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    Our dogs are near kids all the time and have been socialised well and truly with all ages, but I would never leave a child alone with any of the animals (not saying these little ones were), including the cats I have two cousins who are deathly scared of cats :/ Dogs and cats are animals and under the right conditions they can snap , shame it is normally the little ones that find that out before the owners do and I hope the two little ones involved recover fully and have no lasting effects.

    I got a good nip from Zeke the other day when I touched his paw before realising he had ripped his nail out, my own stupid fault yep should have been more gentle when I noticed the limping, considering he shows very little pain. I am glad that wasn't a child though.
    ALL kittens are devil spawn wrapped in cuteness!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rid**** View Post
    Totally see what you are saying.
    I think people wait and pray that it is alway one of that breed as much as they hate to hear about it.
    But whenb it does happenb they just want the bull discription put in so they can go to town on it once again.
    What a load of sh*t. I think everyones priority is the well being of the victim.
    The same crap could be said about PB owners praying that it wasnt a PB type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    What a load of sh*t. I think everyones priority is the well being of the victim.
    The same crap could be said about PB owners praying that it wasnt a PB type.
    We don't need to pray it isn't a PB type. They fact that they haven't reported it as a PB type means is definitely wasn't one, they would have been all over it already if it looked PB or fit the "standard". We always know if a PB is going to be blamed or not because it is always in the very first article about the attack, unlike these 2 attacks where breed hasn't been reported at all.

    Both such young children, I really hope they come out of it with no emotional/mental scarring from these incidents.

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    Read whatever you want into K&P like you always do but my statement was in response to the ridiculous notion that people are sitting around praying for it to be a PB.

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    That's terrible, poor little buggers..i remember a couple of years back, in the news there was a story where a couple had bought their new baby home from hospital and their pet malamute mauled and killed the baby. That is tragic that it happened, but like someone said, people just assume the dogs will get used to the baby or that they han handle the teasing from children....I hope these children do recover fully, how unfortunate.

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    The majority of dog attacks aren't caused by Pitbulls. In the last 48 hours in Victoria a Staffy and a Malamute were guilty as charged, for attacking children !! Breed Specific Legislation is wrong. Lucky Chihuahuas and Jack Russells are tiny as they always start punch ons ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog_Lover View Post
    Which one?

    Jessie, the one who came back here instead of getting a bullet.
    second one in on the left of my siggy.

    She was loose and had a wonderful time at my FIL"s wedding reception in January. About 60 people and a heap of kids. She kept the kids entertained a while in the area where we all were.
    Last edited by Di_dee1; 10-14-2011 at 05:01 PM.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forum Australia View Post
    The majority of dog attacks aren't caused by Pitbulls. In the last 48 hours in Victoria a Staffy and a Malamute were guilty as charged, for attacking children !! Breed Specific Legislation is wrong. Lucky Chihuahuas and Jack Russells are tiny as they always start punch ons ...

    WHO CARES????, two kids were attacked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forum Australia View Post
    The majority of dog attacks aren't caused by Pitbulls. In the last 48 hours in Victoria a Staffy and a Malamute were guilty as charged, for attacking children !! Breed Specific Legislation is wrong. Lucky Chihuahuas and Jack Russells are tiny as they always start punch ons ...
    We don't really like pointing fingers here. All breeds have the ability to start fights, to attack and to seriously maim people. Please lets leave breeds out of it and concentrate on individual dogs.

    As Peter said, who cares, in the end two kids were attacked, and by family pets no less. Really sad.

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    It is yet another thread for people to say what they think is right, and the rest who reply that don't agree with them are just full of crap.

    I really don't care what some here have to say as all they want to hear is others agreeing to what they say.
    So to them get a life.

    And yes I do worry that kids have been hurt and yes it is true that there are people out there that rub their hands together once they hear another dog mauling has happened. Then to fall flat when it hasn't got the BULL in its name. Fact.
    Want me to prove it look at some of the posts in other threads in the forum.

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