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Dog attacked a roo in Ainslie this morning

By Masquara 21 June 2013 48

A little after 8 this morning a solid largeish black dog was chasing a kangaroo from O’Connell Street park area toward the Ainslie shops – the roo (a very large grey) slipped and fell heavily on the road in front of my car, in Cox Street, and the dog bit its hindquarter. Roo managed to get up again and went on toward Wakefield Gardens with the dog continuing to attack it.

It happened too quickly to take a photo.

The dog was some kind of very heavyset probable crossbreed (I can’t find the identical dog through a google image search), mostly black with some white around the neck. It was very upsetting to see.

If anyone knows which reprobate owns this dog, please report it.

It could be a child being attacked next time.

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bundah 10:36 am 24 Jun 13

beardedclam said :

That’s why we have animal control. Who is to say the next kangaroo won’t turn around and attack an innocent child.

You mean like this,although a roo can spot a Pom miles away..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8B66gFbN3sg

Deckard 10:18 am 24 Jun 13

Masquara said :

FioBla said :

No mention of incompetent Labor in this post. Can only assume that Masquara’s account has been hacked.

Pointless online stalking …

but very funny…

beardedclam 10:03 am 24 Jun 13

That’s why we have animal control. Who is to say the next kangaroo won’t turn around and attack an innocent child.

poetix 8:19 am 24 Jun 13

Tony4PM said :

There’s no place in suburbia for dogs. Dirty, slobbery, dangerous things that leave turds everywhere. A condition of ownership should be a minimum of 5 acres. Small dogs in suburbia maybe, on the proviso that they are compulsorily and permanently silenced so those of us who don’t have to have a dumb animal to be master of to placate our inferiority complexes don’t have to listen to the incessant dumb yapping.

Dumb yapping, but no dog is implicated.

Sandman 11:18 pm 23 Jun 13

Tony4PM said :

There’s no place in suburbia for dogs. Dirty, slobbery, dangerous things that leave turds everywhere. A condition of ownership should be a minimum of 5 acres. Small dogs in suburbia maybe, on the proviso that they are compulsorily and permanently silenced so those of us who don’t have to have a dumb animal to be master of to placate our inferiority complexes don’t have to listen to the incessant dumb yapping.

What he said.

Tony4PM 9:19 pm 23 Jun 13

There’s no place in suburbia for dogs. Dirty, slobbery, dangerous things that leave turds everywhere. A condition of ownership should be a minimum of 5 acres. Small dogs in suburbia maybe, on the proviso that they are compulsorily and permanently silenced so those of us who don’t have to have a dumb animal to be master of to placate our inferiority complexes don’t have to listen to the incessant dumb yapping.

Masquara 4:02 pm 23 Jun 13

FioBla said :

No mention of incompetent Labor in this post. Can only assume that Masquara’s account has been hacked.

Pointless online stalking …

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