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    Default Dogs, kids and stupid parents

    This video was reposted by dog lovers who added comments on the dog's multiple warning signals. Very lucky baby but his parents should not be allowed to have dogs or kids.

    Baby Jumps on Rottweiler - YouTube

    (Sorry laptop broken and cannot embed via the mobile site)

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    Great video! That guy is an absolute douche! I would not be surprised if we end up hearing about that kid getting mauled while the parents look away.

    Not only that, but look at what they are basically teaching the kid, that it is OK to jump on big scary dogs!

    Totally agree, they should not be allowed to have kids or pets.

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    Very scary to think someone stood and allowed that to continue while they took the video. What extraordinary restraint that poor dog displayed!

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    Especially ordering the dog to lie down again to be tortured after he got up and tried to get away. Really unbelievably moronic.

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    WOW......i thought i pushed my luck with my kids and dogs.....but this blows me away. Poor dog and poor kid to have such nieve (spelling?) owners/parents. They probably let the kid play on the highway or in a pool alone aswell.

    Forget the Rottweiler thing.....any breed big or small wont put up with that crap for long.


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    I watched this on Facebook and was horrified.
    I kept waiting for that poor dog to say 'enough'!

    Some people need to be desexed I swear.
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    This video was very sad and extremely disturbing to watch ! A disaster just waiting to happen. That poor dog !

    So what has happened to common sense and respect ?

    Common sense is so rare .jpg

    Stupidity has now become a way of life - no responsibility- no come back for bad behaviour !

    Having a day without stupid .jpg

    So, like 'ChoppaChop' - I wish the following could be achieved !

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    Oh My Gawd...

    How is it that stupid idiots exist in this world... Someone should have jumped on the bloke and gave him a taste of what his dog goes through... And because he thinks its cute that poor dog is probably being subjected to this on a daily basis...

    I for one am praying this is not the case and something has been done to cease this stupidity...
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    Why are stupid people and complete morons attracted to this wonderful breed. It is said that Rottweilers are very tolerant and fond of children, this video proves just that and Rotties are not a dangerous Breed like the Media and some so called "experts" claim.

    This video also proves that it's not the Breed that's the problem, it's the bloody Irresponsible owners who clearly haven't got a clue how to raise a child or dog and I wonder what would have happened if the dog had (rightly so) bitten the child.
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