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    Domain Addict / Formerly known as elbowcreek Thomas A. Rice's Avatar
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    So, I drop my kid off at the bus stop for school, and, as I drive back into my drive way, I see the killer dog - the one that attacked me - pulling my trash cans over and ripping open my trash.

    Only THIS time, I am not unarmed: I've got a 1,500 pound, sleek black turbo-engined weapon wrapped all around me.

    You shoulda seen me, as the false dawn gently pushes back the calm, loving mist to expose Mad Max peeling through his yard trying to run down Cujo, all the while yelling expletives out the window and wishing the dog was just 2 MPH slower.

    Almost had him, but perhaps he got the message anyway: stay away from the crazy psycho guy in the gray house!
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by elbowcreek:
    Almost had him, but perhaps he got the message anyway: stay away from the crazy psycho guy in the gray house! <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Watch out EC, it could be other way round. Animals have good sense of proctecting themselves and wait for their pray to be unarmed . Now you dont want to be found unarmed face to face to that dog. If you do my advice to you is just run for your life................. or never again park your car more than 5 feet from your door step........
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    I thought the dog was caught?

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    I agree with ahmar. Don't go after the dog unless you can finish him off. Otherwise you have just escalated the situtation and he is going to be waiting for you.

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    Mace?
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    Mace or dog warden, photo the dog in your garbage and call the authorities. When the owner has to pay a fine to get him back, he may be more careful.
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    Dogs lives are run in a hierarchal system, like wolves. Every dog and human is assigned a number. #1 is the top dog/human.

    Part of socialising a dog is to assign it a number lower than all humans in the house, and any friendly humans that the dog meets. And then remind the dog every once in a while what it's number is.

    This dog thinks it's number is higher up the chain than yours. Your chase scene made it aware that you think the opposite. The next time you meet, it might want to prove number hierarchy.

    One things dogs hate, and remember well, is humiliation. Humiliation is being beaten in a dog fight. Humiliation is smelling of cat pee.

    If you can't borrow a BIG TOUGH KICK-ARSE DOG from a friend to let out of the house when the other dog comes around - so they can argue their numbers between them, and you can't seem to get the hang of collecting cat pee, I recommend you collect your own pee, and set up a system so that the dog gets soaked in it, and thus every other dog in the neighbourhood finds out what a pussy it is.

    Remember - public humiliation is the key to dominating a dog :^)

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    Your up against a dog those obviously adept at plotting it's next victim



    Buy him a horney dog companion
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    Elbowcreek, you should have reported this dog a long time ago. If this dog ever attacks your kids you will never forgive yourself. Take action.

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by EcomCity.com:
    Your up against a dog those obviously adept at plotting it's next victim

    http://www.get-in2.com/charlie/ani_dog_thinkin.gif http://www.get-in2.com/charlie/grrr.jpg

    Buy him a horney dog companion <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
    LOL, Mike is that your horney face

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    Just ask Mike for the contact to any Ad-Whore he knows and I bet, at least one of them will have a female dog with a itching VD.

    Borrow one ***** with a itching VD from one of those Ad-Whore's and tie down that ***** to your property with a 50 feet rope so she can move around your front entrance.

    I bet that the next time that dog go near your house, he will first try to hump the Ad-Whore pet and after he do that, he will no longer be interested in going near your house again, he will be too busy scratching himself off the pain.

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