Former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville described a dog attack.
Glanville took to TikTok to describe an encounter she had with her neighbor’s dog.
“PPE for those living in the Calabasas area.. keep your dog on a FN leash!!! #AnotherDay #AnotherDrama #BrandiChronicles #dogs #rhobh #bigbrother,” she captioned the video.
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The TikTok was littered with swear words as Glanville explained what happened.
“Fucking PSA for the Calabasas area,” she says on TikTok. “My chihuahua is 12 years old and he’s not damn friendly and he’s always on a leash and when your big damn labradoodles aren’t on a leash and they run over and try to attack us and you get mad at me for fucking that said put your damn dogs on a damn leash. Sorry, um no b****. I’m so upset Like oh, ‘they are so kind’. everything it takes once. And it just happened. And I held my dog over my head and I swear to you… I’m not sorry, first of all. Keep your damn dogs on the damn leashes, you stupid bitch. It was really nice to meet a neighbor.”
This isn’t the first time Glanville’s dog has been in danger. In February, she shared a photo of the dog with an eye injury after getting into a fight with a “wolf.”
“My gangster pup started a fight with a wolf that he couldn’t finish! Thank god he’s fine!!!” She wrote.
Followers went to their comments section to react to the story.
“Yeppppp. There are leash requirements for a reason,” someone said. Glanville replied, “Exactly! Makes me mad.”
Another fan wrote: “I understand to a certain extent. some neighbors are irrational about it. but good job protecting your baby,” to which Glanville replied, “Always. He sucks a bit, but he’s mine and I love him.”
“Yeah, read it, girl,” someone said.
“Labradoodles can be viscous! I also had an attempt to attack my dog,” wrote another fan.
Someone said: “PPE everywhere!!! I’m in Australia and I face this problem on a daily basis. We go for a 5am walk to avoid it and still occasionally get big dogs running all over us.”
“Don’t excuse that!!! Luckily you were able to grab and hold your dog! My dog is 100,” said another fan.
“I thought it was just me having this problem with my neighbors,” one wrote.
“You’re right about that one Brandi, people don’t realize how risky it is to go off the leash if your dog doesn’t have recall training,” one fan pointed out.
Another wrote: “AND people looking angry when you say no you can’t pet my dog. Like you’re a bad person.”
Some people didn’t like Glanville’s approach and let her know.
“On behalf of the people of Calabasas – you can still speak respectfully to the people,” one fan wrote.
Another agreed, saying: “Yeah omg she was so mean!!!”
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