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    That's awesome news.

    I've had my ear out for a few days waiting to hear this news.

    Thanks.

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    Oh jeez Ive only just heard, That is absolutely terrible what happened! Im glad shes feeling better!

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    Hi everyone!

    Thought i would update.

    Lizzies bandages came off, and her tail was smaller than the bandages made her tail look =(

    but i love her anyway. =) =)

    attached is picture of her tail.
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    That's awesome!


    Aww look at that gorgeous tail

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minibulls mum View Post
    Sorry to hear what happened to you, you can and should report next time it may be an old persons only companion and it may get killed or the owner may get hurt trying to break it up.
    Kids under 18 are not allowed to be in control of dogs anywhere, and as said, the muzzle should have been on the dog if they had it with them it has been on the dog for a reason, if you are in QLD they are in for one heck of a fine if caught, your dog being loose at the time does not in any way excuse their dog's behaviour.
    Unless your dog started the fight.

    Guard dogs should no more attack without reason than a family pet should, I know plenty of guard dogs who would never start a dog fight nor bite a human without very good cause.

    Should anything happen like that to you again get your vet to take a DNA swab of the saliva of the attacking dog/s off your dogs coat, it can be stored and sent in for matching if a suspect is located, your council can do this, and should do this, but if they are slack you can get your vet to do it, all you do is swab any spit left on the dog with cotton wool bud if you are on your own or not near a vet, do it yourself, do not touch the swabbed end and store safely, it is better for council to do it as it could not then be argued against as perhaps being tainted in any way.

    Hope your little dog recovers ok

    Hi hi, i should of. But at the time my concern was getting my little dog to the vet.

    I asked my partner to get the details, but he told me it was my dogs fault. (Because she ran off her lead) The whole event has just made me angry inside.
    At the time i wanted there details because the i assumed the bill to fix my dog was going to be expensive, his family being dog lovers didnt want to put the other dog down, and again said it was lizzie's fault for running near a big dog.

    I now know it is only my dogs fault if she attacks first

    Now that i know the dog biting laws a little better, i will not be pressured to drop the issue (at the time i was very emotional)

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