I have just seen the entry from 'Alison P' and her fanatsy account of matters! I was there at the time, sitting at the bar, and her account is not only false but down right deflamatory. Ms 'Alison P' came from the upstairs seating area with her dog and into the main bar. Pip ( the dangerous dog ) was ASLEEP on the floor. Ms 'Alison P's' dog saw Pip and launched itself at Pip and bit her on her face!! Unsurprisingly Pip didn't take to kindly to this and reacted. The pubs landlord took Pip behind the bar and the event was over. As to 'Ms Alison P's' account of two strong men wrestling with Pip to pull her off her 'baby'... well, need I say more. If, 'Ms alison P' you can't control YOUR dog then dont blame Pip. I have seen babies, children and adults alike poke and pull Pip around and she never reacts badly. She is a lovely dog BUT, if you let YOUR dog attack her then she will react... so, don't go laying blame when your dog was at fault!!!
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