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GOOD COPS! Police Officers Save Dog When No One Else Would

 
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I bet they took him back to Rampart station, and used him for target practice!

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But most of all, the LA shitbags that walked by and didn't even bother to check to see if the dog was dead or alive. LA's a shithole.
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And I'll bet you've never even been within 500 miles of there.

I worked in Hollyweird in the film business for 14 years. I met a lot of good cops (who told stories of all the asswipe "young tough guy" cops) and I have to believe this story to be true.

I love pits. I'm on my 4th Boxer now and most people think he's a pit because the way he's built, and he's all white.

Now I work with dogs. The business I owned in Santa Barbara saw 450 to 600 dogs a month of every breed, size, temperament, and condition you can think of. Only ONE fight in ten years, between a German shepard and a Australian shepard. NEVER a pit. And it was because of the owner who left an aggressive dog with us and didn't warn us. (now the bad dog owner is a sports announcer here in Phoenix that everyone looks up to, I'd really enjoy running into him someday.
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First of all I wasn't talking about the cops and second I was driving into LAX the day the shuttle was in the streets and use to live in Cali.
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And I wasn't talking about "the shuttle". It's not a "shithole". You're right, there's crappy neighborhoods. Just like any and ALL other cities. I'm lucky to lived in one of the coolest areas, on the west side for most of my stay. People there would stop and help. (I also lived by echo park/silverlake, across the tracks from compton and two blocks from the Oakwood district)

Cal's a huge place . If you didn't live in the city or go there regularly, you aren't an expert on the subject. Like I don;t like Phoenix, but I wouldn't call everyone here "shitbags" at all.

I'm glad there's cops with integrity out there. It would be cool if it was starting to be a trend (doubt it though)...
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But most of all, the LA shitbags that walked by and didn't even bother to check to see if the dog was dead or alive. LA's a shithole.
 Quoting: LORIEN


And I'll bet you've never even been within 500 miles of there.

I worked in Hollyweird in the film business for 14 years. I met a lot of good cops (who told stories of all the asswipe "young tough guy" cops) and I have to believe this story to be true.

I love pits. I'm on my 4th Boxer now and most people think he's a pit because the way he's built, and he's all white.

Now I work with dogs. The business I owned in Santa Barbara saw 450 to 600 dogs a month of every breed, size, temperament, and condition you can think of. Only ONE fight in ten years, between a German shepard and a Australian shepard. NEVER a pit. And it was because of the owner who left an aggressive dog with us and didn't warn us. (now the bad dog owner is a sports announcer here in Phoenix that everyone looks up to, I'd really enjoy running into him someday.
 Quoting: Captain Spaulding 32398889


First of all I wasn't talking about the cops and second I was driving into LAX the day the shuttle was in the streets and use to live in Cali.
 Quoting: LORIEN


And I wasn't talking about "the shuttle". It's not a "shithole". You're right, there's crappy neighborhoods. Just like any and ALL other cities. I'm lucky to lived in one of the coolest areas, on the west side for most of my stay. People there would stop and help. (I also lived by echo park/silverlake, across the tracks from compton and two blocks from the Oakwood district)

Cal's a huge place . If you didn't live in the city or go there regularly, you aren't an expert on the subject. Like I don;t like Phoenix, but I wouldn't call everyone here "shitbags" at all.

I'm glad there's cops with integrity out there. It would be cool if it was starting to be a trend (doubt it though)...
 Quoting: Captain Spaulding 32398889


WTF?
And I wasn't talking about "the shuttle". It only means that I was recently within 500 miles you knumbskull.
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Great post OP!

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Wow there still is a few good men.
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Awwverysad One of my kitties passed away yesterday.We'll miss you, furry nuts! hf
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MP - my sympathies for the loss of your "furry nuts". I know it must be hard. Here's a Rainbow Bridge for you:

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Heartwarming story and nice to know there are some good cops out there. Anyone else notice the three that rescued him are all female? Nothing against men, just found that very interesting...
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Awwverysad One of my kitties passed away yesterday.We'll miss you, furry nuts! hf
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So sorry about your kitty. I'm sure he'll always be in your heart, and the Rainbow Bridge is too beautiful not to be true.
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So happy for this dog story!!!! Thank you Ralph :)

But so awful that the owner didn't want him back.

My dog was abandoned by the roadside at four months old, had been mistreated so badly I can hardly stand to think about it.

But he's happy and healthy with me today - YAY!

Tashi3

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And I'll bet you've never even been within 500 miles of there.

I worked in Hollyweird in the film business for 14 years. I met a lot of good cops (who told stories of all the asswipe "young tough guy" cops) and I have to believe this story to be true.

I love pits. I'm on my 4th Boxer now and most people think he's a pit because the way he's built, and he's all white.

Now I work with dogs. The business I owned in Santa Barbara saw 450 to 600 dogs a month of every breed, size, temperament, and condition you can think of. Only ONE fight in ten years, between a German shepard and a Australian shepard. NEVER a pit. And it was because of the owner who left an aggressive dog with us and didn't warn us. (now the bad dog owner is a sports announcer here in Phoenix that everyone looks up to, I'd really enjoy running into him someday.
 Quoting: Captain Spaulding 32398889


First of all I wasn't talking about the cops and second I was driving into LAX the day the shuttle was in the streets and use to live in Cali.
 Quoting: LORIEN


And I wasn't talking about "the shuttle". It's not a "shithole". You're right, there's crappy neighborhoods. Just like any and ALL other cities. I'm lucky to lived in one of the coolest areas, on the west side for most of my stay. People there would stop and help. (I also lived by echo park/silverlake, across the tracks from compton and two blocks from the Oakwood district)

Cal's a huge place . If you didn't live in the city or go there regularly, you aren't an expert on the subject. Like I don;t like Phoenix, but I wouldn't call everyone here "shitbags" at all.

I'm glad there's cops with integrity out there. It would be cool if it was starting to be a trend (doubt it though)...
 Quoting: Captain Spaulding 32398889


WTF?
And I wasn't talking about "the shuttle". It only means that I was recently within 500 miles you knumbskull.
 Quoting: LORIEN


Yeah. I'm just defending a lot of really great and hardworking people I'm friends with there. I know if you spent time on the west side where I was you'd probably think it's like any other city. Good places and bad places. Good people and bad people. That's all.

Have a great weekend. I tend to get spun when people paint with too wide of a brush sometimes. Hit the 3rd st promenade in santa Monica some night. It's a blast. And safe. I used to bring my dogs there all the time.
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So happy for this dog story!!!! Thank you Ralph :)

My dog was abandoned by the roadside at four months old, had been mistreated so badly I can hardly stand to think about it.

But he's happy and healthy with me today - YAY!



:Tashi3:
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What a majestic boy you have there! What's his name? Bless you for rescuing him. You can see the love and contentment in his eyes.
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So happy for this dog story!!!! Thank you Ralph :)

But so awful that the owner didn't want him back.

My dog was abandoned by the roadside at four months old, had been mistreated so badly I can hardly stand to think about it.

But he's happy and healthy with me today - YAY!

Tashi3
 Quoting: Sloane



Your dog is gorgeous! and so lucky to be with someone who cares as much as you do.
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Your dog is gorgeous! and so lucky to be with someone who cares as much as you do.
 Quoting: Ralph--a house dog



So funny - his name is Tashi which means lucky in Tibetan - but truly I am the lucky one. hf
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Really nice story if it is true. Glad to hear positive stories about cops instead of the same old "cop shot the family dog when entering the wrong house" story.

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