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I went on a little trip this past weekend and I took my dogs as usual. I went to a camp ground down in Pa for one of the days. While walking them so they could do their business, a loose dog ran up to my male looking for a fight. I had both of my dogs on leashes ( camp site rules ) and it got pretty ugly. This dog was the perfect example of showing up at a gunfight with a knife and he had a pretty small knife. The other dog got torn up pretty bad and I had to pry my dogs teeth off of him. I did all I could do to prevent a fight. I saw the dog coming and yelled " somebody grab that dog " as I reeled my dog in to his collar. I was completely innocent but I heard a lot of crap about " those dogs are weapons and shouldn't be allowed in public " by a woman who didn't even see what happened. Why is it always the Rottweiler's fault ?


I went to the office there at the campground and reported it and there just happened to be a woman in the little store/office at the time. She told the owners of the site that all of her children played in the grass with both of my dogs that day and didn't have a problem. One of her children was 2 years old and about 125 lbs less than my dog. I have never had a problem with kids and either of my dogs , they love people in general. Dylan doesn't like other dogs and this one picked a fight.


I am a dog lover and I have been in touch with the campground since saturday getting updates on the dog. He is pretty beat up but he is going to be okay. I am sending half of the vet bill down there. Am I crazy ?





On a second note... We spent our nights at Comfort Inn and they didn't have a problem with my two dogs staying there. Extra $5 and everything was fine. They didn't bitch about there size or anything. Walked them right through the lobby. If you are traveling and need a place to stay, try Comfort Inn.
 

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Nobody forced me to pay anything but I feel bad none the less. If Dylan were trained a little better he would have let go when I said " out " and the damage wouldn't have been so bad.





I was really surprised to see the REAL strength of a dog on a mission. Dylan picked that 85 pound dog up in the air and shook it like it weighed 10 lbs. Dogs must have that super strength thing going on when they get wound up, just like stories you hear about humans when they get all pumped up.
 
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