From some of the posts lately I'm guessing that free crack and a laptops were handed out while we were in the other room.IndecentExposure said:This is a joke, right?
Anywhere you dam well feel like. ....rft:Ian Starr said:Hey all,
Anyone have some good suggestions for riding with my dogs off leash in the jeffco/boulder area? Any advice is appreciated.
Hear hear!!!jasonvelocity said:Agreed. I get sick of hearing "Don't worry, he's friendly". This apparently is reason enough for dog owners to let their dogs crawl up on me or chase me down the trial.
I dig the dog shoes...zzsean said:
If dog owners observed leash laws, we wouldn't have as much of an issue. Unfortunately, most people believe that their pet is "special" and doesn't need to be restrained.davec113 said:If you don't want to encounter dogs off leash, then ride ONLY where it is illegal to have them off leash, then its reasonable to be irked if someone is breaking the law by allowing their dog to run off leash.
Concern about aggressive dogs and the safety of those around them is valid considering the amount of people injured each year: http://www.dogbitelaw.com/PAGES/statistics.htmldavec113 said:Some of you douches have entitlement issues. There are other people in the world, and some of them have dogs. If they are not doing anything illegal (which includes aggressive behavior), then you should f#$k off.
Then you're just talking about the special case where someone is breaking the law by allowing the dog off leash in an area where it's not legal, or allowing their dog to be aggressive, which is also illegal. I think the op was asking about "Dog Friendly" trails, and you people come in here and start *****ing about people who are behaving illegaly? Start your own thread.jasonvelocity said:If dog owners observed leash laws, we wouldn't have as much of an issue. Unfortunately, most people believe that their pet is "special" and doesn't need to be restrained.
Concern about aggressive dogs and the safety of those around them is valid considering the amount of people injured each year: http://www.dogbitelaw.com/PAGES/statistics.html
I feel that those who choose to impose their dangerous pets upon the rest of us have entitlement issues. From your tone, I am going to guess you are a dog owner. If that is the case, I do not anticipate changing your opinion, only hoping you can understand ours. :thumbsup:
Yeah, there is a time and place (and a breed of dog)davec113 said:If the title was "Can I bring my aggressive dog who might bite you with me while I shuttle Apex", then I would agree with your comments.