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Trond Vold
post Jun 9 2009, 01:16 AM
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Yesterday, my sister was out walking one of our dogs, and she met another dogowner.
The dogs smelled eachother and "socialised", but the suddenly the other dog locked his jaws around our dog and wouldnt let go.
The other dogowner had to litterarly kick the dog to get him loose.
And afterwards, he just left!

Turned into a big wound, and had to go to the emergency vet.. which arent exactly cheap.
The vet didnt stich him up but instead made another cut so stuff would pour out instead, something about making an infection easier.

We think we know who it is and where he lives, so i might just pay him a visit.

These are from after the vet shaved around the wound and did some cleanup.



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post Jun 9 2009, 01:18 AM
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Whatm misfortune...Good luck with your pet sad.gif

Kill him with your metal riffs trond laugh.gif


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post Jun 9 2009, 01:36 AM
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Poor doggy sad.gif

That's a reason why I don't let my little dog around any others...it sucks but I think is safer for her


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post Jun 9 2009, 02:25 AM
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Man!!!
This is really choking and sad!


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post Jun 9 2009, 02:35 AM
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what kind of dog was the other dog?


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post Jun 9 2009, 03:06 AM
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Trond I’m really sorry this has happened and being a dog lover and owner of 2 this really upsets me as well. mad.gif Glad your dog is ok!

I would suggest you wait at least another day before confronting this person so you can clear your head of all the anger and rage you must be feeling. Then if you decide to pay him a visit try and approach it diplomatic at first. Maybe just saying “Hi, my name is Trond and I just wanted to let you know I took my dog to the hospital and he/she is doing fine”. If at that point he still seems like he doesn’t care and offer even an apology that is heart felt I would just walk away. Any further conversation from that point will just lead to a fight. He is already trash and you have too much going for you to mess things up. Don’t let him control your destiny!

Your dog will forget about it and be back to his/herself in know time. Just move on.

Cheers bro and give your little buddy a rub behind the ears for me. smile.gif


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post Jun 9 2009, 03:20 AM
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aw man, thats a nasty wound... i hope your dog is ok, i am a dog lover as well, and those pics were tough to look at sad.gif
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post Jun 9 2009, 05:22 AM
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Poor thing, I would be mad too if that was my dog.
I guess the other owner couldn't do much and dogs can lost control, but just leaving - maybe to get his dog away or ya looked pissed and he wussed off?

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post Jun 9 2009, 06:31 AM
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Damn. Glad your dog is going to be ok.

I'd pay the guy a visit with the vet bill.
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post Jun 9 2009, 07:31 AM
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QUOTE (Rated Htr @ Jun 9 2009, 02:18 AM) *
Whatm misfortune...Good luck with your pet sad.gif

Kill him with your metal riffs trond laugh.gif


Now that sounds like a good idea biggrin.gif

QUOTE (Ramiro Delforte @ Jun 9 2009, 02:36 AM) *
Poor doggy sad.gif

That's a reason why I don't let my little dog around any others...it sucks but I think is safer for her


Yea, i try my best to do the same. But it's not the dogs i dont trust, it's mostly the owners.

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what kind of dog was the other dog?


Not quite sure, i think it was a labrador.

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Trond I’m really sorry this has happened and being a dog lover and owner of 2 this really upsets me as well. mad.gif Glad your dog is ok!

I would suggest you wait at least another day before confronting this person so you can clear your head of all the anger and rage you must be feeling. Then if you decide to pay him a visit try and approach it diplomatic at first. Maybe just saying “Hi, my name is Trond and I just wanted to let you know I took my dog to the hospital and he/she is doing fine”. If at that point he still seems like he doesn’t care and offer even an apology that is heart felt I would just walk away. Any further conversation from that point will just lead to a fight. He is already trash and you have too much going for you to mess things up. Don’t let him control your destiny!

Your dog will forget about it and be back to his/herself in know time. Just move on.

Cheers bro and give your little buddy a rub behind the ears for me. smile.gif


Your right about that. I'm known to rarely get angry, but this just pushed my buttons.
My plan is to just calmly show him the vet-bill and try to come to an agreement. Maybe he just didnt really notice how bad it actually was. I've never been in a fight, and i dont plan to start now smile.gif

QUOTE (Azzaboi @ Jun 9 2009, 06:22 AM) *
Poor thing, I would be mad too if that was my dog.
I guess the other owner couldn't do much and dogs can lost control, but just leaving - maybe to get his dog away or ya looked pissed and he wussed off?

All the best for your dog's quick recovery!


Yeapp, thats what annoyed me. Dogs are unpredictable, but ultimately it's always the owners responsability. It just seemed irresponsible and careless to me to just wander off. If our dogs ever did that to another dog i would have taken him/her myself to the vet in a second.

QUOTE (midnight @ Jun 9 2009, 07:31 AM) *
Damn. Glad your dog is going to be ok.

I'd pay the guy a visit with the vet bill.


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post Jun 9 2009, 07:38 AM
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Bummer, I hope the dog is going to be ok....sounds like it. I have a few dogs, well behaved, sometimes they will just flip out and try to bite someone for no reason. I have to keep my eye on one of them for sure when we are out and about. They're animals and they just do that sometimes, at least all the dogs I have ever owned.
Hopefully the other owner feels bad about it, and I would probably avoid confronting them. Unless the circumstances change that is. Depends really, you have to kind of be in the situation to know how you would react.
Is that a Border Collie? Mine is the one I have to keep an eye on...he's a herder when kids are around and if they happen to have a ball....oh no!

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post Jun 9 2009, 07:51 AM
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These kind of actions really make me angry as well. Been always with dogs in my life and I just really don't get it why ppl are doing those kind of things.


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post Jun 9 2009, 08:16 AM
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I saw the dog when it returned from the emergency vet (I was at Tronds place at the time),
and let me tell you it didn't look good sad.gif

Stuff like that meakes me angry mad.gif
I got a dog myself, and don't know what I would've done in that situation..
But it wouldn't be nice..

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post Jun 9 2009, 08:35 AM
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Go find the guy and hand him the bill, if he doesnt pay lock YOUR teeth around HIS neck!
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post Jun 9 2009, 08:45 AM
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You don't have to put muzzles on dogs mouths in Norway? Big dogs should always wear one.. Don't know what law You have there, so I won't advice anything besides checking it. I don't believe the guy will want to pay the bill, but than again people in Norway are bit nicer than here, so maybe he really didn't see what his pupil has done..


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post Jun 9 2009, 08:52 AM
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Sad to hear about your dog sad.gif


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post Jun 9 2009, 09:02 AM
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to pay the bill is the least thing he can do
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In the UK there is a requirement that a dog is under control in a public area - i.e. it should be on a lead. If it attacks a person or another animal and isn't then the owner is at fault. In the UK you could ask the police to speak to the owner and they may issue a caution and insist that the owner properly restrains their dog. Not sure if this is true of Norway but it maybe.

Aggressive behaviour like this really needs to be trained out of the dog but sadly there are a lot of dog owners who do not train or control their animals properly. IMHO those dogs are an accident waiting to happen; we avoid them and keep our dog well away where ever possible. Where we live however there are an awful lot of dogs who roam about off lead and not under any control, including some who have bitten people as well as other dogs. Only thing the owners ever do is to chain the dogs up for a few days until the fuss dies down then they release them and let them roam about again without any training or supervision. Generally the dog isn't the problem, its the owner.

Hope your sister's dog recovers ok and gets over the trauma.


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Sorry to learn about your dog sad.gif

I'd contact the police. After all, who knows who other dog bites next time, a kid or a baby.


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post Jun 9 2009, 11:48 AM
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sad.gif ouch, poor dog sad.gif hope he makes a speedy recovery!

Unfortunatly I was put off dogs at a young age, but I dont like to see any animal hurt or in distress like this.


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