posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 06:11 PM
reply to post by PsykoOps
Once again, even if the dog was in a car, he failed to consider it jumping out and left the windows too far down, his fault again.
I keep my dog leashed to a headrest to make sure it doesn't jump out of the car while I'm busy with stuff and not watching.
I go out on "Trouble Making Missions" occasionally, as in carrying a camera around to get some footage of randomness, and considered many times
taking my dog along.
Just in case something like this would occur I left the dog at home, for the good of the dog.
It's the same as having a kid along, many of the considerations are identical.
It's one thing to enjoy your liberties, and completely another to be stupid about it.
If you are aware enough of your surroundings and consider what they may potentially present, you can avoid a lot of issues
Consider the remote possibility (yeah remote LOL) that someone may not respect your rights, they might not grant you your right of way, they might not
Take everything into consideration.