OWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!! I can hear her screaming now!!!Ahahahahah
It Was Her Fault
I feel bad for her but it was her fault, she should have never put her face near a dog she does not know, even a 3-year old knows that. The dog had just spent close to an hour in freezing water and was traumatized and is surrounded by lights, cameras, firetrucks and people he does not know. The dog even gave her warnings but she continued and this is what she got.
Please give her a break already!!!!
Yes the dog was friendly, albeit stressed. Yes the environment was stressful to any animal. Kyle is known for her work with animals and she is very passionate about them, there is no question about that. THIS WAS AN UNFORTUNATE EVENT. I too saw the broadcast and can say that not everyone would have seen the "warning signs" that you bring up. We are not all "Dog Whisperers". The dog is probably a very good boy and Kyle is very good reporter. So lets just stop pointing fingers and wish the pup and Kyle the best shall we?
Placing Blame isn't in a Human's responsibilities!!
I agree w "please give her a break already!!!!!" It is not your place to judge another human, but to have compassion for her in her time of distress. Kyle has small children, do you honestly think she would have wanted this to happen?? Definitely back off the blame game and maybe walk a mile or two or more in her shoes..THEN, & only then you can see the whole picture! Blaming is for small children, not adults!