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Old 01-08-2013, 08:16 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Thanks for all the well wishes! Pepper is back to her old self but unfortunately the dog is right next door barking constantly which of course goes through the walls of our house. So she's a little scared in her own house sadly. The HOA doesn't seem to want to write back a response and I left them a message. It's just a matter of time before that side gate is left open or someone there forgets to close it all the way and the dog will be free. It'll happen. Just hope I'm not the one around when it does. I'm afraid to even let my daughter play out front as she usually does. We don't have a sense of the freedom anymore. I wish I was a lawyer and could contact the homeowners insurance company to see if Pit Bulls are covered under his rental policy. I'd like to contact him too! This sucks that Pepper is jumpy in her own house and as is my daughter. She saw what happened to Pepper and she alludes to it maybe happening to her. What kind of life is that as WE the homeowners have to be cautious of what our neighboor is doing?
It's so unfair. I hope it was a one time thing that started a bad first impression and your neighbour ends up being decent... it's not fun when you have to watch out for your neighbours. I'm very fortunate my neighbours are all pretty good.
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Old 01-08-2013, 08:33 PM   #32 (permalink)
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pits are not inherently dog aggressive I grew up owning pit bulls and its all about early socialization and training they can be the sweetest dogs and you can't blame a dog for irresponsible owners.
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I just read on another thread you saying that you've bred over ten litters of boxers. That explains EVERYTHING.
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No we wouldn't go hug it and be best friends with it Duh... But it certainly is not the dogs fault. The owner made him the way he is. I would definitely have a talk with the owner though.


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Old 01-08-2013, 09:25 PM   #34 (permalink)
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I am relieved Pepper, and you are doing okay after that traumatic experience. Don't let her get her confidence down over this. She did great running like speedy Gonzalez I hope HOA responds soon


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Wow, sorry to hear about pepper. I also own a pit and he is the best dog I have had in my life! It is about the owner and always having them on a leash. A lot of pits are dog aggressive if they haven't been around other dogs in their life. My Pitt loves our cat and my little terrier I have. I have had my boxer Isabel for a month and they are best friends. She is only 3 months old.Attachment 23057


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Not to hijack the thread or anything but your picture makes them look like they've just had an argument and are in that awkward moment where they have to agree to disagree. lol
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Listen, this morning on our morning walk, A little piece of Shitz tzu came lunging at my 2 Boxers out of a bush, crazy psycho barking. It's owner tied it up with a Flexi leash. My girl almost made Shitz sushi out of it! I would hate to think that had Gracie destroyed this crazy yappy dog, her owner would go about having my dog put down and have Gracie listed aggressive. IT REALLY IS ABOUT RESPONSIBLE PET OWNERSHIP & COMMON SENSE. Keep your dogs on a leash AND not an unlocked Flexi leash
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Lmao!!!! Shitz sushi!!!!! On gosh that's the funniest thing I've heard all year. (Hehe bc it's just begun lol) oh goodness if I had a diary I would write it in there HA! :'D


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shitz sushi...thatis funny. I don't like those flexi leashes. I took Maggie & Patch to the vet for check ups the one time (years ago in VA) & some girl had her happy little dog on one. While I opened the door & went in cat carrier first. The girl watched her yapper go right to the carrier & do nothing. So...I shoved the door with my hip & let Maggie in. You should of seen how quickly she pulled that yapper back. Maggie would lay in front of Patch's carrier at the vet to protect her.
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Hope pepper is doing better forutnatly we haven't had dog aggressive dogs as neighbors the hoa should do something and pitts are what their owners make them I. Have knowen the sweetest ones and the most horrid ones all in how they are raised and trained they are such a villinised breed which is sad when it is the owners faults glad you were there to protect her from disaster and glad her training kicked in when it was crucial u can petition the home owner to pay the vet bills and do something about the renter controling their dog
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