Man *beep* Into Dog's Head

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  1. misticaleclipse

    misticaleclipse New Member

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    this is so sick,
    there is a clear lack of details about the bit incident itself to...



    found here
     
  2. Buddy'sParents

    Buddy'sParents *Finding My Inner Fila*

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    People are sick, sick, sick. Gah. How would he like it if someone drilled holes into his head? Good God. :mad:
     
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    Amstaffer New Member

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    It just amazes me that more dogs (of all breeds) don't bite or even kill more humans. The way many people treat dogs it just blow my mind that they continue to love us. Evil runs strong in humans, I wonder if the first canines would have entered this "relationship" if they only knew.......
     
  4. ACooper

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    I hope they took the child/chidren out of there too!

    What a nut job........if he could do that to an animal, then I doubt VERY highly he should be in charge of children either :eek:
     
  5. Lilavati

    Lilavati Arbitrary and Capricious

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    A shame they can't sue us for breach of contract . . . I can see the compliant now:

    Dog made a contract with Man that Dog would keep Man company, guard his sheep, lead his blind, protect his children, keep him company, track criminals, hunt game, and keep him company. Man in return, agreed that is Dog performed the following tasks, Dog would be allowed to sit at Man's fire, eat his scraps, and would be treated in a humane fashion. Man has repeatedly defaulted on his contract, while Dog has only failed to hold up his half of the bargain under extreme duress. Further, the plaintiff, Dog, argues that in light of the following facts, the original contract was unconscionable, and further, due to extreme differences in relative bargaining power, invalid.
     
  6. bubbatd

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    Horrible !!! Poor dog !
     

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