Family scare as fox gets in through cat flap

This Is Wiltshire: Mandy Morse, Leanne Morse, Dave Fox and Rex the dog. Inset, the injured fox which was found in Mandy’s bedroom in Park South Mandy Morse, Leanne Morse, Dave Fox and Rex the dog. Inset, the injured fox which was found in Mandy’s bedroom in Park South

A MUM-of-three had the shock of her life when she woke up in the middle of the night to find a fox running around her bedroom – and it wasn’t the Mr Fox she expected.

Leanne Morse, 29, of Park South, was rudely awakened by her Staffordshire bull terrier Rex, who was barking and chasing the wild animal around the house shortly after midnight on Friday.

At first glance, Leanne mistook the fox for a ginger cat but when she realised her error, she tried to get it out from under her bed with a piece of her son’s plastic toy car track.

But the fox ran straight into her eight-year-old daughter Maddie’s bedroom where it remained for the rest of the night, chewing her pencil case and Sleeping Beauty DVD and using the carpet as a toilet.

Fortunately, Maddie and her six-year-old brother Bryce had been sleeping in their older brother Corey’s bedroom while he slept at his nan’s.

Ironically, Leanne’s boyfriend is called David Fox, but this Mr Fox was certainly unwanted.

Leanne said: “I left my daughter’s bedroom door open and hoped that it would make its own way out downstairs, but that didn’t work so I changed tactics and shut it in the bedroom and opened the window, hoping it might climb out but that didn’t work either. “I went back to bed because I thought if I’m moving about it’s not going to go anywhere.

“It was quite aggressive – it was going for the car track when I was trying to push it out of my room, but when I woke up this morning I started to feel a bit sorry for it so I gave it some cat food and some water – it had chewed some of my daughters stuff and there is fox poo all over the floor, which I’ve got to clean up.”

The fox, which got in to the house through the cat flap, was rescued by John Warwick, from the Swindon and District Animal Haven, who took it to the vets because it had an injury to its head and eye.

And fortunately for Leanne, she saw the funny side to the incident the following morning.

“My boyfriend’s name is David Fox, so I text him and said ‘I’ve had one of your cousins staying the night’ and he just laughed at me.

“I have seen the fox in the garden before but it’s never been in the house, we get the odd tom cat coming in and out but never a fox. “It is quite scary really but it was lucky my daughter wasn’t in her bedroom at the time.”

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10:03am Mon 15 Oct 12

RichardR1 says...

Not a good idea to feed the fox.
Not a good idea to feed the fox. RichardR1
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11:21am Mon 15 Oct 12

Oldtownmum says...

I'd be more worried about the staffie in the house than the fox. Poor thing was probably terrified and lucky not to be ripped apart.
I'd be more worried about the staffie in the house than the fox. Poor thing was probably terrified and lucky not to be ripped apart. Oldtownmum
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11:26am Mon 15 Oct 12

PJC says...

RichardR1 wrote:
Not a good idea to feed the fox.
Definitely not a good idea! Especially if it gets released. It'll associate humans as a source of food and do the same thing again!
[quote][p][bold]RichardR1[/bold] wrote: Not a good idea to feed the fox.[/p][/quote]Definitely not a good idea! Especially if it gets released. It'll associate humans as a source of food and do the same thing again! PJC
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12:06pm Mon 15 Oct 12

RichardR1 says...

Oldtownmum, when I saw the photo before reading the article I thought the same thing.

Fox's are rarely aggressive to people unless frightened and cornered, they will always run if they can.
Oldtownmum, when I saw the photo before reading the article I thought the same thing. Fox's are rarely aggressive to people unless frightened and cornered, they will always run if they can. RichardR1
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12:30pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Davey Gravey says...

RichardR1 wrote:
Oldtownmum, when I saw the photo before reading the article I thought the same thing.

Fox's are rarely aggressive to people unless frightened and cornered, they will always run if they can.
That's because you are stupid and have this crazy idea about Staffordshire Bull Terriers. Handing it over to Warwick isn
[quote][p][bold]RichardR1[/bold] wrote: Oldtownmum, when I saw the photo before reading the article I thought the same thing. Fox's are rarely aggressive to people unless frightened and cornered, they will always run if they can.[/p][/quote]That's because you are stupid and have this crazy idea about Staffordshire Bull Terriers. Handing it over to Warwick isn Davey Gravey
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12:30pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Davey Gravey says...

RichardR1 wrote:
Oldtownmum, when I saw the photo before reading the article I thought the same thing.

Fox's are rarely aggressive to people unless frightened and cornered, they will always run if they can.
That's because you are stupid and have this crazy idea about Staffordshire Bull Terriers. Handing it over to Warwick isn
[quote][p][bold]RichardR1[/bold] wrote: Oldtownmum, when I saw the photo before reading the article I thought the same thing. Fox's are rarely aggressive to people unless frightened and cornered, they will always run if they can.[/p][/quote]That's because you are stupid and have this crazy idea about Staffordshire Bull Terriers. Handing it over to Warwick isn Davey Gravey
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12:30pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Davey Gravey says...

RichardR1 wrote:
Oldtownmum, when I saw the photo before reading the article I thought the same thing.

Fox's are rarely aggressive to people unless frightened and cornered, they will always run if they can.
That's because you are stupid and have this crazy idea about Staffordshire Bull Terriers. Handing it over to Warwick isn
[quote][p][bold]RichardR1[/bold] wrote: Oldtownmum, when I saw the photo before reading the article I thought the same thing. Fox's are rarely aggressive to people unless frightened and cornered, they will always run if they can.[/p][/quote]That's because you are stupid and have this crazy idea about Staffordshire Bull Terriers. Handing it over to Warwick isn Davey Gravey
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12:30pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Davey Gravey says...

RichardR1 wrote:
Oldtownmum, when I saw the photo before reading the article I thought the same thing.

Fox's are rarely aggressive to people unless frightened and cornered, they will always run if they can.
That's because you are stupid and have this crazy idea about Staffordshire Bull Terriers. Handing it over to Warwick isn
[quote][p][bold]RichardR1[/bold] wrote: Oldtownmum, when I saw the photo before reading the article I thought the same thing. Fox's are rarely aggressive to people unless frightened and cornered, they will always run if they can.[/p][/quote]That's because you are stupid and have this crazy idea about Staffordshire Bull Terriers. Handing it over to Warwick isn Davey Gravey
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12:30pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Davey Gravey says...

RichardR1 wrote:
Oldtownmum, when I saw the photo before reading the article I thought the same thing.

Fox's are rarely aggressive to people unless frightened and cornered, they will always run if they can.
That's because you are stupid and have this crazy idea about Staffordshire Bull Terriers. Handing it over to Warwick isn
[quote][p][bold]RichardR1[/bold] wrote: Oldtownmum, when I saw the photo before reading the article I thought the same thing. Fox's are rarely aggressive to people unless frightened and cornered, they will always run if they can.[/p][/quote]That's because you are stupid and have this crazy idea about Staffordshire Bull Terriers. Handing it over to Warwick isn Davey Gravey
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12:32pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Highworth Lad says...

Sod the fox, should of set the dog on it, foxes are nothing but vermin and should be culled.
Sod the fox, should of set the dog on it, foxes are nothing but vermin and should be culled. Highworth Lad
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12:33pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Davey Gravey says...

Sort the site out mods. didn't even hit enter and it's posted half my post 5 times!
Sort the site out mods. didn't even hit enter and it's posted half my post 5 times! Davey Gravey
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12:59pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Oldtownmum says...

Staffies have the reputation for a reason! Any person who has a staffie in their house with a child is asking for trouble. They are a vicious breed who seem to be programmed wrong. There is something inherently nasty about them. Time they were banned for the sake of responsible dog owners and parents who don't want to risk being attacked by one in the park.
Staffies have the reputation for a reason! Any person who has a staffie in their house with a child is asking for trouble. They are a vicious breed who seem to be programmed wrong. There is something inherently nasty about them. Time they were banned for the sake of responsible dog owners and parents who don't want to risk being attacked by one in the park. Oldtownmum
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1:10pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Davey Gravey says...

Oldtownmum wrote:
Staffies have the reputation for a reason! Any person who has a staffie in their house with a child is asking for trouble. They are a vicious breed who seem to be programmed wrong. There is something inherently nasty about them. Time they were banned for the sake of responsible dog owners and parents who don't want to risk being attacked by one in the park.
Sensationalist rubbish. Do some proper research on the breed from reputable sources.
[quote][p][bold]Oldtownmum[/bold] wrote: Staffies have the reputation for a reason! Any person who has a staffie in their house with a child is asking for trouble. They are a vicious breed who seem to be programmed wrong. There is something inherently nasty about them. Time they were banned for the sake of responsible dog owners and parents who don't want to risk being attacked by one in the park.[/p][/quote]Sensationalist rubbish. Do some proper research on the breed from reputable sources. Davey Gravey
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1:34pm Mon 15 Oct 12

MissO says...

There is NOTHING wrong with staffies Oldtownmum ANY dog in the wrong hands (being treated aggressively = aggression back) is capable of biting out. Its not the breed its the deed you need to ban! Please stop this nonsence against bull breeds its leading to too many dogs being left in rescue and nobody wants them due to this rubbish.

as for foxes - she did the right and kind thing. John Warwick is the right man to call for the job as the fox was seen by the vet will be cared for and released.
There is NOTHING wrong with staffies Oldtownmum ANY dog in the wrong hands (being treated aggressively = aggression back) is capable of biting out. Its not the breed its the deed you need to ban! Please stop this nonsence against bull breeds its leading to too many dogs being left in rescue and nobody wants them due to this rubbish. as for foxes - she did the right and kind thing. John Warwick is the right man to call for the job as the fox was seen by the vet will be cared for and released. MissO
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2:30pm Mon 15 Oct 12

MissO says...

Update the Fox has now been taken in by the Wildlife Rescue
Update the Fox has now been taken in by the Wildlife Rescue MissO
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5:09pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Staffiesaregreat! says...

Stop with the abuse on Staffies - most wonderful loving dog ever. Grew up with one before everybody ruined their reputation they are wonderful family dogs! Its the owner that ruins the dog its not the breed!!
Stop with the abuse on Staffies - most wonderful loving dog ever. Grew up with one before everybody ruined their reputation they are wonderful family dogs! Its the owner that ruins the dog its not the breed!! Staffiesaregreat!
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7:15pm Mon 15 Oct 12

jimmys lovechild says...

Its not the dog. Its the irresponsible owner of which there are plenty walking their status symbols around the town
Its not the dog. Its the irresponsible owner of which there are plenty walking their status symbols around the town jimmys lovechild
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7:21pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Itssomewheretowork says...

I thought John Warwick, lost his appeal and was finely closed down!
I thought John Warwick, lost his appeal and was finely closed down! Itssomewheretowork
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8:10pm Mon 15 Oct 12

itsamess3 says...

Itssomewheretowork
John Warwick is at the very least a committed saviour of animals of many types against the odds. I and many speak highly of his efforts despite very difficult circumstances and severe lack of finance and help.
The voluntary section have rallied around him as he above all does his very best for any animal brought to him despite severe illness he suffers.
Those with perfect health and finance have never achieved the success this man and his small band of volunteers have achieved--that should tell you how commited he is.
Itssomewheretowork John Warwick is at the very least a committed saviour of animals of many types against the odds. I and many speak highly of his efforts despite very difficult circumstances and severe lack of finance and help. The voluntary section have rallied around him as he above all does his very best for any animal brought to him despite severe illness he suffers. Those with perfect health and finance have never achieved the success this man and his small band of volunteers have achieved--that should tell you how commited he is. itsamess3
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9:53pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Ms B Swindon says...

Oldtownmum wrote:
I'd be more worried about the staffie in the house than the fox. Poor thing was probably terrified and lucky not to be ripped apart.
Get a grip on yourself woman. I'd love to set my staffies on you, but all you'd get would be a very wet face from their licks. Not everyone trains their dogs to be aggressive. You can see their dog is a family dog. Do not be drawn into the media prejudice against staffies. Try thinking for yourself and if you don't have a staffie or know someone who does then your opinion really isn't valid.
[quote][p][bold]Oldtownmum[/bold] wrote: I'd be more worried about the staffie in the house than the fox. Poor thing was probably terrified and lucky not to be ripped apart.[/p][/quote]Get a grip on yourself woman. I'd love to set my staffies on you, but all you'd get would be a very wet face from their licks. Not everyone trains their dogs to be aggressive. You can see their dog is a family dog. Do not be drawn into the media prejudice against staffies. Try thinking for yourself and if you don't have a staffie or know someone who does then your opinion really isn't valid. Ms B Swindon
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9:57pm Mon 15 Oct 12

Ms B Swindon says...

Oldtownmum wrote:
Staffies have the reputation for a reason! Any person who has a staffie in their house with a child is asking for trouble. They are a vicious breed who seem to be programmed wrong. There is something inherently nasty about them. Time they were banned for the sake of responsible dog owners and parents who don't want to risk being attacked by one in the park.
I fear for children who's parents are so ignorant. Time they were sterilised to avoid passing on the stupid, dumb, I can't think for myself gene to poor innocent children. I don't ever want to risk meeting one of these ignorant people for fear I might just point out how stupid they are.
[quote][p][bold]Oldtownmum[/bold] wrote: Staffies have the reputation for a reason! Any person who has a staffie in their house with a child is asking for trouble. They are a vicious breed who seem to be programmed wrong. There is something inherently nasty about them. Time they were banned for the sake of responsible dog owners and parents who don't want to risk being attacked by one in the park.[/p][/quote]I fear for children who's parents are so ignorant. Time they were sterilised to avoid passing on the stupid, dumb, I can't think for myself gene to poor innocent children. I don't ever want to risk meeting one of these ignorant people for fear I might just point out how stupid they are. Ms B Swindon
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10:00pm Mon 15 Oct 12

timt1964 says...

Highworth Lad wrote:
Sod the fox, should of set the dog on it, foxes are nothing but vermin and should be culled.
foxes are not vermin,just the idiots who think they are.they have just as much right as us to live on this planet so get your family to lock you in the cellar again.come out when you can add something decent to the discussion.good on john warwick for taking the fox in,closed down or not at least he bothered.
[quote][p][bold]Highworth Lad[/bold] wrote: Sod the fox, should of set the dog on it, foxes are nothing but vermin and should be culled.[/p][/quote]foxes are not vermin,just the idiots who think they are.they have just as much right as us to live on this planet so get your family to lock you in the cellar again.come out when you can add something decent to the discussion.good on john warwick for taking the fox in,closed down or not at least he bothered. timt1964
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6:32am Tue 16 Oct 12

CynicRealist says...

Foxes have just as much right to 'live on the planet' as pigeons, rats, mosquitos, houseflies, fleas, ticks, slugs etc etc etc.

Too many people in swindon determine what's vermin and what isn't, not according to what they are or do, but how cuddly they are.

(I could think of a few councillors we could add to the list!)
Foxes have just as much right to 'live on the planet' as pigeons, rats, mosquitos, houseflies, fleas, ticks, slugs etc etc etc. Too many people in swindon determine what's vermin and what isn't, not according to what they are or do, but how cuddly they are. (I could think of a few councillors we could add to the list!) CynicRealist
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8:44am Tue 16 Oct 12

RichardR1 says...

I do find it rather ironic that those who have defended Staffies as misunderstood lovely cuddly dogs, then proceed to attack others in the stereo typical way, Staffie owners are generally perceived.

Unfair or not you only have to read these pages to know which dog is featured almost exclusively in Swindon when their is an attack on another dog or person.

It is also a fact even admitted by the Staffie Owners Association that they have an inherent dislike of other breeds and will pro-actively attack. But I am sure he would just have licked the fox to death had he caught it.
I do find it rather ironic that those who have defended Staffies as misunderstood lovely cuddly dogs, then proceed to attack others in the stereo typical way, Staffie owners are generally perceived. Unfair or not you only have to read these pages to know which dog is featured almost exclusively in Swindon when their is an attack on another dog or person. It is also a fact even admitted by the Staffie Owners Association that they have an inherent dislike of other breeds and will pro-actively attack. But I am sure he would just have licked the fox to death had he caught it. RichardR1
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9:17am Tue 16 Oct 12

danielle259 says...

Oldtownmum wrote:
Staffies have the reputation for a reason! Any person who has a staffie in their house with a child is asking for trouble. They are a vicious breed who seem to be programmed wrong. There is something inherently nasty about them. Time they were banned for the sake of responsible dog owners and parents who don't want to risk being attacked by one in the park.
there are not bad dogs just bad owners , we have a staffie with my sister and her 3 kids and hes wonderful. remember its how a dog i brought up not the breed, a husky is difficult to train and live with kids if not brought up right but some are same with all dogs. its people like you that make others think they are, try working at a rescue center and you will see. not being rude but this is from experiences.
[quote][p][bold]Oldtownmum[/bold] wrote: Staffies have the reputation for a reason! Any person who has a staffie in their house with a child is asking for trouble. They are a vicious breed who seem to be programmed wrong. There is something inherently nasty about them. Time they were banned for the sake of responsible dog owners and parents who don't want to risk being attacked by one in the park.[/p][/quote]there are not bad dogs just bad owners , we have a staffie with my sister and her 3 kids and hes wonderful. remember its how a dog i brought up not the breed, a husky is difficult to train and live with kids if not brought up right but some are same with all dogs. its people like you that make others think they are, try working at a rescue center and you will see. not being rude but this is from experiences. danielle259
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9:26am Tue 16 Oct 12

Davey Gravey says...

RichardR1 wrote:
I do find it rather ironic that those who have defended Staffies as misunderstood lovely cuddly dogs, then proceed to attack others in the stereo typical way, Staffie owners are generally perceived.

Unfair or not you only have to read these pages to know which dog is featured almost exclusively in Swindon when their is an attack on another dog or person.

It is also a fact even admitted by the Staffie Owners Association that they have an inherent dislike of other breeds and will pro-actively attack. But I am sure he would just have licked the fox to death had he caught it.
Utter rubbish again robfm. If a fox entered any dogs home it would react.the breed is irrelevant. Staffordshire bull terriers don't even feature in most attacks on people. Ask the postmen,ask the dogs trust, rspca, blue cross, battersea dogs home, etc, etc. Shame on you robfm. Shame on you
[quote][p][bold]RichardR1[/bold] wrote: I do find it rather ironic that those who have defended Staffies as misunderstood lovely cuddly dogs, then proceed to attack others in the stereo typical way, Staffie owners are generally perceived. Unfair or not you only have to read these pages to know which dog is featured almost exclusively in Swindon when their is an attack on another dog or person. It is also a fact even admitted by the Staffie Owners Association that they have an inherent dislike of other breeds and will pro-actively attack. But I am sure he would just have licked the fox to death had he caught it.[/p][/quote]Utter rubbish again robfm. If a fox entered any dogs home it would react.the breed is irrelevant. Staffordshire bull terriers don't even feature in most attacks on people. Ask the postmen,ask the dogs trust, rspca, blue cross, battersea dogs home, etc, etc. Shame on you robfm. Shame on you Davey Gravey
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11:08am Tue 16 Oct 12

MissO says...

If people are getting upset and angry its because we have seen what a terrible situation this hype rubbish is doing to so many innocent dogs. Stuck in rescue - people walking past just because they are staffies. its heart breaking - i dare you to go to any rescue and see just what human has done to its best friend - the dog. abused, neglected, dumped or just igonored. As for John Warwick and the Haven - its very much up and running, better than ever with many commited volunteers. come and see for yourselves!!!
If people are getting upset and angry its because we have seen what a terrible situation this hype rubbish is doing to so many innocent dogs. Stuck in rescue - people walking past just because they are staffies. its heart breaking - i dare you to go to any rescue and see just what human has done to its best friend - the dog. abused, neglected, dumped or just igonored. As for John Warwick and the Haven - its very much up and running, better than ever with many commited volunteers. come and see for yourselves!!! MissO
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11:48am Tue 16 Oct 12

rolaren says...

PJC wrote:
RichardR1 wrote:
Not a good idea to feed the fox.
Definitely not a good idea! Especially if it gets released. It'll associate humans as a source of food and do the same thing again!
PJ & R1, I think you both under estimate the intelligent of the fox. Even if there is food from humans, they still prefer to catch their own and certainly do not get habituated to human contact.
Regarding their intelligence, this fox was injured and for the first time decided to enter a human dwelling, where it was eventually rescued and taken for treatment!
[quote][p][bold]PJC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RichardR1[/bold] wrote: Not a good idea to feed the fox.[/p][/quote]Definitely not a good idea! Especially if it gets released. It'll associate humans as a source of food and do the same thing again![/p][/quote]PJ & R1, I think you both under estimate the intelligent of the fox. Even if there is food from humans, they still prefer to catch their own and certainly do not get habituated to human contact. Regarding their intelligence, this fox was injured and for the first time decided to enter a human dwelling, where it was eventually rescued and taken for treatment! rolaren
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1:22pm Tue 16 Oct 12

MissO says...

Clever Fox I say!!
Clever Fox I say!! MissO
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4:07pm Tue 16 Oct 12

Jayne35 says...

Our neighbour has an extremely overgrown, rubbish filled garden and there are quite often foxes over there. On occasion they have also been in my garden, oddly my dogs (Yes, one is a staffie) just stare at the foxes at the very most, though I'm sure if one came in the house the dogs would go for it, as would be expected really. Bit disappointing to see the anti-staffie comments though when it's completely irrelevant and unnecessary, give it some time and sure there will be a new 'status dog' for everyone to complain about!
Our neighbour has an extremely overgrown, rubbish filled garden and there are quite often foxes over there. On occasion they have also been in my garden, oddly my dogs (Yes, one is a staffie) just stare at the foxes at the very most, though I'm sure if one came in the house the dogs would go for it, as would be expected really. Bit disappointing to see the anti-staffie comments though when it's completely irrelevant and unnecessary, give it some time and sure there will be a new 'status dog' for everyone to complain about! Jayne35
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7:06pm Tue 16 Oct 12

RichardR1 says...

What a boring troll you are Davey Gravey, trying to take over from 1 2 or Mr Itsamess3 are we.
What a boring troll you are Davey Gravey, trying to take over from 1 2 or Mr Itsamess3 are we. RichardR1
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8:14pm Tue 16 Oct 12

Davey Gravey says...

RichardR1 wrote:
What a boring troll you are Davey Gravey, trying to take over from 1 2 or Mr Itsamess3 are we.
Troll? Corrected your vicious sensationalist rubbish more like. Sod off to pompey and do us all a favour you repulsive cretin
[quote][p][bold]RichardR1[/bold] wrote: What a boring troll you are Davey Gravey, trying to take over from 1 2 or Mr Itsamess3 are we.[/p][/quote]Troll? Corrected your vicious sensationalist rubbish more like. Sod off to pompey and do us all a favour you repulsive cretin Davey Gravey
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10:32am Wed 17 Oct 12

RichardR1 says...

Temper Temper, I'm not going to pompey. Nothing sensationalist about stating that attacks by Staffies are prevalent.
Temper Temper, I'm not going to pompey. Nothing sensationalist about stating that attacks by Staffies are prevalent. RichardR1
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11:53am Wed 17 Oct 12

Jayne35 says...

I think you will find that 'reports' of attacks by Staffies are prevalent. I'm sure Poodles (among other breeds) bite people but just don't make the news. If it's a Staffie involved however, it's a different matter.
I think you will find that 'reports' of attacks by Staffies are prevalent. I'm sure Poodles (among other breeds) bite people but just don't make the news. If it's a Staffie involved however, it's a different matter. Jayne35
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12:16pm Wed 17 Oct 12

Davey Gravey says...

RichardR1 wrote:
Temper Temper, I'm not going to pompey. Nothing sensationalist about stating that attacks by Staffies are prevalent.
And you call me a troll? You are an attention seeking moron. Universally despised by all. And a proven liar and fraud.
[quote][p][bold]RichardR1[/bold] wrote: Temper Temper, I'm not going to pompey. Nothing sensationalist about stating that attacks by Staffies are prevalent.[/p][/quote]And you call me a troll? You are an attention seeking moron. Universally despised by all. And a proven liar and fraud. Davey Gravey
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8:21am Fri 19 Oct 12

RichardR1 says...

And you are a Troll, get over it.
And you are a Troll, get over it. RichardR1
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