- Has TJ been on holiday?
Pretty misleading headline though, the animal made it home under its own power and was then put down by a vet under instruction from the owner
I think you’re being misleading as well. Who knows how much surgery it would have needed to save its life, and if it would have been possible or successful.
Her left hind leg had been severely wrenched out of place and was hanging right out. This must have caused a terrible wrenching of her muscles and tendons and although her leg went back into place she began to have major problems urinating and began to urinate heavy blood.
“When the vet finally tried to put a probe into her urethra, he was unable to do this due to mass blood and blockage, her organs were smashed and crushed from the severe injuries she had sustained. When he discovered that her insides were so damaged, blocked and pouring with blood, he phoned me and I asked the vet to put her out of her distress and pain and put her to sleep.
Generally, Staffies are soppy dogs, unless they’ve been mistreated with the aim of making them nasty. No-one know what happened, certainly not me, but my feeling that some nasty piece of work decided to do this out of malice.Posted 3 months agodangeourbrainSubscriber
Generally, Staffies are
soppy dogs, unless they’ve been mistreated with the aim of making them nasty.
…just like every other dog and their day to day temperament is a reflection on their owners, how they’re treated and allowed to behave, however they’re wholly unpredictable and even the best behaved dog is capable of being aggressive or violently defensive.
How many times do you see a dog owner say “yeah Bruno had always wanted to maul a child” when ones been involved in an attack (which ever way that started)?
some nasty piece of work decided to do this out of malice.
entirely possible but it’s a similar leap to get there instead of “dog went nuts”Posted 3 months agoMTB RobMember
Hard to read,
But from the above comments,
Dog ran away/out of sight, came back injured, went to vet, who put the dog down due to injuries.
So How do they know the dog was kicked/beaten? did someone see it?Posted 3 months ago
from what nedrapier info on injuries, could a vehicle of hit the dog and caused the injuries?
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