I started screaming, grabbed a heavy plastic shovel in an attempt to separate their mouths. They were ripping each other's face and ears off -- YES, literally. I started kicking one of the males in the groin. It never occurred to me that they could turn their anger on me as I only wanted them to stop -- and be friends again.
I knew it would help if there was a hose to turn the water on them but couldn't find it. I was crying, screaming and absolutely terrified. One was bigger (Husky/wolf cross) and dominant but the mutt who was on his back actually caused more damage - serious damage.
Grabbing his collar I knew he could turn his attack on me
I chose not to post any pictures as they are too graphic. When the owner returned home, she was thankful I was alive and well. I felt terrible but there was nothing else I could have done. Both of these dogs are gentle and loving -- who knows what triggered this fight?
I was away from home almost the entire month but had the opportunity to visit with my grandkids for a few days and will share in pictures here.
Ever wonder what a cow kiss felt like?
At what age do kids learn how to whistle?
She would walk around the house, whistling a tune and it sounded like an old man. When I asked Aubrie to whistle she started loud and clear. I googled 'whistling' to find out what age most kids start and it is between five and seven years old.
When we went out for dinner, Aubrie loved sucking on lemons
Hard to believe Brie Brie is ONE already
|Every party needs dancing!|
And then......there's cake
She was spellbound by the fish in the aquarium
If you had been in the middle of that dog fight, what would you have done?
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