Monday, 9 March 2009

WATCH OUT....HE BITES!!!

It’s a well known fact I’m a dog-lover, wonderful animals, I have two of my own and I think the world of them. It’s so well known that a friend of mine told me what she had heard.
Apparently I’ve upset the local BNP, one of their number was discussing ways of getting back at me, they came up with the idea of dog-napping!, honest this is a true story, the gentleman, whom I will not name but he wears the wrong tie for his purported regiment, told the gathering that he used to be a dog-handler at a famous prison and that he could do it.
All I can say to this idiot of a man is do not be led by the words of an ambitious Organiser, think for yourself, you do not want to be on the business end of a 10 stone GSD!!!.

8 comments:

Anti-gag said...

You'll have to speak louder I'm a little deaf.

Chris Hill
(Lancaster)

Councillor John Oddy said...

Sorry Chris, I edited the comment and the forgot to put it back up!.
Just testing to see if you were awake!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

quote: "It’s a well known fact I’m a dog-lover"
I didn't know that

Councillor John Oddy said...

You do now!.

Anti-gag said...

Woff Woff!

But what's a GFD?

From
Chris Hill
(Lancaster)

PS.
The BNP membership are good people, and anyone even considering such an act would (I'm sure) be reported to the police, or at the very least be told to stop being so stupid!

Councillor John Oddy said...

Chris,
I have no idea what a GFD is but a GSD is a German Shepherd Dog and if he could handle 10 stone of him squeezing his throat he would also have to contend with a grumpy Staff dangling off his whatsits!.

Anti-gag said...

Thanks John, I'm afraid I simply must have miss heard. As I said before I'm a little deaf!

Anonymous said...

Cllr. Oddy

News about dog attacks seem to be an almost daily occurence. However, I have not seen any advice forthcoming from the Council on how to deal with a dog attack.

The breeds usually concerned have incredibly powerful jaws, which clamp on to their targets, they have huge core strength as indicated by their muscular build.

I recall being told by a shepherd years ago who had several working dogs, that the only way to break this 'clamp' was to insert your fingers up the dogs rectum, thereby breaking the core muscle spasm.

Remember this nugget of information it could save your life. I know, because last year I witnessed a dog attack in Conway, the attacking dog was a bull terrier type and had clamped onto its target a Collie dog.
The screams from the victim were awful. A crowd of people including a large man were trying to seperate the dogs and failing. I had no option but to use my recalled method and as a middle aged woman inserted my fingers into the bull terriers rectum. The dog immediately released its grip and the other was removed and thankfully saved.

My method may be unpleasant (always carry some gloves, like a responsible dog owner would carry a poop a scoop) and may not always work, but it is better than knowing nothing. Keep it in your memory bank. You never know when you might need it.

This advice should be passed onto the council.

Mrs Lloyd-Jones