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Here Comes Trouble

By Ridgeway
This brat ruined a lovely relaxing walk a few weeks back.This photo was taken before he caused single paw'd two fights in 4 minutes.
Poor aul Shadow just isnt up to it any more,,just as well Baily was around to put her oar in so to speak.
I can not for the life of me understand how owners let dogs like this out of lead.
Muzzled and under control.
End of problem.

Nice looking dog pity about the aggressive tendencies.
The owner would be the first to sing there dog responsibilities are second to none,,,,I wish.
I do think strongly that owners and there dogs should be reported for their neglect.



Tags: Dog Beach Sand Fight Run Walk Trouble Pets and captive animals

Voters: lianna, andylea, User_Removed and 12 more

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lianna 8 13 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2011 12:10AM
A beautiful portrait aiden!!! So well presented also!!! Fantastic x x

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andylea 9 37 1 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2011 12:10AM
brilliant detail aidan wonderful colour and comp it's not the dog's fault it's the oweners it should be kept on a lead and under control nice one Wink
User_Removed 9 26 2 United States
18 Jan 2011 12:30AM
Print out this picture and your writeup and take it with you on your next walk. Surely there must be an owner somewhere nearby to give it to. Not nice to be an irresponsible owner - in fact, it could be dangerous.
taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
18 Jan 2011 12:47AM
He does look like trouble!
for sure!

CarolG 11 199 20 Greece
18 Jan 2011 6:03AM
He looks like he has a luggage label on his collar, put him on the nearest aeroplane to the furthest destination possible! Such a shame that there are so many irresponsible owners around, they should be hauled over the coals for allowing their dog to roam free and cause no end of trouble. Carol
gingerdelight 11 298 11 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2011 9:07AM
Firstly can I say I agree entirely with you about out of control dogs! Why oh why can't owners take control? Nuff said!!
Congrats on getting such a great shot before it all kicked off!
Ray42 10 3 England
18 Jan 2011 9:11AM
A great shot - some dogs are trained well but unfortunately some are not - I took some shots of a beagle pack at the week end and the control over 29 dogs (14 pairs + 1) was a pleasure to watch especially good when you think of how excited they were to go for their walk
barbarahirst 9 27 12 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2011 12:24PM
I always feel sorry for the dogs .... if not trained properly .... how do they know
I cross over the road sometimes just to avoid confrontation ... first with the dog and then the owner
Ridgeway 11 222 2 Ireland
18 Jan 2011 6:22PM
This is a subject close to my heart.
While walking guide dogs I have in the past had problems with dogs such as this one.
Sadly when the majority of owners are approached it is plain to see where there dogs get there attitude.

A fine beast,,,mores the pity.
Source 7
18 Jan 2011 11:30PM
Fantastic capture and great title
Sus 13 3.2k 9 England
23 Jan 2011 11:30PM
No owner likes to have a difficult dog, so although I'd say blame the owner not the dog, give the benefit of the doubt first, and suggest that they teach their dog a good recall so it does not cause trouble. They may be very embarrassed and troubled by their dogs behaviour, but will defend them if you are hostile. They may not be, in which case remind them its their legal responsibility to keep the dog under control! Best to keep a good distance between your lot and any shady looking characters, should be possible on a beach. Maybe this is just an insecure dog who's owner has just watched too many Dog whisperer programmes and decided to grapple him to the ground to 'cure him'. Cue an insecure dog who is even more insecure as he can't even trust his owner. Who knows.
Maria5 7 2 Spain
16 Apr 2011 2:07PM
Beautiful pic, and I agree with your views. Did you finally use any pic editors to edit any of your photos? I remember you asked me about them Smile

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