Should have kicked the owner...RRSODL said:Well, the dog came out from behind some bushes and saw me but still walked straight at me.
The good thing is that the dog seemed to be ok but the owner did not look too happy with me....
Well, strictly speaking, perhaps not usually 'silly'. 'Silly', to me, implies knowing better. However bright a dog is, it has the intelligence of a smallish child. It takes them time to learn a thing, and they don't employ reason to learn like adults do. An adult running out in front of a bike is silly - a small child doing it would be down to inexperience and lack of hazard perception...Blonde said:Dogs are unpredicable, (and silly) like any animal
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