On the loose, part deux

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On the loose, part deux

Post by The Puppy Wizar » Thu, 17 Apr 2003 09:18:48



HOWEDY WB-LM,

HOWEDY Dog Lovers,

We got some sick bastards here who hurt
and kill dogs and tell us HOWE KINDLY they are!


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> "Deb" wrote
> > Well, she was there again today by the side of the road
> > in the bushes of an industrial building.
> <snip>
> > Any ideas to get something around her neck, or into the car?
> > I'm skirred of losing ground with her.
> We had a similar situation when we found a dog running
> around on a motorway.

Did you *** it and turn it over to a kill shelter complaining
that it was dog aggressive like your pal deb did?

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> Could get near him, but couldn't get hold of him...

Probably cause he thought you was a dog molester.
Have you found any dead babies on the beach?

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> and certainly didn't want to leave him to certain death.

So that's HOWE COME your dog lover pal deb brought
the dog she abducted to the kill shelter and told them he
was an unHOWESbroken dog fighter...

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> We had a blanket in the cab of the lorry, and we threw it over him

Yeah. We used to call that a "blanket party."

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> and kind of bundled on to him.

Yeah. It's kinda a cowardly thing to do, but we like to
do things as a group to make everybody feel like they're
working towards a common goal.

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> Once back in the cab, we released him and made our
> apologies for the rough treatment...and he calmed right
> down again.

Yeah. The dog your pal deb abducted is DEAD by now.

Quote:
> We took him to a local police station to give a description,

Yeah...

Quote:
> 'found' location and our telephone numbers and then we
> took him home with us.

Good for you.

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> The owner rang a couple of hours later and came to claim him.

Somebody got LUCKY.

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> The dog had apparently only just come out of 6 months quarantine
> that morning, had got disorientated whilst on a short walk and had
> run off.  The owner couldn't believe that after 6 months apart he'd
> lost his dog again!  The reunion was heartbreaking! ;o)

Yeah. See your pal deb's post for heartbreaking...

Quote:
> Don't know if the rug / blanket method is practical for you,
> but it worked for us...

Your pal deb could use that or a gun poison or leghold trap
like HOWER pal diddler prefers.

Quote:
> Caroline xxx



Quote:
> Well, in the end the rescuers didn't have room for my
> little stray (called him Baby).
> He was wreaking havoc here:
> Shi was openly aggressive and Georgie was
> marking in the house and also snarling at him.
> He was not house-broken at night, and if I put him
> outside he squealed like a pup to get back with us.
>  I remembered a thread and a comment made about
> taking care of your pack and that gave me the courage
> to take him to the SPCA today.
> He was terrified.
> Lemme tell you, they probably have NEVER seen a woman
> so upset.
> Silly I know, but I so wanted to know how he did,
> and be sure he had a good place to go.

Jesus LOVES little doggys, deb.

Quote:
> And he may, yet.
> Hopefully in the few days he was with us he will shine
> thru their behavior tests and find someone to love him.
> Me, I am going to dive into some serious comfort food
> and hold onto Georgie and Shi a lot closer tonite.

Thank you!

The Puppy Wizzzard Of Death.  <}TPWOD;~) >

 
 
 

On the loose, part deux

Post by WB-L » Thu, 17 Apr 2003 23:43:59


I know I shouldn't but......


Quote:
> HOWEDY WB-LM,

Hallo Tosspot

Quote:
> "WB-LM" wrote
> > We had a similar situation when we found a dog running
> > around on a motorway.

> Did you *** it and turn it over to a kill shelter complaining
> that it was dog aggressive like your pal deb did?

No, read the rest of my post...

Quote:
> > Could get near him, but couldn't get hold of him...

> Probably cause he thought you was a dog molester.

I am more inclined to think it was because he was scared.....

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> Have you found any dead babies on the beach?

No, have you?  Perhaps you're the one who puts them there.....

Quote:
> > and certainly didn't want to leave him to certain death.

> So that's HOWE COME your dog lover pal deb brought
> the dog she abducted to the kill shelter and told them he
> was an unHOWESbroken dog fighter...

In your own sick little mind maybe....

Quote:
> > We had a blanket in the cab of the lorry, and we threw it over him

> Yeah. We used to call that a "blanket party."

I can't imagine you have ever been invited......

Quote:

> > and kind of bundled on to him.

> Yeah. It's kinda a cowardly thing to do, but we like to
> do things as a group to make everybody feel like they're
> working towards a common goal.

Not sure were the group arrived from.....?

Quote:
> > Once back in the cab, we released him and made our
> > apologies for the rough treatment...and he calmed right
> > down again.

> Yeah. The dog your pal deb abducted is DEAD by now.

Maybe...did you try to re-home him?

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> > We took him to a local police station to give a description,

> Yeah...

> > 'found' location and our telephone numbers and then we
> > took him home with us.

> Good for you.

Uh? Praise?  What?

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> > The owner rang a couple of hours later and came to claim him.

> Somebody got LUCKY.

Lucky either way.  If he wasn't claimed we'd have kept him anyway.....

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> > Don't know if the rug / blanket method is practical for you,
> > but it worked for us...

> Your pal deb could use that or a gun poison or leghold trap
> like HOWER pal diddler prefers.

Whatever turns you on.....

Caroline xxx