|Barked: Mon Nov 28, '11 7:27pm PST |
|Steel and I were at the dogpark today, and there was a woman there with her dog. I can't remember the breed, but a very spunky, energetic, and enthusiastic dog. The lady had decent command of her dog, so there were no issues.
Then a lady came with her dog and her kid. The kid was probably 5, maybe 6. As they were inside the first gate, and about to come in the second, the lady who was there already told her "my dog will jump on your baby, there". In such a way that was saying "you should just leave" without saying it. So the lady let her dog in the park, but stood outside the gate with her child, and left shortly after.
There is a sign on the gate that says children are allowed but must be supervised.
In this situation, who do you think is the one who should leave? The lady with the kid and the dog who was behaving perfectly fine, or the lady with the dog who she knows will jump on a child in the park. I just thought it was rude how she pretty much told the lady that she shouldn't be there because of her own dog. Anytime that my dog misbehaves, I leave, no matter the circumstances. When someone else has a dog who is misbehaving or causing a problem, I think that that person should take his/her dog and leave, if they were there first or not.
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