Thursday 5 May 2016 6.58pm
Description of white bald man with staffy dog was walking today alongside another pug dog. It was on a leash and there was absolutely no signs of aggression. I walked my dog straight past off lead and again the staffy came upto mine and sniffed my dogs bum and then started playing. I currently work for the Rcvs, there are no behavioural issues that are noted with this staffy, so I'm unsure on your presumption of aggression. It may be a different dog? But the gentleman who I overheard recall his dog had a slight Australian accent? I have a labradoodle, I feel your comments maybe an over exggaration. As many owners with limited knowledge of behaviour do so often.
It would be beneficial to post these face attack pictures for clarity on the above comment
I've just started reading this thread , there is a problem with dog attacks on other dogs . I have spoken to several people who have had their dogs attacked by a staffy dog in Tabard Gardens
, I wouldn't let my dog near a staffy now for fear of attack.
What does RCVS stand for?
I'm not sure what you mean Cj1247 when you say " it would be beneficial to post these face attack pictures for clarity on the above comment" please clarify .
Also how much knowledge do you need about behaviour when you report seeing a dog attack, either the dog attacked or it didn't. These dogs are designed to clamp on and not let go. When they do attack the owner can't even stop the dog from attacking.
Its already been said it could be a child next , if I see anything I would definitely report it to the wardens/police .