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Jun 27, 2014, 12:48 PM #1
Seldom, lock up your guns before you read this!
Jun 27, 2014, 01:23 PM #2
This is a disgusting story! The little grin on the cop on the right doesn't help feelings of anger, either. Is he wearing old school Oakley Razors?
Jun 27, 2014, 01:27 PM #3
Man what a pair of smug, power hungry pieces of sh!t. See the sargent with the sunglasses smirking when the poor guy arrived? I commend the dog's owner for questioning their behavior while keeping his calm...and imo, that was calm. My dumb a$$ would probly have gotten myself killed(no, that's not internet tough-guy talk SH).
This is happening all too often, and I don't think it's a function of the internet. Not gonna go look up stats, but these incidences seem to happening more frequently. Maybe 6 months back, another incident in Utah, police killed a service dog that had gotten out of it's yard, and get this, on the birthday of the kid who owned the dog.
And a Weimaraner??? Yeah, I'm sure it was being super aggressive. I hope those cops die slow painful deaths, soon. Or at least do some time and deal with the general population, which won't happen, so hopefully death will.
Jun 27, 2014, 01:28 PM #4
Ya know, someone should start a registry that lists cops that have killed dogs, so once they retire they can get properly fu(ked up.
Jun 27, 2014, 01:29 PM #5
or a secret vigilante group that takes care of them.
Jun 27, 2014, 01:32 PM #6
Jun 27, 2014, 01:32 PM #7
Exactly! There's no excuse for this.
Oh yeah, guns are locked up btw, most of them at my parents' house.
Last edited by seldom seen; Jun 27, 2014 at 01:56 PM.
Jun 27, 2014, 02:29 PM #8
Zeroevol, you're right, and I appreciate you bringing the other side. I do see positive stories about cops and other emergency responders saving dogs, cats, etc...
Here's another bad one out of Baltimore recently, slit the dog's throat after they had her secured with a pole...
Jun 27, 2014, 03:16 PM #9
- Join Date
- Jan 2009
- Hilton Head Island - OB, SD
And after hearing reports of a dog roaming through SE Baltimore, and Shar Pei's unfortunately can be confused with Pits. And when the cops, or ANYONE gets a call about a dog, roaming the streets of Baltimore and it just "Snipped" at the person who called it in. I mean, you guys know where this is headed.
I don't think it's necessary to slit the dogs throat, but what are you supposed to do? Tackle it, hope it doesn't shred you, and just lay on the ground bear hugging it until animal control shows up 2 hours later?
I think its a jacked up situation, but that call was made to police because a dog was out in the streets being aggressive with people.... Dogs are animals. I can't imagine a loose dog responding well to a cop or anyone telling it to stand down....
It's unfortunate, but the DOG OWNER in the Baltimore Case should shut up. WTF is your dog doing, escaping your house, in east canton, right on the border of the ghetto, in city streets, with Boston street right next to you, cars everywhere, people everywhere. The dog owner should be heartbroken, but that dog would have been killed 10 different ways within an hour. Cause if you think the first drug dealer that dog would have encountered wouldn't have put a bullet in that dog, you are crazy... Yall know, even thugs are scared of dogs if it's not theirs....
Anyway, the Utah one. BS. That cop should be killed. I mean, just hop over the fence or back your way out of the yard you freaking coward.
But I guess, my point is this (And I am bringing this up at the first neighborhood meeting I will be attending next month, because it has happened a couple times since I moved to my new house).... PEOPLE NEED TO BE MORE RESPONSIBLE WITH THEIR PETS!
First incident: I am at work. My wife is walking my Black Lab, Eddie. He is about 95 pounds, healthy, big lab. Nicest dude ever though. Wouldn't hurt a fly. So, she is also pushing my daughter in her pink wagon/car thing. Another dog is approaching them, my wife said it was a big, over 100lb dog. Well, it got super aggressive, and there was like a 12 year old walking the dog, a girl with her 7-8 year old brother. So, the dogs get excited to see each other, but the other dogs is growling and barking. The dog is too big for the girl to control. The girl gets thrown to the ground and now this random dog is charging at my wife, daughter and dog. My wife picks my daughter up, and the other dog is snipping at my lab and my wife said she started screaming. SOMEONE COME GET THIS DOG! Get your dog. Someone come get this dog!!! She was afraid that the dog would hurt Eddie, or her or my daughter. She felt bad for the kids. They finally calmed the dog down and took it home. They were probably all shook up....
BUT BE A RESPONSIBLE PET OWNER. If there are 100 other dogs in the neighborhood, and you have an aggressive one, that will act that way when it encounters other pets. DONT LET YOUR 12 YEAR OLD WALK IT.
Second Incident: I am walking Eddie, ALWAYS ON A LEASH. I take him down the block to this big empty field where he always handles his business. I notice this HUGE, Pit Bull mix, easily 125 pounds. Built like a brick Sh** house. As i get closer, I notice, this dog is off the leash, just standing under the street light. I am a good 50 yards away, then I notice the dog start growling in our direction and he stands up and slowly starts walking towards us. Its dark out, probably 9:30. I look around, see no owner. So I just slowly walk Eddie back in and tell him we will try again in 10 minutes. Come back out. Same deal. Aggressive looking dog, pacing back and forth, staring at us with no leash....
And here is my problem with all this. I love dogs. But had that pit mix come our way and attacked my Lab, I would have gotten it down to the ground, and snapped it's neck. And that would have been TERRIBLE. I should never have to be put in a situation like that. But if my family, or my pet is put in jeopardy by another animal, said animal will be without breathe in moments. Beleeeedat....
So I am just saying, dogs are still wild animals. Be repsonsible and make sure SOMEONE ELSE doesn't have to kill your pet. Cause if you have an aggresive pet, and it gets out of your yard and rolls up on my family. Im killing it. Straight up. With a rock, with a blade or with my bare hands. My leatherman may not have a big blade, but I would bury it deep into an animals wind pipe real quick if it came at my people or pets.
Its unfortunate all around. But that is the big speech I plan on giving my neighborhood next week. "DON'T MAKE ME KILL YOUR DOG, YA BUNCH OF IDIOTS"
Jun 27, 2014, 03:36 PM #10
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- Jan 2009
- Hilton Head Island - OB, SD
The 2014 Baltimore Murder Map. Note: The red dots are gun related homicides. A 23 year old black male was actually shot and killed on the doorstep of the house I lived in in college.
I would be more worried if I was a person, than a dog... Thought things were getting better up there.... Guess not. Life is cheap for dogs, cops and people.