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orkneycadian

Divil dugs

I see folk are still getting ripped to bits by divil dugs;

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-29309358

Fortunatley (if such a thing can be so), in this case, it was not an innocent child or passer by, but the owner.

I thought we as a country banned them years ago?
SleveranGeordie

Re: Divil dugs

orkneycadian wrote:
I thought we as a country banned them years ago?


The legislation got it the wrong way round - they allowed the dogs to be euthanised but not the owners.
susie

Re: Divil dugs

orkneycadian wrote:
I see folk are still getting ripped to bits by divil dugs;

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-29309358

Fortunatley (if such a thing can be so), in this case, it was not an innocent child or passer by, but the owner.

I thought we as a country banned them years ago?


Like many folk I been around dogs all my life. I like border collies best but I've had labs and spaniels. I can say one thing about all the dogs I've had, and I extend this to all breeds, you can never, ever trust them 100%.
To think otherwise is foolish, particularly when babies or children are involved.
mrsbradey

Re: Divil dugs

orkneycadian wrote:
I see folk are still getting ripped to bits by divil dugs;

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-29309358

Fortunatley (if such a thing can be so), in this case, it was not an innocent child or passer by, but the owner.

I thought we as a country banned them years ago?


I watched a programme about this a few weeks back about this, and apparently, they allow people to keep them if they are ok'd as sensible owners by police, RSPCA , SSPCA etc!! I was quite surprised by this, and watched in disbelief when they let  a completely inappropriate owner keep her TWO american Pit bull dogs!!

The mind boggles Shocked
RagnarRocks

I've had dogs all my life and can honestly say the vast majority of dogs are trustworthy but only if you treat them well and set the usual blu dries from the time they are pups.

Problems nowadays seems to be chavs having huge dogs without any idea how to control them and unfortunately when things go wrong with some of these breeds they are so big and powerful the outcome isn't good
RagnarRocks

I've had dogs all my life and can honestly say the vast majority of dogs are trustworthy but only if you treat them well and set the usual boundaries  from the time they are pups.

Problems nowadays seems to be chavs having huge dogs without any idea how to control them and unfortunately when things go wrong with some of these breeds they are so big and powerful the outcome isn't good
orkneycadian

Time they were treated the same way as cars.  You need a drivers licence to say that you are competent to handle one, an annual "tax" to keep it, and registration.  If you stray from the law, you lose your licence.  Simples.

Just like with cars, the bigger the dog, the more the annual tax disc.  Little yappy things that keep old widows company, but barely have the ability to worry a midgie can have a low annual licence to reflect their owners pension.  Chavs who want a Rottweiler will have to find a few grand a year to tax them.

Penalty points for every turd left lying on a pavement.  12 points and you lose your licence, and your dog.
RagnarRocks

Well in your utopian society my 7 labs would be out on their ears. And as they never go in town turds aren't a problem but I'm more than happy to post you a few instead of paying a licence fee
orkneycadian

One the tax scale of Smart for 2 up to Lamborghini, a Lab probably comes in about Renault Megane.  So probably affordable for 7 of them!
RagnarRocks

orkneycadian wrote:
One the tax scale of Smart for 2 up to Lamborghini, a Lab probably comes in about Renault Megane.  So probably affordable for 7 of them!


So you're equating my labs to some piece of shit French car feck me ha have ya no shame. If you hear noises tonight it will be my highly trained ninja assassin labs in yer roof !💀
orkneycadian

Och, ye drive (pun intended) a hard bargain....

Go on then, BMW 1 series.
RagnarRocks

orkneycadian wrote:
Och, ye drive (pun intended) a hard bargain....

Go on then, BMW 1 series.



Yer a wee bit late I hear they landed other side of the firth fifteen minutes ago and are aboot sniffin ya doon. Mind I'm not sure a BMW 1 series will work in your favour.


Listen fae tha howls aboot midnite  Idea
mrsbradey

I've met rags dogs, and believe me you wouldn't want them waking you up round midnight. I must say though after the initial exited hellos (when I calmed down) they were great! Certainly no probs with 'rules, boundries and limitations' there!!

If only they could say the same for me!!! Did you get the red wine stain oot of yer floor??!!! Embarassed
RagnarRocks

mrsbradey wrote:
I've met rags dogs, and believe me you wouldn't want them waking you up round midnight. I must say though after the initial exited hellos (when I calmed down) they were great! Certainly no probs with 'rules, boundries and limitations' there!!

If only they could say the same for me!!! Did you get the red wine stain oot of yer floor??!!! Embarassed



Aye it's all gone must be nearly time for another session
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mrsbradey

RagnarRocks wrote:
mrsbradey wrote:
I've met rags dogs, and believe me you wouldn't want them waking you up round midnight. I must say though after the initial exited hellos (when I calmed down) they were great! Certainly no probs with 'rules, boundries and limitations' there!!

If only they could say the same for me!!! Did you get the red wine stain oot of yer floor??!!! Embarassed



Aye it's all gone must be nearly time for another session
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I'm finding it difficult not to agree!!!
RagnarRocks

mrsbradey wrote:
RagnarRocks wrote:
mrsbradey wrote:
I've met rags dogs, and believe me you wouldn't want them waking you up round midnight. I must say though after the initial exited hellos (when I calmed down) they were great! Certainly no probs with 'rules, boundries and limitations' there!!

If only they could say the same for me!!! Did you get the red wine stain oot of yer floor??!!! Embarassed



Aye it's all gone must be nearly time for another session
🍷🍷🍹🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍷🍷🍷🍹🍹🍸
I'm finding it difficult not to agree!!!



Name time and date plus food choice you know the place
orkneycadian

RagnarRocks wrote:
orkneycadian wrote:
One the tax scale of Smart for 2 up to Lamborghini, a Lab probably comes in about Renault Megane.  So probably affordable for 7 of them!


So you're equating my labs to some piece of shit French car feck me ha have ya no shame. If you hear noises tonight it will be my highly trained ninja assassin labs in yer roof !💀


Right, so making that posting was indeed a mistake.  The dogs did indeed arrive about the back of midnight.  Not sure about being trained ninja labs, but they ate the hens breakfast, crapped on the flat roof and shagged the caddy lamb (which is not much of a lamb anymore....)
RagnarRocks

orkneycadian wrote:
RagnarRocks wrote:
orkneycadian wrote:
One the tax scale of Smart for 2 up to Lamborghini, a Lab probably comes in about Renault Megane.  So probably affordable for 7 of them!


So you're equating my labs to some piece of shit French car feck me ha have ya no shame. If you hear noises tonight it will be my highly trained ninja assassin labs in yer roof !💀


Right, so making that posting was indeed a mistake.  The dogs did indeed arrive about the back of midnight.  Not sure about being trained ninja labs, but they ate the hens breakfast, crapped on the flat roof and shagged the caddy lamb (which is not much of a lamb anymore....)


Consider yourself fortunate I did indeed get a message to them before the strike was planned they felt after all the effort some kind of action was required 💩. 🐓. 🐏
rogermellie

"All the men came out with spades and golf clubs trying to get the dogs off. "

if the men had time to run in and grab the paedo lynch mob tools they keep in the porch then there's no way their stay at home unemployable jammie wearing wimmin didn't come running out with their phones

WHERE'S THE FOOTAGE ?!
susie

Being exceedingly unemployable myself I would still be in negotiations with Titbits magazine allowing them exclusive rights to my crap video coverage. As I am also a stay at home wifey, well, of course I wear jammies 24 hours a day, postie doesn't seem to mind and the neighbours are too far up their own arses to notice.
orkneycadian

Is that why the post on the other side of Reay-ish takes so long to get delivered?
RagnarRocks

No that's because they have to pass through the politburo postal checking station rumoured to have had a big yes sign outside recently
susie

orkneycadian wrote:
Is that why the post on the other side of Reay-ish takes so long to get delivered?

Hell aye.
orkneycadian

Sounds like you need one of these ninja divil killer lab dugs to repel the postie with.
mrsbradey

susie wrote:
Being exceedingly unemployable myself I would still be in negotiations with Titbits magazine allowing them exclusive rights to my crap video coverage. As I am also a stay at home wifey, well, of course I wear jammies 24 hours a day, postie doesn't seem to mind and the neighbours are too far up their own arses to notice.


Well you do live in Reay susie!!!!
rogermellie

i don't know what's wrong with me

have read up on this story and the guy was lucky to survive and nearly had his arm ripped off

despite this i'm thinking how much this divil dug wielding twat will cost the nhs and then claim maximum disability for the trauma

if i'd have been there, my youngest would have filmed it while i 'rescued' the poor fucker with my terrible aim
susie

mrsbradey wrote:
susie wrote:
Being exceedingly unemployable myself I would still be in negotiations with Titbits magazine allowing them exclusive rights to my crap video coverage. As I am also a stay at home wifey, well, of course I wear jammies 24 hours a day, postie doesn't seem to mind and the neighbours are too far up their own arses to notice.


Well you do live in Reay susie!!!!

True, very true. Proving, yet again, that I have lived a sinful life. I reside now, in my dotage, on the banks of the Styx. It feels like that every day.
orkneycadian

And yet another infant killed by an out of control dog.  Sad  Sad  Sad

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-northamptonshire-29491535

And still no sign of any action from either Scottish or UK governments to stem the heartbreaking attack after attack from dogs that are not under control, or are of a savage breed, despite their owners claiming "he's never done anything like this before".

Time for a fit for purpose dog licencing scheme.
mrsbradey

orkneycadian wrote:
And yet another infant killed by an out of control dog.  Sad  Sad  Sad

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-northamptonshire-29491535

And still no sign of any action from either Scottish or UK governments to stem the heartbreaking attack after attack from dogs that are not under control, or are of a savage breed, despite their owners claiming "he's never done anything like this before".

Time for a fit for purpose dog licencing scheme.


I think a fit for purpose parent licensing scheme might also be introduced!!

Along with the saying;

         " he's never done that before"

We could add;

         "I only took my eyes off him for a second"

Really? !!! Rolling Eyes
orkneycadian

Not sure I could get a licence for my parents!

Its partly comforting to see someone from Daventry District Council is saying this is a wake up call for the re-introduction of dog licencing.  But it needs to be more than a case of simply turning up at the post office with your 37p and getting a bit of paper.
orkneycadian

I see that even the neighbours in Morning Star road in Daventry have described them as Divil Dugs;

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-n...dog-attack-neighbours-say-4386880

as well as describing them as "pitbull type dogs"

When will we learn and do something about this?
ducati

Don't get too wound up Orky. These tragedies only seem to affect a certain element of our society that we don't give a crap about so let 'em get on with it. Razz
orkneycadian

Not just the most fair, Duke, to the 6 month old bairn that is no more.

And it might no be a bairn on a housing scheme next time, but someone like yourself, walking down the street.
ducati

orkneycadian wrote:
Not just the most fair, Duke, to the 6 month old bairn that is no more.

And it might no be a bairn on a housing scheme next time, but someone like yourself, walking down the street.


Good God! I don't walk down the street, certainly not their streets! Shocked
orkneycadian

Looks like someone had a lucky escape from this one;

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-29757923

Although they could do with sharpening up their accuracy.  However, I expect that when you are being pursued by a snarling divil dug that is intent on eating you, then the fact you are shiting yourself may have a detrimental effect on your aim.
mrsbradey

From the angle of entry of the bolt, I would say the dog was running away from the perpetrator.

Probably escaped from its junkiechavmiester owner in a bid for freedom!!! Sad
Jax

orkneycadian wrote:
Looks like someone had a lucky escape from this one;

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-29757923

Although they could do with sharpening up their accuracy.  However, I expect that when you are being pursued by a snarling divil dug that is intent on eating you, then the fact you are shiting yourself may have a detrimental effect on your aim.


Tell me your having a laugh, this poor dog looks like it has been used as sport. Not acceptable on any level.

Its not the dogs fault, its the humans!
RagnarRocks

Just shows how sick society is becoming when people will do this to an animal for fun .  Mad
orkneycadian

All depends on the circumstances.

What is highly conspicuous by its absence in this case is the "loving owner" saying that "Ziggy woud never hurt a fly".  He appears to have no owner, and is presently in boarding kennels, according to;

http://www.westerndailypress.co.u.../story-23390741-detail/story.html

So there are all sorts of potential scenarios including;

1.  His owner had too many near misses with him.  Maybe he nearly savaged the owners child, and the owner thought he would put him down on the cheap before he killed a kid

2.  He was found worrying livestock and someone tried to legally shoot him (not quite sure if using a crossbow is legal, but shooting a dog that is worrying livestock certainly is)

3.  He was out in remote woodland with his owner who was doing a bit of crossbowing, and turned on him, so the owner shot him in self defence.

With the absence of a "loving owner" and the dog being found in "remote woodland", this doesn't sound like your average Glasgow housing estate "sport shooting"
mrsbradey

Or simply, some sick chavvy bastardos were just tormenting the poor beast, as they do!!

In terms of shooting accuracy, close but no cigar!!
orkneycadian

So whee is the owner, pictured hugging Ziggy saying how pleased he/she is to have him back, and calling for a ban on NEETS?
mrsbradey

I really feel for these poor dogs, at the mercy of humans their whole life!

There is no loving owner pictured because like many (not all) Staffies, their owners are wankers and don't give a fuck about their dogs, they just wear them like jewelry!!

The irony is that Staffies are one of the most loyal, obedient and loving dogs you will find, especially with children!!  Shocked
orkneycadian

...and seem to be the most common breed that get mentioned in mauling reports, of children or otherwise.  

They should be added to the dangerous dogs list (heaven knows why they are not on it already, and if they are, why no-one seems to pay a blind hoot of notice) and then the "fit for purpose" dog licencing system should be implemented to ensure the safety of the population, especially children.
ducati

I don't have an issue with dangerous dogs. Or Crocodiles , Tigers, Snakes or any other animal that has a high potential for killing it's numpty owner. Natural selection takes all forms.

If anyone shot my dog BTW, legal or no, they would wake up to the smell of burning bedclothes.
orkneycadian

Rare and loving dog?

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-ne...roya-spanish-presa-canario-hanged

Shocked

Number 2 on this list of the worlds most dangerous divil dugs!

http://www.planetdeadly.com/animals/dangerous-dogs

The Perro de Presa Canario or Canary Dog is one of the most intimidating looking dogs you will find. Its enormous, square head is almost as wide as it is long. It has the body to match too; big boned and muscular the Presa Canario can weigh around 60kg (130lbs). Bred as a fighting dog they retain a good degree of this aggression making them only suitable for experienced dog owners. If not shown absolute authority the Presa Canario can be an extremely dangerous dog. It is also said they gain aggression in numbers as they are pack dogs. This is certainly borne out by a number of fatal attacks most notably that of a San Francisco woman who was torn apart by a pair of these dogs owned by her neighbour.
The Presa Canario is banned in many countries.

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