Denisemomof4 Posted January 5, 2011 Share Posted January 5, 2011 If you lived in a rural area and you went out (too late, really!) for a walk with your girls. On the way back home there was an ADORABLE puppy, say around 6 months old, playing in a yard about .7 mile from your home. The puppy ran to greet you, and you see that the (apparent) owner is whistling for the dog. The puppy starts to nip at your greyhound, whom is a LOVE but is also a wimp, so you start try to keep the dogs separated. The puppy continues to rough house your dog and you try harder to keep them separated because you can see that your dog is going to bite the puppy, who just bit his privates. The puppy then decides to run up the road and the owner does NOTHING other than whistle a little longer. You have your dd run to get the puppy, but running makes the puppy run away further. You try several times but then you are too far from the puppy's home so you continue on to get home as it's getting REAL dark. There are several more times where the puppy nips at your dog and you fight and fight to keep them separated. You assume that at any moment the owner will arrive to get the puppy, it never happens. You realize that you could drive the dog home but you're now fuming that it's been 30 minutes since the owner saw the incident with you and your puppy and she STILL hasn't come to get her puppy. Your dd stays out playing fetch in the dark and you have flood lights on. After an hour, you bring the puppy inside and keep your dogs apart from it. AN HOUR and she couldn't drive .7 mile to get her puppy. And she couldn't come out of the door of her home to get it when it wandered off with us. I'm not 100% sure she saw the scuffle with the dogs, but I feel that she most likely did. Some past history: this woman is a TOTAL b*tch and it's been said that her yard looks so lovely since she came into OUR and dug up our flowers while we were away on vacation. Yes, I still get ticked off when I drive by and see her glorious blooms. I sometimes fantasize about removing all of her flowers during the night and put them back where they belong. She's a known trouble maker and I just could NOT do her a favor. BUT, this is the first time I've EVER reacted this way. I'm a HUGE animal lover! We kept an eye on puppy when dd came inside but finally just brought him in. After dh called, the husband came to get the dog and was NOT HAPPY. :001_huh: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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