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    Thanks Hy will definately be reading it from start to finish

    I understand Flirt, Yes it is OCD he was (scarily) diagnosed in the first 2 years,. It is also genetic on my side tho neither of us are extreme we both get very distressed if certain things out of order for him we can not get him to do Anything unless it is fixed. and if we get upset then we both have to do certain 'ticks' to help us calm down. He socialises well actually better than most kids his well, he is scarily intelligent. But I am still going to watch hiim for the next few weeks regard less just incase. he has a follow up Doc appointment tomorrow I might mention those concerns with him.

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    As a father of two young boys, one who has similar problems, I really do hope the best for you and your son, dragoncharm, he looks like a good boy, tough and strong, he'll be right

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    Also just cause I am a proud mum a photo of him before yesterday


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    He really is gorgeous Drag0n. Going to be a heartbreaker that one.

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    I have a three year old daughter. do you want to arrange marriage? LMAO
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    BL i was going to say the same thing!!!! lmao

    Here she is!!!! lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drag0ncharm View Post
    No not regularly beaten just because of this event.

    I have just gotten back from the meeting and was a bit surprised.
    There were 2 dogs! a pure staffy bitch who has recenty been de-sexed from an accidental litter of puppies and a Dingo X ridgback X staffy male.
    They are not sure which one did it (makes me even angrier) But I believe after meeting them it was the bitch. when I was first introduced the male did growl at me but after his owner gave the OK he started wagging his tail and putting his head under my hand. I 'GENTLY' tugged on his ears, tail, mouth and gave him a hard scratch. I would happily trust him UNDER SUPERVISION near my son

    The Bitch waas a diffrent story she literally hid in a corner the entire time I was there and while I could pat her and check her teeth she wasw clearly not happy. I believe from meeting her that it was her. her puppies have been rehomed and are 6 months now so not on the same property. She made a point of having to see everyone at all times. I am GUESSING that my boy may have walked up to close in a blind spot, dog felt threatened. I put this scenario to the owner and he agreed it is possible. he kept saying sorry, I think he might still be in shock. He doesn't want to put the dogs down and I understand but I said to him i just don't want an accident like this or worse to happen again. I actually feel sorry for the owner none of it is his fault. he warned my 'friend' to watch my son as the dogs can get a bit rough (pushing and shoving) but he honestly believe his dogs would be fine.
    a staffies have locking jaws that when that got hold of something that lockon to it so more bad the wonde im going to say the cross did
    becluse staffie try not to hirt kids and when that do actack jaws sinking and lock on to the pray and wont let go to its dead
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    Staffy's do not have lockjaw, nor do any other breed of dog, unless they have tetanus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruby mc nugget View Post
    a staffies have locking jaws that when that got hold of something that lockon to it so more bad the wonde im going to say the cross did
    becluse staffie try not to hirt kids and when that do actack jaws sinking and lock on to the pray and wont let go to its dead
    My dog was bitten by an english staffy and both dogs are alive an kicking. As ang said they dont have lock jaw, plus there is not ONE dog that you can be garrenteed wont bite a child. Poodle, bitza or a pittbull I believe they all give the same risk regarding biting.
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    Agreed. My mothers maltese is a child hater, and we know this, so she is locked away when any of my mothers grandchildren are there. she does not attack but she snaps and we wont take any risk with a child with her. Little old lady is 14 and a half now and going strong.

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