[nagdu] close call
sleigland at bresnan.net
Tue Jul 23 22:35:19 UTC 2013
I really don't care what kind of dog people have as long as dogs are
under control. I don't like breed specific legislation because dogs
aren't responsible for the way they are trained people are. We need to
be careful around other dogs with our guides and I hrefuse to live in
fear of a dog attack that may and hopefully never happen. You don't have
to be able to see to undersand what is going on around you.
On 7/23/2013 8:32 AM, Meghan Whalen wrote:
> Some pitbulls are wonderful lovely dogs, most are, in fact...including
> the sweet boy who has his head on my foot right now. Breed specific
> legislation is such a mess. Why not work on addressing the lack of
> training instead of banning a wonderful breed.
> It sounds like the dogs were on leashes. If the individuals are
> homeless, at least they found a way to contain their dogs, even if
> they couldn't afford a traditional leash.
> It sounds like there was a fence between you guys, regardless what
> I'm glad you are okay.
> On 7/23/2013 4:16 AM, Criminal Justice Major Extraordinaire wrote:
>> hi, all,
>> Sub says it all.
>> A couple of hours ago while I was parking Odie in the north yard,
>> five people started walking past us.
>> Two individuals happened to have pit bulls, a breed which is banned
>> in the city and county of Denver.
>> Although the dogs were leashed, it wasn't a proper one as my friend
>> Dolly described that it was more of a rope type leash.
>> Luckily, no one was hurt, but I found it disturbing that those
>> individuals knowing that the pit bull breed is banned would sneak
>> them into the county.
>> The group was obviously homeless or just street individuals.
>> Dolly told me that as soon as she saw the pit bulls, she immediately
>> went back up the stairs in the lobby.
>> My partner Odie did something which I didn't expect.
>> He knew those dogs weren't nice, so figured for mine and his safety,
>> he pulled me over to the other side of the yard.
>> During the incident, one of our residents happened to be outside on
>> the sidewalk with her walker and her small chihuhua, Baby.
>> She was very lucky that our building security guard as out there.
>> Although I did notify Denver police about the illegal dogs, I'll
>> still have to contact Animal Control, giving that this was the second
>> time those two dogs were walked by our apartment complex.
>> Dolly told me she saw them yesterday during lunch hour as well.
>> Am glad the iron fence was in between the banned pit bulls, Odie and I.
>> Dolly told me they were smaller than Odie was, but she was concerned
>> for her dog, Easter's safety.
>> She did mention that one of her dogs was a pit bull, but properly
>> trained to be a well-mannered four-legged furry kid.
>> I just took Odie out a few minutes ago, and we definitely took the
>> garage to the south stairwell on up the stairs and out into the south
>> yard instead.
>> I wasn't chancing going out to the north yard, given that there's no
>> security guards right now.
>> God was watching over Odie and I along with Dale.
>> bibi and son Odie
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