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Guns are designed to kill.How was it misused?
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I'm not sure how he got to a gun I assume he had it and yes dogs getting oit is bad ownership but it happens every now and again even if you try to prevent it. That being said if the dog was trying to kill him shooting it would be fine but shooting an escaped barking dog makes him worse of a person then the people who had there dog escape. I know how easy it is for a dog to find a way out my sisters dog giant bullmastiff broke out one day. Not saying it's not the owners fault but shooting at a dog is not ok unless it's attacking you and from all I have been told it wasn't doing that. If it was my pet I would honestly take the guy to court because that's disgusting
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Holy ... wtf..
Sure he was not on drugs?
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I have to agree with ignitingmemories, you would have to ask the guy who did it, why he did it.





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Dariamus wrote:
Holy ... wtf..
Sure he was not on drugs?


He died of a drug overdose about three month later.

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Dariamus wrote: He died of a drug overdose about three month later.
oh.. don't know if I want to laugh or not..

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I'm not sure how he got to a gun I assume he had it and yes dogs getting oit is bad ownership but it happens every now and again even if you try to prevent it. That being said if the dog was trying to kill him shooting it would be fine but shooting an escaped barking dog makes him worse of a person then the people who had there dog escape. I know how easy it is for a dog to find a way out my sisters dog giant bullmastiff broke out one day. Not saying it's not the owners fault but shooting at a dog is not ok unless it's attacking you and from all I have been told it wasn't doing that. If it was my pet I would honestly take the guy to court because that's disgusting


Er, I kind of doubt he was just waltzing around in his yard with a gun. Was it on his property? Was this an occurrence that's happened more than once? I'm just not sure about it entirely.

I'd shoot a dog on my property if I had kids around that felt threatened by it. I don't care if it hasn't attacked yet. Obviously that wasn't the case here. Was it a large dog? Those are usually a lot more threatening.


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If it kills then they're not misusing it in my eyes
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Ryulightorb wrote:

I'm not sure how he got to a gun I assume he had it and yes dogs getting oit is bad ownership but it happens every now and again even if you try to prevent it. That being said if the dog was trying to kill him shooting it would be fine but shooting an escaped barking dog makes him worse of a person then the people who had there dog escape. I know how easy it is for a dog to find a way out my sisters dog giant bullmastiff broke out one day. Not saying it's not the owners fault but shooting at a dog is not ok unless it's attacking you and from all I have been told it wasn't doing that. If it was my pet I would honestly take the guy to court because that's disgusting


Er, I kind of doubt he was just waltzing around in his yard with a gun. Was it on his property? Was this an occurrence that's happened more than once? I'm just not sure about it entirely.

I'd shoot a dog on my property if I had kids around that felt threatened by it. I don't care if it hasn't attacked yet. Obviously that wasn't the case here. Was it a large dog? Those are usually a lot more threatening.


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From what I was told her and her little sisters were about to grab the dog so they we're right next to it apparently from what I wAs told the dog broke out (these things happen) he could have hit her with the bullet or her siblings there pl in therapy now I think it was a large dog and the guy from what I was told lived alone. Maybe it's just country difference but here we would sue and never shoot the dog even of its on our yard to me what that guy did is disgusting even if he was scared shooting is reserved for when there is no other choice in which from what I was told was not the situation
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If someone ever kicked my dog haiku , haiku would kill them tbh.
im not worried about my dog ever leaving the yard
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Ryulightorb wrote:

From what I was told her and her little sisters were about to grab the dog so they we're right next to it apparently from what I wAs told the dog broke out (these things happen) he could have hit her with the bullet or her siblings there pl in therapy now I think it was a large dog and the guy from what I was told lived alone. Maybe it's just country difference but here we would sue and never shoot the dog even of its on our yard to me what that guy did is disgusting even if he was scared shooting is reserved for when there is no other choice in which from what I was told was not the situation


You'd really have to get the other story. Were they really as close as they thought they were? I still don't understand how he had time to fetch his gun. Did he really kick it to "piss it off" or because he was freaked out? Has it happened before?

Big dogs are scary as fuck to people that don't have dogs or are not used to them.

I'm not even sure if he meant to "shoot it in the head" or just injure it as he did. I feel like she may have exaggerated some things within her own mind, which is normal and unintentional, but that's also why you need both sides of the story.

From what we heard from her, it seemed wrong as hell. I just have a hard time believing there isn't a little more to this.


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If it kills then they're not misusing it in my eyes


He didn't kill it though. So there's that.


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Ryulightorb wrote:

From what I was told her and her little sisters were about to grab the dog so they we're right next to it apparently from what I wAs told the dog broke out (these things happen) he could have hit her with the bullet or her siblings there pl in therapy now I think it was a large dog and the guy from what I was told lived alone. Maybe it's just country difference but here we would sue and never shoot the dog even of its on our yard to me what that guy did is disgusting even if he was scared shooting is reserved for when there is no other choice in which from what I was told was not the situation


You'd really have to get the other story. Were they really as close as they thought they were? I still don't understand how he had time to fetch his gun. Did he really kick it to "piss it off" or because he was freaked out? Has it happened before?

Big dogs are scary as fuck to people that don't have dogs or are not used to them.

I'm not even sure if he meant to "shoot it in the head" or just injure it as he did. I feel like she may have exaggerated some things within her own mind, which is normal and unintentional, but that's also why you need both sides of the story.

From what we heard from her, it seemed wrong as hell. I just have a hard time believing there isn't a little more to this.


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If it kills then they're not misusing it in my eyes


He didn't kill it though. So there's that.




Well your not wrong and I wish I could get both sides sadly I can't though but in the end I think shooting is a rash decision unless your life is in danger and many people let fear get to them and cloud there judgment and shoot. I can understand why he would do it also he was probably one if those guys who always has a handgun on them.
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If someone ever kicked my dog haiku , haiku would kill them tbh.
im not worried about my dog ever leaving the yard


Dogs don't usually from my experience leave the yard on purpose all the time for example my sisters dog broke our gate whilst everyone was at work came home to it lying on the front lawn.
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ignitingmemories wrote:

If someone ever kicked my dog haiku , haiku would kill them tbh.
im not worried about my dog ever leaving the yard


Dogs don't usually from my experience leave the yard on purpose all the time for example my sisters dog broke our gate whilst everyone was at work came home to it lying on the front lawn.


dogs will only leave if someone if provoking them too
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ignitingmemories wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


ignitingmemories wrote:

If someone ever kicked my dog haiku , haiku would kill them tbh.
im not worried about my dog ever leaving the yard


Dogs don't usually from my experience leave the yard on purpose all the time for example my sisters dog broke our gate whilst everyone was at work came home to it lying on the front lawn.


dogs will only leave if someone if provoking them too


We'll my sisters dog must be a special case then
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