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OP recently received a two-year-old American Staghound from their uncle after their previous dog passed away.
The dog was initially meant for hunting, but it didn't work out as he is a sensitive soul and doesn't have a high prey drive.
Although he is up to date with his vaccinations, he has not been neutered yet.
The main character took their dog to the dog park, where he was playing with other dogs
The owner of the female dog claimed that the main character's dog was annoying because he was unneutered
The incident left the main character wondering if they were in the wrong for bringing their unneutered dog to the park.
OP has offered the following explanation for why they think they might be the a-hole:
This Redditor says:
"A dog with poor recall at a dog park is asking for trouble"
"Even if your dog is perfect and causes no problems, other people don't know your dog."
Many parks have rules about spaying and neutering
OP needs to take responsibility
What would happen?
Unfortunately, it does happen
This Redditor nailed it:
Overall, dog parks can be a fun and safe place for your dog to play and socialize, but it's important to be aware of the potential risks and take steps to keep your dog and others safe. In this case, OP was wrong for taking a dog that is not trained well to a dog park.
The fact that he is intact is only a part of the problem.