Alvin12 wrote:well, as others have pointed out (and you seem to admit), you're kind of nutty and had a (large) dog off-leash - I'd stay away from you too. especially if I had a child with me and you were unable to control your dog (two (!) calls)
maybe act more in line with society's norms and you won't feel so left out and ignored.
Reading this gave me a pit in my stomach. You must be one of those people that would have just walked on by if you saw someone in K9's position. Did you not read the post....they dropped the lead (aka LEASH) when they fell. It wasn't a matter of them not having control over their animals. How rude are you?! And telling someone to conform to the "norms" of society...are you serious?? So you're saying the only way you'd help someone is if they are "normal"? I'm sure you're so perfect and normal and deserving of a hand when you need it. *hope you note the sarcasm*.
Yes, if I had a child with me and there was a large dog that wasn't under control (don't really care whether the leash was dropped, dog wasn't under control by OP's own admission) I'd keep on walking. And re-read the original post, batshtt crazy if you ask me.