I told the Heating and A/C tech the dog was loose.

My dog had gotten out of the house, and I knew I had to have him tethered or in the home before the Heating and A/C professional arrived.The dog had been strolling since early day, and I couldn’t find him.

The first clue I had about his whereabouts was when I got a call from two streets over.

My dog was trying to get into the house, because his dog was in heat. I drove over and almost got bit trying to get Georgie off that porch, georgie wanted no part of being in the house, even though I knew that was where he was safest. When the Heating and A/C professional arrived, I told the Heating and A/C Georgie was trying to get loose, then he chuckled when I told him the reason, and said he had the same problem with his dog. He would stay in the backyard, and hope he didn’t come near. All I could feel was that Georgie had snuck out when the Heating and A/C professional went out, and five minutes later, I heard the Heating and A/C professional screaming. Georgie had bit into the Heating and A/C techs leg, and he wouldn’t let loose. I took a bag of water out, and threw it on Georgie. He left loose, even though I could see the blood coming off the tech’s leg. His pants were ripped, and I knew it was a serious bite. I called an ambulance and then I called the Heating and A/C business. My darling Georgie had to be put away until they did some tests and knew he wasn’t a vicious dog. I’m lucky he wasn’t put down.

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