pitbullmamaliz wrote:None of my neighbors seem to have heard of leashes/tethers. Inara and I always have a dog running over to us. We were recently attacked by a French Bulldog (I use the word "attacked" loosely - it could've turned ugly if Inara was in the least ill-tempered. I actually picked her up to get her away from the dog.). But I'm very passive-aggressive, and don't want to alienate myself from the neighbors, so I just grit my teeth and smile politely as they saunter over to get their dogs. But then I go call my husband and say I'm going to call AC. I haven't. But I may!
Romanwild wrote:I've been very lucky so far. The mistake I'm making now is I'm walking 2 pit bulls at the same time. I have a whole strategy for controlling them when a dog aproaches but I know I'm taking a risk.
When it was just Dreyfus and I, I would always scoop him up in my arms. Can't do that with two dogs.
SisMorphine wrote:The people asked my friend (who was closer) what kind of dogs they were. "A Greyhound, a Dutch Shepherd and a pit bull." "Oooh . . . a pit bull" and they put their puppies back on leash. I said "Actually the pit bull is fine with other dogs, really likes small dogs, but Greyhounds chase small fluffy white things so you're pretty lucky those two weren't lunch. There's a reason for the leash rule here." They huffed and puffed and walked hastily past us.
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