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dog bite,anyone know for sure?

Posted: 19/10/2014 at 17:03

I have been checking trespass up on the web I found that on every issue of land this is what it says clearly that anyone entering  private land or property without owners invite it is an illegal act  of trespass ,it points out is illegal entry  .

However , should damage be caused by any person or persons it is thus an illegal entery with intent to cause damage  by act ?........ ( sorry can't remember exactly)though goes on to say It is a criminal act.

Thanks BizzieB will continue to check this.

Yviestevie please don't be offended. Everyone is entitled to there view and I appreciate everyone has different .   if I offended you then I am sorry , I don't know if you will see this , I hope you do .and if it's possible to pm you then I shall. gran

dog bite,anyone know for sure?

Posted: 19/10/2014 at 12:18

The dogs were kicked out at I have suggested that they focus on this too.

 As well as what Fairygirl has pointed towards. Why was she on someone else's land  I say she has treated this as a playground .I am just pleased she didn't venture in the next field where there Is cattle , where she could have been trampled to death .Then would it be my friends fault?

dog bite,anyone know for sure?

Posted: 19/10/2014 at 09:32

Thanks Mike Allen ,I appreciate you taking time to explains from your experience of what happens within the law side of these situations..

I copied your piece of info and have emailed my friend with it. 

The one thing which puzzles me is why the jogger should be on private land.and why she kicked out at the dog.I do see it as wrong. 

Best Plant to cover a drain cover

Posted: 19/10/2014 at 08:40

Does the plants grow through the ornamental bark which you can buy

In bags.?

this would be useful for the weight  prospect. Others may know .

dog bite,anyone know for sure?

Posted: 19/10/2014 at 02:29

Mike have pm d you.

dog bite,anyone know for sure?

Posted: 19/10/2014 at 02:04

Did you have gates at the end of your drive and were they shut?because the gates at my friends were until the jogger came through.your property doesn't sound the same at all all so why should a jogger choose to run well off the beaten track .she was bitten yes but what was she really doing?

By the sound of things others regularly come passed your house , they don't near by my friends , anyone who isn't invited or going for a purpose is regarded as suspicious

 

But really I don't think the dogs trust would approve of dogs not getting exercise.they need to run naturally and play

dog bite,anyone know for sure?

Posted: 19/10/2014 at 01:17

Yviestevie,as I understand it you let your dogs run free in your garden which  it was well fenced and no access by anyone unless you allowed them in.

1))  my friend lets her dogs into her garden which is adjacent to her property and as I said it is fenced off. By rights nobody can get in to her land unless they walked straight passed the front door and undid a latch on the gate  .

So this is no different to what you did except it was maybe on a bigger scale ,I'm guessing to your garden,- and as it is a small holding had chickens in seperate hen pens these  fenced off.

2)) so how did the person get in ,? they had no right to enter there property unless they were going to see them. So to go as they must have done they were trespassing.Around the field are notices warning the land is private.

No one can understand why this person was there either ( except to what she said and this was, she was going for a jog)

3))  you did not let your dog's run free?   So did you keep them on a lead all the time? That is cruel  ,a dog needs to run ,it is natural and essentially healthy.

What is the point of having your own fenced field and walking your dog's on a lead?

You can hardly call land that is fenced off with chain link and hedging open land so why not let them run for execise.open land  is open land ,this was not open land,it was not a free for all.

4)) I now refer to you assuming we have all nipped over the odd fence as children,well you maybe , but I was brought up to respect other people's property .I knew right from wrong. I was not a goody goody but I did know the wrath of my father's belt.

But with your dog that was attacked on your doorstep , this is irrelevant to my friends situation, I ask you this , 

 

dog bite,anyone know for sure?

Posted: 18/10/2014 at 20:36

They have a. Five acre field the field has a wide drain running through it the field is fenced off as they use it for exercising there dogs.they have a small holding.they are out in the middle of nowhere on the edge of a moor.the jogger should not have been on there land .but yes she is connected to the police force.only two dogs were involved in going anywhere near her . One of the two dogs who ran to her bit her as she kicked out at it.the other two dogs didn't and couldn't jump over the drain . The fifth dog who is timid ran back home .

As far as I can see the jogger had not permission from them to go on her land .she says she thought it wad common land , even though it was fenced off and there is no gate .the only access to the land  is through there garden which leads on to there land where they were exercising there dogs.

dog bite,anyone know for sure?

Posted: 18/10/2014 at 19:30

My friend has five rescue dogs   the report says that all five attacked her this is why she is seeing a solicitor.one dog is timid and wasn't r from home so she ran back .the other two are old and both can hardly walk never mind where they have supposed to have jumped over a wide drain.the other two ran up to her and one bit her. But she was on her own land..

Talkback: Cooking green tomatoes

Posted: 18/10/2014 at 10:13

I have a lot of Green zebra heirloom , while we had the sun we were getting them  a mix of turning yellow and with lots of green. We picked them when they were getting soft.a sign I believe shows   they are ready.they had a beautiful taste.and some got slight blight. Which I disregard ed.        But would I have been ok to cut off the blight and eat the rest .(       these were a mixture of sizes and from light green to others been dark gren    ).

I have picked them all as frost got some .are these  really ok to eat green  as in salads?

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