lipshipsattitude wrote:I told him my story, I told him of my stuborness, I then told him that his story has changed EVERYTHING about the way I will take care of my girl in the future. So I offer my apology to all of you but most of all Michelle. Thank you for not backing down, thank you for putting me in my place. God Bless
No apology necessary. I'm glad that you are not doing the "it would never happen to me" thing, because many people are so set in their ways that nothing will ever change them. The fact that you are willing to change what you are doing just shows that you are responsible and that you want to do what is best for your dog. We all had to start somewhere!
This story is aweful... a similar thing happened in my area a few weeks ago. It wasn't a Pit Bull, but a dog was dead that woudln't have been accessable had the owner not left it outside when he wasn't home.