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(Metro)   Australian woman finds giant python in a dog house with a dog chain hanging out of its mouth, asks where her little fido might be   (metro.co.uk ) divider line
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2014-03-14 12:12:21 PM  
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Uh, do they do things differently in Australia? Who keeps their dog chained up to a dog house outside in 2014 besides white trash? Granted, I don't live in a bad neighborhood, but I would fully expect that if I left my purebred pug outside unattended for any length of time, chain or not, my dog would be in the back of someones car getting sold for a couple hundred bucks within the hour.
2014-03-14 01:19:19 PM  
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spman: Uh, do they do things differently in Australia? Who keeps their dog chained up to a dog house outside in 2014 besides white trash?


People who live in normal countries?
2014-03-14 01:14:38 PM  
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spman: Uh, do they do things differently in Australia? Who keeps their dog chained up to a dog house outside in 2014 besides white trash? Granted, I don't live in a bad neighborhood, but I would fully expect that if I left my purebred pug outside unattended for any length of time, chain or not, my dog would be in the back of someones car getting sold for a couple hundred bucks within the hour.


Every single part of that paragraph is infuriating to every type of person. Good job.
2014-03-14 01:08:56 PM  
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duffblue: spman: Uh, do they do things differently in Australia? Who keeps their dog chained up to a dog house outside in 2014 besides white trash? Granted, I don't live in a bad neighborhood, but I would fully expect that if I left my purebred pug outside unattended for any length of time, chain or not, my dog would be in the back of someones car getting sold for a couple hundred bucks within the hour.

People who buy their pets are scum.


Hey, it was the decision I made, I don't need to defend myself. Shelters and rescues are a hassle, and often not a whole lot cheaper than what I paid to get my dog from a reputable breeder. Also, 95% of the dogs in shelters here are Pitt Bulls, which is more dog than I can handle. Normally I'm with you, save the dogs that need homes, but in my case, I wanted a specific dog, one that's generally in high demand that you aren't going to find in any shelters.
2014-03-14 01:00:24 PM  
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Fark her. Who the fark chains up a dog and leaves it outside overnight, or even for long stretches of the day. Little thing didn't even have a chance. For 20,000 years dogs have been bread to be social animals. They need to be with their people. She should prosecuted to the full extend of the law Did I say fark her?
2014-03-14 12:49:45 PM  
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spman: Uh, do they do things differently in Australia? Who keeps their dog chained up to a dog house outside in 2014 besides white trash? Granted, I don't live in a bad neighborhood, but I would fully expect that if I left my purebred pug outside unattended for any length of time, chain or not, my dog would be in the back of someones car getting sold for a couple hundred bucks within the hour.


Yeah... It sounds like they do things differently in most parts of the US than they do where you live. If my dog got away, either someone would pick her up and bring her back, call my number which is on her tag and I'd go get her, or animal control would pick her up, house her for the night, and I'd pay to get her out.
Nobody would steal her and sell her

WTF, man?
2014-03-14 12:49:40 PM  
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8 inches: I'm sure I'll be lambasted for this, but why don't they kill the snake?  They've caught it, it's a killer, and is near the top of the food chain - what benefit is there to releasing it back in to the wild?  Sure, it may kill other small "vermin", but it's a dangerous predator with no real redeeming value (in my opinion).

Any rational explanation would be welcomed.  Hippie tree-hugger responses will be ignored.


It's hardly dangerous. It killed a dog the size of a squirrel in an odd situation. Why should a 50 year old animal get a death sentence for eating a morsel of food that was practically left out on a silver platter?
2014-03-14 12:37:59 PM  
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duffblue: spman: Uh, do they do things differently in Australia? Who keeps their dog chained up to a dog house outside in 2014 besides white trash? Granted, I don't live in a bad neighborhood, but I would fully expect that if I left my purebred pug outside unattended for any length of time, chain or not, my dog would be in the back of someones car getting sold for a couple hundred bucks within the hour.

People who buy their pets are scum.


So I'm supposed to steal a pet?  I'm aware of rescue organizations but those generally involve a "donation" of a good chunk of money.
2014-03-14 12:33:11 PM  
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...Why the FARK would you leave ANY dog, let alone a "possum sized" dog, outside in AUSTRALIA?
 
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