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EMCE
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Ask me anything!

8/21/2019 12:25:02 PM

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Did you pet him first?

That would have probably made it feel better.

8/21/2019 12:30:31 PM

EMCE
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My first petting of the dog was at the animal shelter. He licked my hand.... No doubt this is when he realized I had bones inside of me.

8/21/2019 12:51:10 PM

wdprice3
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Should this dog still go go heaven?

8/21/2019 12:53:02 PM

EMCE
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Probably, yes. Though it should be quarantined to the dog-only section of heaven, supervised by Balto.

8/21/2019 1:00:58 PM

NCSUStinger
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all dogs go to heaven, stupid

8/21/2019 1:03:32 PM

justinh524
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Is the dog racist?

8/21/2019 1:17:24 PM

wdprice3
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Were you asking for it? What were you wearing? Have you ever smoked pot?

8/21/2019 1:20:29 PM

EMCE
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"Is the dog racist?"


I'm not going to say the dog is racist. What I will say is that I have never seen the dog bite a white person. I will also say that racist white people would support this dog biting me.

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"Were you asking for it? What were you wearing? Have you ever smoked pot?"


I was not asking for it. I was wearing khaki colored shorts, a t-shirt, and flip flops. Pot is for losers

8/21/2019 1:51:36 PM

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"I was not asking for it.

I was wearing flip flops"


Why you got a dog out at the beach or the pool?

Too hot for all that.

8/21/2019 1:54:08 PM

EMCE
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"Why you got a dog out at the beach or the pool?

Too hot for all that."


8/21/2019 2:10:07 PM

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"I was not asking for it. I was wearing khaki colored shorts, a t-shirt, and flip flops. Pot is for losers"


You must have done something. Were you a bully in grade school?

8/21/2019 2:46:34 PM

BettrOffDead
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Where on your person were you bitten? Are we assuming hand because you said your hand had bones in it earlier?

8/21/2019 2:48:09 PM

EMCE
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"Were you a bully in grade school?"


Far from it.

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"Where on your person were you bitten? Are we assuming hand because you said your hand had bones in it earlier?"


Both forearms. 2 - 3 puncture wounds in each arm, and other various gashes.

8/21/2019 3:12:03 PM

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did you adopt this dog for his moxie?

8/21/2019 4:31:18 PM

BanjoMan
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what kind of dog was it?

did you get the wound cleaned by a nurse or somebody at the hospital?

Sorry to hear that man.

8/21/2019 4:34:51 PM

PaulISdead
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Was the pit bull just the sweetest breed?

8/21/2019 4:40:19 PM

BettrOffDead
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is it weird to switch usernames and ask yourself questions?

8/21/2019 5:14:20 PM

EMCE
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"did you adopt this dog for his moxie?"


Meh. I adopted him because he seemed like he would get along with my dog. He was young enough to still have energy, but old enough to be house broken and not need 24/7 attention. The dogs played well together.

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"what kind of dog was it?

did you get the wound cleaned by a nurse or somebody at the hospital?"


At the shelter, it was listed as a boxer/hound mix. Though, who the F really knows when it comes to muts. This was him:


Yes, I went to the ER so they could take a look. They cleaned me up. The Dr. didn't want to give me stitches because if there was bacteria in my arm from the bite, the sutures would make it more difficult for my body to push it out. They prescribed me with some anti-biotics and some extra strength motrin, and sent me on my way.

8/21/2019 5:31:18 PM

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how long have you had him?

you gave him back?

8/21/2019 5:34:49 PM

EMCE
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"how long have you had him?

you gave him back?"


He had been in my house for about 45 minutes. I had the animal shelter send an officer to come and get him when I was waiting in the ER.

8/21/2019 5:37:30 PM

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holy crap

what did the animal shelter people say about him?

[Edited on August 21, 2019 at 6:22 PM. Reason : ]

8/21/2019 6:22:21 PM

EMCE
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Prior to adoption, the shelter described him as:
-friendly dog
-good with kids
-good with other dogs
-can be standoffish with strangers
-belonged to an old woman with 2 others dogs. The old woman had to give the dog up on doctor's orders.

After the bite, the shelter said:
-sorry to hear that happened to you
-i bet the dog was just scared
-the dog has to be quarantined for 10 days to see if it develops rabies (dog had a rabies certificate )
- 2 days later, the shelter called to say the lab test came back and the dog doesn't have rabies

8/21/2019 6:34:04 PM

BigMan157
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ah, i see your problem: you weren't a kid

8/21/2019 6:52:00 PM

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"He had been in my house for about 45 minutes. "


I'm not sure why but this made me lol pretty hard.

8/21/2019 6:52:22 PM

TreeTwista10
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he's eyeing that cognac

8/21/2019 10:06:23 PM

A Tanzarian
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Maybe he's a violent drunk

8/21/2019 10:36:24 PM

BanjoMan
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how did the bite happen? can you describe the setting?

8/22/2019 12:02:19 AM

elise
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Where are the pics of the bite??


And lab test? Does that mean ... ?

8/22/2019 12:42:52 AM

beatsunc
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last week i met a guy that works for the local cable company. he told a tale of Pomeranian that bit his thigh while inside a customers house. he kicked the the dog so hard it died instantly and he didnt get written up or anything



[Edited on August 22, 2019 at 6:55 AM. Reason : s]

8/22/2019 6:52:33 AM

EMCE
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"how did the bite happen? can you describe the setting?"


Wife and I were chilling on the couch. New doggo was roaming around exploring his new home. He came downstairs, explored some more, and then marked his territory on a plant in the corner (this dog is supposed to be house trained, mind you). I "yell out NO! Bad dog!". The dog runs upstairs, and I follow. When I catch him, i grab him by the harness he is wearing and lead him back downstairs to show him his pee spot and then let him out. Everything is fine until we get to the living room and the dog sees his pee spot that we're heading towards. He then flips out and bites me.

8/22/2019 7:26:33 AM

EMCE
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Quote :
"Where are the pics of the bite??


And lab test? Does that mean ... ?"



I didn't take any pics when it happened. I was busy throwing the dog outside on the back deck, convincing myself not to murder the animal, and trying not to bleed all over everything.

Yes, it's true. The lab tests have confirmed that I am now a WEREMCE!

8/22/2019 7:29:32 AM

The Coz
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8/22/2019 7:32:22 AM

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8/22/2019 11:21:35 PM

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Sorry to hear that, man. Shelters are so rough on animals. They basically have adrenaline coursing through their systems 24/7, and it can take a while for them to clear it out.

Your reaction is normal for the situation. Hopefully you give it another try with a different dog.

8/24/2019 10:48:42 AM

justinh524
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Congratulations on killing that dog

8/24/2019 11:53:50 AM

BanjoMan
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yeah, I was gonna say that rescue dogs can be very tricky. It takes them a while to settle down to their actual selves, and I would normally not recommend any type of harsh physical contact until after they have become acclimated to their new surroundings.

This same exact thing happened to my sister when she rescued a golden.

8/24/2019 12:12:46 PM

PaulISdead
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Once bitten twice shy

8/24/2019 1:38:06 PM

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There's an old saying in Tennessee...I know it's in Texas, probably in Tennessee, that says, 'Fool me once, shame on...shame on you. Fool me...you can't get fooled again!

8/24/2019 2:01:15 PM

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