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#529515 - 7th Jun 2011 10:14pm youths in parks with dangerous dogs
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Hi people

I was walking my own dog, around our local park in Birkenhead and noticed a group of youths acting a menise, running around with there dogs off the lead and not mussled, i felt threatend just walking over the other side of the park, so i took a short cut through the streets just to get home, has anyone come across this problem
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#529522 - 7th Jun 2011 10:25pm Re: youths in parks with dangerous dogs [Re: lemonhead]
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What park are you taking about,and what time where you there.
Glad you got home ok

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#529526 - 7th Jun 2011 10:29pm Re: youths in parks with dangerous dogs [Re: Fireblade]
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Thanks for your concern, i am ok i was over the other side, i justed didnt want to walk passed them, i would rather not say what park, it was about 8.30 tonight
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#529530 - 7th Jun 2011 10:33pm Re: youths in parks with dangerous dogs [Re: lemonhead]
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Hi i'm not sure why u dont want to say which park,but as your LOC is tranmere so i reckon its not one of the two parks in Bhead,ie by Park high school

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#529555 - 7th Jun 2011 11:37pm Re: youths in parks with dangerous dogs [Re: lemonhead]
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Welcome to Birkenhead lmfao!!!
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#529575 - 8th Jun 2011 12:23am Re: youths in parks with dangerous dogs [Re: lemonhead]
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I walk round both parks two three times a week
and i've never seen any trouble

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#529619 - 8th Jun 2011 7:55am Re: youths in parks with dangerous dogs [Re: lemonhead]
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What dogs where they? And what makes the OP think they should be muzzled?? As far as I'm aware it's only breeds named in the Dangerous Dogs Act that have to be muzzled in public. I know from walking my own dogs in Central park, that their are a few owners who need muzzling but their dogs are fine lol. I agree that if you're on your own, gangs of lads can feel intimidating.

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#529626 - 8th Jun 2011 8:27am Re: youths in parks with dangerous dogs [Re: lemonhead]
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Personally, I think they should muzzle all dogs who are off leads (indeed perhaps all dogs in public?) as any dog, can be a menace/vicious. I saw an incendent just a couple of days ago, where a rotty, a poodle and a mongrel (cudnt tell the cross) where going for a walk. The mongrel was a lively dog (looked as harmless as a fly though), the other two were spot-on - next thing you know it jumps over the fence of the park/gardens and hurtles towards another dog, starts biting it, the owner goes mad screaming (of the dog that was being bitten) and it runs off back to its owners, who quickly scarpered.

The woman whos dog was bitten was shouting at them, understandably, saying she was going to call the plod, and what would they have done if it was a child that dog had got ahold of!

I have since found out from Mel, that she had seen the same dog previously trying to attack a man, barking like crazy at him, the owner struggling to regain control of the dog, and all the guy was doing was walking through the same park.

Out of order, and it goes to show that its not just dangerous dogs etc who can be a menace, pretty much any dog can, and all dogs should be muzzled when in public; if that dog had decided to go for a child, it doesnt bear thinking about!

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#529628 - 8th Jun 2011 8:38am Re: youths in parks with dangerous dogs [Re: MattLFC]
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Originally Posted By: MattLFC
Personally, I think they should muzzle all dogs who are off leads (indeed perhaps all dogs in public?)


I would like to propose an alternative:

People should get cats. Cats rock. That way we could all enjoy caturday and cheezburgers together in peace. smile
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#529629 - 8th Jun 2011 8:42am Re: youths in parks with dangerous dogs [Re: ex0__]
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Originally Posted By: ex0__
Originally Posted By: MattLFC
Personally, I think they should muzzle all dogs who are off leads (indeed perhaps all dogs in public?)


I would like to propose an alternative:

People should get cats. Cats rock. That way we could all enjoy caturday and cheezburgers together in peace. smile

Yerrrr! Fully in agreement, and cats always smell and like to keep themselves clean, not like smelly dogs!

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#529643 - 8th Jun 2011 9:23am Re: youths in parks with dangerous dogs [Re: ex0__]
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Originally Posted By: ex0__
That way we could all enjoy caturday and cheezburgers together in peace. smile


I can haz cheezeburger? tease

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#529646 - 8th Jun 2011 9:26am Re: youths in parks with dangerous dogs [Re: MattLFC]
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Originally Posted By: MattLFC
I have since found out from Mel, that she had seen the same dog previously trying to attack a man, barking like crazy at him, the owner struggling to regain control of the dog, and all the guy was doing was walking through the same park.



I saw them again yesterday, the same dog kept running for everyone who walked through and the owner couldn't keep hold of the lead, he ended up falling over running after him!
Mum once saw two kids with a dog who let him attack and kill another dog in the park frown

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#529677 - 8th Jun 2011 11:09am Re: youths in parks with dangerous dogs [Re: ex0__]
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Originally Posted By: ex0__

I would like to propose an alternative:

People should get cats. Cats rock. That way we could all enjoy caturday and cheezburgers together in peace. smile



If you follow this advice, make sure you keep them in.

With the rapid rise in food and beer prices your pride and joy is likely to end up as the meat content in a dipso's "roof rabbit" stew!

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#529766 - 8th Jun 2011 1:54pm Re: youths in parks with dangerous dogs [Re: lemonhead]
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Stiil cant understand Y he wont say which park,perhaps its a load of ollox?????????


Edited by Fireblade (8th Jun 2011 1:55pm)

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#529787 - 8th Jun 2011 2:24pm Re: youths in parks with dangerous dogs [Re: lemonhead]
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Originally Posted By: lemonhead
Thanks for your concern, i am ok i was over the other side, i justed didnt want to walk passed them, i would rather not say what park, it was about 8.30 tonight


What do you mean???? SAY which park or say nothing! I thought the idea of your post was to warn people???!!!
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