My dog and I just bashed heads

my dog Saber - saber
@sameroad (3180)
United States
August 12, 2008 1:35pm CST
Has your dog ever hurt you by accident? have you ever bashed heads? I was playing with my dog a few minutes ago and we bashed heads. I was getting one of his toys (i think hes football) and he was running at me and jumping around like a rino ( i say that because i think he looks like one when he does it ) but then i don't know what happened really but he bashed my head real good. it hurt like a mother f--ker! I couldn't really move for a second. All i could do was stand there and hold my head and all that kept running through my mind was the "F" word and if Saber (my dog) was OKAY and he Is He didn't even act like he knew he had hit something and i checked his head and no bumps either but i have one! a big one right above my left eye. It is sore and i feel like i have a light headache around that area but accidents happened and he did kiss it better. Hes sweet like that but it still hurts! lol
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@nonew3 (1941)
• United States
13 Aug 08
I know it hurt really bad, but still the story made me laugh. It is kind of humorous in a way. Poor doggie, I know he didn't mean to do that. I'm glad he kissed it better. lol Does it feel any bit better now, by the way?
@sameroad (3180)
• United States
14 Aug 08
IT feels a lot better today and the bump has gone down a little . thanks for asking and it is kind of funny but the pain wasn't! lol
@tlb0822 (1414)
• United States
13 Aug 08
Yeah the one day i was playing fetch with my dogs. Well thor had a long rope, well his ear must have been itchy and he hit my knee with his head. I swear he has a really hard head. I had a big bruise on my knee for like a week. Then another time he accidently hit me in the face with the rope when he was whipping it around. It hurt like hell. But he didn't know any better. Hopefully your head feels better.
@sameroad (3180)
• United States
14 Aug 08
Ouch! i know that had to hurt. I remember getting a bruise on my leg from my dog running into me when i was kicking and it was sore for a week too. and thank you, my head is feel better today.
@santuccie (3377)
• United States
13 Aug 08
I play fight with my dog...kind of. I poke at her and grab her feet, and she bites my hand and arm. The fight is is usually officially on when I get on all fours and stalk her; she sneers and grabs my hand. Once I was stalking her like this, when she "swiped" at me with one of her paws (dogs don't swipe like cats do). She caught me right under my right eye. I now have a little scar there; fortunately my glasses cover it. :P
@sameroad (3180)
• United States
14 Aug 08
I do that to my dog. I poke him and pinch his booty lol its fun getting them. and ouch, that must of hurt! i am thankfully he didn't bust my head open because thats what it felt like at first.
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13 Aug 08
Hi sameroad, Ha ha ha ha, I'm sorry I just couln't help laughing, it just tickled me and your dog was ok, he must have thought "the silly old fool" and I love Saber by the way, he looked so cute. Tamara
@sameroad (3180)
• United States
14 Aug 08
lol, he probably did! and thanks
@toosh21 (800)
• Australia
12 Aug 08
Oh this has happened to me and my children numerous times with our dogs (we have 5 and have a litter of pups at least twice a year as we breed)...it is quite painful isn't it! Luckily our canine friends are happy to give us a cuddle & kiss it better for us, LOL!
@sameroad (3180)
• United States
14 Aug 08
That is a lot of dogs running around! and yes it is lol
@dragon54u (31298)
• United States
16 Aug 08
Dogs have really hard heads! That's happened to me, but usually I get scratched and my dog has really sharp claws. I keep them trimmed but ouch!
15 Aug 08
Atleast the dog is alright hehe. Just take care of your bumps the dog surely feel sorry for you. Make it a lesson never to play with others toy.
@Vladilyich1 (1456)
• Canada
13 Aug 08
The head is the least sensitive part of a dog. There's no way you can hurt one by clobbering it's head. Humans, on the other hand,...
@rsa101 (13337)
• Philippines
13 Aug 08
Well it seems like you need to have your bump checked out if the pain and swelling continues. Well I am pretty sure your dog is innocent and doesn't realized that he has done something wrong. It's pretty forgivable thing.
@Magene (103)
• United States
13 Aug 08
I have a hyperactive Jack Russell Terrier and I am extremely clumsy. In other words, we're both walking disasters. :)
• Philippines
13 Aug 08
yeah, a few months ago i was playing with a puppy who bit me on my earlobe, then just the other day i was bitten again on the same earlobe on the same area but this time by the puppy of the puppy that bit me before. talk about coincidences*_*. i have a small scare there now as a remembrance. good thing nothing happened to me and my dogs hehehe
• United States
12 Aug 08
Me and my dog will always be playing around and then we will get hurt or something and my dog just gets up and walks away like nothing happened and then I am just laying on the ground freaking out ha ha.
@bunnybon7 (32618)
• Holiday, Florida
12 Aug 08
oh my i hope you'll be ok. my dog accidently jumped to grab a toy once and her mouth/teeth hit my arm and people thought she'd bit me. but she wouldnt bite anyone much less me. she also felt sorry and licked/kissed it and me.
@CrazCo (409)
• Canada
12 Aug 08
Lol! That is too funny, but I would rather that kind of dog than a lazy one! My former dog was absolutely insane. Actually insane is the wrong word: he was TOO smart! He would bite us incessantly and the only way to get him to stop was to give him a treat. We didn't want to encourage his bad habits, but we felt it was necessary (BIG mistake). He caught on quickly and it got out of control. He also would take any object we fell on the floor and refuse to give it back to use when we approached him. He would growl if we even came within a few feet of him. Again, treats were the only method of getting back our materials. We had to give him away, not so much because he was bad, we were just HORRIBLE trainers!
• United States
12 Aug 08
Saber sure is cute! We have a yellow lab puppy who is like a bull in a china shop some days and we both have bruises and little nics from bumping heads, or being run into! And when the cocker starts playing its like a mini football team in here! I would put some ice on your eye and above it and check your pupils to make sure there is no concussion. (Yes, I've been there from playing with the dogs) If you have a concussion, I suggest you call your dr. for instructions as each person is different. And then when you feel better, I'd continue playing with your "rhino"! After all, he does kiss it better!
• Sweden
12 Aug 08
Haha your dogs seems to be funny. My dog is pretty wild he to. a couple of years ago when i playes with him its started to get a little to wild but before i had time to stop him guess what he did! HE PUNCHED OUT MY FRONT TOOTH! luckely i was pretty young then so he only punched out a milk tooth but it still hurted like i dont know and then it took 4 years for it to grow out. so in four years i had a bit greakin hole in my mouth. but now its all god and i dont play with him so rough anymore.