Court says beating 7-month-old Boston terrier puppy to death with bat "not torture"

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    wfgodot Former Member

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    Court: Killing of puppy with bat wasn't torture. (AP/Daily Oklahoman)
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    wfgodot Former Member

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    Having had four Boston terriers who passed through their seventh month with me, I will say that none would bite a child unless unduly provoked; and, further, a spanking would correct the behavior. What the man did was unconscionable.
     
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    I have been around many Boston terriers never owned one, never had I seen one bite.

    This person who did these is pure evil. Uncalled for. I agree, if the dog did bite the child there is plenty of other discipline that could have been done.

    Wonder what kind of person could beat a 7 month puppy to death! I would be in fear of my children around this type do person.
     
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    First one scolds and shames them. This is easily done as they are so eager to please and they get their feelings hurt easily. If that doesn't work, a spanking - nothing in earnest, but accompany it with gruff language. I've never had a Boston where this didn't work, for a variety of unsatisfactory behaviors. Even an open-hand spanking with force is so very better than what this guy did. A baseball bat. May he rot in hell.
     

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