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    Pretty stupid - he wasn't an outwardly aggressive dog (he was licking her and enjoying her petting) obviously... she just did something that is SO DUMB to do, especially to an animal who you don't know, who doesn't know you.

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    Ouch, 70 stitches, that's a decent bite. Im worried about how my kids interact with dogs, they attempt the silly stuff our German shepherd is cool with, only cause she is so used to children. We had a neighbours dalmatian walk into our house the other day and lay under our coffee table lol, but my kids were all over it, but it was a friendly dog and loved having 5 kids shower him with attention. I've tried so many times to warn my kids about dogs they don't know, but they seem to listen. Might show my older kids this, the school aged ones


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