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Another child dies from a dog attack :-(

tracyhay Avatar
6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/8627361.stm

how many children have to die before parents learn, its so sad she was only 18 months old still just a baby
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#2
just ban dogs, same as every other law passed these days, a few can't be trusted so a complete ban.......
#3
I wouldn't risk having a dog in my house if i had a young child.
#4
Alfonse
just ban dogs, same as every other law passed these days, a few can be trusted so a complete ban.......


maybe a bit drastic:w00t: there are many responsible owners out there, lol just seen your edit!
#5
tracyhay
maybe a bit drastic:w00t: there are many responsible owners out there


my comment covered it though, ie 2/3 deaths from that legal high drug and now its banned simples,
#6
terrible shame -

why though in these incidents - when they get in the news - do the the kiddies always seem to be with grandparents ? -
#7
i dont get it, ive had my dog 4 years and even tho i trust her with my children, i never leave them in the same room together (just incase), even if i go to the loo the dog gets put in the kitchen
#8
Alfonse
my comment covered it though, ie 2/3 deaths from that legal high drug and now its banned simples,


I think it would work different in this case, not so easy to hid a dog, can hide a few pills in your pocket easy! dont think they would ever do that though
#9
babyxxxxx
i dont get it, ive had my dog 4 years and even tho i trust her with my children, i never leave them in the same room together (just incase), even if i go to the loo the dog gets put in the kitchen


+1 we had a little toy poddle, kids could kick it out the way easy, but I still shut him away when I was not in the room, he was a very gentle natured dog too but you never know what could make your dog snap, until its too late, I am personally more of a cat person, usually people tell me how dangerous it is to have cats with kids, especially when they are younger, but how often do you hear about cats killing babies?
#10
keep the dogs, get rid of the kids, they only grow up spoilt, lol
banned#11
Very sad
1 Like #12
Once a dog over steps the mark - which is what mine did last year when he snapped at the bairns neck and left a mark, i knew i had to put him to sleep. I had the dog well before the bairns were born - and it absolutely destroyed me. Hardest decision i've ever had to make. The problem with most of these fatal attacks, is the dog has usually snapped and warned the child previously. Sad to say, but i think it's the owners fault in most cases.
banned#13
I agree with Alf, lets ban all dogs, since its clear there are too many complete muppets in this country now to control them.
#14
texfitz;8389185
Once a dog over steps the mark - which is what mine did last year when he snapped at the bairns neck and left a mark, i knew i had to put him to sleep. I had the dog well before the bairns were born - and it absolutely destroyed me. Hardest decision i've ever had to make. The problem with most of these fatal attacks, is the dog has usually snapped and warned the child previously. Sad to say, but i think it's the owners fault in most cases.


so through no fault of your dogs you put him down :?

:cry:
banned#15
texfitz
Once a dog over steps the mark - which is what mine did last year when he snapped at the bairns neck and left a mark, i knew i had to put him to sleep. I had the dog well before the bairns were born - and it absolutely destroyed me. Hardest decision i've ever had to make. The problem with most of these fatal attacks, is the dog has usually snapped and warned the child previously. Sad to say, but i think it's the owners fault in most cases.


you make me sick. seriously.

mods: suspend me, but leave the post, its genuine.
#16
choc1969
so through no fault of your dogs you put him down :?

:cry:


vibeone
you make me sick. seriously.

mods: suspend me, but leave the post, its genuine.


Seriously, you think texfitz was in the wrong for putting the dog down?

"Through no fault of it's own" Does that mean it wasn't the dogs fault it bit the child.

Maybe if more people thought like texfitz then less of these attacks would be happening.
1 Like #17
choc1969
so through no fault of your dogs you put him down :?

:cry:


You have no idea what i went through with this, what gives you the right to make a comment like that?
#18
texfitz;8389297
You have no idea what i went through with this, what gives you the right to make a comment like that?


free speech :roll:
#19
texfitz
You have no idea what i went through with this, what gives you the right to make a comment like that?


Ever heard of rehoming?!!!!!!! Places like dogs trust you can specify when you give up your dog that it can't mix with children. But to put it down?! :x
#20
Shellywelly
Ever heard of rehoming?!!!!!!! Places like dogs trust you can specify when you give up your dog that it can't mix with children. But to put it down?! :x


Yeah, re home it with someone who doesn't have kids. Until one of their family or friends comes round with their children. It would also be a risk taking it for a walk where it could meet children. Plus, it's not just children that might be attacked, it's adults too.
banned#21
how many times do you hear "my dogs as soft as a brush, the kids jump all over it" etc,etc and it wold never hurt a fly, yeah they are all as soft as a brush till the day they turn but it obviously makes a dog owner feel a good one, when they say the theirs wouldnt hurt a fly, a dog can turn and do damage, any dog
1 Like #22
peodude
Seriously, you think texfitz was in the wrong for putting the dog down?

"Through no fault of it's own" Does that mean it wasn't the dogs fault it bit the child.

Maybe if more people thought like texfitz then less of these attacks would be happening.


choc1969
free speech :roll:


It's ok to have free speech when you have a valid answer. To say something just to get a rise out of someone is damn right childish!!! Unfortunately, there are too many trouble makers on this site intent on arguing.

Vibeone is another one of those trouble makers. BTW thanks peodude for your support.
#23
texfitz;8389701
It's ok to have free speech when you have a valid answer. To say something just to get a rise out of someone is damn right childish!!! Unfortunately, there are too many trouble makers on this sight intent on arguing.

Vibeone is another one of those trouble makers. BTW thanks peodude for your support.


I made a statement based on my opinion.

Dogs can be rehomed when owners are responsible enough to know they can't cope. You had your dog before you had your children......maybe after the first snap you should have taken some advice before you needed to put him to sleep.
#24
texfitz
You have no idea what i went through with this, what gives you the right to make a comment like that?


U did the right thing it must of hurt like hell, your experience shows that they may be pets but they r dogs afterall and they can not rationalise like we can, my friend has a staffy and he is so soft and gental but my m8t is very very strickt with ppl and the dog. The dog is never left in a room with very young or very old ppl, the dog is 5yrs old and never shown any agreshion ever but the rule still stands and is enforced always
#25
choc1969
I made a statement based on my opinion.

Dogs can be rehomed when owners are responsible enough to know they can't cope. You had your dog before you had your children......maybe after the first snap you should have taken some advice before you needed to put him to sleep.


Excuse me, for your information, there were no "first snaps". There was one, and that was enough! My wife is a Veterinary nurse - is her advice not good enough? I suppose you are more qualified?

So if i had re-homed him, how would that work? With someone who has no kids? Please explain and dig a bigger hole for yourself!
#26
choc1969
I made a statement based on my opinion.

Dogs can be rehomed when owners are responsible enough to know they can't cope. You had your dog before you had your children......maybe after the first snap you should have taken some advice before you needed to put him to sleep.


so u advocate passing the problem on to someone else!!!!

The correct thing was done the rights and safty of humans takes president
#27
texfitz;8389787
Excuse me, for your information, there were no "first snaps". There was one, and that was enough! My wife is a Veterinary nurse - is her advice not good enough? I suppose you are more qualified?

So if i had re-homed him, how would that work? With someone who has no kids? Please explain and dig a bigger hole for yourself!


miles136;8389799
so u advocate passing the problem on to someone else!!!!

The correct thing was done the rights and safty of humans takes president


who's digging a hole ? I expressed my opinion and know many people who own dogs that were deemed unsuitable for homes with children and now lead happy, non agressive lives with their childless owners :roll:
#28
I don't see how anyone could leave a dog on its own with a baby. We have a jack russel and when my 1year old cousin comes, he will get on the floor but we will take every precaution to keep the dog away. The dog is gentle, but can see that as the dog has been the only one for 10years on its own getting the attention, that when the baby comes in it gets abit jealous. This is no doubt the same for every dog which has been cared for on its own.

Would never leave the dog and baby alone together. But could never have the dog put down either, it is not the dogs fault. If it gets jealous about the baby getting the attention why not ask a relative or friend if they would like to take ownership of the dog? It is the way the dog has been treated and brought up throughout its life within the family environment which gives it the jealous nature if its been brought up as kinda being the "baby" of the family.
#29
anthonyt
If it gets jealous about the baby getting the attention why not ask a relative or friend if they would like to take ownership of the dog?.


But the cases are sometimes family members pets. Lets say you gave the dog to your brother. Does that then mean that you will never go and visit your brother with the baby?
1 Like #30
choc1969
who's digging a hole ? I expressed my opinion and know many people who own dogs that were deemed unsuitable for homes with children and now lead happy, non agressive lives with their childless owners :roll:


So, does this mean all these '"people" you "allegedley" know, never let the dog come into contact with kids ever again?

So, these owners don't have kids, or nephews or nieces, grandchlidren, neighbours kids, kids who play on the field where the dog walks? Arrrrr, you mean these "people," live in the north pole, i understand now.

You are thick, i mean really thick...
#31
peodude
But the cases are sometimes family members pets. Lets say you gave the dog to your brother. Does that then mean that you will never go and visit your brother with the baby?


peodude, you are seriously wasting your time with these lot pal. Some of their comments are unreal...
#32
texfitz;8389992
So, does this mean all these '"people" you "allegedley" know, never let the dog come into contact with kids ever again?

So, these owners don't have kids, or nephews or nieces, grandchlidren, neighbours kids, kids who play on the field where the dog walks? Arrrrr, you mean these "people," live in the north pole, i understand now.

You are thick, i mean really thick...


no, these people are childless and when friends with children visit the dogs are not left alone with the children ever.......that makes for responsble dog ownership

my brothers with staffies and rotties never leave their dogs alone with their children either

have reported you by the way
#33
vibeone
I agree with Alf, lets ban all dogs, since its clear there are too many complete muppets in this country now to control them.


In that case we'll ban cars as well since there are too many muppets that own them as well.Like a car a dog if controlled correctly and is in the right enviroment will not harm anyone. The owner made the error of not been in control of the animal and will be punished for it. To ban dogs because of irresponsible people you might as well ban everything.
#34
This is one of these subjects that always causes conflict.

The story in the OP is just tragic
#35
choc1969
no, these people are childless and when friends with children visit the dogs are not left alone with the children ever.......that makes for responsble dog ownership

my brothers with staffies and rotties never leave their dogs alone with their children either

have reported you by the way


Who, to the RSPCA?

We were both in the room at the time of the incident for your information. You just assumed, with your silly comments from the start, without really thinking what you were saying. Now your getting upset by reporting me.

What a bloody cheek!!!
banned#36
texfitz
Who, to the RSPCA?

We were both in the room at the time of the incident for your information. You just assumed, with your silly comments from the start, without really thinking what you were saying. Now your getting upset by reporting me.

What a bloody cheek!!!


she means she has reported you to the mods for calling her thick
#37
texfitz
Who, to the RSPCA?

We were both in the room at the time of the incident for your information. You just assumed, with your silly comments from the start, without really thinking what you were saying. Now your getting upset by reporting me.

What a bloody cheek!!!


Hi Texfitz :) I think all of this is bringing back a lot of upsetting memories which are understandably making u quite emotional - I would be exactly the same. Choc hasnt reported u to the RSPCA, she has reported u to the mods as u really shouldnt be name calling in here - try chill a little.

:)
#38
sassie
she means she has reported you to the mods for calling her thick


I know sassie, i'm being silly :-)
#39
bossyboots
Hi Texfitz :) I think all of this is bringing back a lot of upsetting memories which are understandably making u quite emotional - I would be exactly the same. Choc hasnt reported u to the RSPCA, she has reported u to the mods as u really shouldnt be name calling in here - try chill a little.

:)


Bossyboots, if you look back at her first comment with no explanation, then you'll see why i'm vexed. The feelings are still raw - a year later on.
banned#40
texfitz
I know sassie, i'm being silly :-)


oooops sorry, cant belive someone would report you for calling them thick, so maybe she was being silly too, it is misc after all

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