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missus was walking the dog today (same thing she has done for over a year) and all of a sudden a warden came running over and said '' you no what your doing is not allowed/illegal '' '' and it coul… Read More
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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
missus was walking the dog today (same thing she has done for over a year)

and all of a sudden a warden came running over and said '' you no what your doing is not allowed/illegal '' '' and it could get you a £5000 fine ''

and yes she did have poop bags (not that the dog had even cacked yet)

whats bugging me is there is no sign around the whole of my estate saying no dog's on grass etc and to make things worse he would not let my missus move untill he had her full name and address and took the details of my dog down (the dog refused to talk lol)

any idea's if what he said was true, the fact that there are no signs about does that give me grounds to make a complaint (as he was rude) all so missus abit worried as our dog is one of atleast 6 or 7 staffs in our block and she a typical staff colour so what if someone else spotted doing the same as us and the dog is mistaken for our's
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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
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#1
i took my dog to the vets today, the vet looked at me and said
'i am afraid i will have to put the dog down'
i welled up and asked him if he was very poorly,
he replied 'no, hes bloody heavy'
#2
skusey
i took my dog to the vets today, the vet looked at me and said
'i am afraid i will have to put the dog down'
i welled up and asked him if he was very poorly,
he replied 'no, hes bloody heavy'


LOL :)
#3
thanks for the help and clearing that up for me lol
#4
Did the warden stop her because the dog was not on a lead ?
#5
check the website of the estate/park for the info.
#6
no our dog always on the lead as round here all the snobs give you dirty looks one rule for a handbag dog and one for so called vicious staffs
#7
Quite possible someone has made a complaint and you've got a very enthusiastic dog warden in your area.
Never knew you could get fined ... I mean your dog's got to poop somewhere hasn't it, as long as you clean up your dog's mess there shouldn't be a problem.
It's awful round here for dog's, there's grassy areas where children play and lazy dog owners glady let their dog cac and leave it there. The number of times I've stood in the stuff or my daughter has come in with it on her clothes... drives me mad.
Something has to be done about the arrogant attitude of some dog owners, it's lazy and disgusting!
While I sympathise with you, the amount of lazy dog owners at present seems to far outweigh one's that are considerate enough like yourself, they need stopping!
Need to get a cup of tea and calm down now...
#8
website for wandsworth states the following - so it seems as do he may of been correct but i dont see where he got £5000 from
Dog bye-laws - housing land
There are three main points to this bye-law.
[LIST]
[*]You must not let your dog on any of the playing fields, playgrounds, gardens and drying areas (where washing is aired).
[*]Dogs are allowed on paths and footpaths, parking spaces, estate roads and other hard surfaces as long as you keep them on a lead and do not let them in to the dog ban areas.
[*]You must not let your dog foul on any part of the estate. You can be fined up to £500 for each offence.[/LIST]
#9
Dub1
website for wandsworth states the following - so it seems as do he may of been correct but i dont see where he got £5000 from
Dog bye-laws - housing land
There are three main points to this bye-law.
[LIST]
[*]You must not let your dog on any of the playing fields, playgrounds, gardens and drying areas (where washing is aired).
[*]Dogs are allowed on paths and footpaths, parking spaces, estate roads and other hard surfaces as long as you keep them on a lead and do not let them in to the dog ban areas.
[*]You must not let your dog foul on any part of the estate. You can be fined up to £500 for each offence.[/LIST]


sorted.
#10
i dont like seeing dogs such as staffs off leads, im always ready to kick them in the face hard tho if they attacked me or my cocker spaniel.
#11
cornish
i dont like seeing dogs such as staffs off leads, im always ready to kick them in the face hard tho if they attacked me or my cocker spaniel.


How ignorant. go away wum.
#12
Your council is quite strict, doesn't say anything about keeping dogs on leads on mine. It just says where to find your dog if it has been found straying!
Does mention an on the spot fine for the fouling.
Will be grassing every ignorant so and so I see letting their dog do it now!
#13
should try growing up m8, cos it might be you getting a kick in the face with your sort of attitude
cornish;1810059
i dont like seeing dogs such as staffs off leads, im always ready to kick them in the face hard tho if they attacked me or my cocker spaniel.
#14
cornish
i dont like seeing dogs such as staffs off leads, im always ready to kick them in the face hard tho if they attacked me or my cocker spaniel.

What a div! You will find most staffs are as soft as ****....go get a PROPER dog and not a fluffball!
#15
i agree with me im more annoyed with those who own dogs like staffs etc and dont no how to handle them and and give the type of dog a bad name, but i 100% agree with you and dog **** should be picked up there are no excuses as the bags for the job are sold in poundland
Sheriff Waffles;1810075
Your council is quite strict, doesn't say anything about keeping dogs on leads on mine. It just says where to find your dog if it has been found straying!
Does mention an on the spot fine for the fouling.
Will be grassing every ignorant so and so I see letting their dog do it now!
#16
well said, i think i remember your pic in the dog thread you are a staffy owner aint you :thumbsup:
Lulu'sMammy;1810099
What a div! You will find most staffs are as soft as ****....go get a PROPER dog and not a fluffball!
#17
cornish
i dont like seeing dogs such as staffs off leads, im always ready to kick them in the face hard tho if they attacked me or my cocker spaniel.


The dogs are probably thinking the same thing about you! :giggle: What a nasty thing to say! :x
#18
It's all in the upbringing, dogs are like kids and need routine, discipline and to know where they stand. Its the owners that give dogs a bad name....no such thing as a badly bred dog.
#19
lol check the dog lovers giving it to cornish, you've all shown how ignorant you all are for fueling that one. period.
#20
Dub1
should try growing up m8, cos it might be you getting a kick in the face with your sort of attitude


you sound like the stereo typical hoody thinking hes big with his little dog
#21
As for your situation dub1, i think as long as you pick up your dog's mess - then there surely shouldn't be a problem!!:thinking:
#22
lol pot and kettle m8 accept u think its big to kick and dog in the face just cos your scared
cornish;1810132
you sound like the stereo typical hoody thinking hes big with his little dog
#23
would you stick up for your family/freind's a dog is just as much part of the family so of course we are gonna stick up for them its not as do they are gonna be able to stick up for themselves is it
Alfonse;1810127
lol check the dog lovers giving it to cornish, you've all shown how ignorant you all are for fueling that one. period.
#24
if attacked yes i would be scared! and yes i would kick hard.

up the gooners:w00t:
#25
No body is ignorant for looking out for a pet - far from it in fact! I agree dub1 - part of the family!!:-D
#26
Dub1
would you stick up for your family/freind's a dog is just as much part of the family so of course we are gonna stick up for them its not as do they are gonna be able to stick up for themselves is it


I think alfonsie was try to point out that it was a troll (Wind Up Merchant) in that post and most of you seem to be feeding it.

:)
#27
Let's not get bitchy about breeds of dogs.
I don't own a dog , most (but not all) dogs seem to chase after me or growl at me.
I have 3 cats, my only concern is dog poop and dogs being let off their leads in any residential area, I don't agree with dog owners who do this - how am I to decipher whether their dog is dangerous or not? I have the safety of my children and cats to think of. I wouldn't dream of hurting anyones pet unless it was posing a serious risk or trying to attack my children/cats.
Keep your dogs on leads in residential areas and public places such as parks and schools ... and clean up after them when they drop their bowels. It's simple, why do so many dog owners (including some of my family members) think they are above this?
#28
read what u said
i dont like seeing dogs such as staffs off leads, im always ready to kick them in the face hard tho if they attacked me or my cocker spaniel.
your ready to a kick a dog who has in theory done sod all to you
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#29
Certainly am! Lulu is my 7th staffie, no problems with any...although i am a fabulous dog handler/trainer lol!!
And I dont wear a hoody, nor do i wear burberry!

http://img507.imageshack.us/img507/2299/003sq8.jpg
#30
Dub1
would you stick up for your family/freind's a dog is just as much part of the family so of course we are gonna stick up for them its not as do they are gonna be able to stick up for themselves is it


You know the issues then, one of the comments mentions his dog being ****, not much of a dog lover really and the counter threats of wanting kick his face all add up to what a nice bunch you ALL are including cornish, pathetic.
#31
Sheriff Waffles
Let's not get bitchy about breeds of dogs.
I don't own a dog , most (but not all) dogs seem to chase after me or growl at me.
I have 3 cats, my only concern is dog poop and dogs being let off their leads in any residential area, I don't agree with dog owners who do this - how am I to decipher whether their dog is dangerous or not? I have the safety of my children and cats to think of. I wouldn't dream of hurting anyones pet unless it was posing a serious risk or trying to attack my children/cats.
Keep your dogs on leads in residential areas and public places such as parks and schools ... and clean up after them when they drop their bowels. It's simple, why do so many dog owners (including some of my family members) think they are above this?


Well said!!:thumbsup:
#32
Dub1
read what u said
i dont like seeing dogs such as staffs off leads, im always ready to kick them in the face hard tho if they attacked me or my cocker spaniel.
your ready to a kick a dog who has in theory done sod all to you
5-1 5-1 5-1 5-1 5-1


if they attacked me, stupid.
#33
Sheriff Waffles
Let's not get bitchy about breeds of dogs.
I don't own a dog , most (but not all) dogs seem to chase after me or growl at me.
I have 3 cats, my only concern is dog poop and dogs being let off their leads in any residential area, I don't agree with dog owners who do this - how am I to decipher whether their dog is dangerous or not? I have the safety of my children and cats to think of. I wouldn't dream of hurting anyones pet unless it was posing a serious risk or trying to attack my children/cats.
Keep your dogs on leads in residential areas and public places such as parks and schools ... and clean up after them when they drop their bowels. It's simple, why do so many dog owners (including some of my family members) think they are above this?

I agree totally with your post! Its all part of been a responsible pet owner, and not only that picking up your own dogs cack is to be expected...lazy gits!
#34
What a cute picture Lula'smammy!!
1 Like #35
1) i didnt say anything about his dog 2) i said with an attitude like his he would get a kick in the face again @ no point did i say it would be me who did it
Alfonse;1810205
You know the issues then, one of the comments mentions his dog being ****, not much of a dog lover really and the counter threats of wanting kick his face all add up to what a nice bunch you ALL are including cornish, pathetic.
#36
KELLY 'N' STEVE
What a cute picture Lula'smammy!!

The baby will look even better in that heffalump suit you posted earlier! Its on its way!
#37
read again, you are saying you are ready to kick them, would you say eb ready to kick any random dog or are you picking on a certain breed, and please no name calling @ no point did i stoop to name calling
cornish;1810215
if they attacked me, stupid.
#38
Your all barking mad.
#39
Dub1
1) i didnt say anything about his dog 2) i said with an attitude like his he would get a kick in the face again @ no point did i say it would be me who did it


I didn't point fingers, those who posted know what they meant. I will leave this thread now, as I have shown my disgust for the responses left by so called dog lovers mixed in with family values.

:roll:
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