H/T Donald Douglas
Wow, this guy was lucky, a raccoon can do some damage, surprised he did not get bitten, raccoons, while cute can be nasty little guys but, he stuck up for his dog.
I have several raccoons that come up in our backyard, they are fascinating to watch, I worry about letting my sisters dog Rebel, out at night, he is a little dog, but, my new dog, Dugle, a Staffordshire Terrier, is a pretty good bodyguard, sends the raccoons running.
Dugle, is a great dog, very protective of my little niece Savannah, and loves attention, Staffordshires are very loyal, loving family oriented dogs. they look a lot like pit bull, but are not. Dugle is about 90 pound of muscle, and boy can he eat. Here is a picture of a Staffordshire that closely resembles Dugle.
Just think. Someone, somewhere, thought that this would be a good idea.
First kittens, then puppies and hamsters and now goldfish?
San Francisco’s Animal Control and Welfare Commission is recommending that the City ban the sale of goldfish, tropical fish and guppies in its borders,according to Matier and Ross.
The recommendation to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors is part of the commission’s ongoing efforts to discourage “impulse buys” of animals.
The commission’s ban would cover pet stores and breeders in the City. It comes after more than a year of study and findings that aquarium fish are often mass bred under inhumane conditions or stripped from the wild.
However, the ban is only a recommendation and not likely to be passed by the full board of supervisors to become law.
Only a recommendation, for now that is. Seriously, politicians, at all levels of government spend way too much time in session, and this is one of the things that lead to these inane laws.
Apparently, some Islamists think dogs are “unclean”. Do I really need to say anymore about what that says about Islamists? No, I did not think so.