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    How can she deny what is obvious. From the owner of a snarly dog at the dog park (has never bitten anyone just lots of teeth and noise) I have not been taking Cinnamon to the park because of it and Zoe's mom needs to do the same.
    Karon and Cinnamon

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    Wow that is so scary that the owner would bring her back, and to say she would leash up Zoe if she saw your car!!! How irresponsible!
    Sweet Bella Mia at Zion National Park.

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    Wow, that is a very impressive group of friends that you and HK have at your dog park.

    I know that Oakley is unpredictable around other dogs so she remains leashed or muzzled in unpredictable circumstances. Even still, I wouldn't be stupid enough to take her to a dog park!

    How stupid is that woman???

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    I honestly can't believe the audacity of that woman to not heed the three warnings she has already received about her dog, knowing that the next one will result in her dog being taken away from her and put to DEATH.

    Why she continues to ignore the warnings and insist, SELFISHLY, on taking her dog-aggressive dog to a dog park and risking the safety of other dogs is completely beyond me.

    I just hope and pray that even though she was run off from your dog park, that she doesn't start going to another one, and another dog gets attacked because they don't know the history.

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    can you call the police officer and sign the complaint now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaytris View Post
    can you call the police officer and sign the complaint now?
    DITTO! That would be a good move, to prevent the dog from attacking again.
    Jackie, Champ, and Buddy

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    Zoe-haters. Peh. Tell her to get a pair of big-girl panties and lose the martyr syndrome.

    Unfortunately, I see this kind of attitude all the time. My dog is FINE. The problem is clearly YOUR DOG. And why don't you just LEAVE ME ALONE!

    The thing at the end of the leash could be frothing at the mouth and wild-eyed in fury, and Mom/Dad just toddles along, lah-dah, "Come on home, Cujo. We don't need THEM spoiling our fun...."

    Duh!

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    "Dear George: Remember, no man is a failure who has friends. Thanks for the wings. Love, Clarence" -- IAWL Screenplay (1946)

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