Title inspired by the song by The Jezabels that I use for the introduction to my show. I plan to orient a discussion of a few of this week’s stories around this theme. See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I plan to discuss.
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5 responses to ““Mace Spray,” TODAY at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)”
Enjoy experiencing what America used to be.
Altho the contrast with today is depressing.
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I can’t believe I only just discovered your blog! Thoroughly enjoying it! Thanks for mentioning that fighting dogs should be “wheelbarrowed” apart. People seem inclined to grab for the collars, and nothing good comes from that. There are hands-free leashes that have rings and snaps that can be used to get the leash around a dog’s back end and tether it to a fence post, for example, while the human grabs the other dog and pulls it away. That’s the only safe way I know of to break up multiple dogs solo. I have to agree with you that this was probably a matter of the dogs fighting with each other and the owner getting caught in the middle with the situation going downhill from there.
Glad you found it, Sandy! Just trying to pass on things I learned the hard way, things that can hopefully help others avoid a horrific tragedy like that story.