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Encountering yet another ignorant owner

While waiting for transport, I thought I had seen a well trained a little chi hua hua being walked off leash, then it started rushing past dozens of passerby, out of nowhere I heard a man shouting "STOP", I looked back and noticed that the owner was at least 5 meters away from his dog, screaming while walking slowly like it wasn't the first time his dog did that. Apparently the chi hua hua ignored his shouting and continue moving forward. I was really pissed off but knowing that it wasn't my dog and that this kind of conversation will usually end up in quarrels, I simply watch quietly, or and did I mention that it was a narrow path right beside a busy road?! Luckily the dog saw a bush and started doing its marking while the owner caught up, he then stood behind his dog and kept repeating "STOP", which obviously the dog didn't care and just continue what it was doing.

I'm not sure how many times he had allowed this to happen but his luck will soon run out one day, and the one suffering will not be him but the poor dog.

( It's been awhile since we had time to update our blog, we are going for our vacation soon and kept boarding and training slots empty during this period of time, hence there's a bit of time to do some writing. It's been a great year and we've made lots of new friends (both dogs and humans), thank you all for the support all these years! )


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