I was, a couple of days ago, and it wasn't from my dog. Fortunately I didn't have her with me at the time or a bloodbath might have ensued. So here's the scenario: I'm walking to the shop and hear a wierd noise like someone slapping a strap, otherwise, the village is quiet. I cross the road to shorten my journey and as I pass a house with a high hedge, the gate opens to free 3 large dogs, all on leashes struggling to get through the gap at the same time. The imbecile who thinks he'll be able to control these 3 large dogs is shouting at them as I walk past, and the one nearest me gets spooked by my presence and grabs a bite of my leg towarn me off. I notice my jeans have a 2" gash in them and complain about it to the guy who apologises, but he's got his work cut out trying to control the dogs, so I decide to continue my journey. Then when I get home, I find that the dog has drawn blood. Two mnor incisions in my leg. I look on the interweb to find out what the consequesnces of a dog bite might be and I learn that the most significant risk at the moment is in the spread of MRSA. So I call the surgery, because I'm due to have my operation next week and think I ought to do the decent thing because I was cleared of MRSA in the pre-op visit. The doctor says i just need an update on a tetanus jab, and that's it. Ok, for me it's not much of a problem other than a limp as I climb the stairs, but I'm haunted by the thought that if the event occured ten minutes later when they chucked kids out of primary school, it probably wouldn't have been my leg that got bit, but a kid's face. Or, as I said earlier, if I had my dog with me at the time, it would have been a blood bath. So what do I do about it? Make a complaint to the police that might result in a dog getting destroyed and the owner fined and get help? You've probably gathered, I'm ok with dogs. Why can't it be the other way round? Destroy the **** owners and rehabilitate the dogs?