(Just then) (Bom is suddenly fixated on something) What is it? (What's going on?) (Nervous) (Watching something…) (Just then!) (Bark, bark, bark!) (Suddenly starts barking?) (Startled) (Bark, bark, bark!) Hey, stop barking! That rascal always barks at me! (And an unfamiliar voice?) Hey, stop barking! That rascal always barks at me! Everyone says he only barks at them. It's the town foreman. Yes, come on in. (Who is the man that gets Bom riled up?) It's the town foreman. Thank you. Thank you. Quiet down, you rascal! Stop barking! That rascal always barks at me! (His first problem is that he barks at outsiders) He has a serious barking problem. I'll speak on behalf of the residents. He's scary. I can't even go to that alley. They get a lot of complaints since he's so loud. (They get a lot of complaints since he's so loud!) (He barked a lot when we first visited) (He barks at neighbors outside) (Even when someone passes from far away) (Barking indiscriminately) (But there's a more serious problem) Bom bites us.
(Bom bites his family?) (He bites his family?) Really? (Serious) He usually targets my two girls. The worst bite was when my right hand was bitten. He was chewing on a rock, so I tried to put a bag of chips on top of it so he'd stop. To make him stop. As I tried to pick up the rock, he bit my hand and shook it. I couldn't get stitches right away.
I had to wait with the wound still open. It really hurts. Oh no. That must've been terrible. He first bit my wrist. I tried to pet him after giving him a treat and that's when he bit me. When he bit my head… (He bit her head?) I was trying to measure him for clothes. (He'll bite you anywhere) (Other scars left by Bom) Those don't look like playful bites. (The daughters are always getting their faces bitten) When they bite your head and you fall forward, they go for the back of the neck. (Scary) You could faint. (But there was a truly dangerous incident) (The son has a bad leg…) (He even bit the son!) Oh, the son's arm. Our aunt visits three times a week to take care of me. But Bom gets apprehensive towards her. Our aunt couldn't come inside. She told me to take Bom away somewhere. I used a treat to take him to a room and as I gave it to him…
I tripped and fell. I didn't fall on top of Bom. I fell in front of him. But he just came and bit me. I was really flustered then. (How unfortunate) That must've been awful. We get angry at him when he bites us. Bom is like family, but I don't like that. I was so flustered and couldn't do anything. I was emotional. But my daughter had her hand on her forehead because it was bleeding and said to me, "Mom, Bom did nothing wrong.
It was my fault that Bom bit me, so don't do anything to him." She said that and went to the hospital. He wagged his tail when she came home, and she acted like nothing happened. I just figured he's like that because he's a dog. So I just can't hate him. When do you think Bom bites the family? When we try to pick something off the floor. When someone tries to pick up food that fell on the floor, he bites immediately. (We have to see the symptom to fix it!) (We put on a protective suit to observe him) – Put a leash on him, ma'am. / – A leash… And you can bring him out. Sure.
(Will he attack when we try to pick something up?) – I'm coming in. / – Sure. (We approach to check out his symptoms) (Apprehensive of the outsider) (Approaching with a treat) Sniff it. I have a treat. (He's only barking and not charging?) He's just barking. Here, eat it. (Tosses the treat) If you try to pick up the treat… – I'll try to pick it up. / – Okay. (Time to pick up the treat off the floor) When you pick up food that fell on the floor, he bites immediately. So I tried to put a bag of chips on top of it. As I tried to pick up the rock, he bit my hand and shook it.
(Scary biting that left so many scars) (Will Bom…) (Attack this time?) .