Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Hoonstarr, Jul 21, 2018.
"Ohh, she doesn't bite"
I took over a section of an adjoining area off another driver. He warned me about the dog at a certain house, and that it bit him. The people got stuff at least 3 times a week. It was a little yapper and very sneaky. They let the little bastard run loose most of the time. Had a package for them. My head was on a swivel. No sign of him, no bark. Walking back to the PC, I had to walk alongside a hedge. He was in the hedge and jumped out and nipped my ankle. I complained to the owner, and after that, they kept him in the garage most of the time, but left the door raised up about 4 or 5 inches so he could breathe, i guess. Had another package, nobody home. Walked by the garage, and heard him yapping. I called him by name, and he stuck his snout under the garage door, where I promptly stomped it. He never got near me again after that. I did get bit bad once, and drove straight to the hospital that was on my area. You should always get medical attention after a dog bite if it breaks the skin.
Please don't force your kids to eat. I think it's part of why people are so fat.
My personal favorite is the @Brownslave688 method
He hates dogs.
Had that happen to me once but it wasn't a frying pan. it was the Ron Popeil chicken oven complete with a chicken inside. My rookie helped her to the floor face first and then obliged the woman's request to F* off. Husband went to jail, wife went to jail, chicken went to dog.
I was bit, went to hospital immediately for shots and etc. Sued, blah blah.
I've been told, but never confirmed that homeowners' insurance policies will settle for $10K right off the bat, but never confirmed.
Give them a plate full of healthy options but never force them to eat.
Italians would disagree.
How much you get
ALWASYS call local law enforcement if you've been bit. That way it is on record that the dog is dangerous and the people HAVE to show proof it has had its shots (people tend to lie about that stuff). Around here if it has bit people on 3 different occasions it is put down. Also people tend to pay more attention to a lecture from the cops than they do from some old UPS guy. On my route the cops would make sure the dog was tied up for 3 days so it could be monitored for signs of illness. I told one guy to tie his poodle up at the end of his driveway on a short leash and I would take care of it for him the next time I drove by. Thump-thump
that is poor management....did you have any reaction to the peroxide ?
You big babies. Keep it clean. Let it heal. Good Lord! Sue?! It’s a nip and a scratch. Talk about frivolous lawsuits! “But I’m a victim!” Yeah. Whatever. You’ll be ok.
So you’re saying do nothing for the dog to possibly bite someone else?
I believe the dog owner will be more aware going forward.
Once they realize it's gonna cost them money.
People are lazy....
And have no understanding of the "breed" of dog they have.
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