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Old 10-04-2019, 01:00 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Well that is a little odd?? But you did help her to find a suitable home in the end. And that is all that really matters, you did good!

Yeah I'd consider an older dog. But we have four cats and I am tired of rehabbing "cat chasing dogs." But it's not the dogs it's the cats!! The dog (Bella) this time is fine but two out of the four cats are complete uh ... "tools!" They eye ball her and like to block her path all the time!

Move CAT, is something I have to say uh daily??? The other two treat her like she has always been here! But the other two large blk males ... won't let the pass go!! She scared the crap out of them once what 10 months ago and she they won't let it go!!! I can rehab dogs ... but not much luck with the cats???

And of course we are praying for your boy ... we hope it goes well. That has to be nerve racking!
You gotta keep those kids in line!

Thanks- I'll take all the prayers, good vibes, thoughts I can get right now. We should know more in about 4 hours. Luckily work is crazy busy so that keeps my mind off of it for a bit. He's such a sweet happy boy. Logically I know we have to see what we are dealing with and we will do the best we can from there. I'm trying to focus on that fact that we don't know, so it may be nothing serious and tell my mind to stop and shut-up when I start thinking....but what if....

I'll let y'all know what we find out.
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Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers that everything turns out alright!
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So- update on Tundra- not to steal this thread...
the vet said neither bump is concerning to her. We will watch them and we can have them removed when we do his dental cleaning in 3-4 months. If they grow, we will remove them sooner. We don't want to put him under more than we have to and we have to get a little weight off of him too.
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So- update on Tundra- not to steal this thread...
the vet said neither bump is concerning to her. We will watch them and we can have them removed when we do his dental cleaning in 3-4 months. If they grow, we will remove them sooner. We don't want to put him under more than we have to and we have to get a little weight off of him too.
Yesssssssssssss this is brilliant news!

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So- update on Tundra- not to steal this thread...
the vet said neither bump is concerning to her. We will watch them and we can have them removed when we do his dental cleaning in 3-4 months. If they grow, we will remove them sooner. We don't want to put him under more than we have to and we have to get a little weight off of him too.
That is great to hear!
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I am so glad for Tundra !
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I have kicked another dog before in defense of my dog. I'm not sure if it was a stray, or it was just off leash, but in an early morning walk it attacked our old Bichon. It wandered out of in between 2 houses in a stalking stance and attacked poor little Margaux. Margaux is a sweet little girl who doesn't have a bad bone in her body and was terrified. I kicked it hard and it kept coming. Had to scoop up Margaux, kick the attacking dog hard again, and beat a hasty retreat. Would do it again in a heartbeat.
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I have kicked another dog before in defense of my dog. I'm not sure if it was a stray, or it was just off leash, but in an early morning walk it attacked our old Bichon. It wandered out of in between 2 houses in a stalking stance and attacked poor little Margaux. Margaux is a sweet little girl who doesn't have a bad bone in her body and was terrified. I kicked it hard and it kept coming. Had to scoop up Margaux, kick the attacking dog hard again, and beat a hasty retreat. Would do it again in a heartbeat.
Well first, I want to say "Sorry that happened!" And by and large for the most part, on Dog Boards as a general rule, owners don't get grief for protecting there dogs ... no matter what it takes!!

On GSDFORUM, we had a couple of "wild owners!" I'm talking "Ice Picks and Guns!!" Now I don't know, if they ever resorted to that?? But they were willing to if required!! Now that ... is pretty hard core ... "I must say!"
But you know whatever it takes to protect "my dog" is how I roll! So I for one will never point fingers at anyone for protecting there dog! Cuz you know ... "Crap Happens!" And if you have "nothing at hand" which is a mistake, then your feet are your best option! Stray dog "encounter's" can happen "Blindingly Quick!!"

But the first part of an "effective" defense is SA. (Situational Awareness) and you showed that cuz, you saw where the dog came from! And if you deem the dog is coming with entente to do harm?? Then next comes .. where is my dog (Positioning) and (for me) can I shield him first?? And that is "SOP," for me (Assuming enough time ie step in front) but we are talking ... tenths of seconds here!

But for that to work your dog needs to be close, if you hope to shield him! To far in front or in my case once with Rocky (MAD Lab encounter) to far behind (and I am talking about being one or two feet out of position for me, in that case!) The one and only tool, Walking Stick (Properly used ) is the only thing short of a Gun, that could have prevented that particular attack!

So it's just details here (kinda what I do) but nonetheless, you did great!! Little Dogs are a special case, cuz if a much bigger dog comes hard at them with "entente" to do harm?? Your not talking a "Dog Fight," your talking life or Death for your dog!!!

That would most certainly add "extra stress!!" And I'll have to say, if you had to strike the dog twice?? That is a pretty "hard core case!" So yeah you did good!
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I have kicked another dog before in defense of my dog. I'm not sure if it was a stray, or it was just off leash, but in an early morning walk it attacked our old Bichon. It wandered out of in between 2 houses in a stalking stance and attacked poor little Margaux. Margaux is a sweet little girl who doesn't have a bad bone in her body and was terrified. I kicked it hard and it kept coming. Had to scoop up Margaux, kick the attacking dog hard again, and beat a hasty retreat. Would do it again in a heartbeat.
You probably saved your dogs life!

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