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    My dogs are members of my family. I don't give a rats ass who anyone thinks they are, they try to hurt a member of my family, they better be prepared for what happens next.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Shays View Post
    How often do we hear about our dogs getting shot by pigs? From my estimation it's at least once a month right?
    That may be how often we hear about it. But I think AF had a post where just one county (state?) admitted it was once every two months or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danke View Post
    That may be how often we hear about it. But I think AF had a post where just one county (state?) admitted it was once every two months or so.
    Thanks for the reminder.

    http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthr...h-or-two.-quot

    That was a county sheriff if I'm not mistaken.

    I'll see numerous cop kills dog stories every single day.

    I don't post some of them, because some are justified, at least from the facts at hand, which oftentimes is nothing more than a cop's say so.

    The ones that appear to have no justification, like the Cisco dog shooting, come up once every few days in winter, to almost one a day in summer.
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