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ellz

What Would You Do?

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Soooooo...today the dog had a run-in with a freshly painted wall....well, not so freshly painted, it was just on the tacky side of dry. But tacky enough to act like flypaper and attract a big golden-coloured pest.

Owner wasn't amused, boss totally unimpressed, son had to take an early smoko because he had the giggles and the dog spent most of the afternoon in the bath at a local grooming parlour (might hurt the hip pocket a bit).

It will be interesting to see if the dog is allowed to run free on Monday when the painters are on the premises..... :rofl: :rofl:

Priceless :rofl: Poetic justice

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It will be interesting to see if the dog is allowed to run free on Monday when the painters are on the premises..... :rofl: :rofl:

Owner has been stupid so far... will this be enough to change her.

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ellz   
It will be interesting to see if the dog is allowed to run free on Monday when the painters are on the premises..... :rofl: :rofl:

Owner has been stupid so far... will this be enough to change her.

Time will tell. I'm thinking not, but who knows?

I suggested that he may have to choose his battles, private schools have started their school holidays now. He may have more than just an unruly dog to contend with next week.........

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Poor bloody dog, clueless owner and people advocating tipping paint on it, tying it up, spraying pepper in it's mouth, putting it in a headlock etc.. Shame your son can't carry out the suggestions on the owner rather than the dog.

Glad your boy hasn't been bitten and you might have inadvertently found a solution by virtue of the dog getting paint all through his coat, and good on his boss for backing him up. Some people just should not have a dog at all.

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