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    Quote Originally Posted by littlelady View Post
    Ok. I don't get that, but that is your biz. I will mind my biz, now.
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    LOL...ok..ask away. Would you rather I leave her in a hot car with no a/c?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homesick View Post
    LOL...ok..ask away. Would you rather I leave her in a hot car with no a/c?
    Ok. I don't get that you would leave your car running while running in the store. That is like asking for it. If you are just jaunting out for a quick something, why not leave pup at home? Is where you live so safe that you don't have to worry about leaving a running car? If so, good for you. Or, maybe, you have a recent car that you can start from your fob, but keeps it locked. I don't know. Just going by what you posted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by littlelady View Post
    Ok. I don't get that you would leave your car running while running in the store. That is like asking for it. If you are just jaunting out for a quick something, why not leave pup at home? Is where you live so safe that you don't have to worry about leaving a running car? If so, good for you. Or, maybe, you have a recent car that you can start from your fob, but keeps it locked. I don't know. Just going by what you posted.
    Safer than most places, yes. Usually in for a quick grab and back out...not a shopping spree. Can never leave her alone, she doesn't like it.

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    Because the dogs in most cases need to be contained in the police car unless there handler is with them. ( The dogs maybe violent if let out unattended. It's safer for the dog and the public staying in the car alone. That's why the side windows have bars and the dog is usually harenessed in the seat.
    The AC and the heat is left on if needed.
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    I just reported you. You are one scary individual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by black dog View Post
    Because the dogs in most cases need to be contained in the police car unless there handler is with them. ( The dogs maybe violent if let out unattended. It's safer for the dog and the public staying in the car alone. That's why the side windows have bars and the dog is usually harenessed in the seat.
    The AC and the heat is left on if needed.
    Makes sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homesick View Post
    Safer than most places, yes. Usually in for a quick grab and back out...not a shopping spree. Can never leave her alone, she doesn't like it.
    I am with you on the pup not wanting to be alone. Since, hub works from home, one of us is always home, and we know, for a fact that Daisy cries and barks when left alone, so we alternate. I am glad you live somewhere (I think it is GA, right?) that you feel safe. I have to say that we have spoiled Daisy rotten; she got the overflow after losing our beloved dogs and cats within a two year span. It's all good. But, still very sad for Drago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by black dog View Post
    Because the dogs in most cases need to be contained in the police car unless there handler is with them. ( The dogs maybe violent if let out unattended. It's safer for the dog and the public staying in the car alone. That's why the side windows have bars and the dog is usually harenessed in the seat.
    The AC and the heat is left on if needed.
    It is funny that you would mention the dogs needing to be contained. Dot was out with grand dot and Daisy's bro, Toby, on a walk not too long ago, and apparently walked by a cop's house whose K-9 had some how gotten loose, and ran up to them in attack mode. The cop came running out of his house in a panic to get the dog, and asked Dot not to report that the dog was loose. She didn't report it, but it scared the shiat out of her. She doesn't walk down that street, anymore.

    Edit: I respect LEO, but I have, also, seen the other side of them. Just sayin'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by littlelady View Post
    I am with you on the pup not wanting to be alone. Since, hub works from home, one of us is always home, and we know, for a fact that Daisy cries and barks when left alone, so we alternate. I am glad you live somewhere (I think it is GA, right?) that you feel safe. I have to say that we have spoiled Daisy rotten; she got the overflow after losing our beloved dogs and cats within a two year span. It's all good. But, still very sad for Drago.
    Glad you understand. Dixie is spoiled sweet, she hasn't known a day without me in her sight..except when she went in for a teeth cleaning. When she awoke and I wasn't there she cried/barked so much she lost it for a couple days after.

    Plus, sure the neighbors would not enjoy listening to a dog crying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homesick View Post
    Glad you understand. Dixie is spoiled sweet, she hasn't known a day without me in her sight..except when she went in for a teeth cleaning. When she awoke and I wasn't there she cried/barked so much she lost it for a couple days after.

    Plus, sure the neighbors would not enjoy listening to a dog crying.
    Nice to correspond with you again, Home. You have been MIA for a while. We are on the same page. I just feel so bad for Drago; and like you said and others, the cop is probably inconsolable, but he didn't know there would be mechanical failure. Maybe, there will be changes in procedure because of this incident. RIP, Drago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by littlelady View Post
    Nice to correspond with you again, Home. You have been MIA for a while. We are on the same page. I just feel so bad for Drago; and like you said and others, the cop is probably inconsolable, but he didn't know there would be mechanical failure. Maybe, there will be changes in procedure because of this incident. RIP, Drago.
    Nice chatting with you, too. And, I agree and hope so.

    Off to sleepville I go. You take care. Night.

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