Ugh! That's awful Al. I hope Max is doing better today. I get so p!ssed at people who scoff at leash laws. They're the ones who should be on leashes. I hope you find the schmuck, and I hope Max will be ok.<br><br>
I am sorry to hear about that.<br><br>I have lost count how many times people have let their dogs run towards me when I am jogging and they have either nipped at me or gotten tangled up in my feet while the owner just watches. Any more, I yell at the owners and shoot a blast of pepper spray if the dogs get close.<br><br>_______<br>For unique Raku pottery, visit Mole Hill Studios at: http://www.molehillstudios.com
Max came back home this morning. The wound wasn't as bad as it seemed to be, but his left side is all bruised. It bothers him, but he's as feisty as ever. The mailcarrier came, and Max jumped onto the window sill without wincing too much and had a lot of fun giving her his the usual dose of barking. <br><br>. . . . . Here's lookin' at [color:red]you</font color=red> kid.
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