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Old 15.06.2017, 23:00
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So the other dog found a free cookie on the floor, your dog wanted to steal it from him and got a scratch while trying so, and people think you should report him or even go to the police....

How pathetic tbh.

Dogs do these things in these situations, and by having several dogs loose in there and only giving one cookie each while one eats his cookie while another leaves his on the flor you (or you all) created this situation. Instead of playing the blame game you'd better learn some more about dogs, and you refer to him as your kid, it will feel like such as for the love you have for your dog but remember: They are not kids, they are dogs. Next time in the same situation the same thing will happen again.

And as for going to the vet for this, for such a small wound? You just clean the wound, and keep an eye on it and if it turns infected than you go to a doctor, exactly what you would do with the same scratch on your body. But feel free to go to a doctor, who will clean it again just like you did, and tell you to keep an eye on it like i tell you and come back if it get's infected. And don't forget to pay the doctor for no reason at all.

And i don't know your employer, but if you would report this to the police with al the problems it would give on the working floor just for no other reason then having him lose his dog because you think it is unregistered and you hold a grudge towards him for a longer time and disabuse this situation to get unto him would be your problem. Choose your battles wisely.
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Hello Everyone, I'm just trying to understand what i can do about what happen to my dog today.

My office is dog friendly and we usually have 3 dogs running around. My dog had a treat and left it on the floor for couple of seconds before another one came to steal it from him... Guess what happened next? My dog try to take his treat back but the other one bite his ear... Poor thing, lost some skin, have a whole (not complete) and bled a lot... I cleansed the wound and make sure his fine.

He's my first dog. I love him like my baby.

What would you do ? Call the Veterinäramt ? And I think the dog is not even registered here...

Advice would be great !
if the other dog did not return the treat, you could start a Betreibung against the dog. that will teach him!
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Old 15.06.2017, 23:27
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because I know that as master as dog, both are greedy and the dog moved here but never was registered as far as I remember... using our red bags but not paying tax for it.
ROFLMAO. You actually think your dog-tax pays for the red bags, the maintenance, emptying and cleaning of the robidogs (which are in the middle of no where as well)?
Guess who pays for all this really

As to all the rest, this sounds like a catfight to me. Happy you found a reason to get at her?
If I were your boss it would be clear: All dogs out - and cut the crap, ladies.

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Old 15.06.2017, 23:29
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curley, I think you flubbed that quote. roegner isn't the one claiming the dog isn't registered.
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curley, I think you flubbed that quote. roegner isn't the one claiming the dog isn't registered.
Yup, I sure did
Thanks, I corrected it.
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t it is trully frustrating and painful to see your little boy get attacked like that.
and herein lies the problem- as he is not your baby, nor is he a little boy- he is a dog, and always will be- and so is the other dog.
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Old 15.06.2017, 23:53
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ROFLMAO. You actually think your dog-tax pays for the red bags, the maintenance, emptying and cleaning of the robidogs
I didn't even know there was a dog tax. How much is it?

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if the other dog did not return the treat, you could start a Betreibung against the dog. that will teach him!
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Old 15.06.2017, 23:59
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I didn't even know there was a dog tax. How much is it?
Peanuts.
For you Fr. 160.00 a year ..... but you could always move to Bettingen
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In Romandie, I think 70 CHF is the lowest, and 195 the highest. Not sure if there is lower and higher anywhere. In some Gemeinde/Communes the tax increases with the number of dogs to discourage multiple ownership.
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In Schwyz the dog tax is depending of the weight per kg.

(or so I heard...)
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Old 16.06.2017, 00:15
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Peanuts.
For you Fr. 160.00 a year ..... but you could always move to Bettingen
Bloody hell. I could buy a decent bottle of champagne for that.

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In Schwyz the dog tax is depending of the weight per kg.

(or so I heard...)
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In Schwyz the dog tax is depending of the weight per kg.

(or so I heard...)
*cough* ... the what per what? I'll let you off with the "of", but even in German you don't use a construction like "masse pro kg".

If a thing has a mass, then that is expressed in kg...
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*cough* ... the what per what? I'll let you off with the "of", but even in German you don't use a construction like "masse pro kg".

If a thing has a mass, then that is expressed in kg...
It's something typical Swiss, if your dog is 900grams per kilo it's cheaper compared to a dog that is 980grams per kilo
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*cough* ... the what per what? I'll let you off with the "of", but even in German you don't use a construction like "masse pro kg".

If a thing has a mass, then that is expressed in kg...
Wearing your teacher's hat again?
"Gewicht in Kilo" is a perfectly normal term in German. (After all it could also be "Gewicht in Pfund" etc. etc. and that matters!)
The trick is to use the dictionary correctly
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Wearing your teacher's hat again?
"Gewicht in Kilo" is a perfectly normal term in German. (After all it could also be "Gewicht in Pfund" etc. etc. and that matters!)
The trick is to use the dictionary correctly
He didn't write weight IN kilos, he wrote weight PER kilo.
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In Schwyz the dog tax is depending of the weight per kg.

(or so I heard...)
Given that I get bills of seemingly random amounts, anything is possible.

But officially:

CHF 40 for working dogs, CHF 100 for pet dogs.

If one has more than one dog in the household, the additional dogs are taxed at CHF 100 more than the basis tax.

So with three dogs (who are not in gainful employment ) I pay something like CHF 500 per year.


But back to the linguistic debate...
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Thanks for reminding any (potential) employers about just how bad of an idea dogs at work are.

I would allow hamsters. And turtles.
But dogs??
Everyday for lunch, bit monotonous surely ?
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*cough* ... the what per what? I'll let you off with the "of", but even in German you don't use a construction like "masse pro kg".

If a thing has a mass, then that is expressed in kg...
Indeed. But if a thing has 'weight', what is that expressed in? Is this telling us something very profound about Schwyz...?
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Given that I get bills of seemingly random amounts, anything is possible.

But officially:

CHF 40 for working dogs, CHF 100 for pet dogs.

If one has more than one dog in the household, the additional dogs are taxed at CHF 100 more than the basis tax.

So with three dogs (who are not in gainful employment ) I pay something like CHF 500 per year.


But back to the linguistic debate...
Gosh, I pay 200.- per dog where I live! 100.- for the cantonal tax, and 100.- for the communal one!
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On average a dog uses 500 "red bags" as you call it a year = Fr. 7.40 to Fr. 10.50/year, depending on product and order volumes chosen.
The costs for maintenance depend on where the robidog is situated (as I said, some in the middle of nowhere).

Is there a dog tax in England?


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Gives me the creeps when I hear them call their dogs "come to daddy" or "mummy will be right back".
On the other hand most dogs can probably stomach their owners craziness better than a child could, so let's be glad they have dogs.
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