's teeth

i firmly believe in eye for an eye, so he should be beat and then have HIS teeth filed.



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i firmly believe in eye for an eye, so he should be beat and then have HIS teeth filed.



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Teeth filed is stupid, but beating, well that is all depends on what person you talk to. I have broke my hand on a dog, of course it was because it snapped at me. :dontknow: The teeth filing is cruel though, you just don't do that.
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Old 04-02-2008, 09:08 AM   #3
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Oh helll no...he should be in JAIL for abuse.
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Teeth filed is stupid, but beating, well that is all depends on what person you talk to. I have broke my hand on a dog, of course it was because it snapped at me. :dontknow: The teeth filing is cruel though, you just don't do that.
If you look at proper dog training, striking a dog over and over and then picking him up just to throw the dog on the dog is not a part of the training process. How the **** is a dog suppose to know what they did wrong when you beat him constantly? They only become scared of you. Yea, you just don't strike a dog either, especially in this case, because he got mad that the dog was chewing on stuff. Give attention to your dog, care for them , take them for walks, play with them, etc. and like that won't happen. This man, if you want to even call his ***** that, needs some serious help.
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as a guy with a LOT of training schools under my belt, hitting the animal is not only cruel and stupid, but it sets your training BACK several months. you cannot teach a scared dog anything. chewing? a sign of frustration, boredom, even tension.
I hope he gets prison and -raped for the entire duration.
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If you look at proper dog training, striking a dog over and over and then picking him up just to throw the dog on the dog is not a part of the training process. How the **** is a dog suppose to know what they did wrong when you beat him constantly? They only become scared of you. Yea, you just don't strike a dog either, especially in this case, because he got mad that the dog was chewing on stuff. Give attention to your dog, care for them , take them for walks, play with them, etc. and like that won't happen. This man, if you want to even call his ***** that, needs some serious help.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not condoning his behavior. That guy was in the wrong on this one. I re-read what I said, and it does sound like I was saying what he was doing wasn't beating. I dont know wasn't there. I was meaning that some people would say I'm a dog abuser. I whoop them for three things when they are young. Pottying in the house, getting into the trash, and snapping/biting. Which the last one is the worst one. Same thing with kids these days, whoop them, and you are a child abuser. What I was trying to say, there are people out there that think laying your hand on a dog in an ill manner is abusing. Thats why I was saying the teeth filing is wrong, but the rest you never know how bad it was.

BTW, my lab, which is the one I trained from a puppy, never cowers to me, and is not scared of me in any way. She is well trained and well mannered. As have ALL my dogs in the past.

My golden was raised by my wife with love and affection and is the dumbest cowardly dog I have ever owned.
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Don't get me wrong, I'm not condoning his behavior. That guy was in the wrong on this one. I re-read what I said, and it does sound like I was saying what he was doing wasn't beating. I dont know wasn't there. I was meaning that some people would say I'm a dog abuser. I whoop them for three things when they are young. Pottying in the house, getting into the trash, and snapping/biting. Which the last one is the worst one. Same thing with kids these days, whoop them, and you are a child abuser. What I was trying to say, there are people out there that think laying your hand on a dog in an ill manner is abusing. Thats why I was saying the teeth filing is wrong, but the rest you never know how bad it was.

BTW, my lab, which is the one I trained from a puppy, never cowers to me, and is not scared of me in any way. She is well trained and well mannered. As have ALL my dogs in the past.

My golden was raised by my wife with love and affection and is the dumbest cowardly dog I have ever owned.
All animals work differently. My sister has a lab that was trained as a puppy as well and still knows all his commands but he just so hyper (you can blame the owner). Jesse's dog is also trained and trained well and he uses the same method of training similar to yours but when applied to my dog, we get no response. Lucy is "trained" on a good day but I didn't have her as a puppy. She was abused so when you raise your hand (i.e. petting her head), she will fall to the ground and gets really scared. Point is that abusing your dog in an ill manner is obviously not the right way, hence the words ill manner. I don't think it matters how bad (the dog) really was, especially seeing that the dog stayed still long enough to let the mthrfckr file his teeth to his gums, and then let the man throw him to the ground. That seems like a pretty loyal dog to me, and even the fact that the dog did not react to his actions shows that this dog is use to this kind of treatment.
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All animals work differently. My sister has a lab that was trained as a puppy as well and still knows all his commands but he just so hyper (you can blame the owner). Jesse's dog is also trained and trained well and he uses the same method of training similar to yours but when applied to my dog, we get no response. Lucy is "trained" on a good day but I didn't have her as a puppy. She was abused so when you raise your hand (i.e. petting her head), she will fall to the ground and gets really scared. Point is that abusing your dog in an ill manner is obviously not the right way, hence the words ill manner. I don't think it matters how bad (the dog) really was, especially seeing that the dog stayed still long enough to let the mthrfckr file his teeth to his gums, and then let the man throw him to the ground. That seems like a pretty loyal dog to me, and even the fact that the dog did not react to his actions shows that this dog is use to this kind of treatment.

Well stated. And I agree.
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That dog's a Siberian Husky (I own a female Husky, and so does Squanto). The first thing they tell you about Siberian Huskies is that they are escape artists and they have a deeply ingrained need to wander, and run off. But they are very affectionate dogs, and extremely intelligent. They can be very ingenius at finding ways to escape. My dog, Beta, has escaped 3x (when I've had guests come over), by sneaking out the front door as soon as she finds the opportunity (she's like a cat!). The 1st 2 times, I had to chase her for almost an hour, before cornering her, and bringing her back. The 3rd time, I chased her around for over an hour, but had no clue which way she ran off in the first place. I went back home, only to find her waiting by my garage door!!

Anyway, my point is that this is the nature of this breed. This scumbag filed his dog's teeth for something inherant in the dog's nature. This guy's obviously a st^pid a$$hole, and it's too bad such a great family dog had to suffer from his ownership.
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Lets file his teeth then lock him up for a long as time.
What a shmuck. I can never believe it when people treat their pets this way.
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Unfortunately, we have the 8th amendment.:/:
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