My World of Parkinsonian Delights

Ice Cream and Dog Attacks

I got out of the house today.  We went to the mall, ate Chinese in the Food Court, then hopped over to Coldstone Creamery for some great ice cream.

When we got home, Gail took the doggies out.  A lady who was visiting our next door neighbor crossed through the yard to get back to her place.  That’s when, out of nowhere, my dumbass hillbilly neighbor’s pit bull — for the fourth time — came charging out of nowhere and attacked Raven.

Gail managed to get them separated with only a bite puncture to Raven’s foot — again.

I told the idiot hillbilly the last time this happened that the cops would be involved if it happened again.  So this time, within a half hour, we had a Howard County Sheriff’s Officer in our yard, showed him pictures of Raven’s injury, told them how this was the fourth time this asshole pit bull had attacked our leashed dog, how a dog this asshole previously owned actually killed our 11-year old German shepherd back in 2004.

He said he’d convey the info to his sergeant who would notify animal control who would contact us on Monday and conduct the investigation.

I don’t care who loves that dog.  I don’t care if it’s the sweetest pup in the world.  It has attacked and bitten Raven four times while she was on a leash in her yard.  It dies this time.

Wait and see if it doesn’t.

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3 responses

  1. Chuck Pew

    A 2 liter bottle and duct tape makes for a good improvised silencer on the barrel of a .22 cal. rifle. Or so I’ve been told. Yeah thats it///

    May 1, 2010 at 6:07 pm

  2. Becky Bugg

    Plus there is always that tasty, tasty anti-freeze that could be left in a bowl in their yard. I have heard that it’s good for dogs and makes them nice and calm.

    May 1, 2010 at 7:55 pm

    • Nope. Gonna do it nice and legal. Gonna get the proper agencies involved. Dog’s gonna get a lethal injection, owner’s gonna pay a hefty fine and get kicked out of the park if he gets another dog.

      May 2, 2010 at 6:29 am

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