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Friday, November 04 2011

Yesterday Dillon was a victim of Family Violence.

I know!  Who could attack this little face? 

 But someone did. They sliced his nose - and it bled - and it bled - and it bled some more.


On the surface it appeared we had our suspect. After all, she had blood on her face.

But we should never hop to snap conclusions.  For instance, rather than assaulting her best friend, it is possible that a certain Livestock Guardian Dog was actually "helping" our victim.

"Oh please, my Queen, forgive him.  He knows not what he does!"


And it's also possible that our suspect got blood on her face as she raced to comfort our victim.

"Don't do that again, Little Buddy.  You know Ice hates you."


And it's also possible that our complainant is a bit thick-headed.

"Look at this Awesome Cool Bottle!  Who wants to play with this Awesome Cool Bottle?  You?  Do YOU want to play with the Awesome Cool Bottle?" 

 "Please die now."

"Let's play!"


Go away, you Filthy Beast!"

"Bummer. What a downer."

(Our complainant wanders off in search of other people to bother.)

"YOU!  You want to play with my Awesome Cool Bottle!"

And thus we see how a case of Aggravated Assault/Family Violence "could" also be considered Self-Defense. But most of all we see that just because someone is hurt, and someone else is covered in blood - one cannot jump to hasty conclusions.



Disclaimer: Plastic bottles are dangerous. Puppies shouldn't be left alone with one. Dillon is only allowed to carry it around, he isn't allowed to chew it.


Posted by: forensicfarmgirl AT 11:13 am   |  Permalink   |  2 Comments  |  Email
This could be our back pasture! Fewer dogs though. Molly (Great Pyr, age 6) had similar streaks of blood and Summer (age 5 months) plays with her in a similar way... in this case, Summer was having some teething issues and of course Molly got it wiped on her.
Posted by Linda Nightsky Farm on 11/05/2011 - 09:47 AM
Poor Dillon. Is he too much of a puppy to realize Ice is the QUEEN of the pack and can't be bothered to lower herself to play with a puppy?! Actually I am surprised - I thought all dogs tolerated the babies, even if they are annoying, simply because they are the babies of the pack.....
Posted by Janie on 11/07/2011 - 09:06 AM

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