Sticks and Daft Dogs

Started by: FAT MICK (1545) 

Big debate going on about daft dogs chasing sticks today because Monty Dons dads dog died, the dogs begins to use sticks as toys and many dogs will begin chewing on the stick. Wood splinters easily when chewed on and shards can jam into the dog's mouth causing an infection.
Also if pieces of wood are swallowed, it can cause intestinal blockage.
But not only that, when the dogs as finish running and barking about, the stick will then be left in the middle of the path, and making a hazards for cyclist. runners and walkers

Started: 12th Aug 2020 at 15:20

Posted by: sonlyme (2623)

So what you are saying mick is all dogs should be put down to make way for daft cyclists.What next, women with prams and children running about.
Its you that should be banned from the road and footpath you are a complete menace with a total disregard for anyone else.

Replied: 12th Aug 2020 at 15:47

Posted by: peebee (458) 

Big Debate, just who are these big wigs. I think there should be a MASSIVE debate on cyclists ringing their bells and the effect that has on poor old tinnitus sufferers like miself.

Replied: 12th Aug 2020 at 16:03

Posted by: momac (10918) 

Ignore the idiot,and he might go away..

Replied: 12th Aug 2020 at 16:27

Posted by: FAT MICK (1545) 

Frank nobody is saying that all dogs should be put down, but they should be brought under control, same with lazy fishermen who leave lines on hooks , to kill our wildlife.
Peebee the big debate was on the Jeremy Vine radio program on radio 2 today

Replied: 12th Aug 2020 at 16:35

Posted by: momac (10918) 

I think we all know that you shouldn't throw sticks for dogs,unfortunately Monty didn't, and to keep the story correct his dog did not die but is having ( or had) surgery.

Replied: 12th Aug 2020 at 16:46

Posted by: tonker (21860) 

Nigel !

Replied: 12th Aug 2020 at 19:13

Posted by: TerryW (4789)

Nigel died earlier this year, nice dog it was, Nellie is the one in the news now.

Replied: 12th Aug 2020 at 19:29


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