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Old 12-06-2017, 01:49 PM
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I'm almost certain that all dogs are to be on a leash when they are outside. It makes sense because not everyone loves dogs the way we do. I read about this on this Forum as it being the law. I did no further investigation I accepted it because it sounded correct. Was you dog on a leash?

I was a chronic bad boy in regard to the rule. I love rules but I knew my dog would obey any command given him by my wife or me. I risked my dog biting someone and financially ruining us. What your situation boils down to as I understand it at this point, if he was off the leash you have no beef, if he was under control of a leash or dog run then these kicking humans suck. Either way I feel bad for the dog and I'm sure he doesn't have a sign around his neck that says "Our dog is very gentle, does not bark and loves both dogs and humans." People have their rights and so do animal's and every story has three sides. Here's to hoping things go smoothly from here on out. I wish the best for you and your pup.
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I don't know why you didn't call the police, that's what they are for. These people broke the law, they even tresspassed to do so. I would call the police today anyway and file a report, do you know which home they live in?
Sadly there is nothing the police can do unless you have the address and/or ID of the scumbag. A photo won't help if you still don't know where he lives or his ID. We cannot expect the cops to knock all the doors to find that guy.

Who knows but maybe they were just visitors and are already gone?
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I'm almost certain that all dogs are to be on a leash when they are outside. It makes sense because not everyone loves dogs the way we do. I read about this on this Forum as it being the law. I did no further investigation I accepted it because it sounded correct. Was you dog on a leash?

I was a chronic bad boy in regard to the rule. I love rules but I knew my dog would obey any command given him by my wife or me. I risked my dog biting someone and financially ruining us. What your situation boils down to as I understand it at this point, if he was off the leash you have no beef, if he was under control of a leash or dog run then these kicking humans suck. Either way I feel bad for the dog and I'm sure he doesn't have a sign around his neck that says "Our dog is very gentle, does not bark and loves both dogs and humans." People have their rights and so do animal's and every story has three sides. Here's to hoping things go smoothly from here on out. I wish the best for you and your pup.
I think Judge Judy would have viewed this differently. I think she would have ruled that as long as the dog was on its own property, with or without leash, and the guy trespassed on its property, the guy would have been at fault. Further the dog was not even barking and was probably just sitting there, thus giving no cause for the guy to feel threatened.
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I think Judge Judy would have viewed this differently. I think she would have ruled that as long as the dog was on its own property, with or without leash, and the guy trespassed on its property, the guy would have been at fault. Further the dog was not even barking and was probably just sitting there, thus giving no cause for the guy to feel threatened.
I agree. We never leash our dog on our property, but always do off our lot. That should be acceptable to everyone.
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Be careful, yesterday my wife took our Sheltie outside about 9 a.m. Our dog watched as a husband and wife walked along the sidewalk on Moyer loop just south of Pine Ridge Pool.
Our dog is very gentle, does not bark and loves both dogs and humans. The man asked my wife to call our dog so he would not be near him and his wife.
The man then proceeded to walk onto our lawn and kick our dog and actually knocked him over. Our dog is 40 lbs. Of course my wife told him off and his reply was "Get it now!, we hate dogs!"
Lucky I was not there, watch out for this couple.
Why did the man ask your wife to call the dog so that he and his wife would not be near him or his wife? did your wife call the dog? did the dog respond? Was the dog on a leash? did the dog try and approach the couple?

I ask this because that statement does not square with the rest of the story. if the man wanted the dog away from them both why would the man walk over to the dog and kick him?

This is not an accusation but an observation

I don't like dogs either but also get angry if they are abused
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How sad, BUT I can promise you..kick my dog, and you will find yourself on the way to the ER room!
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