SO very SICK of people who just "look" for an opportunity to take advantage of someone else.............that is exactly what is happening here. If the "parents" had the kid under observation, and were responsible, this would not have happened in the first place! Why would you let your child out of your sight...seriously?
It seems to me the parents should be charged as they were obviously not supervising their child.
Right on! A lot of parents now a days don't even know what the word means!
These parents are teaching their child that nothing is his/her fault - not a good lesson. If I had tripped over a dog and gotten injured, my parents would have checked to ensure the dog was OK, then told me to watch where I was going next time.
You are right! These people have no idea what and how to teach their child what is right!
What is it with Orange County anyway??? Every time we turn around they do another stupid thoughtless thing like this. These people need better training or they need to be thrown out!!
It's gotten too easy to declare a dog dangerous.
I agree. In NYSE, where I live, some homeowners insurance companies won't even insure you if own a certain breed.
So true! It will take all of us to change this. We are not going away!
I am sick of humans who have no idea about animals trying to find ways to kill them. Ignorant people !!!!!
I agree Carmen! Thanks for all your support!
I agree Carmen!
How about child neglect...where the hell were these parents?? Einstein did nothing wrong. The label needs to go. Good luck Einstein!
Amen! If the parents had been doing their job of parenting and keeping an eye on their child the situation whould never have happened!!
I suggest you add background info. I had to search for it before I would sign the petition.
A reasonable, responsible parent would not take a child to a center where dog's are in the midst of training and allow that child to roam about without supervision, which is obviously what occurred here. Perhaps Einstein's parents should be suing the child's family for emotional distress. I commend Einstein for the restraint he showed by walking away once he was untangled, rather than attacking the child who caused the commotion in the first place. Seriously, what is with people these days?...
A reasonable, responsible parent would not take a child to a center where dog's are in the midst of training and allow that child to roam about without supervision, which is obviously what occurred here. Perhaps Einstein's parents should be suing the child's family for emotional distress. I commend Einstein for the restraint he showed by walking away once he was untangled, rather than attacking the child who caused the commotion in the first place. Seriously, what is with people these days? Not only are they unwilling to take responsibility for their own actions they are also unwilling to take responsibility for their child's actions - so what are they teaching their children? They are teaching them that they can behave badly and get away with it. (((Hugs))) Einstein!
Right on Donna! You're so right!
I am so done with humans, if it weren't for dogs we would have starved a long time ago with their better know how of hunting and teaching it to their pups. Einstein deserves that medal Donna says about and the people who brought that child need to get their head out of their ass and own up and apologize for that, or may their world crash if Einstein loses this battle over what their child did over their poor supervisions.
The child should be labeled as "dangerous" and the parents as "stupid and greedy".
This is crazy, this dog did NOTHING wrong..Where were the parents of this child ? Charge the parents for child neglect not the dog..Another way to try to make an easy dollar, mean while the dog and its family have to be put through this crap...
I agree! Charge the parents for child neglect!
Another crazy case. Blame the dog because he can not speak out. The parents are at fault because the child was not supervised. I think someone just wants to make a buck. What is wrong with people?
I have to agree with you Sue! As long as we keep our voices heard, things will change!