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    Rottweiler Saves LIttle Boy

    These days we hear nothing but bad things about bigger, more powerfull dogs.

    Nice to see something different for a change.. sort of:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/7584063.stm

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    Makes a change, when I was about 7 or 8 a Rottweiler we was looking after bit me in groin and wouldn't let go for about a minute. and it was probs the longest minute of my life, I nearly passed out. I had to step over it (use it with my German Shepherds) to enter / exit the room and it latched onto my inner thigh

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    OUCH sam!!

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    nice to have a story about a child being saved by a dog, sham he was being attacked by another at the time tho

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    It's all about the owners unfortunately. It really does make me sad when these dogs get a bad name or people slate them

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    Quote Originally Posted by domino View Post
    It's all about the owners unfortunately. It really does make me sad when these dogs get a bad name or people slate them
    well said m8
    The coupe...ITS ALIVE & back from the dead....again!
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    yeh tell me about it ive got a staff called angel and she really is one, but every staff is a deadly dog??

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    it's true tho... I mean, you've seen my dog and been here playing with him.

    The amount of people who cross the road and avoid me as much as possible when i'm out with him is unbelieveable. As you well know, the worst you'd get is a bath from a dog cause all he wants to do is lick you to death. Sure, he plays with his teeth a bit but that's his nature.. it's even said that Staffies show affection in this way by gripping you, not painfully, with their teeth.

    He's sitting here now, on the bed, looking at me. Me and my shadow..

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    martin ur dog is a nutter!!! i can almost put my life on it if he meet my 2 cats they would have him running shiteless in mins!... hes a wee softy!
    The coupe...ITS ALIVE & back from the dead....again!
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    He sure is....


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