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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    What breed did the attacking?
    They are staffies. Ipersonally love the breed my aunty and uncle are registered breeders and their dogs are beautiful, but the ones that live behind us are not so nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    big sigh..............
    I know thats why I am sad that I have to report them because I know what could happen to them. They already have a bad name yet most are wonderful dogs.

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    dogmad, in this scenario what breed the dogs are is really not the issue, yes it's sad that yet again idiot owners are just adding to this particular breed bad rep, BUT what if one of your elderly neighbours had tried to break up the fight and been badly injured? What if they get into someone's yard and there's a child playing out there with it's toys?

    If the owners will not take responsibility for their animals by ensuring they are contained in a secure back yard, then they need to be reported. It sounds like those dogs don't have much of a life as it is, yes we can feel sorry for them, but if something isn't done - next time...and there WILL be a next time...it could be much much worse than what happened to your neighbours poor dog.

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    The owners of the dogs just came to our neighbours house and said that they want the money back that they paid for Beamer's vet care as they believe it couldn't possibly be their dog that did that, yet their dog pulled the fence apart and got into our neighbours yard. Something really must get done about this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreysAreGreat View Post
    dogmad, in this scenario what breed the dogs are is really not the issue, yes it's sad that yet again idiot owners are just adding to this particular breed bad rep, BUT what if one of your elderly neighbours had tried to break up the fight and been badly injured? What if they get into someone's yard and there's a child playing out there with it's toys?

    If the owners will not take responsibility for their animals by ensuring they are contained in a secure back yard, then they need to be reported. It sounds like those dogs don't have much of a life as it is, yes we can feel sorry for them, but if something isn't done - next time...and there WILL be a next time...it could be much much worse than what happened to your neighbours poor dog.
    I know thats why I am going to report it I have my 2year old cousin here 3 days a week and now I am scared to let him in the backyard because I am worried one of the dogs will get to him. Can't do much over the weekend so first thing monday I will be lodging a complaint against them.

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    Its a shame that dogs get disowned,confiscated or ultimately PTS because of incompetent owners. Its not their fault that they were raised poorly but they pay the price.
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