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16-02-2012, 20:01   #1
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Irresponsibility of pet owners

What do boardsies thing about pet owners that allow their pets to roam the street? Personally I hate them.

I'm sure most people know about the new law that allows us to use reasonable force on an intruder on your property but do you think should we be allowed use this on animals?
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What do boardsies thing about pet owners that allow their pets to roam the street? Personally I hate them.

I'm sure most people know about the new law that allows us to use reasonable force on an intruder on your property but do you think should we be allowed use this on animals?
Farmers can.
Lambing season...... dog spotted....... Bang Bang
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What do boardsies thing about pet owners that allow their pets to roam the street? Personally I hate them.

I'm sure most people know about the new law that allows us to use reasonable force on an intruder on your property but do you think should we be allowed use this on animals?
What do you mean by reasonable force?
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I have a neighbour constantly giving out to me about my Labrador supposedly "chasing his son on his bike"


What a mongo, our Goldie doesn't even have a bike lol !

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What do boardsies thing about pet owners that allow their pets to roam the street? Personally I hate them.
We should just kill all the animals and be done with it. How dare the fuzzy little ****ers invade our world.
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Lambing season...... dog spotted....... Bang Bang
I know that, but if a cat or dog wanders into my front garden to do its business do you not think i should be allowed give it a good kick without the risk of being sued.
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What do you mean by reasonable force?
a good toe up the hole of a dog that tries to shite on your lawn
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its not on.

People down our street let their dog escape. The thing ran out and attacked my son. Needless to say the dog warden was called and the dog was put down that week.

They hate us now. But my son is scarred for life on his leg.

Stupid X dog owners.
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I know that, but if a cat or dog wanders into my front garden to do its business do you not think i should be allowed give it a good kick without the risk of being sued.
They can't even speak, how the hell do you think they are gonna sue?!!
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What do boardsies thing about pet owners that allow their pets to roam the street? Personally I hate them.

I'm sure most people know about the new law that allows us to use reasonable force on an intruder on your property but do you think should we be allowed use this on animals?
If you could use "reasonable force" against animals, how would my cats be able to take a dump in your garden? I think that it is you who is being unreasonable Sir.
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I know that, but if a cat or dog wanders into my front garden to do its business do you not think i should be allowed give it a good kick without the risk of being sued.

A dog can't sue you.
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What do you mean by reasonable force?
I remember when someone's daughter was badly bitten by a loose dog. The reaction from the parent was

"Give me five minutes alone with that b*stard dog".
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I know that, but if a cat or dog wanders into my front garden to do its business do you not think i should be allowed give it a good kick without the risk of being sued.
Find out who owns the cat or dog and go and shít in their garden
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its not on.

People down our street let their dog escape. The thing ran out and attacked my son. Needless to say the dog warden was called and the dog was put down that week.

They hate us now. But my son is scarred for life on his leg.

Stupid X dog owners.
Would you not have preferred to carry out the punishment yourself?

I was bitten by dogs twice as a youngster. Neither of them were put down.
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