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Have you ever ran over a dog?

Posted on 2/3/24 at 10:47 pm
Posted by dexy82
Madison, WI
Member since Sep 2004
1818 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 10:47 pm
Back in the 70s/80s I swear my dad must have killed about 5 dogs that I remember.

Dogs must have gravitated towards being under his moving vehicles. Anyway I can say I never have.

Mind you growing up in Louisiana back then there were strays all over
This post was edited on 2/3/24 at 10:48 pm
Posted by mattz1122
Member since Oct 2007
52718 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 10:48 pm to
Nah, just an armadillo. Sounded like I hit an elaborate lego set.
Posted by SouthBendBob
Rockland County, NY
Member since Mar 2013
847 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 10:49 pm to
Only the pits that try to fight my car.
Posted by Tomcat
1825 Tulane
Member since Nov 2004
498 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 10:50 pm to
Have you ever RUN over a dog is the question.
Posted by dkreller
Laffy
Member since Jan 2009
30243 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 10:51 pm to
No dog but I got the neighbor’s rabbit.
Posted by ScubaTiger
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Member since Dec 2003
4099 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 10:52 pm to
No, but I have accidentally run over a dog.
Posted by Zappas Stache
Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Member since Apr 2009
38616 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 10:53 pm to
Why is grammar so bad on this site?
Posted by NotoriousFSU
Atlanta, GA
Member since Oct 2008
10153 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 10:54 pm to
quote:

Dogs must have gravitated towards being under his moving vehicles.


That’s not gravity. That’s Jack Daniel’s.
Posted by Cycledude
Member since Jul 2018
1698 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 10:56 pm to
No, but backed over a cat on two occasions (not the same cat). My cats too so I wasn’t happy. It’s never fun to run over someone’s pet.
Posted by Tigermite
Member since Nov 2004
903 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 10:58 pm to
Never hit a dog, but after 25 years of driving i finally hit a deer last month. I wish i coulda brought that sumbitch back to life just so i could kill him again. Stupid a-hole
Posted by WPBTiger
Parts Unknown
Member since Nov 2011
30810 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 10:59 pm to
A coyote and a cat, not at the same time.
Posted by Ancient Astronaut
Member since May 2015
32830 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 11:00 pm to
quote:

Have you ever ran over a decy82?


I wish!
Posted by ItzMe1972
Member since Dec 2013
9748 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 11:02 pm to
Yes.

Two dogs.
Posted by ScubaTiger
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Member since Dec 2003
4099 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 11:03 pm to
Grammer is no longer emphasized in Louisiana schools.
Posted by dexy82
Madison, WI
Member since Sep 2004
1818 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 11:04 pm to
I can think of two occasions he ran over our dogs
One I saw happen in real time. Ughh

The other time I came home from school and he said the garage door fell down on him. At the time I was like “oh no!!”

Later I realized that he had run him over and concocted some silly story about how he died
Posted by MoarKilometers
Member since Apr 2015
17832 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 11:07 pm to
2 times a former club coach of mine died swerving to miss a dog. He was an on duty cop responding to call, in the rain... happened like 10 days before his wedding. Lost control and found a tree. At 18 I made a deliberate choice to never swerve for an animal that isn't likely to severely injure me because of that. I'll brake as hard and safely as possible, but that's all I got.
Posted by La Place Mike
West Florida Republic
Member since Jan 2004
28773 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 11:07 pm to
Yes, a big arse black dog about 10 or so miles south of Bunkie on a dark and stormy night.
Posted by dexy82
Madison, WI
Member since Sep 2004
1818 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 11:08 pm to
quote:

Grammer is no longer emphasized in Louisiana schools.


It’s Grammar you frickin’ hick
Posted by La Place Mike
West Florida Republic
Member since Jan 2004
28773 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 11:11 pm to
quote:

a former club coach of mine died swerving to miss a dog.


My dad started teaching me to drive when I was 10 years old. One of the first things he taught me was to never ever swerve to keep from hitting an animal. It's either the animal's life or yours. You choose you.
Posted by Earthquake 88
Mobile
Member since Jan 2010
3004 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 11:12 pm to
We were having a crawfish boil at the house and my son asked could I move the vehicles so he and his buddies could shoot some hoops. I jumped in my vehicle, started it, and backed over our 14 year old half blind and deaf dog. I flattened our 4 pound dog like a pancake. No one knew the dog had gotten out of the house. It was awful. I still feel bad about it to this day despite the fact I know it was an accident. Can’t say I’ve ever hit a dog driving down the road though.
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