Blame the owners, , not the dogs…
again this week there has been a story in the news about a dog mauling a baby to death.
It makes me so sad to read these stories about these innocent lives which could easily be saved.
But make no mistake, the responsibility has to be with the dog owner.
If dogs are brought up properly from being a puppy, then I think these horrific incidents could be avoided.
A puppy will only ever know what the owner teaches it – and if you teach it to be gentle, then it will be.
I have a Staffordshire Bull Terrier and he wouldn’t hurt a fly. He is really soft and I love him to bits.
It makes me angry when people criticise Staffies and it is always the dogs that get the blame.
I love all animals, especially dogs, and I think it’s cruel that they are slagged off for being vicious when they have been made to be like that.
X Factor fans. If young fans see two managers behaving like that, then what kind of example is that setting to them?
Football is a massive thing in young people’s lives and these two men are responsible for those two huge clubs.
I reckon they will also lose some clout with their own players – because why would you listen to someone who has acted like that?
What happened was not good sportsmanship – and I think the two of them should be banned from the touchline. OVER the past few weeks I have been so busy launching my new Harddrive cam site that I feel as though I have been neglecting my website a bit.
So I have decided to say sorry by holding a prize draw on October 31.
I will put the names of everyone in my members’ area into the draw and I will film myself doing the live draw.
Fourth prize will be a signed pic of me, third prize will be a pair of used panties, second prize will be a 10-minute phone call and the winner will get a dinner date with me!
If you want to be in with a chance, just make sure you sign up to my website before the end of the month at www.linseydawnmckenzie.co.uk
BRAVE actress Lynda Bellingham has come out and spoken openly about her battle with terminal cancer.
Speaking out about it, knowing she is going to die, is a really brave thing to do.
Her story really strikes a chord with me, because I went through the same thing with my mum and I know how devastated her kids must be feeling.
She says she wants to make sure this Christmas is amazing because she knows it will be her last.
And I think it WILL be amazing. That is the same position we were in last year with my mum and it really was a fantastic Christmas.
It was my mum’s favourite time of year and we really wanted to create special memories. It was a tough time – sad but also nice.
This Christmas is going to be a real struggle for us because it will be our first Christmas without her, but I know we will get through it by remembering the good times.
And Lynda and her family will get through it too in the same way. THE spat between rival football managers Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho on Sunday really made me cringe.
They ended up pushing and shoving each other in the middle of the London derby between their clubs Arsenal and Chelsea.
It was totally ridiculous – after all, they are two grown men!
I found myself really cringing to watch, because they were going off at each other and behaving like a couple of kids.
At the end of the day, they should be setting an example to players and