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He just bit Kaylee's ear Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad He didn't break the skin or anything but that's not the point. I'm not giving his stupid ass the chance to do that again & actually do some damage. We're getting rid of him ASAP, I can't deal with him anymore. Wrecking the house is one thing.. Biting my daughter is another.

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Sad im so sorry michelle
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Poor Kaylee! Is she okay?

I don't blame you a tiny tiny bit. This is exactly why I don't trust dogs around babies. You're doing the right thing, Michelle.
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Yeah she's fine, I think I would have killed that dog with my barehands if he would have broken the skin. I only turned my back for a split second to grab a diaper out of the laundry room & when I turned back around I saw him bite onto her ear lobe. I've never ran across this living room so fast. I got her calmed down though & she fell asleep in my arms Sad We're done with dogs. At least until Kaylee's WAY older.
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I don't blame you a bit. You are doing the right thing
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Aww!
I would be so sad if I had to give away my Roxy.
I'm so thankful that she is a very loving dog.
Ever since the first day we brought Kyleigh home from the hospital, it has been nothing but kisses and love.
She has growled once or twice but I smacked her in the nose.
Hasn't happened since.
I would never leave her alone with Kyleigh though....
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Thank God she's okay! She must have been so scared Sad

Suzy, I hope you're taking this to heart hon. 6 dogs... Sad
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Suzy, I hope you're taking this to heart hon. 6 dogs... Sad


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We've never had a problem with Duke being aggressive toward Kaylee either until today. This morning I caught him trying to nibble on her hair but Kaylee laughed & I figured he was playing, then him actually biting her tonight... I didn't leave her alone with him, I was like 5 feet away, I just stuck my arm in the laundry room to grab a diaper. It really does only take a second of not looking though.
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Sandy_Pants wrote:
AyaMiyaki wrote:

Suzy, I hope you're taking this to heart hon. 6 dogs... Sad


agreed Sad


Suzy, please please please be careful with all those dogs. Duke has been nothing but loving & gentle with Kaylee until today. We obviously didn't expect this, they are so unpredictable though, they really are.
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it's scary, isn't it?
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Wow, I'm sorry Michelle.

How sad that animals can't be trusted. That is you, Bridget, Sandra, and Sarah who have all had problems with your dogs being aggressive towards your babies. It's too bad.
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Sad Very scary Sad I'm just so glad she's okay, I'm still shaking.
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OctoberBaby06 wrote:
We've never had a problem with Duke being aggressive toward Kaylee either until today. This morning I caught him trying to nibble on her hair but Kaylee laughed & I figured he was playing, then him actually biting her tonight... I didn't leave her alone with him, I was like 5 feet away, I just stuck my arm in the laundry room to grab a diaper. It really does only take a second of not looking though.


That is scary!!! I'm glad Kaylee is fine-that would be so traumatic! There would be dog pieces scattered all over my apartment!
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Sandy_Pants wrote:
AyaMiyaki wrote:

Suzy, I hope you're taking this to heart hon. 6 dogs... Sad


agreed Sad


6 dogs would consider themselves a pack
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My kitty-boo was killed by a pack of wiener dogs!!!! Sad

No lie.

I'm scarred for life.

I hate wieners now.
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Mommy35 wrote:
Sandy_Pants wrote:
AyaMiyaki wrote:

Suzy, I hope you're taking this to heart hon. 6 dogs... Sad


agreed Sad


6 dogs would consider themselves a pack


Mommy--that broke me up! A six-pack! Haha Laughing

As much as I like dogs, I think Michelle is right. Some dogs just can't be trusted around babies. Better to wait a few years until the kids are a little older and can appreciate dogs as companions.
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lonestarguy wrote:
Mommy35 wrote:
Sandy_Pants wrote:
AyaMiyaki wrote:

Suzy, I hope you're taking this to heart hon. 6 dogs... Sad


agreed Sad


6 dogs would consider themselves a pack


Mommy--that broke me up! A six-pack! Haha Laughing

As much as I like dogs, I think Michelle is right. Some dogs just can't be trusted around babies. Better to wait a few years until the kids are a little older and can appreciate dogs as companions.


Laughing I wasn't thinking of it that way, but.... Laughing anyway
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Mommy35 wrote:
lonestarguy wrote:
Mommy35 wrote:
Sandy_Pants wrote:
AyaMiyaki wrote:

Suzy, I hope you're taking this to heart hon. 6 dogs... Sad


agreed Sad


6 dogs would consider themselves a pack


Mommy--that broke me up! A six-pack! Haha Laughing

As much as I like dogs, I think Michelle is right. Some dogs just can't be trusted around babies. Better to wait a few years until the kids are a little older and can appreciate dogs as companions.


Laughing I wasn't thinking of it that way, but.... Laughing anyway


So, you're funny without knowing it. That's a rare case only a doctor can solve. Please see see a funny doctor at your earliest convenience.
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Mommy35 wrote:
Sandy_Pants wrote:
AyaMiyaki wrote:

Suzy, I hope you're taking this to heart hon. 6 dogs... Sad


agreed Sad


6 dogs would consider themselves a pack


can u imagine them seeing one do it and then they all band together as a group?

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