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That's one way to teach a thug a lesson , it's good to know that no one got hurt , well the thug probably mentally but hey he had to learn somehow
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cats are really good watch animals. we had cats that could tell the difference from our van and another van of the same make and model and generation. how, i have no idea.
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Dogs either pee on me or bite me
Posted 7/2/16
Your cats are heroes. you should treat them extra special.
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Posted 7/3/16

ZaddyZang wrote:

Dogs either pee on me or bite me


You should be proud of the ones who pee on you. They're telling all other dogs (and cats), "stay away from him he's mine!!!!".

As for break-ins/guard dogs...

After my dad died we had a local drug-dealer who kept trying to push to me unsuccessfully. It forced me to threaten him and one day he burst into my house (he was completely stoned out of his mind) when I was home alone. My very docile Irish Setter jumped to her feet, wrapped her teeth around his throat and gave an angry little growl that pretty much translated to "go ahead make my day!". He fell back through the open door and screen door off the porch and ran like the devil was after him as she barked an angry bark at him. Then after I locked up she comes over and calmly lays at my feet right back to her docile self. He avoided me at all costs after that. He tried to give her poisoned food once but without even being interested in it she growled at him full teeth bared and off he ran again.
Posted 7/3/16

neugenx wrote:


ZaddyZang wrote:

Dogs either pee on me or bite me


You should be proud of the ones who pee on you. They're telling all other dogs (and cats), "stay away from him he's mine!!!!".

As for break-ins/guard dogs...

After my dad died we had a local drug-dealer who kept trying to push to me unsuccessfully. It forced me to threaten him and one day he burst into my house (he was completely stoned out of his mind) when I was home alone. My very docile Irish Setter jumped to her feet, wrapped her teeth around his throat and gave an angry little growl that pretty much translated to "go ahead make my day!". He fell back through the open door and screen door off the porch and ran like the devil was after him as she barked an angry bark at him. Then after I locked up she comes over and calmly lays at my feet right back to her docile self. He avoided me at all costs after that. He tried to give her poisoned food once but without even being interested in it she growled at him full teeth bared and off he ran again.


Oh sorry to hear about that! You have a very loyal dog, not many dogs are like that they are either scared or hide but you have a good dog there! I think you're right about being proud but then I hate it cause I feel like I'm just a bathroom for them I wish I had my own dog though. The ones that bit/peed on me was my sister's dog and grandma's dog
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ZaddyZang wrote:



Oh sorry to hear about that! You have a very loyal dog, not many dogs are like that they are either scared or hide but you have a good dog there! I think you're right about being proud but then I hate it cause I feel like I'm just a bathroom for them I wish I had my own dog though. The ones that bit/peed on me was my sister's dog and grandma's dog


Had a great dog unfortunately and a great one after her too. She died in 85 and he in 07. They were both great dogs, if you could call them that because they had people-like personalities . As for the dogs that peed on you , they didn't see it as going to the bathroom but "marking their property!" (that's you ). It's funny when they wait til you're not looking to sneak in and mark you .
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