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A few years ago, very early am, I got attacked by 2 dugs up the Pentlands. It’s lucky I was on my bike, literally. If the owner had been Male I’d have ended up in the cells. Open space and no one around yet 2 dogs chase after a cyclist for no reason. I’m beginning to think dogs don’t like me.

What’s a well behaved dog? Pretty much every dog can flip out, they are irrational animals like us.
You clearly have no knowledge of dogs then...
 

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My dog...a Rottweiller was attacked a few years ago while on his lead in a park by two American Pitbulls off the lead who pinned him down, had he been smaller they would have killed him. They literally ripped his leg enough that it was nearly off and you could see down inside it, tooth lodged in his napper and 23 separate bite marks, he spent a day at the vet,surgery, stitches and nearly a grand later. Police were informed, turned up a week later and basically said there was nowt they could do as its not a human. Its dog on dog. The guy who owned them- his response "You should have just choked them" so all in all nowt happened. :102:





If your dog was mauled and as a result gained severe injuries due to an irresponsible owner what would you do? This kind of thing does seem to be on the rise days!

If they apologised and offered to pay all the vet bills would you accept this and not go to the Police? There's a further twist... There's a chance the treatment may not be successful and a limb may have to be removed if the injury does not heal correctly.

It's not my pet no but just wondered what everyone elses thoughts are. Personally I'd be going to the police and seeking legal action if it was my pooch.
 

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My dog...a Rottweiller was attacked a few years ago while on his lead in a park by two American Pitbulls off the lead who pinned him down, had he been smaller they would have killed him. They literally ripped his leg enough that it was nearly off and you could see down inside it, tooth lodged in his napper and 23 separate bite marks, he spent a day at the vet,surgery, stitches and nearly a grand later. Police were informed, turned up a week later and basically said there was nowt they could do as its not a human. Its dog on dog. The guy who owned them- his response "You should have just choked them" so all in all nowt happened. :102:
That's disgusting and an awful experience to go through. Did your poor pooch recover okay from the ordeal? In your experience the guy sounds a right piece of sh#@ and definitely should have been charged.

In this case a large chunk of the skin has been ripped off exposing the bare muscle on the leg. The problem is the initial stitches are not staying on. Much the same as your experience, the poor canine victim was at the vet all day. I believe they will try stitching it again but leg amputation is a possibility. That just isn't right at all.
 

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Yes he recovered well eventually, but now has a fear of other dogs. He was much the same, nearly lost his leg. And multiple wounds. But as i say Police just basically said they would record the incident and that's it.



That's disgusting and an awful experience to go through. Did your poor pooch recover okay from the ordeal? In your experience the guy sounds a right piece of sh#@ and definitely should have been charged.

In this case a large chunk of the skin has been ripped off exposing the bare muscle on the leg. The problem is the initial stitches are not staying on. Much the same as your experience, the poor canine victim was at the vet all day. I believe they will try stitching it again but leg amputation is a possibility. That just isn't right at all.
 

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Yes he recovered well eventually, but now has a fear of other dogs. He was much the same, nearly lost his leg. And multiple wounds. But as i say Police just basically said they would record the incident and that's it.
Glad to hear they made a recovery from the injuries but sadly not quite a full one with the trauma caused from the incident.
 

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My dog...a Rottweiller was attacked a few years ago while on his lead in a park by two American Pitbulls off the lead who pinned him down, had he been smaller they would have killed him. They literally ripped his leg enough that it was nearly off and you could see down inside it, tooth lodged in his napper and 23 separate bite marks, he spent a day at the vet,surgery, stitches and nearly a grand later. Police were informed, turned up a week later and basically said there was nowt they could do as its not a human. Its dog on dog. The guy who owned them- his response "You should have just choked them" so all in all nowt happened. :102:
It's illegal to own or breed American pit bull terriers in the UK. Couldn't have been pit bulls
 

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My dog...a Rottweiller was attacked a few years ago while on his lead in a park by two American Pitbulls off the lead who pinned him down, had he been smaller they would have killed him. They literally ripped his leg enough that it was nearly off and you could see down inside it, tooth lodged in his napper and 23 separate bite marks, he spent a day at the vet,surgery, stitches and nearly a grand later. Police were informed, turned up a week later and basically said there was nowt they could do as its not a human. Its dog on dog. The guy who owned them- his response "You should have just choked them" so all in all nowt happened. :102:
Fuckin hate pricks like that, his dogs are just for his ego. He would’ve paid fir that guaranteed and it wouldn’t have been the police. It must’ve bern horrific
 

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It's illegal to own or breed American pit bull terriers in the UK. Couldn't have been pit bulls
American bull dog things then, whatever they were hes well known around the area for training them to haul tyres and be aggressive as they can be and they are bloody massive, plus hes a bit of a well known dealer so just a bellend really.
 

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American bull dog things then, whatever they were hes well known around the area for training them to haul tyres and be aggressive as they can be and they are bloody massive, plus hes a bit of a well known dealer so just a bellend really.
Fair enough, excuse my pedantic behaviour
 

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Happened to my friend's dog in the borders, she got ripped to bits by three or four big labradors. Clearly very badly trained dogs and it had happened before. Owner was very apologetic, begged them not to report it etc, said it was the first time and so on, then once it came to stumping up for the bills (the dog lost a leg) she started saying it wasn't clear cut etc etc. and refused to pay. Horrible woman.
 

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Happened to my friend's dog in the borders, she got ripped to bits by three or four big labradors. Clearly very badly trained dogs and it had happened before. Owner was very apologetic, begged them not to report it etc, said it was the first time and so on, then once it came to stumping up for the bills (the dog lost a leg) she started saying it wasn't clear cut etc etc. and refused to pay. Horrible woman.
I don't know if legal action would be successful in a case like this?? In the one I've posted about the guy has apparently been taken ill in hospital. It seems he is trying to weasel his way out of paying anymore to me. Maybe I'm wrong but it just seems a bit odd.

So I'll add another element to the original post. If your beloved pooch was attacked and you found out the owner of the hellhound that carried out the attack was critically ill would you still pursue the matter? Bare in mind as I've said the poor victim could lose its leg or worse.
 

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I don't know if legal action would be successful in a case like this?? In the one I've posted about the guy has apparently been taken ill in hospital. It seems he is trying to weasel his way out of paying anymore to me. Maybe I'm wrong but it just seems a bit odd.

So I'll add another element to the original post. If your beloved pooch was attacked and you found out the owner of the hellhound that carried out the attack was critically ill would you still pursue the matter? Bare in mind as I've said the poor victim could lose its leg or worse.
Yes.
I doubt Harvey Weinstein’s sudden ill health and dependence on a walking frame will result in charges being dropped either.
 

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A few years ago, very early am, I got attacked by 2 dugs up the Pentlands. It’s lucky I was on my bike, literally. If the owner had been Male I’d have ended up in the cells. Open space and no one around yet 2 dogs chase after a cyclist for no reason. I’m beginning to think dogs don’t like me.

What’s a well behaved dog? Pretty much every dog can flip out, they are irrational animals like us.
My dog used to chase a guy on a bike all the time. It got so bad i had to take her bike away.

I'll get my coat but before i go.

My dog(Rottweiler/Akita cross) has an issue with other dogs due to her 1st owner trying to use her for fighting.
If I'm heading into an area where i know there will be lots of other dogs its lead and muzzle normal walks just lead. She can run about in the garden without the lead though.
 

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Yes.
I doubt Harvey Weinstein’s sudden ill health and dependence on a walking frame will result in charges being dropped either.
Pervey Winkelstain should sack his legal team if they have told him that not being fit to stand will get him aff.It's only if he's not fit to stand trial because he can't understand the process for mental health reasons, no just because he cannae stand unsupported during the trial
 

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Pervey Winkelstain should sack his legal team if they have told him that not being fit to stand will get him aff.It's only if he's not fit to stand trial because he can't understand the process for mental health reasons, no just because he cannae stand unsupported during the trial
Clearly you had better lawyers.

Let me know the firm.... er.... just in case.
 

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I don't know if legal action would be successful in a case like this?? In the one I've posted about the guy has apparently been taken ill in hospital. It seems he is trying to weasel his way out of paying anymore to me. Maybe I'm wrong but it just seems a bit odd.

So I'll add another element to the original post. If your beloved pooch was attacked and you found out the owner of the hellhound that carried out the attack was critically ill would you still pursue the matter? Bare in mind as I've said the poor victim could lose its leg or worse.
I suppose it would depend a bit on the circumstances. If I felt it was genuinely the first time they'd let it happen and it was a stupid mistake I guess I might let it go. But my impression is that that's very rarely the case in these situations.

My friend let it go after a bit, I think it just felt like too much hassle and bad juju generally. And to be honest I'm not sure how much it would be worth going the legal route over what's realistically not going to be much money relative to legal fees, but I'm certainly no expert.
 
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