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« on: November 05, 2007, 01:51:31 AM »

hi,
i am not at all against people who wanna keep dogs in flats especially in our estate. but i am totally against those who do not leashed their dogs while at the playground. the playground is made for children. let the children use the playground and not the dogs. there are many times when my children wan to play at the playground, there are dogs there with their owners playing at the playground. this is totally unacceptable. jus this afternoon as i look out of my window, i saw a very big dog not leashed by the owner. and mind you, there are kids at the playground. as a proof, i have taken the pic of the dog and the owner. i jus wanna know where should i send this pic to.

i know after this comment, i am sure to receive lots of negative feedback from those dog owners. but let me tell you, i have nothing against you or your dogs. i myself is an animal lover. jus wanna remind people out there to please leash your dogs while in public areas. thank u!!!
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« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2007, 03:51:31 AM »

show the face of the owner as well. Ask AVA people to ambush and follow which block and floor. They will get fine $6000 for keeping illegal big dogs.
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« Reply #2 on: November 08, 2007, 11:56:22 PM »

hi,
yup, i did take the pic of the owner as well..he was doing some pull ups at the playground while the dog is left at the other side of the playground on its own..so send the pic to AVA ah??alright!!
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« Reply #3 on: November 09, 2007, 04:40:29 AM »

wahidahsg, no offence but instead of making such a big fuss & subjecting the dog owner to unnecessary trouble & heartache, why couldn't you have just gone up and told the owner to pls leash up his/her dog or bring the dog out of the compound? I'm sure the dog owner will oblige.

I myself have seen dog owners bring their dogs down to the playground whilst i was there with my kid. I always reassure my kid there's nothing to be afraid of and then ask the owner whether the dog is fierce.. if not, i'm fine with it. If my kid displays fear, I usually go to the owner and explain my kid is scared, can they pls bring the dog away... so far none have ever rejected or displayed any poor attitude.

As much as dogs may be a pain to you, they may be a great source of joy to someone else. We should all practice tolerance. There're more children who scream and yell that are more of a pain in the ass than most dogs I've encountered. clapping
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