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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2011 8:54 pm 
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Went to see a job tonight and was told by the customer to 'ignore the dog, he's friendly'. This THING came out of the kitchen - part Rottweiler, part horse (judging by the size of it) and part Millwall fan.

The bas**** decided to skip saying hello, and went straight into attack mode. I never knew adrenaline was so brown or that I could move so fast :shock: :shock: :shock:
Danger money maybe?

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2011 8:56 pm 
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:lol: dogs can sense fear stand your ground!

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root wrote:
:lol: dogs can sense fear stand your ground!


its always people who a) have never been chased off a dog or b) have never been bit off a dog, say that!

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been bit twice, both times Alsatian one at a customer house and the other at a football match in the seventies . :sad: :sad:


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 30, 2011 7:09 am 
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root wrote:
dogs can sense fear stand your ground!

Funny thing is I have dogs myself (which may have been the problem) and actually quite like the things around others houses TBH. Why anyone wants something in their house which could potentially kill them though is a mystery. You know, it's normally the small yapping ones I don't trust.
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other at a football match in the seventies

Edinburgh derbies are like that. :wink:

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I have always had dogs had a few bite me had a lot chase me :-)

all part of the game, you're right though some owners are oblivious to how dangerous their dogs can be and if there is someone new in the house it is common courtesy to keep the dog at distance until you have been properly introduced.

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