(almost) Wordless Wednesday


“What do you mean you haven’t left a question yet? Hungry dogs are counting on you!”

Tomorrow is the last day to leave your legal suggestion in the comments!  For each comment I receive, I will donate 1 lb. of food to Last Hope Rescue, who has saved Maggie and so many others!

28 thoughts on “(almost) Wordless Wednesday

  1. i think this is great to bad i didn’t find it sooner keep me in mind when you have things like this i am new and learning by others helping me patti

  2. I think this is a great idea. I wish others could do this. There are so many great dogs in shelters that need homes and people just look eight by them.

  3. I think this is a great idea. I wish others could do this. There are so many great dogs in shelters that need homes and people just look at them or wall right on by and don’t even give them a second look. And that’s sad real sad….

  4. I don’t know what legal suggestion means, legal for what? But just wanted to say thanks for doing what you are doing!

    • Questions like the one Jenn posed, “If I am walking my dog and an off-leash dogs comes up and bothers my dog, who then bites it, what liability do I have?”

  5. I have a legal-type question. Over the years, I’ve witnessed people who tie their dogs up, chain them to trees (or to a post of a porch), etc. While they are gone all day long, the dogs bark like crazy. Who can blame, them, right? Poor doggies. I’ve never known: 1. Who to make a complaint to? 2. If I make a complaint, will the dog end up in the pound, and probably euthanized?

    What’s the best course of action here?

    And now a funnier story. When I was in college my neighbor had a beagle who he left in the back yard while he was at work. The doggie had access to a cool garage and lot of water, so it wasn’t too bad a life for him. But if he knew that I was home during the day in between classes, he would sit outside my window and howl. (The two apartments shared the same back yard.) Eventually, I just started letting him into my apartment. He would lay beside my bed when I took naps and everything. He was a good dog, and he knew that I was a sucker for dogs. It was actually a pretty good deal for both of us. 🙂

  6. Thank you so much for your commitment to helping and fostering. We just picked up a new member of our family on Saturday- a 3 year old female Rottie. She is wonderful and we are all in love with her. I can’t thank her foster Mom enough and of course the group that rescued her, Gulfstream Guardian Rottweiler Rescue.

  7. Last year there was a coyote eating small pets in our neighborhood. Can we shoot it or is there someplace that will trap it?

  8. A neighbor from 4 homes down the street let her small dog out to potty. The dog went over to another property and my large lab saw it and ran down to play with it. My dog scared the owner and rolled the tiny dog (no biting or aggression, just rough playing). Later, the owners father came down and demanded I pay a vet bill because his dog is now emotionally unstable due to the fright. Both dogs were off leash, both were on a third property, so my dog did not go on the owner’s property. What should I do (nicely, but legally). THANKS

  9. I agree with Elaine. Is there anything we can do legally about another neighborhood dog being off leash? I understand some circumstances are accident (and maybe we can account for some wiggle room legally?), but I have a dog that upon seeing another dog, becomes stressed and sees the leash as a cage prevent him from playing. I understand that this is partially lack of training on me and my dog’s part, but when a pup comes boundin’ ovah and is nose to nose with my furry friend, I would rather there be some rules that can protect us. Even if it does not occur at on our property. Anything you can tell me other than the “dogs must be on leashes” sign?

    P.S. Sorry for taking so long, I have not had time. I’m literally typing this while in class, looking at my teacher and nodding.


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