Dog Keizer on death row for string of attacks in Southampton

Don't put down our dog - family plead

Don't put down our dog - family plead

Don't put down our dog - family plead

First published in News Daily Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Senior Reporter

A FAMILY has pleaded for the life of their dog which has been put on death row.

Magistrates will decide Staffordshire bull terrier Keizer’s fate on Monday after hearing how she attacked two other dogs.

But owner Michaela Ryves described the animal as a “loving dog” and said that her children would be devastated if she was put down.

Southampton Magistrates’ Court was told how Keizer, which belongs to the mother-of-five, from Southamp-ton, had escaped and injured two other dogs walking past.

As a result South-ampton City Council wants the dog kept on a lead and muzzled when off the property, to wear a collar with the owner's name and address and be kept securely at the home and not be allowed to stray.

It applied for a control order under the Dangerous Dogs Act and Ms Ryves, of Bassett Green Drive, had agreed to these conditions. But the case had to be adjourned as magistrates said they were so concerned that they were considering destroying |the dog.

However, they delayed the case so Ms Ryves, who was unable to attend because she is pregnant, is able to plead her case to the court on Monday.

The three-year-old dog is currently at Southampton pound awaiting its fate.

The court heard how Keizer attacked a Jack Russell causing it leg injuries in June last year, Ms Ryves had said she would|rehome the dog so no action was taken, but then the dog escaped from the property again and attacked another dog in August last year.

A woman was left with a scratched face and injured foot in this incident.

Southampton City Council dog warden Paula Davies told magistrates the dog was not aggressive to people, but that she had recommended to the owners in the past that it be put down as it was aggressive and not able to be rehomed.

Ms Ryves, 40, of Bassett Green Drive, said: “I can understand Keiz has attacked dogs and neighbours are distressed, and I feel for them, but we are trying to find a home with a secure garden so Keiz can play outside with the children.”

She said the dog loved the family and had never attacked the children.

“I think the situation is deeply distressing,” she said.

“The children will be devastated.

“I am going to plead with them and ask them if there is a chance she doesn’t get put down and put a strict order on her to be muzzled.”

She said her son, Brannon, who suffers from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, would be devastated.

“Keiz is his best friend,” she added.

“In my heart I know there is a good dog in there.

“She has been a big part of our lives.”

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11:32am Sat 5 Apr 14

SotonGreen says...

Chavtastic
Chavtastic SotonGreen
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11:33am Sat 5 Apr 14

Jesta-a-View says...

I feel sorry for the dog but clearly this woman has enough on her plate coping with five kids with another on the way.

A clear case of wrong type of person with the wrong type of dog!

The dog is not being controlled, it has attacked other dogs and scratched a person.

There wouldn't even be a debate in some countries and in this case, hard as it may be to accept, unless someone responsible can be quickly found to take on the poor animal, it must be put down.
I feel sorry for the dog but clearly this woman has enough on her plate coping with five kids with another on the way. A clear case of wrong type of person with the wrong type of dog! The dog is not being controlled, it has attacked other dogs and scratched a person. There wouldn't even be a debate in some countries and in this case, hard as it may be to accept, unless someone responsible can be quickly found to take on the poor animal, it must be put down. Jesta-a-View
  • Score: 67

11:35am Sat 5 Apr 14

Randoor says...

I am very sorry but if you fail to control your dog then the law says it must be destroyed , The dog has attacked other dogs already and who knows what may happen next.
The dog may not have attacked a child yet , But it is you that is responsible for your dog , And therefore you are responsible for the behaviour of this dog and will have to deal with decision of the court.
I am very sorry but if you fail to control your dog then the law says it must be destroyed , The dog has attacked other dogs already and who knows what may happen next. The dog may not have attacked a child yet , But it is you that is responsible for your dog , And therefore you are responsible for the behaviour of this dog and will have to deal with decision of the court. Randoor
  • Score: 61

11:39am Sat 5 Apr 14

localnews says...

Should think the Families of the dogs attacked were fearful of losing their pet's too but this woman is playing the "my kids will be devastated" card in the hope that her beast will live to do it again
Should think the Families of the dogs attacked were fearful of losing their pet's too but this woman is playing the "my kids will be devastated" card in the hope that her beast will live to do it again localnews
  • Score: 64

11:43am Sat 5 Apr 14

Sir Ad E Noid says...

I keep hearing and reading that Staffordshire Bull terriers are cute little doggies. I occasionally read that some are truly nice, I also read that many are viscous dogs that can inflict horrendous injuries. Much is down to how they are raised within a family, but the dog always reserves the right to attack when it thinks it is necessary. What were they originally bred for?
I keep hearing and reading that Staffordshire Bull terriers are cute little doggies. I occasionally read that some are truly nice, I also read that many are viscous dogs that can inflict horrendous injuries. Much is down to how they are raised within a family, but the dog always reserves the right to attack when it thinks it is necessary. What were they originally bred for? Sir Ad E Noid
  • Score: 14

11:49am Sat 5 Apr 14

bucktoom says...

It's hardly a valid argument to say that the dog hasn't attacked the children when it's already escaped and attacked other dogs on 2 occasions. This woman clearly has no sense- how's she going to feel if next time it attacks it is one of her children (maybe even the baby because the dog wants to exert its place in the pack) who is at the receiving end.
It's hardly a valid argument to say that the dog hasn't attacked the children when it's already escaped and attacked other dogs on 2 occasions. This woman clearly has no sense- how's she going to feel if next time it attacks it is one of her children (maybe even the baby because the dog wants to exert its place in the pack) who is at the receiving end. bucktoom
  • Score: 58

12:10pm Sat 5 Apr 14

issacchunt says...

Grest picture in the paper edition, a stereotypical bassett green drive family by the looks of it? Put the dog down before it's a human that gets bitten next time.

get back to making babies for the benefit(s) of society.
Grest picture in the paper edition, a stereotypical bassett green drive family by the looks of it? Put the dog down before it's a human that gets bitten next time. get back to making babies for the benefit(s) of society. issacchunt
  • Score: 36

12:14pm Sat 5 Apr 14

eurogordi says...

This dog has attacked other dogs. There have also been injuries to a woman who tried to protect one of the dogs being attacked. It is only a matter of time before this "loving dog" attacks a child or another adult. There is no option but for it to be destroyed. Prevention of another attack has to be paramount. Sadly, I do not blame the dog for this situation, but the irresponsible owners who have failed to control the animal. Unfortunately the law does not allow owners to be put down as well ...... !!
This dog has attacked other dogs. There have also been injuries to a woman who tried to protect one of the dogs being attacked. It is only a matter of time before this "loving dog" attacks a child or another adult. There is no option but for it to be destroyed. Prevention of another attack has to be paramount. Sadly, I do not blame the dog for this situation, but the irresponsible owners who have failed to control the animal. Unfortunately the law does not allow owners to be put down as well ...... !! eurogordi
  • Score: 35

12:25pm Sat 5 Apr 14

mickey01 says...

ms ryves mother of 5 with another on the way seems to be playing the we need a bigger house with a garden routine . i would rather rehome the dog than the chavs
ms ryves mother of 5 with another on the way seems to be playing the we need a bigger house with a garden routine . i would rather rehome the dog than the chavs mickey01
  • Score: 65

12:58pm Sat 5 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

Sorry, but the dog has to go. As a responsible parent your first and last thoughts should be the safety of your children.

This animal has already proven it can and will attack.

I have to ask the question, but should you really be having another child when you care more about the dogs protection than your own offsprings?
Sorry, but the dog has to go. As a responsible parent your first and last thoughts should be the safety of your children. This animal has already proven it can and will attack. I have to ask the question, but should you really be having another child when you care more about the dogs protection than your own offsprings? IronLady2010
  • Score: 34

1:09pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Williamson says...

I am the husband of the woman injured in the second attack, and the owner of the Westie attacked resulting in vet's fees running into high three figures.
Both were severely traumatised by the attack, and the joy has been taken out of daily dog walks.
The bull terrier is out of control, at least the control of this feckless family who, until the court case ( and even now ) expressed NO concern for the other dogs or their injured owners.
Despite assurances to the dog warden after the first attack, the owners allowed the dog to run free to continue his attacks.
The dog must be put down unfortunately, but more importantly this family should be banned from keeping dogs in the future.
I am the husband of the woman injured in the second attack, and the owner of the Westie attacked resulting in vet's fees running into high three figures. Both were severely traumatised by the attack, and the joy has been taken out of daily dog walks. The bull terrier is out of control, at least the control of this feckless family who, until the court case ( and even now ) expressed NO concern for the other dogs or their injured owners. Despite assurances to the dog warden after the first attack, the owners allowed the dog to run free to continue his attacks. The dog must be put down unfortunately, but more importantly this family should be banned from keeping dogs in the future. Williamson
  • Score: 112

1:11pm Sat 5 Apr 14

chimneysweep 1234 says...

Putting to sleep is best option it could kill a child next
Putting to sleep is best option it could kill a child next chimneysweep 1234
  • Score: 28

1:14pm Sat 5 Apr 14

elvisimo says...

Nice to see she made snow effort for the cameras - the Batman, Danny Devito penguin look.
Nice to see she made snow effort for the cameras - the Batman, Danny Devito penguin look. elvisimo
  • Score: 15

1:21pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Proudtoberomany says...

OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.
OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too. Proudtoberomany
  • Score: -109

1:35pm Sat 5 Apr 14

elvisimo says...

Proudtoberomany wrote:
OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.
Very friendly it would seem - likes to give out 'love bites'. Would not want the thing anywhere near my kids, pets, friends, families. You never know when it will do it again.
[quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.[/p][/quote]Very friendly it would seem - likes to give out 'love bites'. Would not want the thing anywhere near my kids, pets, friends, families. You never know when it will do it again. elvisimo
  • Score: 57

1:51pm Sat 5 Apr 14

richard57 says...

Sir Ad E Noid wrote:
I keep hearing and reading that Staffordshire Bull terriers are cute little doggies. I occasionally read that some are truly nice, I also read that many are viscous dogs that can inflict horrendous injuries. Much is down to how they are raised within a family, but the dog always reserves the right to attack when it thinks it is necessary. What were they originally bred for?
what a loab of b******
[quote][p][bold]Sir Ad E Noid[/bold] wrote: I keep hearing and reading that Staffordshire Bull terriers are cute little doggies. I occasionally read that some are truly nice, I also read that many are viscous dogs that can inflict horrendous injuries. Much is down to how they are raised within a family, but the dog always reserves the right to attack when it thinks it is necessary. What were they originally bred for?[/p][/quote]what a loab of b****** richard57
  • Score: -22

1:52pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Proudtoberomany says...

elvisimo wrote:
Proudtoberomany wrote:
OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.
Very friendly it would seem - likes to give out 'love bites'. Would not want the thing anywhere near my kids, pets, friends, families. You never know when it will do it again.
She has already agreed to keep her muzzled when she is out and doing everything possible to secure the garden more to stop her from getting out until she is able to move!
[quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.[/p][/quote]Very friendly it would seem - likes to give out 'love bites'. Would not want the thing anywhere near my kids, pets, friends, families. You never know when it will do it again.[/p][/quote]She has already agreed to keep her muzzled when she is out and doing everything possible to secure the garden more to stop her from getting out until she is able to move! Proudtoberomany
  • Score: -46

1:53pm Sat 5 Apr 14

richard57 says...

eurogordi wrote:
This dog has attacked other dogs. There have also been injuries to a woman who tried to protect one of the dogs being attacked. It is only a matter of time before this "loving dog" attacks a child or another adult. There is no option but for it to be destroyed. Prevention of another attack has to be paramount. Sadly, I do not blame the dog for this situation, but the irresponsible owners who have failed to control the animal. Unfortunately the law does not allow owners to be put down as well ...... !!
hear hear
[quote][p][bold]eurogordi[/bold] wrote: This dog has attacked other dogs. There have also been injuries to a woman who tried to protect one of the dogs being attacked. It is only a matter of time before this "loving dog" attacks a child or another adult. There is no option but for it to be destroyed. Prevention of another attack has to be paramount. Sadly, I do not blame the dog for this situation, but the irresponsible owners who have failed to control the animal. Unfortunately the law does not allow owners to be put down as well ...... !![/p][/quote]hear hear richard57
  • Score: 22

1:56pm Sat 5 Apr 14

richard57 says...

Proudtoberomany wrote:
OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.
crawl back under your rock
[quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.[/p][/quote]crawl back under your rock richard57
  • Score: 36

2:08pm Sat 5 Apr 14

HampshireEd says...

Would you really trust this dog with your kids, it's asking for trouble.
Would you really trust this dog with your kids, it's asking for trouble. HampshireEd
  • Score: 32

2:12pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Proudtoberomany says...

mickey01 wrote:
ms ryves mother of 5 with another on the way seems to be playing the we need a bigger house with a garden routine . i would rather rehome the dog than the chavs
She has a big house and a massive garden its just unfortunate the garden isn't that secure, and they are not chavs!
[quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: ms ryves mother of 5 with another on the way seems to be playing the we need a bigger house with a garden routine . i would rather rehome the dog than the chavs[/p][/quote]She has a big house and a massive garden its just unfortunate the garden isn't that secure, and they are not chavs! Proudtoberomany
  • Score: -48

2:14pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Proudtoberomany says...

HampshireEd wrote:
Would you really trust this dog with your kids, it's asking for trouble.
Can you trust any animal with children? it only takes for them to feel unwell for them to attack..............
.....maybe we should destroy all dogs.
[quote][p][bold]HampshireEd[/bold] wrote: Would you really trust this dog with your kids, it's asking for trouble.[/p][/quote]Can you trust any animal with children? it only takes for them to feel unwell for them to attack.............. .....maybe we should destroy all dogs. Proudtoberomany
  • Score: -30

2:47pm Sat 5 Apr 14

westhantsboy says...

Get a poodle if they love dogs so much they wouldn't care
Get a poodle if they love dogs so much they wouldn't care westhantsboy
  • Score: 13

2:55pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Randoor says...

Proudtoberomany wrote:
HampshireEd wrote:
Would you really trust this dog with your kids, it's asking for trouble.
Can you trust any animal with children? it only takes for them to feel unwell for them to attack..............

.....maybe we should destroy all dogs.
The dog should be destroyed , as for the comment by proudtoberomany , That person has not got a clue about animals
[quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HampshireEd[/bold] wrote: Would you really trust this dog with your kids, it's asking for trouble.[/p][/quote]Can you trust any animal with children? it only takes for them to feel unwell for them to attack.............. .....maybe we should destroy all dogs.[/p][/quote]The dog should be destroyed , as for the comment by proudtoberomany , That person has not got a clue about animals Randoor
  • Score: 22

3:10pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Lisahod p says...

Make the garden secure, put fencing up!! Not rocket is it? If u can afford loads of kids and a dog then u can afford to make the garden u have secure???? Eshhhh
Make the garden secure, put fencing up!! Not rocket is it? If u can afford loads of kids and a dog then u can afford to make the garden u have secure???? Eshhhh Lisahod p
  • Score: 55

3:11pm Sat 5 Apr 14

100%HANTSBOY says...

mickey01 wrote:
ms ryves mother of 5 with another on the way seems to be playing the we need a bigger house with a garden routine . i would rather rehome the dog than the chavs
Sounds like they need more than the dog muzzled, if you know what I mean!
[quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: ms ryves mother of 5 with another on the way seems to be playing the we need a bigger house with a garden routine . i would rather rehome the dog than the chavs[/p][/quote]Sounds like they need more than the dog muzzled, if you know what I mean! 100%HANTSBOY
  • Score: 35

3:37pm Sat 5 Apr 14

TwistedWitch says...

Now here's a radical idea. Buy a bally dog pen! You don't need a secure garden if the dog is penned in!

Whilst we are waiting for her to get her garden secured, or an uncontrollable dog re-homed it can get out again and rip a smaller dog to pieces, or worse still a child. If it attacked my dog I would put it down myself!

Has she even offered to make restitution to the woman it attacked, or pay their vet's bill for their pet? Has she beggary. People like this make me sick and turn us responsible dog owners into pariahs!

My dog was attacked as a puppy by two springer spaniels. The woman's reaction when I finally rescued my poor terrified dog as she stood on and watched doing nothing to help 'why didn't you grab your's sooner!'...... 'why were your's roaming free unmuzzled if they like to have other's for breakfast' was my reply. Her son turned round and said 'I guess that's them in quarantine for another few weeks then' ...... and 'at least you avoided a vet bill this time Mum'. Clearly this nasty creatures had done it before as well.

Once a dog gets a taste for blood, sadly you won't retrain it, especially if you clearly haven't a ruddy clue in the first place
Now here's a radical idea. Buy a bally dog pen! You don't need a secure garden if the dog is penned in! Whilst we are waiting for her to get her garden secured, or an uncontrollable dog re-homed it can get out again and rip a smaller dog to pieces, or worse still a child. If it attacked my dog I would put it down myself! Has she even offered to make restitution to the woman it attacked, or pay their vet's bill for their pet? Has she beggary. People like this make me sick and turn us responsible dog owners into pariahs! My dog was attacked as a puppy by two springer spaniels. The woman's reaction when I finally rescued my poor terrified dog as she stood on and watched doing nothing to help 'why didn't you grab your's sooner!'...... 'why were your's roaming free unmuzzled if they like to have other's for breakfast' was my reply. Her son turned round and said 'I guess that's them in quarantine for another few weeks then' ...... and 'at least you avoided a vet bill this time Mum'. Clearly this nasty creatures had done it before as well. Once a dog gets a taste for blood, sadly you won't retrain it, especially if you clearly haven't a ruddy clue in the first place TwistedWitch
  • Score: 18

3:37pm Sat 5 Apr 14

GeekChic says...

Williamson wrote:
I am the husband of the woman injured in the second attack, and the owner of the Westie attacked resulting in vet's fees running into high three figures.
Both were severely traumatised by the attack, and the joy has been taken out of daily dog walks.
The bull terrier is out of control, at least the control of this feckless family who, until the court case ( and even now ) expressed NO concern for the other dogs or their injured owners.
Despite assurances to the dog warden after the first attack, the owners allowed the dog to run free to continue his attacks.
The dog must be put down unfortunately, but more importantly this family should be banned from keeping dogs in the future.
I hope your wife and dog do begin to enjoy their walks again. I'd agree with your statement that the family shouldn't be allowed dogs for the foreseeable future. Much of a dogs behaviour is down to its owners and the training and socialisation. The owner of the staffie needs to grow up and take responsibility for this. Without wanting to jump to assumptions, I do wonder if the irresponsible woman's parenting skills are on par with her dog training.
[quote][p][bold]Williamson[/bold] wrote: I am the husband of the woman injured in the second attack, and the owner of the Westie attacked resulting in vet's fees running into high three figures. Both were severely traumatised by the attack, and the joy has been taken out of daily dog walks. The bull terrier is out of control, at least the control of this feckless family who, until the court case ( and even now ) expressed NO concern for the other dogs or their injured owners. Despite assurances to the dog warden after the first attack, the owners allowed the dog to run free to continue his attacks. The dog must be put down unfortunately, but more importantly this family should be banned from keeping dogs in the future.[/p][/quote]I hope your wife and dog do begin to enjoy their walks again. I'd agree with your statement that the family shouldn't be allowed dogs for the foreseeable future. Much of a dogs behaviour is down to its owners and the training and socialisation. The owner of the staffie needs to grow up and take responsibility for this. Without wanting to jump to assumptions, I do wonder if the irresponsible woman's parenting skills are on par with her dog training. GeekChic
  • Score: 21

3:38pm Sat 5 Apr 14

GeekChic says...

Williamson wrote:
I am the husband of the woman injured in the second attack, and the owner of the Westie attacked resulting in vet's fees running into high three figures.
Both were severely traumatised by the attack, and the joy has been taken out of daily dog walks.
The bull terrier is out of control, at least the control of this feckless family who, until the court case ( and even now ) expressed NO concern for the other dogs or their injured owners.
Despite assurances to the dog warden after the first attack, the owners allowed the dog to run free to continue his attacks.
The dog must be put down unfortunately, but more importantly this family should be banned from keeping dogs in the future.
I hope your wife and dog do begin to enjoy their walks again. I'd agree with your statement that the family shouldn't be allowed dogs for the foreseeable future. Much of a dogs behaviour is down to its owners and the training and socialisation. The owner of the staffie needs to grow up and take responsibility for this. Without wanting to jump to assumptions, I do wonder if the irresponsible woman's parenting skills are on par with her dog training.
[quote][p][bold]Williamson[/bold] wrote: I am the husband of the woman injured in the second attack, and the owner of the Westie attacked resulting in vet's fees running into high three figures. Both were severely traumatised by the attack, and the joy has been taken out of daily dog walks. The bull terrier is out of control, at least the control of this feckless family who, until the court case ( and even now ) expressed NO concern for the other dogs or their injured owners. Despite assurances to the dog warden after the first attack, the owners allowed the dog to run free to continue his attacks. The dog must be put down unfortunately, but more importantly this family should be banned from keeping dogs in the future.[/p][/quote]I hope your wife and dog do begin to enjoy their walks again. I'd agree with your statement that the family shouldn't be allowed dogs for the foreseeable future. Much of a dogs behaviour is down to its owners and the training and socialisation. The owner of the staffie needs to grow up and take responsibility for this. Without wanting to jump to assumptions, I do wonder if the irresponsible woman's parenting skills are on par with her dog training. GeekChic
  • Score: 5

3:44pm Sat 5 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

GeekChic wrote:
Williamson wrote:
I am the husband of the woman injured in the second attack, and the owner of the Westie attacked resulting in vet's fees running into high three figures.
Both were severely traumatised by the attack, and the joy has been taken out of daily dog walks.
The bull terrier is out of control, at least the control of this feckless family who, until the court case ( and even now ) expressed NO concern for the other dogs or their injured owners.
Despite assurances to the dog warden after the first attack, the owners allowed the dog to run free to continue his attacks.
The dog must be put down unfortunately, but more importantly this family should be banned from keeping dogs in the future.
I hope your wife and dog do begin to enjoy their walks again. I'd agree with your statement that the family shouldn't be allowed dogs for the foreseeable future. Much of a dogs behaviour is down to its owners and the training and socialisation. The owner of the staffie needs to grow up and take responsibility for this. Without wanting to jump to assumptions, I do wonder if the irresponsible woman's parenting skills are on par with her dog training.
I share your opinion with the last paragraph. The two eldest 'gents' appear to be wearing hoodies and tracksuits whilst the woman has some kind of awful tight leggings. This alone speaks a thousand words.
[quote][p][bold]GeekChic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Williamson[/bold] wrote: I am the husband of the woman injured in the second attack, and the owner of the Westie attacked resulting in vet's fees running into high three figures. Both were severely traumatised by the attack, and the joy has been taken out of daily dog walks. The bull terrier is out of control, at least the control of this feckless family who, until the court case ( and even now ) expressed NO concern for the other dogs or their injured owners. Despite assurances to the dog warden after the first attack, the owners allowed the dog to run free to continue his attacks. The dog must be put down unfortunately, but more importantly this family should be banned from keeping dogs in the future.[/p][/quote]I hope your wife and dog do begin to enjoy their walks again. I'd agree with your statement that the family shouldn't be allowed dogs for the foreseeable future. Much of a dogs behaviour is down to its owners and the training and socialisation. The owner of the staffie needs to grow up and take responsibility for this. Without wanting to jump to assumptions, I do wonder if the irresponsible woman's parenting skills are on par with her dog training.[/p][/quote]I share your opinion with the last paragraph. The two eldest 'gents' appear to be wearing hoodies and tracksuits whilst the woman has some kind of awful tight leggings. This alone speaks a thousand words. IronLady2010
  • Score: 10

3:52pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Frank28 says...

Is it a real Staffordshire Bull Terrier, or is it an illegal Pit Bull Terrier? These dogs are descended from Bull Baiters. Owners must be mindful of what their breed was originally created for. Also, dog owners are fully liable in law and financially, for any losses or damages their pets cause. Clearly, this lady cannot control her dog. She should be more concerned about this than what her children think.
Is it a real Staffordshire Bull Terrier, or is it an illegal Pit Bull Terrier? These dogs are descended from Bull Baiters. Owners must be mindful of what their breed was originally created for. Also, dog owners are fully liable in law and financially, for any losses or damages their pets cause. Clearly, this lady cannot control her dog. She should be more concerned about this than what her children think. Frank28
  • Score: 10

4:05pm Sat 5 Apr 14

NotoNwo says...

Put it down
it has attacked once too many times
if the owner is so caring why did it get out?
two things could have happened when this dog became stray first it could have been run over by a car, the second scenario did occur it attacked another dog and nearly seriously hurt a person.
the owner plays a huge part in the behavior of this animal.
we go for walks in Winchester the owners around there are really good when they realise my children are afraid they hold them to one side to let us pass.
in the forest 3 years ago, 2 dogs surrounded us with the owners not calling them off my children instead telling us not to come to the.countryside if we don't like animals.

so here it shows that if the dog is dangerous it is the owner to blame as much as the dog itself.

This beast should have been destroyed by now with no questions or hesitation.
Put it down it has attacked once too many times if the owner is so caring why did it get out? two things could have happened when this dog became stray first it could have been run over by a car, the second scenario did occur it attacked another dog and nearly seriously hurt a person. the owner plays a huge part in the behavior of this animal. we go for walks in Winchester the owners around there are really good when they realise my children are afraid they hold them to one side to let us pass. in the forest 3 years ago, 2 dogs surrounded us with the owners not calling them off my children instead telling us not to come to the.countryside if we don't like animals. so here it shows that if the dog is dangerous it is the owner to blame as much as the dog itself. This beast should have been destroyed by now with no questions or hesitation. NotoNwo
  • Score: 12

4:18pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Dai Rear says...

Sir Ad E Noid wrote:
I keep hearing and reading that Staffordshire Bull terriers are cute little doggies. I occasionally read that some are truly nice, I also read that many are viscous dogs that can inflict horrendous injuries. Much is down to how they are raised within a family, but the dog always reserves the right to attack when it thinks it is necessary. What were they originally bred for?
I doubt a "viscous" dog could do much harm to anyone-maybe envelope them, like an amoeba?
"Ms Ryves, 40, of Bassett Green Drive, said: “I can understand Keiz has attacked dogs and neighbours are distressed, and I feel for them, but we are trying to find a home with a secure garden so Keiz can play outside with the children"
if she's rich enough to have 5 children and another on the way, I'd have thought buying another home would be a doddle.
Wait though. Picture 2 says it all.She MIGHT just be waiting for US to give her yet another home. Maybe Keizer could be a speciality at the local Korean restaurant.
[quote][p][bold]Sir Ad E Noid[/bold] wrote: I keep hearing and reading that Staffordshire Bull terriers are cute little doggies. I occasionally read that some are truly nice, I also read that many are viscous dogs that can inflict horrendous injuries. Much is down to how they are raised within a family, but the dog always reserves the right to attack when it thinks it is necessary. What were they originally bred for?[/p][/quote]I doubt a "viscous" dog could do much harm to anyone-maybe envelope them, like an amoeba? "Ms Ryves, 40, of Bassett Green Drive, said: “I can understand Keiz has attacked dogs and neighbours are distressed, and I feel for them, but we are trying to find a home with a secure garden so Keiz can play outside with the children" if she's rich enough to have 5 children and another on the way, I'd have thought buying another home would be a doddle. Wait though. Picture 2 says it all.She MIGHT just be waiting for US to give her yet another home. Maybe Keizer could be a speciality at the local Korean restaurant. Dai Rear
  • Score: 8

4:35pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Mary80 says...

Its not the breed of dog its the bad owners that make the breeds dangerous. Certain breeds of dogs like pitbulls need such an intense amount of training you can't buy one not treat it right then turn around and whine when it bites someone. Dogs can be great but people should stop buying them if they can't commit 100% to training them, and yeah this woman has 6 kids clearly she couldn't be bothered to give her poor dog the training it needed, and now its most likely going to die because yet another dog owner is a moron
Its not the breed of dog its the bad owners that make the breeds dangerous. Certain breeds of dogs like pitbulls need such an intense amount of training you can't buy one not treat it right then turn around and whine when it bites someone. Dogs can be great but people should stop buying them if they can't commit 100% to training them, and yeah this woman has 6 kids clearly she couldn't be bothered to give her poor dog the training it needed, and now its most likely going to die because yet another dog owner is a moron Mary80
  • Score: 12

4:37pm Sat 5 Apr 14

philiprhampton says...

For once the Authorities are acting before this animal attacks and maybe kills a child.
For once the Authorities are acting before this animal attacks and maybe kills a child. philiprhampton
  • Score: 13

5:03pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Dai Rear says...

philiprhampton wrote:
For once the Authorities are acting before this animal attacks and maybe kills a child.
Or even 6
[quote][p][bold]philiprhampton[/bold] wrote: For once the Authorities are acting before this animal attacks and maybe kills a child.[/p][/quote]Or even 6 Dai Rear
  • Score: 9

5:10pm Sat 5 Apr 14

SAB208 says...

And surprise, surprise one of her children has ADHD!!!
And surprise, surprise one of her children has ADHD!!! SAB208
  • Score: 19

6:03pm Sat 5 Apr 14

bigfella777 says...

So come on tell me out of all the hundreds of dog breeds available why do you have a staffy? Why not a spaniel or retriever?
I will never accept the trend for this breed it is all about status why Dont you think before hand especially as you have children.
These dogs are capable of inflicting serious harm I'm sure if it was legal to keep a hyena there are certain people that would.
Grow up.
So come on tell me out of all the hundreds of dog breeds available why do you have a staffy? Why not a spaniel or retriever? I will never accept the trend for this breed it is all about status why Dont you think before hand especially as you have children. These dogs are capable of inflicting serious harm I'm sure if it was legal to keep a hyena there are certain people that would. Grow up. bigfella777
  • Score: 14

7:07pm Sat 5 Apr 14

greejg says...

The dog has only attacked other dogs never people so why should it be put down. Perhaps we should start putting down people that attack other people whether or not they kill them especially in the case of the two brothers that beat the newsagent to death in Eastliegh.
The dog has only attacked other dogs never people so why should it be put down. Perhaps we should start putting down people that attack other people whether or not they kill them especially in the case of the two brothers that beat the newsagent to death in Eastliegh. greejg
  • Score: -10

7:11pm Sat 5 Apr 14

kyrrie says...

Proudtoberomany wrote:
OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.
Why does she need to move, surely she can make her garden secure with fencing ! As a responsible dog owner it's her job to do this.
[quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.[/p][/quote]Why does she need to move, surely she can make her garden secure with fencing ! As a responsible dog owner it's her job to do this. kyrrie
  • Score: 11

7:36pm Sat 5 Apr 14

mickey01 says...

Proudtoberomany wrote:
OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.
a romany yea right another living off the state no doubt you are probably related
[quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.[/p][/quote]a romany yea right another living off the state no doubt you are probably related mickey01
  • Score: 14

7:39pm Sat 5 Apr 14

mickey01 says...

Proudtoberomany wrote:
mickey01 wrote:
ms ryves mother of 5 with another on the way seems to be playing the we need a bigger house with a garden routine . i would rather rehome the dog than the chavs
She has a big house and a massive garden its just unfortunate the garden isn't that secure, and they are not chavs!
yea right my garden is not that secure but i dont own a dog ewho attacks everything it sees as i have brought it up right so stop defendeing the un defencable get the dog put down and muzzle the woman
[quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: ms ryves mother of 5 with another on the way seems to be playing the we need a bigger house with a garden routine . i would rather rehome the dog than the chavs[/p][/quote]She has a big house and a massive garden its just unfortunate the garden isn't that secure, and they are not chavs![/p][/quote]yea right my garden is not that secure but i dont own a dog ewho attacks everything it sees as i have brought it up right so stop defendeing the un defencable get the dog put down and muzzle the woman mickey01
  • Score: 8

7:48pm Sat 5 Apr 14

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7:53pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Randoor says...

greejg wrote:
The dog has only attacked other dogs never people so why should it be put down. Perhaps we should start putting down people that attack other people whether or not they kill them especially in the case of the two brothers that beat the newsagent to death in Eastliegh.
If you read the report which you obviously have not ,Quote A woman was left with a scratched face and injured foot in this incident. .
The dog should be destroyed.
And also you say the dog only attacked other dogs in your book is that ok , I think not
[quote][p][bold]greejg[/bold] wrote: The dog has only attacked other dogs never people so why should it be put down. Perhaps we should start putting down people that attack other people whether or not they kill them especially in the case of the two brothers that beat the newsagent to death in Eastliegh.[/p][/quote]If you read the report which you obviously have not ,Quote A woman was left with a scratched face and injured foot in this incident. . The dog should be destroyed. And also you say the dog only attacked other dogs in your book is that ok , I think not Randoor
  • Score: 9

8:01pm Sat 5 Apr 14

bigfella777 says...

mickey01 wrote:
Proudtoberomany wrote:
OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.
a romany yea right another living off the state no doubt you are probably related
In 2012 there were 6408 A and e admissions for dog bites. Its not right. To dogs we are just meat that can talk.
[quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.[/p][/quote]a romany yea right another living off the state no doubt you are probably related[/p][/quote]In 2012 there were 6408 A and e admissions for dog bites. Its not right. To dogs we are just meat that can talk. bigfella777
  • Score: 5

8:02pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Chas O'Bursledon says...

Solomon's choice. Either put down her kids or the dog. It's only a matter of time before it attacks a toddler or an infant. Alternatively, she could have an abortion and the be sterilised. I do t agree with anything I just wrote. Jt it is only a dog with a violent streak. It has to go.
Solomon's choice. Either put down her kids or the dog. It's only a matter of time before it attacks a toddler or an infant. Alternatively, she could have an abortion and the be sterilised. I do t agree with anything I just wrote. Jt it is only a dog with a violent streak. It has to go. Chas O'Bursledon
  • Score: 3

8:15pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Proudtoberomany says...

mickey01 wrote:
Proudtoberomany wrote:
OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.
a romany yea right another living off the state no doubt you are probably related
No I'm not " living off the state" actually I am very proud of my roots, its racist people like you who don't even deserve the time of day you sad little keyboard warrior. What's your problem were you bullied at school and now have to make yourself feel important by doing the same to others. Stupid little muppet
[quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.[/p][/quote]a romany yea right another living off the state no doubt you are probably related[/p][/quote]No I'm not " living off the state" actually I am very proud of my roots, its racist people like you who don't even deserve the time of day you sad little keyboard warrior. What's your problem were you bullied at school and now have to make yourself feel important by doing the same to others. Stupid little muppet Proudtoberomany
  • Score: -12

8:28pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Proudtoberomany says...

Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.
Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards. Proudtoberomany
  • Score: -15

8:31pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Manson002 says...

Chas O'Bursledon wrote:
Solomon's choice. Either put down her kids or the dog. It's only a matter of time before it attacks a toddler or an infant. Alternatively, she could have an abortion and the be sterilised. I do t agree with anything I just wrote. Jt it is only a dog with a violent streak. It has to go.
Who do you people think you are put down the kids your sick , may be you need to be put down!!!!!!!!!
The dog is a great dog, good with babys, kids and adults so all you poeple sitting there judging need to take a look at your self and worry about your own life and get a life....
You dont even know the family they do nothing wrong keep there self to there selfs and get on with there own life maybe you need to do the same yes....
Hopefullthy the dog will bve home next week where the family can control her in her own home with her family who she knows.
This was suppose to be to save the dog not put the family down, to many people with nothing better to do. Once again get a life.........
[quote][p][bold]Chas O'Bursledon[/bold] wrote: Solomon's choice. Either put down her kids or the dog. It's only a matter of time before it attacks a toddler or an infant. Alternatively, she could have an abortion and the be sterilised. I do t agree with anything I just wrote. Jt it is only a dog with a violent streak. It has to go.[/p][/quote]Who do you people think you are put down the kids your sick , may be you need to be put down!!!!!!!!! The dog is a great dog, good with babys, kids and adults so all you poeple sitting there judging need to take a look at your self and worry about your own life and get a life.... You dont even know the family they do nothing wrong keep there self to there selfs and get on with there own life maybe you need to do the same yes.... Hopefullthy the dog will bve home next week where the family can control her in her own home with her family who she knows. This was suppose to be to save the dog not put the family down, to many people with nothing better to do. Once again get a life......... Manson002
  • Score: -15

8:32pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Manson002 says...

greejg wrote:
The dog has only attacked other dogs never people so why should it be put down. Perhaps we should start putting down people that attack other people whether or not they kill them especially in the case of the two brothers that beat the newsagent to death in Eastliegh.
So true mate, that would be good.
[quote][p][bold]greejg[/bold] wrote: The dog has only attacked other dogs never people so why should it be put down. Perhaps we should start putting down people that attack other people whether or not they kill them especially in the case of the two brothers that beat the newsagent to death in Eastliegh.[/p][/quote]So true mate, that would be good. Manson002
  • Score: 1

8:34pm Sat 5 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

Yikes, it's got around Facebook. Bring on Jeremy Kyle!
Yikes, it's got around Facebook. Bring on Jeremy Kyle! IronLady2010
  • Score: 0

8:35pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Manson002 says...

localnews wrote:
Should think the Families of the dogs attacked were fearful of losing their pet's too but this woman is playing the "my kids will be devastated" card in the hope that her beast will live to do it again
The kids will be devostated how do you know, do you know the kids do you know the dog......... The whole family will be devosated if Kize is put to sleep.
[quote][p][bold]localnews[/bold] wrote: Should think the Families of the dogs attacked were fearful of losing their pet's too but this woman is playing the "my kids will be devastated" card in the hope that her beast will live to do it again[/p][/quote]The kids will be devostated how do you know, do you know the kids do you know the dog......... The whole family will be devosated if Kize is put to sleep. Manson002
  • Score: -14

8:36pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Manson002 says...

TwistedWitch wrote:
Now here's a radical idea. Buy a bally dog pen! You don't need a secure garden if the dog is penned in!

Whilst we are waiting for her to get her garden secured, or an uncontrollable dog re-homed it can get out again and rip a smaller dog to pieces, or worse still a child. If it attacked my dog I would put it down myself!

Has she even offered to make restitution to the woman it attacked, or pay their vet's bill for their pet? Has she beggary. People like this make me sick and turn us responsible dog owners into pariahs!

My dog was attacked as a puppy by two springer spaniels. The woman's reaction when I finally rescued my poor terrified dog as she stood on and watched doing nothing to help 'why didn't you grab your's sooner!'...... 'why were your's roaming free unmuzzled if they like to have other's for breakfast' was my reply. Her son turned round and said 'I guess that's them in quarantine for another few weeks then' ...... and 'at least you avoided a vet bill this time Mum'. Clearly this nasty creatures had done it before as well.

Once a dog gets a taste for blood, sadly you won't retrain it, especially if you clearly haven't a ruddy clue in the first place
So its not just staffys that bite them its all dogs......
[quote][p][bold]TwistedWitch[/bold] wrote: Now here's a radical idea. Buy a bally dog pen! You don't need a secure garden if the dog is penned in! Whilst we are waiting for her to get her garden secured, or an uncontrollable dog re-homed it can get out again and rip a smaller dog to pieces, or worse still a child. If it attacked my dog I would put it down myself! Has she even offered to make restitution to the woman it attacked, or pay their vet's bill for their pet? Has she beggary. People like this make me sick and turn us responsible dog owners into pariahs! My dog was attacked as a puppy by two springer spaniels. The woman's reaction when I finally rescued my poor terrified dog as she stood on and watched doing nothing to help 'why didn't you grab your's sooner!'...... 'why were your's roaming free unmuzzled if they like to have other's for breakfast' was my reply. Her son turned round and said 'I guess that's them in quarantine for another few weeks then' ...... and 'at least you avoided a vet bill this time Mum'. Clearly this nasty creatures had done it before as well. Once a dog gets a taste for blood, sadly you won't retrain it, especially if you clearly haven't a ruddy clue in the first place[/p][/quote]So its not just staffys that bite them its all dogs...... Manson002
  • Score: -2

8:38pm Sat 5 Apr 14

SaintJoeBhoy says...

They should do society a favor and put her down instead! Absolute chavtastic idiot!
They should do society a favor and put her down instead! Absolute chavtastic idiot! SaintJoeBhoy
  • Score: 6

8:43pm Sat 5 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

Proudtoberomany wrote:
Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.
You may have a point there. Normal people wouldn't confront people like yourself through fear of being attacked physically.

I think you are doing a great job of re-inforcing why the dog should be sadly lay to rest. It's not the dogs fault! It's people like you!
[quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.[/p][/quote]You may have a point there. Normal people wouldn't confront people like yourself through fear of being attacked physically. I think you are doing a great job of re-inforcing why the dog should be sadly lay to rest. It's not the dogs fault! It's people like you! IronLady2010
  • Score: 11

9:05pm Sat 5 Apr 14

bigfella777 says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
Proudtoberomany wrote:
Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.
You may have a point there. Normal people wouldn't confront people like yourself through fear of being attacked physically.

I think you are doing a great job of re-inforcing why the dog should be sadly lay to rest. It's not the dogs fault! It's people like you!
Amen to that
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.[/p][/quote]You may have a point there. Normal people wouldn't confront people like yourself through fear of being attacked physically. I think you are doing a great job of re-inforcing why the dog should be sadly lay to rest. It's not the dogs fault! It's people like you![/p][/quote]Amen to that bigfella777
  • Score: 10

9:05pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Balsamic says...

Kill it , stuff it, give it back to them.
Everyone's a winner ,and it doesn't need feeding , the fence doesn't need repairing ,they won't need to move house and I won't have to pay more tax .

Bonus .
Kill it , stuff it, give it back to them. Everyone's a winner ,and it doesn't need feeding , the fence doesn't need repairing ,they won't need to move house and I won't have to pay more tax . Bonus . Balsamic
  • Score: 17

9:17pm Sat 5 Apr 14

The_Judge says...

Today's judgement - ignore the chavs, put it down. Case closed.
Today's judgement - ignore the chavs, put it down. Case closed. The_Judge
  • Score: 9

9:32pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Manson002 says...

Randoor wrote:
I am very sorry but if you fail to control your dog then the law says it must be destroyed , The dog has attacked other dogs already and who knows what may happen next.
The dog may not have attacked a child yet , But it is you that is responsible for your dog , And therefore you are responsible for the behaviour of this dog and will have to deal with decision of the court.
i no keize would never attack any kids as she is very play ful and friendley to with the kids just dont under stand why every one is saying these things unless you no her and what she is like around the family then why should you judge her when you dont no notting
[quote][p][bold]Randoor[/bold] wrote: I am very sorry but if you fail to control your dog then the law says it must be destroyed , The dog has attacked other dogs already and who knows what may happen next. The dog may not have attacked a child yet , But it is you that is responsible for your dog , And therefore you are responsible for the behaviour of this dog and will have to deal with decision of the court.[/p][/quote]i no keize would never attack any kids as she is very play ful and friendley to with the kids just dont under stand why every one is saying these things unless you no her and what she is like around the family then why should you judge her when you dont no notting Manson002
  • Score: -18

9:48pm Sat 5 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

Manson002 wrote:
Randoor wrote:
I am very sorry but if you fail to control your dog then the law says it must be destroyed , The dog has attacked other dogs already and who knows what may happen next.
The dog may not have attacked a child yet , But it is you that is responsible for your dog , And therefore you are responsible for the behaviour of this dog and will have to deal with decision of the court.
i no keize would never attack any kids as she is very play ful and friendley to with the kids just dont under stand why every one is saying these things unless you no her and what she is like around the family then why should you judge her when you dont no notting
We know she bites, is that not enough evidence?

Are you being deliberately stupid or facetious?
[quote][p][bold]Manson002[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Randoor[/bold] wrote: I am very sorry but if you fail to control your dog then the law says it must be destroyed , The dog has attacked other dogs already and who knows what may happen next. The dog may not have attacked a child yet , But it is you that is responsible for your dog , And therefore you are responsible for the behaviour of this dog and will have to deal with decision of the court.[/p][/quote]i no keize would never attack any kids as she is very play ful and friendley to with the kids just dont under stand why every one is saying these things unless you no her and what she is like around the family then why should you judge her when you dont no notting[/p][/quote]We know she bites, is that not enough evidence? Are you being deliberately stupid or facetious? IronLady2010
  • Score: 5

9:49pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Manson002 says...

Jesta-a-View wrote:
I feel sorry for the dog but clearly this woman has enough on her plate coping with five kids with another on the way.

A clear case of wrong type of person with the wrong type of dog!

The dog is not being controlled, it has attacked other dogs and scratched a person.

There wouldn't even be a debate in some countries and in this case, hard as it may be to accept, unless someone responsible can be quickly found to take on the poor animal, it must be put down.
once again she love keize and so did the rest of the family so why dont you think be say any think be fore you judge a her or any one you have no rights at all
[quote][p][bold]Jesta-a-View[/bold] wrote: I feel sorry for the dog but clearly this woman has enough on her plate coping with five kids with another on the way. A clear case of wrong type of person with the wrong type of dog! The dog is not being controlled, it has attacked other dogs and scratched a person. There wouldn't even be a debate in some countries and in this case, hard as it may be to accept, unless someone responsible can be quickly found to take on the poor animal, it must be put down.[/p][/quote]once again she love keize and so did the rest of the family so why dont you think be say any think be fore you judge a her or any one you have no rights at all Manson002
  • Score: -11

10:03pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Proudtoberomany says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
Proudtoberomany wrote:
Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.
You may have a point there. Normal people wouldn't confront people like yourself through fear of being attacked physically.

I think you are doing a great job of re-inforcing why the dog should be sadly lay to rest. It's not the dogs fault! It's people like you!
People like me. Rather be like me than call myself iron lady yet you having got the balls that she had. Were you bullied at school lol.
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.[/p][/quote]You may have a point there. Normal people wouldn't confront people like yourself through fear of being attacked physically. I think you are doing a great job of re-inforcing why the dog should be sadly lay to rest. It's not the dogs fault! It's people like you![/p][/quote]People like me. Rather be like me than call myself iron lady yet you having got the balls that she had. Were you bullied at school lol. Proudtoberomany
  • Score: -9

10:03pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Proudtoberomany says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
Proudtoberomany wrote:
Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.
You may have a point there. Normal people wouldn't confront people like yourself through fear of being attacked physically.

I think you are doing a great job of re-inforcing why the dog should be sadly lay to rest. It's not the dogs fault! It's people like you!
People like me. Rather be like me than call myself iron lady yet you having got the balls that she had. Were you bullied at school lol.
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.[/p][/quote]You may have a point there. Normal people wouldn't confront people like yourself through fear of being attacked physically. I think you are doing a great job of re-inforcing why the dog should be sadly lay to rest. It's not the dogs fault! It's people like you![/p][/quote]People like me. Rather be like me than call myself iron lady yet you having got the balls that she had. Were you bullied at school lol. Proudtoberomany
  • Score: -9

10:09pm Sat 5 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

Proudtoberomany wrote:
IronLady2010 wrote:
Proudtoberomany wrote:
Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.
You may have a point there. Normal people wouldn't confront people like yourself through fear of being attacked physically.

I think you are doing a great job of re-inforcing why the dog should be sadly lay to rest. It's not the dogs fault! It's people like you!
People like me. Rather be like me than call myself iron lady yet you having got the balls that she had. Were you bullied at school lol.
The balls she had? Has she lost them?

This warrants a new Echo Article 'She who lost the Balls'
[quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.[/p][/quote]You may have a point there. Normal people wouldn't confront people like yourself through fear of being attacked physically. I think you are doing a great job of re-inforcing why the dog should be sadly lay to rest. It's not the dogs fault! It's people like you![/p][/quote]People like me. Rather be like me than call myself iron lady yet you having got the balls that she had. Were you bullied at school lol.[/p][/quote]The balls she had? Has she lost them? This warrants a new Echo Article 'She who lost the Balls' IronLady2010
  • Score: 0

11:11pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Sir Ad E Noid says...

Dai Rear wrote:
Sir Ad E Noid wrote:
I keep hearing and reading that Staffordshire Bull terriers are cute little doggies. I occasionally read that some are truly nice, I also read that many are viscous dogs that can inflict horrendous injuries. Much is down to how they are raised within a family, but the dog always reserves the right to attack when it thinks it is necessary. What were they originally bred for?
I doubt a "viscous" dog could do much harm to anyone-maybe envelope them, like an amoeba?
"Ms Ryves, 40, of Bassett Green Drive, said: “I can understand Keiz has attacked dogs and neighbours are distressed, and I feel for them, but we are trying to find a home with a secure garden so Keiz can play outside with the children"
if she's rich enough to have 5 children and another on the way, I'd have thought buying another home would be a doddle.
Wait though. Picture 2 says it all.She MIGHT just be waiting for US to give her yet another home. Maybe Keizer could be a speciality at the local Korean restaurant.
Spell check is working OK, but thanks for pointing that I never check spell check out. Phew. ****.
[quote][p][bold]Dai Rear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sir Ad E Noid[/bold] wrote: I keep hearing and reading that Staffordshire Bull terriers are cute little doggies. I occasionally read that some are truly nice, I also read that many are viscous dogs that can inflict horrendous injuries. Much is down to how they are raised within a family, but the dog always reserves the right to attack when it thinks it is necessary. What were they originally bred for?[/p][/quote]I doubt a "viscous" dog could do much harm to anyone-maybe envelope them, like an amoeba? "Ms Ryves, 40, of Bassett Green Drive, said: “I can understand Keiz has attacked dogs and neighbours are distressed, and I feel for them, but we are trying to find a home with a secure garden so Keiz can play outside with the children" if she's rich enough to have 5 children and another on the way, I'd have thought buying another home would be a doddle. Wait though. Picture 2 says it all.She MIGHT just be waiting for US to give her yet another home. Maybe Keizer could be a speciality at the local Korean restaurant.[/p][/quote]Spell check is working OK, but thanks for pointing that I never check spell check out. Phew. ****. Sir Ad E Noid
  • Score: -1

11:16pm Sat 5 Apr 14

MrBrightside85 says...

The dog should be put down before it can produce anymore offspring.

So should the Staffy

Ba da bam tish.....
The dog should be put down before it can produce anymore offspring. So should the Staffy Ba da bam tish..... MrBrightside85
  • Score: 16

11:22pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Sir Ad E Noid says...

richard57 wrote:
Sir Ad E Noid wrote:
I keep hearing and reading that Staffordshire Bull terriers are cute little doggies. I occasionally read that some are truly nice, I also read that many are viscous dogs that can inflict horrendous injuries. Much is down to how they are raised within a family, but the dog always reserves the right to attack when it thinks it is necessary. What were they originally bred for?
what a loab of b******
Your dog may not bite other people / dogs, but, many Staffordshire Bull Terriers do. As I said, the upbringing of the dog is crucial. Get that wrong and the nature of the breed will turn it into a problem dog. They are normally a quite breed but have the power and strength to do a lot of damage when they attack you. And attack they do, they have not had the "attack the bull" bred out of them, yet, and never will have. Please do not even bother to reply justifying that the breed is placid and wouldn't hurt a fly. That argument is just plain wrong.
[quote][p][bold]richard57[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sir Ad E Noid[/bold] wrote: I keep hearing and reading that Staffordshire Bull terriers are cute little doggies. I occasionally read that some are truly nice, I also read that many are viscous dogs that can inflict horrendous injuries. Much is down to how they are raised within a family, but the dog always reserves the right to attack when it thinks it is necessary. What were they originally bred for?[/p][/quote]what a loab of b******[/p][/quote]Your dog may not bite other people / dogs, but, many Staffordshire Bull Terriers do. As I said, the upbringing of the dog is crucial. Get that wrong and the nature of the breed will turn it into a problem dog. They are normally a quite breed but have the power and strength to do a lot of damage when they attack you. And attack they do, they have not had the "attack the bull" bred out of them, yet, and never will have. Please do not even bother to reply justifying that the breed is placid and wouldn't hurt a fly. That argument is just plain wrong. Sir Ad E Noid
  • Score: 4

1:56am Sun 6 Apr 14

Saturdaynight14 says...

What a load of crap some of these comments are! Some of you people are the reason these poor staffys get such bad labeling, maybe you should all do some research on staffys and actually get to know one and then your realise how loving and intelligent this breed is! It really bugs me that just because staffys are a muscular breed they get plastered all over the press! You never see these ankle biting yappy little vicious breeds being reported for attacking! And maybe you should all take the time to actually see the hospital statistics for the breed of dog that's caused the most bites! This dog is only 3 he still has time to be trained and yes the owner should be more responsible for her dog and should muzzle it or avoid other dogs when on walks! This poor dog should not have its life lost because of human error! The owner either should commit time to this dog or re home it! As it isn't a killing machine it was obviously feeling threatened and attacked like all dog breeds do! This dog could have done damage if it meant too but it didn't! Stop bullying this breed!
What a load of crap some of these comments are! Some of you people are the reason these poor staffys get such bad labeling, maybe you should all do some research on staffys and actually get to know one and then your realise how loving and intelligent this breed is! It really bugs me that just because staffys are a muscular breed they get plastered all over the press! You never see these ankle biting yappy little vicious breeds being reported for attacking! And maybe you should all take the time to actually see the hospital statistics for the breed of dog that's caused the most bites! This dog is only 3 he still has time to be trained and yes the owner should be more responsible for her dog and should muzzle it or avoid other dogs when on walks! This poor dog should not have its life lost because of human error! The owner either should commit time to this dog or re home it! As it isn't a killing machine it was obviously feeling threatened and attacked like all dog breeds do! This dog could have done damage if it meant too but it didn't! Stop bullying this breed! Saturdaynight14
  • Score: -7

6:40am Sun 6 Apr 14

Randoor says...

Saturdaynight14 wrote:
What a load of crap some of these comments are! Some of you people are the reason these poor staffys get such bad labeling, maybe you should all do some research on staffys and actually get to know one and then your realise how loving and intelligent this breed is! It really bugs me that just because staffys are a muscular breed they get plastered all over the press! You never see these ankle biting yappy little vicious breeds being reported for attacking! And maybe you should all take the time to actually see the hospital statistics for the breed of dog that's caused the most bites! This dog is only 3 he still has time to be trained and yes the owner should be more responsible for her dog and should muzzle it or avoid other dogs when on walks! This poor dog should not have its life lost because of human error! The owner either should commit time to this dog or re home it! As it isn't a killing machine it was obviously feeling threatened and attacked like all dog breeds do! This dog could have done damage if it meant too but it didn't! Stop bullying this breed!
What a stupid post , The dog has attacked and it makes no difference whatever the breed it must be destroyed .
you clearly know nothing about dogs !! Not all dogs will attack if threatened it is the training and knowledge of dogs that will prevent that happening.
[quote][p][bold]Saturdaynight14[/bold] wrote: What a load of crap some of these comments are! Some of you people are the reason these poor staffys get such bad labeling, maybe you should all do some research on staffys and actually get to know one and then your realise how loving and intelligent this breed is! It really bugs me that just because staffys are a muscular breed they get plastered all over the press! You never see these ankle biting yappy little vicious breeds being reported for attacking! And maybe you should all take the time to actually see the hospital statistics for the breed of dog that's caused the most bites! This dog is only 3 he still has time to be trained and yes the owner should be more responsible for her dog and should muzzle it or avoid other dogs when on walks! This poor dog should not have its life lost because of human error! The owner either should commit time to this dog or re home it! As it isn't a killing machine it was obviously feeling threatened and attacked like all dog breeds do! This dog could have done damage if it meant too but it didn't! Stop bullying this breed![/p][/quote]What a stupid post , The dog has attacked and it makes no difference whatever the breed it must be destroyed . you clearly know nothing about dogs !! Not all dogs will attack if threatened it is the training and knowledge of dogs that will prevent that happening. Randoor
  • Score: 8

8:17am Sun 6 Apr 14

Dai Rear says...

"once again she love keize and so did the rest of the family so why dont you think be say any think be fore you judge a her or any one you have no rights at all"
Translation?
"once again she love keize and so did the rest of the family so why dont you think be say any think be fore you judge a her or any one you have no rights at all" Translation? Dai Rear
  • Score: 7

8:32am Sun 6 Apr 14

The Wickham Man says...

People who describe vicious dogs as "loving" just don;t understand animals and should not be allowed to keep them. Animal society is complex, and to think in terms of a dog being just "Loving or not loving" shows a lack of understanding. THese owners have made no effort to train this dog and it will be the dog that pays the price for their failure. THe only comfort is that it is not a small child that has paid the price. Dog training should be mandatory for all dogs and their owners and should be a condition of being allowed to keep one.
People who describe vicious dogs as "loving" just don;t understand animals and should not be allowed to keep them. Animal society is complex, and to think in terms of a dog being just "Loving or not loving" shows a lack of understanding. THese owners have made no effort to train this dog and it will be the dog that pays the price for their failure. THe only comfort is that it is not a small child that has paid the price. Dog training should be mandatory for all dogs and their owners and should be a condition of being allowed to keep one. The Wickham Man
  • Score: 11

9:21am Sun 6 Apr 14

bigfella777 says...

If a dog gets loose it should be fair game to hunt it down and kill it
If a dog gets loose it should be fair game to hunt it down and kill it bigfella777
  • Score: 4

9:24am Sun 6 Apr 14

Dai Rear says...

Who do you people think you are put down the kids your sick , may be you need to be put down!!!!!!!!!
The dog is a great dog, good with babys, kids and adults so all you poeple sitting there judging need to take a look at your self and worry about your own life and get a life....
You dont even know the family they do nothing wrong keep there self to there selfs and get on with there own life maybe you need to do the same yes....
Hopefullthy the dog will bve home next week where the family can control her in her own home with her family who she knows.
This was suppose to be to save the dog not put the family down, to many people with nothing better to do. Once again get a life.........
i no keize would never attack any kids as she is very play ful and friendley to with the kids just dont under stand why every one is saying these things unless you no her and what she is like around the family then why should you judge her when you dont no notting
2 different posters using the same name. The second one doesn't have any kind of English as a first language. The first is simply semi-literate. Very odd.
Who do you people think you are put down the kids your sick , may be you need to be put down!!!!!!!!! The dog is a great dog, good with babys, kids and adults so all you poeple sitting there judging need to take a look at your self and worry about your own life and get a life.... You dont even know the family they do nothing wrong keep there self to there selfs and get on with there own life maybe you need to do the same yes.... Hopefullthy the dog will bve home next week where the family can control her in her own home with her family who she knows. This was suppose to be to save the dog not put the family down, to many people with nothing better to do. Once again get a life......... i no keize would never attack any kids as she is very play ful and friendley to with the kids just dont under stand why every one is saying these things unless you no her and what she is like around the family then why should you judge her when you dont no notting 2 different posters using the same name. The second one doesn't have any kind of English as a first language. The first is simply semi-literate. Very odd. Dai Rear
  • Score: -1

10:04am Sun 6 Apr 14

Randoor says...

Dai Rear wrote:
Who do you people think you are put down the kids your sick , may be you need to be put down!!!!!!!!!
The dog is a great dog, good with babys, kids and adults so all you poeple sitting there judging need to take a look at your self and worry about your own life and get a life....
You dont even know the family they do nothing wrong keep there self to there selfs and get on with there own life maybe you need to do the same yes....
Hopefullthy the dog will bve home next week where the family can control her in her own home with her family who she knows.
This was suppose to be to save the dog not put the family down, to many people with nothing better to do. Once again get a life.........
i no keize would never attack any kids as she is very play ful and friendley to with the kids just dont under stand why every one is saying these things unless you no her and what she is like around the family then why should you judge her when you dont no notting
2 different posters using the same name. The second one doesn't have any kind of English as a first language. The first is simply semi-literate. Very odd.
The dogs owner is to blame for the attacks in failing to train and to provide a secure garden for the dog to exercise and toilet in .
I do not care about the background of the family , And will not judge them for who they are, I do not know them personally so I would not comment about their status.
The fact is their dog has a history of attacking other dogs and people and the law says therefore is deemed as a dangerous and must be destroyed..
[quote][p][bold]Dai Rear[/bold] wrote: Who do you people think you are put down the kids your sick , may be you need to be put down!!!!!!!!! The dog is a great dog, good with babys, kids and adults so all you poeple sitting there judging need to take a look at your self and worry about your own life and get a life.... You dont even know the family they do nothing wrong keep there self to there selfs and get on with there own life maybe you need to do the same yes.... Hopefullthy the dog will bve home next week where the family can control her in her own home with her family who she knows. This was suppose to be to save the dog not put the family down, to many people with nothing better to do. Once again get a life......... i no keize would never attack any kids as she is very play ful and friendley to with the kids just dont under stand why every one is saying these things unless you no her and what she is like around the family then why should you judge her when you dont no notting 2 different posters using the same name. The second one doesn't have any kind of English as a first language. The first is simply semi-literate. Very odd.[/p][/quote]The dogs owner is to blame for the attacks in failing to train and to provide a secure garden for the dog to exercise and toilet in . I do not care about the background of the family , And will not judge them for who they are, I do not know them personally so I would not comment about their status. The fact is their dog has a history of attacking other dogs and people and the law says therefore is deemed as a dangerous and must be destroyed.. Randoor
  • Score: 11

10:47am Sun 6 Apr 14

elvisimo says...

Manson002 wrote:
Chas O'Bursledon wrote:
Solomon's choice. Either put down her kids or the dog. It's only a matter of time before it attacks a toddler or an infant. Alternatively, she could have an abortion and the be sterilised. I do t agree with anything I just wrote. Jt it is only a dog with a violent streak. It has to go.
Who do you people think you are put down the kids your sick , may be you need to be put down!!!!!!!!!
The dog is a great dog, good with babys, kids and adults so all you poeple sitting there judging need to take a look at your self and worry about your own life and get a life....
You dont even know the family they do nothing wrong keep there self to there selfs and get on with there own life maybe you need to do the same yes....
Hopefullthy the dog will bve home next week where the family can control her in her own home with her family who she knows.
This was suppose to be to save the dog not put the family down, to many people with nothing better to do. Once again get a life.........
You are a fool. The sort of person who will act all surprised when it attacks the babies that it's so "good" with.
[quote][p][bold]Manson002[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chas O'Bursledon[/bold] wrote: Solomon's choice. Either put down her kids or the dog. It's only a matter of time before it attacks a toddler or an infant. Alternatively, she could have an abortion and the be sterilised. I do t agree with anything I just wrote. Jt it is only a dog with a violent streak. It has to go.[/p][/quote]Who do you people think you are put down the kids your sick , may be you need to be put down!!!!!!!!! The dog is a great dog, good with babys, kids and adults so all you poeple sitting there judging need to take a look at your self and worry about your own life and get a life.... You dont even know the family they do nothing wrong keep there self to there selfs and get on with there own life maybe you need to do the same yes.... Hopefullthy the dog will bve home next week where the family can control her in her own home with her family who she knows. This was suppose to be to save the dog not put the family down, to many people with nothing better to do. Once again get a life.........[/p][/quote]You are a fool. The sort of person who will act all surprised when it attacks the babies that it's so "good" with. elvisimo
  • Score: 7

10:54am Sun 6 Apr 14

massimoosti says...

I value the life of small humans more than animals and if there is any possibility however small that this animal has the potential through breed, behaviour patterns and previous history then it is a risk that requires elimination.
I value the life of small humans more than animals and if there is any possibility however small that this animal has the potential through breed, behaviour patterns and previous history then it is a risk that requires elimination. massimoosti
  • Score: 4

12:47pm Sun 6 Apr 14

pantsanon says...

Proudtoberomany wrote:
elvisimo wrote:
Proudtoberomany wrote:
OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.
Very friendly it would seem - likes to give out 'love bites'. Would not want the thing anywhere near my kids, pets, friends, families. You never know when it will do it again.
She has already agreed to keep her muzzled when she is out and doing everything possible to secure the garden more to stop her from getting out until she is able to move!
This poor dog will be destroyed because of this loving caring dog owner ! think your self lucky lady makes me mad, why dont they put the owners down after all they have bought this creature up. Just please dont get another dog
[quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.[/p][/quote]Very friendly it would seem - likes to give out 'love bites'. Would not want the thing anywhere near my kids, pets, friends, families. You never know when it will do it again.[/p][/quote]She has already agreed to keep her muzzled when she is out and doing everything possible to secure the garden more to stop her from getting out until she is able to move![/p][/quote]This poor dog will be destroyed because of this loving caring dog owner ! think your self lucky lady makes me mad, why dont they put the owners down after all they have bought this creature up. Just please dont get another dog pantsanon
  • Score: 2

12:52pm Sun 6 Apr 14

pantsanon says...

Williamson wrote:
I am the husband of the woman injured in the second attack, and the owner of the Westie attacked resulting in vet's fees running into high three figures.
Both were severely traumatised by the attack, and the joy has been taken out of daily dog walks.
The bull terrier is out of control, at least the control of this feckless family who, until the court case ( and even now ) expressed NO concern for the other dogs or their injured owners.
Despite assurances to the dog warden after the first attack, the owners allowed the dog to run free to continue his attacks.
The dog must be put down unfortunately, but more importantly this family should be banned from keeping dogs in the future.
I agree with you
[quote][p][bold]Williamson[/bold] wrote: I am the husband of the woman injured in the second attack, and the owner of the Westie attacked resulting in vet's fees running into high three figures. Both were severely traumatised by the attack, and the joy has been taken out of daily dog walks. The bull terrier is out of control, at least the control of this feckless family who, until the court case ( and even now ) expressed NO concern for the other dogs or their injured owners. Despite assurances to the dog warden after the first attack, the owners allowed the dog to run free to continue his attacks. The dog must be put down unfortunately, but more importantly this family should be banned from keeping dogs in the future.[/p][/quote]I agree with you pantsanon
  • Score: 6

12:55pm Sun 6 Apr 14

pantsanon says...

Proudtoberomany wrote:
elvisimo wrote:
Proudtoberomany wrote:
OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.
Very friendly it would seem - likes to give out 'love bites'. Would not want the thing anywhere near my kids, pets, friends, families. You never know when it will do it again.
She has already agreed to keep her muzzled when she is out and doing everything possible to secure the garden more to stop her from getting out until she is able to move!
muzzle not good enough ban them from keeping dogs
[quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: OMG I seriously cannot believe how rude some of you people are.....where does it say she wants a bigger house? she said she is looking to move to a house with a secure garden! where does it say that she cares more about the dog than her children? Bassett Green Drive a chavy area do you people even know where this is? she has a beautiful house but unfortunately the garden isn't that secure which is why she is looking to move!!! amazing how opinionated you sad little people are sat behind a computer screen. Kize is an extremely friendly dog who is amazing with children and normally other dogs too.[/p][/quote]Very friendly it would seem - likes to give out 'love bites'. Would not want the thing anywhere near my kids, pets, friends, families. You never know when it will do it again.[/p][/quote]She has already agreed to keep her muzzled when she is out and doing everything possible to secure the garden more to stop her from getting out until she is able to move![/p][/quote]muzzle not good enough ban them from keeping dogs pantsanon
  • Score: 5

12:58pm Sun 6 Apr 14

pantsanon says...

Proudtoberomany wrote:
mickey01 wrote:
ms ryves mother of 5 with another on the way seems to be playing the we need a bigger house with a garden routine . i would rather rehome the dog than the chavs
She has a big house and a massive garden its just unfortunate the garden isn't that secure, and they are not chavs!
sorry but if they were so good and lovely they would of made sure their garden was secure before they got a dog no excuses this dog sounds as wild as his owners
[quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: ms ryves mother of 5 with another on the way seems to be playing the we need a bigger house with a garden routine . i would rather rehome the dog than the chavs[/p][/quote]She has a big house and a massive garden its just unfortunate the garden isn't that secure, and they are not chavs![/p][/quote]sorry but if they were so good and lovely they would of made sure their garden was secure before they got a dog no excuses this dog sounds as wild as his owners pantsanon
  • Score: 5

1:10pm Sun 6 Apr 14

pantsanon says...

Proudtoberomany wrote:
IronLady2010 wrote:
Proudtoberomany wrote:
Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.
You may have a point there. Normal people wouldn't confront people like yourself through fear of being attacked physically.

I think you are doing a great job of re-inforcing why the dog should be sadly lay to rest. It's not the dogs fault! It's people like you!
People like me. Rather be like me than call myself iron lady yet you having got the balls that she had. Were you bullied at school lol.
oh dear are you going to ask every one if they were bullied at school change the record you clearly are close to the family involved i applaud your loyalty but reason here has to be seen IT MIGHT HARM THE kids
[quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.[/p][/quote]You may have a point there. Normal people wouldn't confront people like yourself through fear of being attacked physically. I think you are doing a great job of re-inforcing why the dog should be sadly lay to rest. It's not the dogs fault! It's people like you![/p][/quote]People like me. Rather be like me than call myself iron lady yet you having got the balls that she had. Were you bullied at school lol.[/p][/quote]oh dear are you going to ask every one if they were bullied at school change the record you clearly are close to the family involved i applaud your loyalty but reason here has to be seen IT MIGHT HARM THE kids pantsanon
  • Score: 6

2:31pm Sun 6 Apr 14

issacchunt says...

Maybe the dog should be muzzled ss well?
Maybe the dog should be muzzled ss well? issacchunt
  • Score: 3

5:15pm Sun 6 Apr 14

mike coll says...

Clearly the woman is trying to breed her own litter to match the potential litter produced by the dog. Who pays for the children she breeds? who pays for her house? who pays for her kids school meals? etc, etc, When the dog is destroyed she will have more time to look for a manual cleaning job or similar and stop sponging off you, the U.K tax payer. I am an ex pat and I dont think this multi breeder will ever work a day in her life.
Clearly the woman is trying to breed her own litter to match the potential litter produced by the dog. Who pays for the children she breeds? who pays for her house? who pays for her kids school meals? etc, etc, When the dog is destroyed she will have more time to look for a manual cleaning job or similar and stop sponging off you, the U.K tax payer. I am an ex pat and I dont think this multi breeder will ever work a day in her life. mike coll
  • Score: 4

1:45pm Mon 7 Apr 14

From the sidelines says...

Proudtoberomany wrote:
Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.
Indeed, you're right.

From behind a computer screen, we can argue without fear of you and your ill-educated ilk resorting to physical violence when you're shown to be too stupid to think of a coherent response.
[quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.[/p][/quote]Indeed, you're right. From behind a computer screen, we can argue without fear of you and your ill-educated ilk resorting to physical violence when you're shown to be too stupid to think of a coherent response. From the sidelines
  • Score: 7

8:36am Tue 8 Apr 14

Dai Rear says...

From the sidelines wrote:
Proudtoberomany wrote:
Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.
Indeed, you're right.

From behind a computer screen, we can argue without fear of you and your ill-educated ilk resorting to physical violence when you're shown to be too stupid to think of a coherent response.
I think that the problem for the underclass is that they formerly had a vague inkling that the real working population of the country have no time at all for them, but now they know without doubt that we are of a view that if they didn't exist it wouldn't be worth inventing them-or at least those of them that can have a poke at reading know it.
[quote][p][bold]From the sidelines[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.[/p][/quote]Indeed, you're right. From behind a computer screen, we can argue without fear of you and your ill-educated ilk resorting to physical violence when you're shown to be too stupid to think of a coherent response.[/p][/quote]I think that the problem for the underclass is that they formerly had a vague inkling that the real working population of the country have no time at all for them, but now they know without doubt that we are of a view that if they didn't exist it wouldn't be worth inventing them-or at least those of them that can have a poke at reading know it. Dai Rear
  • Score: 4

9:06am Tue 8 Apr 14

From the sidelines says...

Dai Rear wrote:
From the sidelines wrote:
Proudtoberomany wrote:
Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.
Indeed, you're right.

From behind a computer screen, we can argue without fear of you and your ill-educated ilk resorting to physical violence when you're shown to be too stupid to think of a coherent response.
I think that the problem for the underclass is that they formerly had a vague inkling that the real working population of the country have no time at all for them, but now they know without doubt that we are of a view that if they didn't exist it wouldn't be worth inventing them-or at least those of them that can have a poke at reading know it.
Sir, that is a rigorously considered hypothesis, eloquently stated.
[quote][p][bold]Dai Rear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]From the sidelines[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Proudtoberomany[/bold] wrote: Your nasty little bullies who wouldn't have the balls to say half of this stuff if you weren't sat safely behind your computer screens! How what any of them are wearing has anything to do with what kind of parent or pet owner they are is beyond me, fyi she had just got home from hospital when the reporter came to her house, I'm sure she is more concerned for her health than she is for not meeting your standards.[/p][/quote]Indeed, you're right. From behind a computer screen, we can argue without fear of you and your ill-educated ilk resorting to physical violence when you're shown to be too stupid to think of a coherent response.[/p][/quote]I think that the problem for the underclass is that they formerly had a vague inkling that the real working population of the country have no time at all for them, but now they know without doubt that we are of a view that if they didn't exist it wouldn't be worth inventing them-or at least those of them that can have a poke at reading know it.[/p][/quote]Sir, that is a rigorously considered hypothesis, eloquently stated. From the sidelines
  • Score: 0

1:53pm Tue 8 Apr 14

kiddynamite says...

to be fair most staffy owners shouldn't be allowed to look after a chocolate dog let alone a real one. She will soon change her stance when the dog attacks one of her own. She will want to sue the council for not putting it down then.
to be fair most staffy owners shouldn't be allowed to look after a chocolate dog let alone a real one. She will soon change her stance when the dog attacks one of her own. She will want to sue the council for not putting it down then. kiddynamite
  • Score: 3

1:57pm Tue 8 Apr 14

kiddynamite says...

greejg wrote:
The dog has only attacked other dogs never people so why should it be put down. Perhaps we should start putting down people that attack other people whether or not they kill them especially in the case of the two brothers that beat the newsagent to death in Eastliegh.
Are you for real?????? Southampton really has gone to the dogs!!
[quote][p][bold]greejg[/bold] wrote: The dog has only attacked other dogs never people so why should it be put down. Perhaps we should start putting down people that attack other people whether or not they kill them especially in the case of the two brothers that beat the newsagent to death in Eastliegh.[/p][/quote]Are you for real?????? Southampton really has gone to the dogs!! kiddynamite
  • Score: 0

7:51pm Wed 9 Apr 14

southamptonadi says...

Manson002 wrote:
Jesta-a-View wrote:
I feel sorry for the dog but clearly this woman has enough on her plate coping with five kids with another on the way.

A clear case of wrong type of person with the wrong type of dog!

The dog is not being controlled, it has attacked other dogs and scratched a person.

There wouldn't even be a debate in some countries and in this case, hard as it may be to accept, unless someone responsible can be quickly found to take on the poor animal, it must be put down.
once again she love keize and so did the rest of the family so why dont you think be say any think be fore you judge a her or any one you have no rights at all
If she loves the dog why did she not go to court to defend the dog.

Because she is pregnant ain't really an excuse, how does being pregnant stop her from defending the dog she Supposedly loves.

Why doesn't the partner go to court instead.

Sounds like they not getting the sympathy they are after.

FIX THE FENCE. Why move surely that's cheaper. And easier job done in a day. Show us that they are trying to be respnsable
[quote][p][bold]Manson002[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jesta-a-View[/bold] wrote: I feel sorry for the dog but clearly this woman has enough on her plate coping with five kids with another on the way. A clear case of wrong type of person with the wrong type of dog! The dog is not being controlled, it has attacked other dogs and scratched a person. There wouldn't even be a debate in some countries and in this case, hard as it may be to accept, unless someone responsible can be quickly found to take on the poor animal, it must be put down.[/p][/quote]once again she love keize and so did the rest of the family so why dont you think be say any think be fore you judge a her or any one you have no rights at all[/p][/quote]If she loves the dog why did she not go to court to defend the dog. Because she is pregnant ain't really an excuse, how does being pregnant stop her from defending the dog she Supposedly loves. Why doesn't the partner go to court instead. Sounds like they not getting the sympathy they are after. FIX THE FENCE. Why move surely that's cheaper. And easier job done in a day. Show us that they are trying to be respnsable southamptonadi
  • Score: 0

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