In the petstore the other day...
If one more person dares to bring up the subject of what might be best for MY bully, I'm gonna do some serious *** kicking. Do NOT suggest to a perfect stranger that it might be easier to put a (not yet) 3 year old bulldog down because he has epilepsy! Could you be any more idiotic? I need something clever and gut punching to say to the next heartless ba@&$:/ who dares to enlighten me with their stupidity!!! We feel Vegas was given to us for a reason. We have rescued him from an unknown life and have given him our hearts and a future.
Last edited by Libra926; 05-31-2010 at 05:48 PM.
No one here. This was a man who said this to me in the pet store. I need some fellow bulldog owners advice on how to handle this without blowing a fuze. Sorry if I made it sound like someone here might of said that. I'm running here for advice!
Just thank them for their advice and walk away. I understand how frustrating this can be. I was a former pit-bull owner (rescued) and everywhere I walked people would run, some would point and some would even threaten kill my dog. We are constantly surrounded by ignorance, honestly its how we react that separates us from them... Keep telling yourself that and Best of luck to you
I agree with you..... our bullies come to us for one reason or another, because with us is where they are supposed to be. I might respond by saying that what makes us human is our ability to have compassion for and care for those who need it, including animals.
While I'm thinking about it, didn't Hitler kill people for reasons such as ethnicity, religion, eye color, height and ability/disability? Hmmmmmm.....
Good luck and know you are making a difference in the life of a bullie!
Bentley & Winston's Mom
People amaze me and not always in the best way. Not sure what I would say either but I am sure it would make me blow a fuse to hear.
I was thinkin the same thing... we don't put humans to sleep who have epilepsy... but didn't know how that would be taken here, I am a newbie.
My cousin has a small dog (I don't know what he was exactly, other than ankle biter) he had epilepsy and took medication daily for same and lived to be old with it.