Please do not allow your children to yell at my dog.
The whole neighborhood would be filled with their ear-splitting shrieks but alas, my dog wasn't even looking in their direction!
Don't you think your children are being silly screaming and yelling like that?
They did attend school, right? Then why are they behaving like some some primitive caveman?
I really hope that you could teach your children some basic manners just like how I had taught my dog but... I don't think you did a good job. Sometimes, I can't help but to think that my dog is better behaved than your children!
Did you know that your children are being a nuisance with all that racket they're making? You might think your ah boy is being cute by barking at my dog but will you feel the same way too if it's my dog barking at your ah boy?
Don't get offended if I call your children "Good Doggy" the next time they bark at my dog because only dogs bark, understand?
You see, this is for the good of your children.
My dog has his pride and ego too (he firmly belives that he is a little man dressed in a fur coat)
If your children taunt him too much, he may just snap and teach them a lesson for being rude.
My dog is after all, a dog and I have no absolute control over his emotions.
I could try but I may not succeed in pulling him away from rearranging your children's face into a Picasso masterpiece with the nose above the brows and the eyes behind the ears.
You can put your mind at ease because my dog is no ferocious Rottweiler.
As he is only a small terrier, your children may just probably escape with broken lips or a torn ear.
A few stitches at the A&E will usually do the trick.
When that happens, please don't blame us.
Blame yourself for not taking your
beast child in hand.