Thursday, November 6, 2008

What Really Happened



Riley here. The truth is that Stacker sticks his nose where it does not belong. Peanut and I were having a fun time when "Big Brother" jumped in and tried to put a stop to it.





What Stacker didn't tell you is that he likes to put his teeth on others..... hence the muzzle he was wearing. Although I have not been around long enough to witness it myself, Katie told me that Stacker is the only greyhound in the family (with one exception) to leave teeth marks on other family members.


Katie said that a couple of years ago, she was resting in the living room next to Stacker. Mom was dealing with some babysitter dogs that had gotten into a squabble in the backyard. Stacker heard the commotion and being the tough guy he thinks he is, grabbed her by the back of the neck leaving punctures.


I believe that Julie has also suffered the mark of Stacker, but she and Stacker have a strange relationship, so she is not sharing the details. It is sad when someone cannot break away from an abusive relationship.


Another time, Stacker tried to take a shot at Travis, but Travis taught him a lesson and ripped him a new one. Travis was always a gentleman with the other greyhounds, but stood up to the bully when duty called. Stacker quickly cried "Uncle" and now bears a few scars on his face from the incident.


If Stacker had just been smart enough to keep quiet and accept Peanut's apology, I wouldn't have to drag his name through the mud. I think history shows that Stacker is actually the greyhound with an aggression problem. The truth is.... Stacker was trying to attack me and I have my cousin, Peanut, to thank for running him over. Thanks Peanut!

8 comments:

Denise- LessIsMore17 said...

And the truth shall set you free!

Thank you for sticking up for Ms. Peanut, she told me again last night that she was sorry and that the muzzle had blinded her - when she first looked the coast was clear and then Stacker deliberately got in her way.

I had no idea that Stacker had suck a "history", if I had known prior to the incident I wouldn't have let Peanut lose with that monster! :-o

Zan said...

Oh no...a family feud...LOL!!!

Sientay L said...

This sure doesn't paint a pretty picture for Stacker. He's not going to have many friends to play with now that everyone knows how much of a trouble maker he is.

Addie said...

I'm thoroughly enjoying this saga...Just when I think Stacker has been terribly wronged (and has the gimpy toe to prove it), more evidence suggests he may not be so innocent after all. I had no idea greyhounds could be so eloquent in pleading their cases, either, so it's another eye-opener!

Addie

Stephen said...

I think he may have a personality disorder! I'll have to sit him down and have him explain what he thinks is "right" vs what he thinks is "wrong". He's unpredictable. I see he's even been posting his own comments.

Anna said...

Let me introduce myself. I'm Fire, cousin to Stacker and he and I used to play. We would race from one end of the fence to the other. I would just happen to get there first.

I couldn't help it, if I was a little faster than this field champion hound, blah, blah, blah.

He got mad. He started getting an attitude with me so his dad, my uncle, had to go get his muzzle. Yep, Stacker had to have a muzzle put on so he wouldn't snap at me anymore. He just can't handle competition or is it being beat by a girl. Oh, yeah, Julie came in second, in case anyone was wondering.

BrittBeah said...

Oh my, this is the best doggy soap opera ever.

greytblackdog said...

so i guess this really isn't the bradey bunch of greyhounds after all :). LOL