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Hi all, just after some input on what the best course of action is here.
My puppy (golden retriever) was at puppy school tonight and he was about to have a play with other big dogs. The teacher asked the other owners to leash up their small dogs so they wouldn't get injured from rougher play.
I unleashed my puppy and he went straight for some food near a pug (leashed but on the floor still), I'm not 100% sure what happened but it ended in the pugs head being in the way of the food and my pup ended up biting (more the head of the pug was in mine's mouth?) the pug and causing a bloodshot eye.
The owner was recommended to take her to the emergency vet.
I'm conflicted on what to do here, the teacher said it was just an accident and it wasn't malicious and I trust that judgement. I was so worried for the pug because it kept screaming until the teacher took it for an exam. There was no blood but the eye was bloodshot.
Do I offer to pay here or not? Assuming they come to the final class next week should I even bring it up? I don't really have the money depending on how much it costs but I could get it.
Thanks for any input.
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