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On Judge Judy yesterday...

Discussion in 'Dogs - Pit bull breeds specific' started by Angie, Dec 8, 2004.

  1. Angie

    Angie New Member

    Anybody see Judge Judy yesterday?

    A woman was sueing (sp?) a man because his Pit Bull/Boston Terrier mix bit her daughter.

    The idiot got the dog at a year and a half old AND WAS TOLD that the dog was 'skiddish' around kids. A year later (I think), he brings his two dogs with him to a picnic, at a park, OFF LEASH. The Pit Bull/Boston Terrier mix bit the little girl on the lip and she had to get 15 stitches. And the moron was trying to say it was the little girls fault. Which he WAS assuming because when he told the story, he said he didn't know which dog bit her. (So he wasnt paying attention.)
    I think the dog was abused by kids before he got it, and he knew about it. He told the judge that he knew. So why bring a dog like that to a park, unleashed?

    The woman got $4,000
     
  2. Sara

    Sara New Member

    Dogs should never be at a park unleashed no matter what their past or breed is... Dog Parks are an exception to that rule but other than that in public I beleive all dogs should be leashed... I was and am afraid of dogs as a child etc...and a dog OFF leash is asking for fear from the public period and I want my dogs to be legal etc. so I do all I can to make sure the "public" feels as safe as I can make them feel around my dogs. JMO
     
  3. Angie

    Angie New Member

    Right, well, we bring our dogs to the Lakefront BUT they are ALWAYS leashed.
     
  4. Samsintentions

    Samsintentions New Member

    I agree... and what moron brings a "Skittish" dog to a park off leash in the first place? I mean, if the dog got scared and ran off, do you honestly think he could catch it??? Ugh.....morons...
     
  5. MaxKellyAST

    MaxKellyAST New Member

    Did anyone see the "Fear Factor" this week that had the protection dogs.
    It was intense!
     
  6. juice1348

    juice1348 New Member

    that was nuts....it had a Black Shepard then two Cane Corsos. the 2nd cane corso was enormous. Beautiful dogs though.
     
  7. MaxKellyAST

    MaxKellyAST New Member

    OK, For those who didnt see it....
    Run From point A to point B (about 15 ft apart) Grab a three packages one at a time from point A, run back and put them in another box at point B.

    Catch,
    You are wearing one of those protecion suits that the guys use to train protection dogs. About halfway to point A the first dog, a shepard about 70 lbs, is released on you. Drag your body and box back to point B with a dog attacking you. Box 2, same thing only Dog 2 is about a 100lb bandog!
    Box 3, Same thing only they get this 140 lb bad to the bone bandog looking thing to attack you!!

    I would guess that the 140 lb dog is as strong as a 200lb man and the suit is of little conselation as the poor fools are cringing in pain.
     
  8. Tori

    Tori New Member

    :cry: About 10 years ago my sister use to work for a cleaning company. She went to this ladies house to clean,they had a Rottie,she bent down to pet the dog,and the dog bit her in the face.Tore her lips apart,my sister had to have plastic surgery done on her lips.She still has the scar.She's scared to death of dogs now. :cry:

    It's the owners fault,that dog should've been crated while Darlene was there cleaning.She got 7000 for what happened.
     
  9. Angie

    Angie New Member

  10. MaxKellyAST

    MaxKellyAST New Member

    Some people want to mask or hide the fact that dogs do protection work and the need and sport is alive and well, as well as the dogs who excell at this work. Then again maybe im just a dumbed down american.

    I liked Sara's comments! :y_the_best:
     
  11. Angie

    Angie New Member

    MaxKellyAST, I think Jamiya was talking about 'reality' shows.

     
  12. MaxKellyAST

    MaxKellyAST New Member

    I know, I just like to Spin... It makes the forums more fun and brings people out...LOL
    I see both sides of the coin.
     
  13. Angie

    Angie New Member

    Even though I do watch some 'reality' tv shows, I didn't take it personal.
    Thats her opinion. Everybody has their own.

    :D
     
  14. MyPetTherapyDog

    MyPetTherapyDog New Member

    I sat and watched Judge Judy's show. The owner was a complete idiot. He had no right bringing the dog to the picnic. It just shows how irresponsible he was.
     
  15. my dog bit me on the lip ended up have only 4 stiches though, but i have a scar on my lip, but me and Brittney (my dog) are closer than ever now, and she hasnt changed a bit! lol

    onto Judge Judy thing! what an idot! lol, i wouldnt feel right with having any of my dogs off leash! lol
     

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