Yes, if a dog bites someone it will get a taste for blood and most likely attack other people. Most dogs that bite people severly are put down. I think Frester was right in what he has done and i hope he is back with us soonTheSeventhOne said:
(In My Opinion) This is one of those things I'm going to speculate on only, because I dont have kids, but I'd say that would seem quite a justifiable response.TheSeventhOne said:
I suppose your right, so one bite could send the dog blood thirsty?Jon said:(In My Opinion) This is one of those things I'm going to speculate on only, because I dont have kids, but I'd say that would seem quite a justifiable response.
Its not that rare to hear stories of dogs mauling toddlers and small children to death, so its quite justafiable for someone to be extremely upset when a close encounter happens like this. Dont forget dogs are meant to be destroyed after they attack a human, because the blood lust can make them unpredictable in the future. If this particular animal has attacked before, then Frester probably gave it what it had coming already.
I'd say Frester did whatever he felt was right and appropriate at the time, and he'd obviously have known the consequences.