Woman Writes An Ode To The Small Dog At The Park Who Attacked Her Bigger Dog

“Manners, maketh the man,” an apt choice of words and, quite possibly, sagely wisdom from up on high. No matter your station, field, rank or some other claptrap, these four literary units pack a great deal of punch in their brief statement.

It is a signal, dare I say, a clarion call, by which we should all conduct ourselves. That same battle cry, should, in all ways, seep into every other corner of our existence. We are but bearers of this truth. And a such, our obligation is to pass it on down.

To link our lineage to these axiom. Our children, our offsprings, our brothers our family… And, even our pets.

It is a sad fact of our reality, that often times, we judge a book by its cover. That same instinctual bigotry interjects into the doggie world. Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, and Dobermans are constantly, despite evidence to the contrary, sidelined because of their frightful appearance.

Poodles, Chihuahuas, Yorkshire Terrier and others, are embraced on account of their diminutive stature and whimsical attitudes. Big equals mean; small equals docile.

Go to the next page to see the beautiful letter penned by a lady whose big dog was attacked by a small dog. This is something you guys can very much agree with.


  1. Amen! This happens so often at the park and on walks. People think it is ‘adorable’ or funny, and it isn’t. An out of control animal is a hazard to other animals and their human companions. This should be required reading for all small dog owners.


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