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jillyfred

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Re: Dog's ear cut off outside a Bangor supermarket
« Reply #15 on: October 12, 2018, 01:41:55 PM »

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Re: Dog's ear cut off outside a Bangor supermarket
« Reply #16 on: October 12, 2018, 01:48:19 PM »
It wasn't noticed until the dog got home. Surely the dog would have been howling at the scene.

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Labs are very `soft` dogs for want of a better word.
They are not into making `a fuss`.
I have personal experience of another dog biting a Labs ear-and she never made a sound.
Though I can assure you I did.
Then took her home and bathed her ear.
Obviously your not a `dog person`.

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Re: Dog's ear cut off outside a Bangor supermarket
« Reply #17 on: October 12, 2018, 02:03:25 PM »

Also,would you tie a child up outside a Supermarket when you went shopping for a few hours?
Two defenseless against Heaven knows what.
That owner should be prosecuted IMHO.

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Re: Dog's ear cut off outside a Bangor supermarket
« Reply #18 on: October 12, 2018, 06:50:38 PM »
Nonsense,... that's an absurd and irrelevant comparison,... and there was no suggestion that it or any other dog had been left there for more than a brief period of time,... which in any case would be unlikely, given the amount of shopping that a person on foot and with a dog to control, could carry.

Leaving dogs tied up outside shops is a common practice,... and for some people they don't feel able to leave their dogs at home unattended,... and some elderly people may feel vulnerable if they are outside alone and feel safer and more confident if they have their dog with them.

Although it can be a potential problem if a dog is aggressive towards strangers and barks at or can lunge at small children, or even at adults.

There is an option that supermarkets, and large, or even small shops, and or local authorities could adopt if they wanted to.

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Re: Dog's ear cut off outside a Bangor supermarket
« Reply #19 on: October 12, 2018, 09:04:17 PM »
It wasn't noticed until the dog got home. Surely the dog would have been howling at the scene.

That's because the dogs ear was " NOT cut off " -- as per your CLICK-BAIT Headline.

This story sounds suspicious  ::)

I have owned dogs, and when a dog's ear is injured, you could not miss seeing it ----- they normally need stitched to stop the bleeding. ::)

Robin Ballantine who's dog Cole had part of his ear cut off outside Tesco in Bangor. Pic by Peter Morrison

It appears that there were 2 Labs === they could have been play fighting, and got the ear injured -------- that's what happened between my
 Rottweiler and long eared Doberman.

The Doberman got her ear ripped  and had to be stitched up, to stop the bleeding --  and she did not make any noise at any time.
                                             

 
When will the I.R.A. pay Compensation to their Innocent Victims or Relatives.

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Re: Dog's ear cut off outside a Bangor supermarket
« Reply #20 on: October 13, 2018, 02:34:09 AM »

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Re: Dog's ear cut off outside a Bangor supermarket
« Reply #21 on: October 13, 2018, 04:57:24 AM »
That's because the dogs ear was " NOT cut off " -- as per your CLICK-BAIT Headline.

This story sounds suspicious  ::)

I have owned dogs, and when a dog's ear is injured, you could not miss seeing it ----- they normally need stitched to stop the bleeding. ::)

Robin Ballantine who's dog Cole had part of his ear cut off outside Tesco in Bangor. Pic by Peter Morrison

It appears that there were 2 Labs === they could have been play fighting, and got the ear injured -------- that's what happened between my
 Rottweiler and long eared Doberman.

The Doberman got her ear ripped  and had to be stitched up, to stop the bleeding --  and she did not make any noise at any time.
                                           

where or more to the point,how is James post " baiting ? If anyone got it wrong, it was that
rag of all rags ever, the lovely Telegraph  :D

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Re: Dog's ear cut off outside a Bangor supermarket
« Reply #22 on: October 13, 2018, 07:57:05 AM »
where or more to the point,how is James post " baiting ? If anyone got it wrong, it was that
rag of all rags ever, the lovely Telegraph  :D

It was clickbait.

               Definition of clickbait 

                                   : something (such as a headline) designed to make readers want to click on a hyperlink especially when the link leads to content of dubious value or interest             ========================================================================================

One would assume that JJ had read the Report , which he provides to link for, and he would have seen that only a small portion of the ear was missing,  therefor his title for His post was erroneous == EAR WAS NOT CUT OFF  ??? ::) :whistle:
When will the I.R.A. pay Compensation to their Innocent Victims or Relatives.

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Re: Dog's ear cut off outside a Bangor supermarket
« Reply #23 on: October 13, 2018, 01:27:04 PM »

I stand corrected if I misread the original report on this matter.

Did this man not admit to leaving the dog tied up for 2 -3 hours whilst he did his shopping and had been
doing so regularly?

Believe it or not-I have also seen small children in their prams left unattended outside various locations.

Unpopular as my views maybe-too many people today are absolutely `spaced`-have no sense whatsoever
of personal responsibility nor indeed common sense.
Any person with an ounce of wit is well aware that in the times we now live in nothing can be left to chance
when it comes to the vulnerable-be they human or animal.
IMHO.as per usual.

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Re: Dog's ear cut off outside a Bangor supermarket
« Reply #24 on: October 13, 2018, 01:47:47 PM »
I stand corrected if I misread the original report on this matter.

Did this man not admit to leaving the dog tied up for 2 -3 hours whilst he did his shopping and had been
doing so regularly?

Believe it or not-I have also seen small children in their prams left unattended outside various locations.

Unpopular as my views maybe-too many people today are absolutely `spaced`-have no sense whatsoever
of personal responsibility nor indeed common sense.
Any person with an ounce of wit is well aware that in the times we now live in nothing can be left to chance
when it comes to the vulnerable-be they human or animal.
IMHO.as per usual.

jilly
missing ounce of wit is correct. For sure.
next time you are driving have a look at young balloon head mothers walking along texting whilst a couple of kids bounce along yards in front of them .
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Re: Dog's ear cut off outside a Bangor supermarket
« Reply #25 on: October 13, 2018, 04:43:16 PM »


the vile perpetrator of this barbaric act           deserves as a punishment              have his

balls cut off     >:D
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Re: Dog's ear cut off outside a Bangor supermarket
« Reply #26 on: October 13, 2018, 06:16:53 PM »

the vile perpetrator of this barbaric act           deserves as a punishment              have his

balls cut off     >:D
why dont you say what you mean DD lol :D
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Re: Dog's ear cut off outside a Bangor supermarket
« Reply #27 on: October 13, 2018, 06:47:16 PM »

the vile perpetrator of this barbaric act           deserves as a punishment              have his

balls cut off     >:D

What would you suggest if it was a woman?  :-\

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Re: Dog's ear cut off outside a Bangor supermarket
« Reply #28 on: October 13, 2018, 07:08:07 PM »
What would you suggest if it was a woman?  :-\
have her T**s    erm,  her  .erm , her  .Toes cut off     ;)
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Re: Dog's ear cut off outside a Bangor supermarket
« Reply #29 on: October 13, 2018, 09:18:08 PM »
Something is not quite right here.   ::) 
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