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  • AngelanBatty
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    Not offended and I completely understood the point, but I've been watching people take it all way too seriously, so I thought I should clarify

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  • Kaz Tarja
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    Originally posted by AngelanBatty View Post
    I have a kelpie cross too Ricey.

    It's not about banning any breed. It's about holding people responsible for their animals behaviour and enforcing that responsibility. It doesn't matter what breed it is, any dog can bite and if the circumstances are right (well wrong, but you know what I mean) any dog can kill.
    I think they were going for a bit of irony. Please don't take offence, I'm sure they didn't mean it like that, they were trying to get their own point across in an ironic .. slightly subtle way ... if not a little immature

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  • AngelanBatty
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    I have a kelpie cross too Ricey.

    It's not about banning any breed. It's about holding people responsible for their animals behaviour and enforcing that responsibility. It doesn't matter what breed it is, any dog can bite and if the circumstances are right (well wrong, but you know what I mean) any dog can kill.

    Frankly I believe it is extremely niave to leave any dog unattended with any child or any person who is not a member of the family for that matter.

    I've never been annoyed with clubsprint for wanting lower bite stats - but wanting to ban any breed will NOT address any issues.

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  • clubsprint
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    Originally posted by ricey View Post
    Clubsprint has a kelpie? I didn't know that.

    How irresponsible of him/her!

    Everyone knows what a dangerous breed the kelpie is. That's probably something to do with the fact that the kelpie was bred (inter alia) from the dingo, and dingos eat babies . Just ask Lindy about that.

    So clubsprint has a kelpie; obviously a bad choice for someone who likes to put the boot into anyone who has a dog that the Murdoch press doesn't like. Does clubsprint also have a clubsprint? (the clubsprint was an awful piece of turd Ford Capri turbo from the 90's that was universally reviled by any motoring journalist that had the misfortune to be made to drive it). It handled badly, it leaked, and it was unreliable. I guess thats why Ford called it the clubsprint. Kind of apt, really.

    Regards,

    ricey
    What I said about those that run out of language also applies to intelligence.

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  • ChoppaChop
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    Oh god , that poor little girl

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  • clubsprint
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    Originally posted by ricey View Post
    Clubsprint has a kelpie? I didn't know that.

    How irresponsible of him/her!

    Everyone knows what a dangerous breed the kelpie is. That's probably something to do with the fact that the kelpie was bred (inter alia) from the dingo, and dingos eat babies . Just ask Lindy about that.

    So clubsprint has a kelpie; obviously a bad choice for someone who likes to put the boot into anyone who has a dog that the Murdoch press doesn't like. Does clubsprint also have a clubsprint? (the clubsprint was an awful piece of turd Ford Capri turbo from the 90's that was universally reviled by any motoring journalist that had the misfortune to be made to drive it). It handled badly, it leaked, and it was unreliable. I guess thats why Ford called it the clubsprint. Kind of apt, really.

    Regards,

    ricey
    Who's a troll?

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  • Chipps
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    Some replies here concern me and not just the immaturity of them.

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  • Hyacinth
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    Lol at Jadielee

    I would never own a kelpie, they nag too much and then argue with you about what to do.

    And that is why I think my evil hound is part kelpie.

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  • jadielee87
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    I personally would never own a Kelpie... shark on legs is what they are...

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  • Hyacinth
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    If anyone has a kelpie that they don't have ANKC papers for or a note from the vet to say it's a kelpie, it can still be seized in Victoria if it's not registered as a dangerous dog with the council where it's at, and kept locked up.

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  • ricey
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    Originally posted by mymatejack View Post
    oops, time clubsprint put his kelpie up for execution, dangerous dogs those ones!
    Clubsprint has a kelpie? I didn't know that.

    How irresponsible of him/her!

    Everyone knows what a dangerous breed the kelpie is. That's probably something to do with the fact that the kelpie was bred (inter alia) from the dingo, and dingos eat babies . Just ask Lindy about that.

    So clubsprint has a kelpie; obviously a bad choice for someone who likes to put the boot into anyone who has a dog that the Murdoch press doesn't like. Does clubsprint also have a clubsprint? (the clubsprint was an awful piece of turd Ford Capri turbo from the 90's that was universally reviled by any motoring journalist that had the misfortune to be made to drive it). It handled badly, it leaked, and it was unreliable. I guess thats why Ford called it the clubsprint. Kind of apt, really.

    Regards,

    ricey

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  • mymatejack
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    Originally posted by ricey View Post
    Yes, you are right. No more hyaenas or pit bulls for me; I'm going to get a kelpie. Check out the damage that these dogs can do:



    Of course, this was a 'mixed breed kelpie', much like the 'mixed breed pit bull' that savaged Ayen Chol.

    Regards,

    ricey
    oops, time clubsprint put his kelpie up for execution, dangerous dogs those ones!

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  • ricey
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    Originally posted by Keira & Phoenix View Post
    Now you mention it Di I was talking to my dad last night about their killer attack cat.....really I was LOL no joke!

    Yes Ricey I think it is best you stay away from a Hyena as Hya has a good argument.
    Yes, you are right. No more hyaenas or pit bulls for me; I'm going to get a kelpie. Check out the damage that these dogs can do:



    Of course, this was a 'mixed breed kelpie', much like the 'mixed breed pit bull' that savaged Ayen Chol.

    Regards,

    ricey

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  • Sean
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    Originally posted by Beloz View Post
    Zombie horses are dangerous and should be banned.
    Damn right they are dangerous. Just look at what they are capable off
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBir2PFqxro

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  • Keira & Phoenix
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    Now you mention it Di I was talking to my dad last night about their killer attack cat.....really I was LOL no joke!

    Yes Ricey I think it is best you stay away from a Hyena as Hya has a good argument.

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