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    I truly believe that "what goes around comes around" ........ she'll receive everything she deserves!

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    I'm glad I couldn't see the video, it doesn't pull up. But the described abuse was horrible! Poor puppy. Thank goodness someone got proof and turned this woman in! Good to hear that Spike has a new home and won't have to suffer anymore abuse.

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    Default Re: Can you believe this woman beat her bulldog with a snow shovel? (graphic content)

    The video wouldn't come up for me either, but the idiot that I am, I hunted it down. I'm so physically sick...and crying and pissed! I almost slammed my laptop down. How someone could do something like this. And it doesn't end. It will never end as long as it's just a misdemeanor. These people need physical punishment........an eye for an eye. Do you think people would beat kids and animals if they knew that it would happen to them in return?

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    ANSWER: It's a cycle of abuse. If pet abuse, child abuse, domestic abuse and elder abuse were all outlawed & combined with education programmes on how to channel emotions positively, we may have a chance to break the cycle. Interesting that many a response was to batter the perpetrator herself but what purpose would that serve? To make us instantly feel empowered/better ....just like she did when she battered that puppy. Get where I'm coming from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reggie View Post
    ANSWER: It's a cycle of abuse. If pet abuse, child abuse, domestic abuse and elder abuse were all outlawed & combined with education programmes on how to channel emotions positively, we may have a chance to break the cycle. Interesting that many a response was to batter the perpetrator herself but what purpose would that serve? To make us instantly feel empowered/better ....just like she did when she battered that puppy. Get where I'm coming from?

    I'd like to think that although most of the people vented on this site at the thought of what she did, that in real life the instinct would be to just grab the dog and run if faced with it. That would be my own personal initial instinct ... I mean these neighbours saw what was happening and chose to ignore it until one of them FINALLy spoke up and reported her. What people write on here is frustration and sorrow that something like this could happen to a dog similar to the one that is currently in their home as their fur-baby. I would say that most if not all of the people who have said things that sound as if they want to batter the perpetrator would never do such a thing.

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    I watched the video and it is very disturbing, indeed. The woman needs to be held liable for her actions, no matter what the reasons behind them, be it previous abuse or whatever. At some point, we are all accountable for our actions.

    That said, thank God animals are the wonderful and resilient creatures they are - I hope Spike lives a long and happy life amongst people that love him and cherish him for who he is.

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    Default Re: Can you believe this woman beat her bulldog with a snow shovel? (graphic content)

    Quote Originally Posted by jillh10 View Post
    I watched the video and it is very disturbing, indeed. The woman needs to be held liable for her actions, no matter what the reasons behind them, be it previous abuse or whatever. At some point, we are all accountable for our actions.

    That said, thank God animals are the wonderful and resilient creatures they are - I hope Spike lives a long and happy life amongst people that love him and cherish him for who he is.

    Still can't bring myself to watch it ............. the description in the written news report was enough to make me feel physically sick ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kazzy220 View Post
    I'd like to think that although most of the people vented on this site at the thought of what she did, that in real life the instinct would be to just grab the dog and run if faced with it. That would be my own personal initial instinct ... I mean these neighbours saw what was happening and chose to ignore it until one of them FINALLy spoke up and reported her. What people write on here is frustration and sorrow that something like this could happen to a dog similar to the one that is currently in their home as their fur-baby. I would say that most if not all of the people who have said things that sound as if they want to batter the perpetrator would never do such a thing.
    Exactly! I would say that is exactly right!
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    Default Re: Can you believe this woman beat her bulldog with a snow shovel? (graphic content)

    I read all of the posts and nothing seemed out of line in my opinion.

    And my (or others opinions) on not liking this woman beating her dog with a shovel is not the reason she did it.

    I understand the cycle of abuse, but I hardly think that us feeling pain for this innocent creature is part of that cycle she is personally dealing with, if she is dealing with one at all. Some people are just BAD people. Some people treat animals as property and not living creatures. We don't know her background, what she grew up with, all *I* know, is she beat this dog with a shovel. And I don't like it.

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    What I believe in is that this woman would not like it if she got hit by a shovel. Karma will come, surely- it will.

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    Default Re: Can you believe this woman beat her bulldog with a snow shovel? (graphic content)

    Quote Originally Posted by desertskybulldogs View Post
    Karma will come, surely- it will.
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