Guide dog mauled by Staffie as owner walks through Basildon

Attack: Arthur Holman with his guide dog Oake

Attack: Arthur Holman with his guide dog Oake

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A BLIND pensioner was left shaken after an out-of-control Staffordshire Bull Terrier mauled his beloved guide dog.

Four-year-old Oake needed surgery following the unprovoked attack in Basildon town centre.

He was guiding owner Arthur Holman, 77, along Market Square when the dog pounced, leaving Oake with blood pouring from his mouth.

Police now want to track down the owner of the Staffie - who fled the scene.

Mr Holman, of Steeple Hall, Pitsea, feared history was repeating itself as two years ago his first guide dog Hamish had to retire after a similar attack.

He said: "As soon as the dog went for him I could feel Oake pulling up on his lead trying to get away. People rushed over to help us and they told me Oake was bleeding pretty badly from his mouth.

"My first thought was 'oh no it's happening again' and I was scared I was going to lose him like I did Hamish. You have to bond with a guide dog and it takes a long time to build that relationship up.

"When he's got his harness on he knows he has to work but as soon as we're home Oake is part of the family."

Oake was rushed to his vets for surgery but is now recovering.

Mr Holman went blind 12 years ago because of a genetic condition with his retina.

New laws were introduced in March meaning attacks on Guide Dogs are treated as seriously as attacks on humans.

Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, owners could be jailed for up to three years.

Inspector Dick Thomas, from Essex Police, said: "We are keen to ensure that dangerous dog cases are dealt with in a proportionate way according the individual situation of each case. Attacks on assistance dogs are issues that are taken seriously by the force."

Anyone with information about the attack, which happened about 1.15pm on Friday, July 25, should call 101.

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7:11am Wed 20 Aug 14

The King of Southend says...

If I had been present the Bull Terrier would be going home in a bin bag.
If I had been present the Bull Terrier would be going home in a bin bag. The King of Southend
  • Score: 55

7:28am Wed 20 Aug 14

Career Criminal says...

The King of Southend wrote:
If I had been present the Bull Terrier would be going home in a bin bag.
I doubt it. Once they lock onto you, there's not much you can do.
[quote][p][bold]The King of Southend[/bold] wrote: If I had been present the Bull Terrier would be going home in a bin bag.[/p][/quote]I doubt it. Once they lock onto you, there's not much you can do. Career Criminal
  • Score: -22

7:50am Wed 20 Aug 14

CHRISTMAS CAROL says...

if it is male kick his private parts and bite them off if you can , that will stop him. If it is female then kick in in the private area as well.
Hope they find the dog , there is no bad dog only a bad owner. Hope OAKE recovers from the ordeal and Mr Holman
if it is male kick his private parts and bite them off if you can , that will stop him. If it is female then kick in in the private area as well. Hope they find the dog , there is no bad dog only a bad owner. Hope OAKE recovers from the ordeal and Mr Holman CHRISTMAS CAROL
  • Score: 34

8:32am Wed 20 Aug 14

SLord90 says...

This is so sad to read :( I hope Oake makes a full recovery and can get back to work soon x
This is so sad to read :( I hope Oake makes a full recovery and can get back to work soon x SLord90
  • Score: 35

8:46am Wed 20 Aug 14

rayleigh123 says...

Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, owners could be jailed for up to three years.

But it just DOES NOT HAPPEN at the best 100 pound fine plus a bit of community service
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Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, owners could be jailed for up to three years. But it just DOES NOT HAPPEN at the best 100 pound fine plus a bit of community service . . . rayleigh123
  • Score: 40

9:58am Wed 20 Aug 14

dhd says...

I've heard that carrying a Jif Lemon and squeezing it into the dogs face makes them back off. Works on humans too (a tip for young ladies walking around at night)
I've heard that carrying a Jif Lemon and squeezing it into the dogs face makes them back off. Works on humans too (a tip for young ladies walking around at night) dhd
  • Score: 28

10:05am Wed 20 Aug 14

Robin Reliant says...

rayleigh123 wrote:
Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, owners could be jailed for up to three years.

But it just DOES NOT HAPPEN at the best 100 pound fine plus a bit of community service
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well they make guidelines what the punishment is, so lets see this owner and the man and woman owner who's dog bit the older lady the other day finally get, a jail term would teach them a valuable lesson, hope they are all reading this right now and getting a bit worried.
[quote][p][bold]rayleigh123[/bold] wrote: Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, owners could be jailed for up to three years. But it just DOES NOT HAPPEN at the best 100 pound fine plus a bit of community service . . .[/p][/quote]well they make guidelines what the punishment is, so lets see this owner and the man and woman owner who's dog bit the older lady the other day finally get, a jail term would teach them a valuable lesson, hope they are all reading this right now and getting a bit worried. Robin Reliant
  • Score: 19

10:09am Wed 20 Aug 14

MilesBond says...

Fingers up their nose and tear it off
Fingers up their nose and tear it off MilesBond
  • Score: 1

10:37am Wed 20 Aug 14

Kim Gandy says...

Horrible dogs often owned by horrible people, especially as in this particular case, the owner ran off. And why wasn't this person exercising proper control over this animal?

There are too many reported incidents with these dogs and far too many idiots ready to defend them. Just one injury is one injury too many.

Personally I feel ALL dogs should be muzzled when out and about with their owners, that way nobody can moan they are being discriminated against. Plus, a lot of people would avoid injury..

I am not into any form of pc but nowadays there are so many idiot dog owners around, if they cannot act responsibly then the law must force them to. It's just sad that those who act responsibly have to suffer too.

This is absolutely atrocious and surely there is CCTV of this and the coward running away.
Horrible dogs often owned by horrible people, especially as in this particular case, the owner ran off. And why wasn't this person exercising proper control over this animal? There are too many reported incidents with these dogs and far too many idiots ready to defend them. Just one injury is one injury too many. Personally I feel ALL dogs should be muzzled when out and about with their owners, that way nobody can moan they are being discriminated against. Plus, a lot of people would avoid injury.. I am not into any form of pc but nowadays there are so many idiot dog owners around, if they cannot act responsibly then the law must force them to. It's just sad that those who act responsibly have to suffer too. This is absolutely atrocious and surely there is CCTV of this and the coward running away. Kim Gandy
  • Score: 27

10:55am Wed 20 Aug 14

Jack222 says...

Staffs should be banned. Simple. Yes, my dog was mauled by one as well...
Staffs should be banned. Simple. Yes, my dog was mauled by one as well... Jack222
  • Score: 5

12:17pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Kursaal76 says...

Jack222 wrote:
Staffs should be banned. Simple. Yes, my dog was mauled by one as well...
my dog a staffie got attacked by a Labrador we should ban them as well then? lets just ban every dog that bites.
[quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Staffs should be banned. Simple. Yes, my dog was mauled by one as well...[/p][/quote]my dog a staffie got attacked by a Labrador we should ban them as well then? lets just ban every dog that bites. Kursaal76
  • Score: 4

12:55pm Wed 20 Aug 14

_Lotus_ says...

Oh no :(

I sincerely hope the guide dog will be ok and his owner too, this is absolutely awful.

If the Staff is found, as much as I like dogs and as much as many people preach that there are no bad dogs only bad owners, put the Staff down and jail the owner.

Enough is enough.
Oh no :( I sincerely hope the guide dog will be ok and his owner too, this is absolutely awful. If the Staff is found, as much as I like dogs and as much as many people preach that there are no bad dogs only bad owners, put the Staff down and jail the owner. Enough is enough. _Lotus_
  • Score: 18

1:05pm Wed 20 Aug 14

pembury53 says...

Kursaal76 wrote:
Jack222 wrote:
Staffs should be banned. Simple. Yes, my dog was mauled by one as well...
my dog a staffie got attacked by a Labrador we should ban them as well then? lets just ban every dog that bites.
are you serious ! if your staff lost to a labrador it must be a right poof !
[quote][p][bold]Kursaal76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Staffs should be banned. Simple. Yes, my dog was mauled by one as well...[/p][/quote]my dog a staffie got attacked by a Labrador we should ban them as well then? lets just ban every dog that bites.[/p][/quote]are you serious ! if your staff lost to a labrador it must be a right poof ! pembury53
  • Score: -11

1:08pm Wed 20 Aug 14

pembury53 says...

dhd wrote:
I've heard that carrying a Jif Lemon and squeezing it into the dogs face makes them back off. Works on humans too (a tip for young ladies walking around at night)
ammonia makes them back off a fair bit quicker...
[quote][p][bold]dhd[/bold] wrote: I've heard that carrying a Jif Lemon and squeezing it into the dogs face makes them back off. Works on humans too (a tip for young ladies walking around at night)[/p][/quote]ammonia makes them back off a fair bit quicker... pembury53
  • Score: -9

3:28pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Career Criminal says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
Horrible dogs often owned by horrible people, especially as in this particular case, the owner ran off. And why wasn't this person exercising proper control over this animal?

There are too many reported incidents with these dogs and far too many idiots ready to defend them. Just one injury is one injury too many.

Personally I feel ALL dogs should be muzzled when out and about with their owners, that way nobody can moan they are being discriminated against. Plus, a lot of people would avoid injury..

I am not into any form of pc but nowadays there are so many idiot dog owners around, if they cannot act responsibly then the law must force them to. It's just sad that those who act responsibly have to suffer too.

This is absolutely atrocious and surely there is CCTV of this and the coward running away.
To be honest though, I wouldn't hang around either. What's done is done, and I couldn't be bothered with the hassle of interrogation from the police etc.
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Horrible dogs often owned by horrible people, especially as in this particular case, the owner ran off. And why wasn't this person exercising proper control over this animal? There are too many reported incidents with these dogs and far too many idiots ready to defend them. Just one injury is one injury too many. Personally I feel ALL dogs should be muzzled when out and about with their owners, that way nobody can moan they are being discriminated against. Plus, a lot of people would avoid injury.. I am not into any form of pc but nowadays there are so many idiot dog owners around, if they cannot act responsibly then the law must force them to. It's just sad that those who act responsibly have to suffer too. This is absolutely atrocious and surely there is CCTV of this and the coward running away.[/p][/quote]To be honest though, I wouldn't hang around either. What's done is done, and I couldn't be bothered with the hassle of interrogation from the police etc. Career Criminal
  • Score: -12

3:33pm Wed 20 Aug 14

emcee says...

Quote: "New laws were introduced in March meaning attacks on Guide Dogs are treated as seriously as attacks on humans."
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Then let's hope Essex Police leave no stone unturned to find the owner of this out of control, and to be blunt, dangerous dog and prosecute him/her. Then, let's hope the judge hands out a tough prison term to said owner.
However, and call be a cynic if you must, I do not see it going like that. I fear this quest for justice will probably tumble at the first hurdle. If not, quite likely at the second and most certainly at the third.
Quote: "New laws were introduced in March meaning attacks on Guide Dogs are treated as seriously as attacks on humans." - Then let's hope Essex Police leave no stone unturned to find the owner of this out of control, and to be blunt, dangerous dog and prosecute him/her. Then, let's hope the judge hands out a tough prison term to said owner. However, and call be a cynic if you must, I do not see it going like that. I fear this quest for justice will probably tumble at the first hurdle. If not, quite likely at the second and most certainly at the third. emcee
  • Score: 4

4:44pm Wed 20 Aug 14

robb789 says...

CHRISTMAS CAROL wrote:
if it is male kick his private parts and bite them off if you can , that will stop him. If it is female then kick in in the private area as well.
Hope they find the dog , there is no bad dog only a bad owner. Hope OAKE recovers from the ordeal and Mr Holman
Are we still talking about dogs here?
[quote][p][bold]CHRISTMAS CAROL[/bold] wrote: if it is male kick his private parts and bite them off if you can , that will stop him. If it is female then kick in in the private area as well. Hope they find the dog , there is no bad dog only a bad owner. Hope OAKE recovers from the ordeal and Mr Holman[/p][/quote]Are we still talking about dogs here? robb789
  • Score: 4

5:41pm Wed 20 Aug 14

leslog says...

NOT ENOUGH IS DONE RE THESE ,DOGS ,WHEN I VISIT THE PARK THAT IS LANGDON HILLS COUNTRY ,MANY LET DOGS OFF LEADS ,WHY DO WE HAVE TO PROTECT OURSELVES FROM DOGS JUMPING UP YOU,OR PROTECT OUR OWN DOG FROM THEM ,
NOT ENOUGH IS DONE RE THESE ,DOGS ,WHEN I VISIT THE PARK THAT IS LANGDON HILLS COUNTRY ,MANY LET DOGS OFF LEADS ,WHY DO WE HAVE TO PROTECT OURSELVES FROM DOGS JUMPING UP YOU,OR PROTECT OUR OWN DOG FROM THEM , leslog
  • Score: 3

6:26pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Maddogg says...

Career Criminal wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
Horrible dogs often owned by horrible people, especially as in this particular case, the owner ran off. And why wasn't this person exercising proper control over this animal?

There are too many reported incidents with these dogs and far too many idiots ready to defend them. Just one injury is one injury too many.

Personally I feel ALL dogs should be muzzled when out and about with their owners, that way nobody can moan they are being discriminated against. Plus, a lot of people would avoid injury..

I am not into any form of pc but nowadays there are so many idiot dog owners around, if they cannot act responsibly then the law must force them to. It's just sad that those who act responsibly have to suffer too.

This is absolutely atrocious and surely there is CCTV of this and the coward running away.
To be honest though, I wouldn't hang around either. What's done is done, and I couldn't be bothered with the hassle of interrogation from the police etc.
Yeh, but you're a. Kn%b.
[quote][p][bold]Career Criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Horrible dogs often owned by horrible people, especially as in this particular case, the owner ran off. And why wasn't this person exercising proper control over this animal? There are too many reported incidents with these dogs and far too many idiots ready to defend them. Just one injury is one injury too many. Personally I feel ALL dogs should be muzzled when out and about with their owners, that way nobody can moan they are being discriminated against. Plus, a lot of people would avoid injury.. I am not into any form of pc but nowadays there are so many idiot dog owners around, if they cannot act responsibly then the law must force them to. It's just sad that those who act responsibly have to suffer too. This is absolutely atrocious and surely there is CCTV of this and the coward running away.[/p][/quote]To be honest though, I wouldn't hang around either. What's done is done, and I couldn't be bothered with the hassle of interrogation from the police etc.[/p][/quote]Yeh, but you're a. Kn%b. Maddogg
  • Score: 12

6:28pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Calm Down, Calm Down says...

the usual no top on and baseball hat brigade, who think it makes them look hard walking with one of these dogs
the usual no top on and baseball hat brigade, who think it makes them look hard walking with one of these dogs Calm Down, Calm Down
  • Score: 18

6:39pm Wed 20 Aug 14

jonjon1981 says...

his is unfair the owner of he dgog who attacked the guide dog clearl has no respect for animaals of the dog wouldn't have turned out like that. I fear such a person wit no respect for animals will now just kill the poor dog & dispose of it- in hopes of clearing all evidence. They then just go out get another dog & it all happens over again! There needs to be serious consequences for disrespecting animals & allowing them to become feral. Much tougher sentences or this will more commonly be happening to toddlers & babies in prams next. I often hear of dogs attacking other dogs totally unprovoked & no people being punished. This is nothing to do with the animals, the dangerous dogs wouldn't be there at all if it wasn't for people mistreating them & making them dangerous- this is totally down to selfish/irresponsibl
e people as usual!
his is unfair the owner of he dgog who attacked the guide dog clearl has no respect for animaals of the dog wouldn't have turned out like that. I fear such a person wit no respect for animals will now just kill the poor dog & dispose of it- in hopes of clearing all evidence. They then just go out get another dog & it all happens over again! There needs to be serious consequences for disrespecting animals & allowing them to become feral. Much tougher sentences or this will more commonly be happening to toddlers & babies in prams next. I often hear of dogs attacking other dogs totally unprovoked & no people being punished. This is nothing to do with the animals, the dangerous dogs wouldn't be there at all if it wasn't for people mistreating them & making them dangerous- this is totally down to selfish/irresponsibl e people as usual! jonjon1981
  • Score: 10

9:39pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Maddogg says...

jonjon1981 wrote:
his is unfair the owner of he dgog who attacked the guide dog clearl has no respect for animaals of the dog wouldn't have turned out like that. I fear such a person wit no respect for animals will now just kill the poor dog & dispose of it- in hopes of clearing all evidence. They then just go out get another dog & it all happens over again! There needs to be serious consequences for disrespecting animals & allowing them to become feral. Much tougher sentences or this will more commonly be happening to toddlers & babies in prams next. I often hear of dogs attacking other dogs totally unprovoked & no people being punished. This is nothing to do with the animals, the dangerous dogs wouldn't be there at all if it wasn't for people mistreating them & making them dangerous- this is totally down to selfish/irresponsibl

e people as usual!
Totally right.trust a dog, never the owner. Most dogs reflect their upbringing, and the love and care from their owners.
Bought up irresponsibly, and without love and respect, they will reflect the nature of their owners.
All the staffs I know are well cared for , good natured dogs. It's the owners of these , often mistreated " pets" ,that give this breed a bad name.
[quote][p][bold]jonjon1981[/bold] wrote: his is unfair the owner of he dgog who attacked the guide dog clearl has no respect for animaals of the dog wouldn't have turned out like that. I fear such a person wit no respect for animals will now just kill the poor dog & dispose of it- in hopes of clearing all evidence. They then just go out get another dog & it all happens over again! There needs to be serious consequences for disrespecting animals & allowing them to become feral. Much tougher sentences or this will more commonly be happening to toddlers & babies in prams next. I often hear of dogs attacking other dogs totally unprovoked & no people being punished. This is nothing to do with the animals, the dangerous dogs wouldn't be there at all if it wasn't for people mistreating them & making them dangerous- this is totally down to selfish/irresponsibl e people as usual![/p][/quote]Totally right.trust a dog, never the owner. Most dogs reflect their upbringing, and the love and care from their owners. Bought up irresponsibly, and without love and respect, they will reflect the nature of their owners. All the staffs I know are well cared for , good natured dogs. It's the owners of these , often mistreated " pets" ,that give this breed a bad name. Maddogg
  • Score: 3

10:05pm Wed 20 Aug 14

xclare says...

Very sad I hope the dog and owner recover soon . I have a staffie she is 8 now and I've had her since a pup she is the biggest softie but I do understand people think they are all dangerous due to their muscly exterior and idiotic owners like, this I used to think the same till I got my dog . It's never the dog always the owner not all staffies are bad but their are too many idiots who think they look tough by having one and not training it correctly when they are young pups . Hope doggie and owner are back to normal soon
Very sad I hope the dog and owner recover soon . I have a staffie she is 8 now and I've had her since a pup she is the biggest softie but I do understand people think they are all dangerous due to their muscly exterior and idiotic owners like, this I used to think the same till I got my dog . It's never the dog always the owner not all staffies are bad but their are too many idiots who think they look tough by having one and not training it correctly when they are young pups . Hope doggie and owner are back to normal soon xclare
  • Score: 9

6:56am Thu 21 Aug 14

The King of Southend says...

Maddogg wrote:
jonjon1981 wrote:
his is unfair the owner of he dgog who attacked the guide dog clearl has no respect for animaals of the dog wouldn't have turned out like that. I fear such a person wit no respect for animals will now just kill the poor dog & dispose of it- in hopes of clearing all evidence. They then just go out get another dog & it all happens over again! There needs to be serious consequences for disrespecting animals & allowing them to become feral. Much tougher sentences or this will more commonly be happening to toddlers & babies in prams next. I often hear of dogs attacking other dogs totally unprovoked & no people being punished. This is nothing to do with the animals, the dangerous dogs wouldn't be there at all if it wasn't for people mistreating them & making them dangerous- this is totally down to selfish/irresponsibl


e people as usual!
Totally right.trust a dog, never the owner. Most dogs reflect their upbringing, and the love and care from their owners.
Bought up irresponsibly, and without love and respect, they will reflect the nature of their owners.
All the staffs I know are well cared for , good natured dogs. It's the owners of these , often mistreated " pets" ,that give this breed a bad name.
Never trust a dog or any animal.

They are not people.
[quote][p][bold]Maddogg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jonjon1981[/bold] wrote: his is unfair the owner of he dgog who attacked the guide dog clearl has no respect for animaals of the dog wouldn't have turned out like that. I fear such a person wit no respect for animals will now just kill the poor dog & dispose of it- in hopes of clearing all evidence. They then just go out get another dog & it all happens over again! There needs to be serious consequences for disrespecting animals & allowing them to become feral. Much tougher sentences or this will more commonly be happening to toddlers & babies in prams next. I often hear of dogs attacking other dogs totally unprovoked & no people being punished. This is nothing to do with the animals, the dangerous dogs wouldn't be there at all if it wasn't for people mistreating them & making them dangerous- this is totally down to selfish/irresponsibl e people as usual![/p][/quote]Totally right.trust a dog, never the owner. Most dogs reflect their upbringing, and the love and care from their owners. Bought up irresponsibly, and without love and respect, they will reflect the nature of their owners. All the staffs I know are well cared for , good natured dogs. It's the owners of these , often mistreated " pets" ,that give this breed a bad name.[/p][/quote]Never trust a dog or any animal. They are not people. The King of Southend
  • Score: 7

9:49am Thu 21 Aug 14

Career Criminal says...

Maddogg wrote:
Career Criminal wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
Horrible dogs often owned by horrible people, especially as in this particular case, the owner ran off. And why wasn't this person exercising proper control over this animal?

There are too many reported incidents with these dogs and far too many idiots ready to defend them. Just one injury is one injury too many.

Personally I feel ALL dogs should be muzzled when out and about with their owners, that way nobody can moan they are being discriminated against. Plus, a lot of people would avoid injury..

I am not into any form of pc but nowadays there are so many idiot dog owners around, if they cannot act responsibly then the law must force them to. It's just sad that those who act responsibly have to suffer too.

This is absolutely atrocious and surely there is CCTV of this and the coward running away.
To be honest though, I wouldn't hang around either. What's done is done, and I couldn't be bothered with the hassle of interrogation from the police etc.
Yeh, but you're a. Kn%b.
So is your mum.
[quote][p][bold]Maddogg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Career Criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Horrible dogs often owned by horrible people, especially as in this particular case, the owner ran off. And why wasn't this person exercising proper control over this animal? There are too many reported incidents with these dogs and far too many idiots ready to defend them. Just one injury is one injury too many. Personally I feel ALL dogs should be muzzled when out and about with their owners, that way nobody can moan they are being discriminated against. Plus, a lot of people would avoid injury.. I am not into any form of pc but nowadays there are so many idiot dog owners around, if they cannot act responsibly then the law must force them to. It's just sad that those who act responsibly have to suffer too. This is absolutely atrocious and surely there is CCTV of this and the coward running away.[/p][/quote]To be honest though, I wouldn't hang around either. What's done is done, and I couldn't be bothered with the hassle of interrogation from the police etc.[/p][/quote]Yeh, but you're a. Kn%b.[/p][/quote]So is your mum. Career Criminal
  • Score: -9

12:57pm Thu 21 Aug 14

297595 says...

This is what happens when any old scumbag can go out and buy a pet. IQ tests should be mandatory to have pets and kids.
This is what happens when any old scumbag can go out and buy a pet. IQ tests should be mandatory to have pets and kids. 297595
  • Score: 8

3:11pm Thu 21 Aug 14

sesibollox says...

Ban dogs as pets, let people have mice...
Ban dogs as pets, let people have mice... sesibollox
  • Score: 2

10:57pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Kursaal76 says...

pembury53 wrote:
Kursaal76 wrote:
Jack222 wrote:
Staffs should be banned. Simple. Yes, my dog was mauled by one as well...
my dog a staffie got attacked by a Labrador we should ban them as well then? lets just ban every dog that bites.
are you serious ! if your staff lost to a labrador it must be a right poof !
my dog a poof for not fighting back! that just proves I have brought my dog up well. you are just a silly idiot and a bigot. shame you cant keep your wife on a lead herd she likes to use her teeth to much. should tell her use less teeth you will make more money from her. could also do with loosing a bit of weight, no one wants a fat prostitute.
[quote][p][bold]pembury53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kursaal76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Staffs should be banned. Simple. Yes, my dog was mauled by one as well...[/p][/quote]my dog a staffie got attacked by a Labrador we should ban them as well then? lets just ban every dog that bites.[/p][/quote]are you serious ! if your staff lost to a labrador it must be a right poof ![/p][/quote]my dog a poof for not fighting back! that just proves I have brought my dog up well. you are just a silly idiot and a bigot. shame you cant keep your wife on a lead herd she likes to use her teeth to much. should tell her use less teeth you will make more money from her. could also do with loosing a bit of weight, no one wants a fat prostitute. Kursaal76
  • Score: 0
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