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Thread: Neapolitan bites womans fingertip off

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    *sigh*

    Ever the way .... the dog will pay for the humans lack of common sense.

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    In fairness i realised the dog wasnt a Neo but put it thier to see the reactions. I guess its a similar occurence to that of a pitbull attack. And yeh the tiger comment was absolutely ridiculous.

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    Thats a giant pug not a Bullmastiff !!


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    I actually thought this was not too badly reported.They put in some fair comments from the Ranger, even if they got the dog breed not correct. There has been no further local reporting and I haven't seen the Ranger to ask what is happened to the dog. He is not on the pound list..........Maybe the owner has taken him back. The event was reported because the Accident and Emergency Department has to report evey severe dog bite, it is a legal requirement. Just like knife wounds and gun wounds, even if very minor are reported
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    Ouch, I bet they wont ever put there hands near the bitey end of a dog in a fight in the near future, loosing part of a digit would be a good reminder not to take that path.
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    Quote Originally Posted by newfsie View Post
    I actually thought this was not too badly reported.They put in some fair comments from the Ranger, even if they got the dog breed not correct. There has been no further local reporting and I haven't seen the Ranger to ask what is happened to the dog. He is not on the pound list..........Maybe the owner has taken him back. The event was reported because the Accident and Emergency Department has to report evey severe dog bite, it is a legal requirement. Just like knife wounds and gun wounds, even if very minor are reported

    Aside from misidentifying the breed, which i think shows real laziness from the reporter, i mean we all have google, no Neo looks anything of the sort, the tiger comment was a shocker.

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