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Top 10 Reasons Why I Hate Dogs

  1. Ugly DogThey are loud. BARK!! BARK!! BARK!! Even reading those three words is annoying!
  2. They are dirty. They lay down their dog shit wherever they are – On your lawn, on my lawn, in their own beds, on your bed. And on the odd occasion I end up with dog shit on my shoes and don’t find out until I’ve walked through my house… by GOLLY THAT MAKES ME FURIOUS!!
  3. They smell. They need to be washed like a car otherwise they infect uphostry (couches, carpets, curtains) with their stench.
  4. They get angry. And frankly I’m scared of most of them.
  5. They dribble. And their slime gets onto your clothes. eeeuch!
  6. They are ugly. Ok, ok, I’ll make a few exceptions for some puppies, but in general I don’t think they are an attractive animal.
  7. They need so much attention. They go mental if they are left alone for long periods of time (much to the annoyance of the neighbours i.e. me!)
  8. They wreck stuff. Chewing, knawing, eating, scratching
  9. They render owners backyards unusable. Don’t you dare walk back there with bare feet!
  10. One killed my cat! (June 08) The cutest fricken cat in the world too :(

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Josh March 7, 2014 at 5:44 pm

I was bored and I came across this site because I’m not a fan of most dogs either. I’ll also tell you guys that I am blind. I tried a guide dog twice in my life. Right away it made me really really nervous trusting an animal to guide me around obstacles, up and down steps and so on. When using the dog I had no freedom to speed up or slow down at will. Bottom line I don’t trust dogs to guide me. Advantages of a cane. it costs between $25 and $50. You don’t have to bathe it, clean up krap, feed and water it… don’t have to carry around bags to clean up its krap, find a special place to take it out when you go somewhere new. I have a guide dog. want to know what it is well two things actually. 1. my skills and cane. 2. my nexus7 tablet with a very very good gps app loaded on it. Also I don’t know what other people’s dogs will do. when I walk by they run at you from behind their fences barking loudly and I think… how high is the fence? is it friendly or not? can it or will it jump out and if it does then what will happen? I can’t see it I have no clue what’s gunna happen next. I have a 7 year old sighted son. he likes puppies. I said he can have one when he has a job, can pay for it himself and can take care of it. I won’t do it for him. And he can also clean up after it too. I’ll play with and pet other people’s dogs once in awhile but have one of my own? no thanks. My yard would be full of dog krap And I’d step in it and make the problem worse before the health inspectors show up perhaps condemning the house calling it unsanitary then other undesireable things would surely follow. Nope no dogs for me. I may be wrong but I think cats are perhaps cleaner and more easy to manage. Perhaps someday I’ll be able to get a cat or small bird. but dogs no thanks.


dogsfromhell March 7, 2014 at 6:59 pm

Hey Josh. Thank you for verifying by personal experience what I have been saying all along. Very few blind folks actually use guide dogs. Dog worshippers love to use the example of a guide dog to say that dogs serve a useful purpose in our current culture. Guide dogs are not the saviors of the blind because as you have articulated, individuals who are blind do not need saving. I have also heard stories of aggressive dogs that have attacked guide dogs. That seems really scary. Anyway, we appreciate your comments. Hope you come back again


PEACE April 19, 2014 at 3:32 am

You are a disgraceful human being.


dogsfromhell April 19, 2014 at 5:17 am

Here is another typically aggressive dog cultist who has disparaged someone for expressing that he doesn’t need a dog simply because he is blind. When dog worshipers are confronted with differing opinions they usually respond with aggression. I assume the safety of believing the myth that dogs are heroic, have special powers and are inherently good came in for a crash landing and it was too much for him to bear.


dogsfromhell April 19, 2014 at 5:30 am

Today is Saturday. It’s a nice sunny day. I hoped to sleep in just a bit this morning. Starting at 7:27 am this morning one of 14 demons on my block started barking. The beast apparently needed to come in after taking an environmentally toxic dump in my neighbor’s back yard. Then the rest of the fur slaves had to take their territorial turn…its an hour later and the choir is still wreaking havoc on my lost peaceful morning. Ironic that one of the dog worshiping trolls on our site has hijacked the screen name “PEACE” while dogs/dog owners like him are responsible for robbing others of a peaceful living environment.


nodogs4me April 20, 2014 at 7:06 am

Peace… I guarantee if you look at all the people in jail, and ask if they are dog lovers, the majority of them probably would be. The fact that I dislike them, has nothing to do with the rest of my life as a human being or the amount of compassion I have. There are always things in people’s lives that they like or dislike, be it music, food and animals. A lot of my dog loving friends hate cats and rabbits. As I have said too many times to repeat, I do not deliberately hurt dogs, but would if I had to. They are aggressive, dirty, and stink to high heavens. All I ask is to keep them away from me. Has no bearing on anything else. Do some research before you come on here spouting like you know everything.


Josh March 8, 2014 at 2:18 am

Also some people in my family have two pit bulls. The last time I went to visit well I should say from the first time I visited when they got the pitts I felt nervous and don’t trust those kinds of dogs at all. And each subsequent visit has me more and more on edge around those dogs. It gets to the point when I’m there and I’m sitting on the couch and just to reiterate quick here I’m the same blind guy who posted earlier…anyway they come around me sniffing me getting up in my lap while I sit in a chair trying to sniff at my face for some reason. And I put my arm up to push them away or stand up. But then when I stand one of them takes over my seat. I also am really scared of dogs growling. And aggressive barks. something about the sound I guess. I just don’t like it. Never have liked it. Anyway when they get up in my face trying to lick me other people around me just say “it’s all right, why are you so nervous? its ok calm down.” stuff like that. Sorry I can’t calm down around those dogs. Last time I visited I had to calm down by or had to attempt to calm down by drinking a few glasses of wine I was offered. I started with one glass. It didn’t help so I quickly asked for more and more. The alcoholic beverages got me through the visit at least. And then when the dogs play with people they get mean towards each other. And the home-owner just makes excuses for them pretty much it seems. It’s not her fault. Her one son and grandkids get the dogs. I wish I could convince my son that particularly those kinds of dogs are very bad and are to be avoided. But should I really be showing graphic youtube videos of pit bowl attacks to a 7-year-old? granted a very very smart 7-year-old but still? I’m not sure about that one. And of course he doesn’t know some dogs are nice and some are not and most can turn if provoked. He’s just a kid not having any bad experiences with dogs. And I’d really like to keep him from getting bit. I wish there were a way I could teach him pit bowls and other such aggressive dogs are not to be trusted and are to be avoided. He currently thinks those two pits are cute like other dogs and he likes playing with them. when they growl and get aggressive towards each other well sometimes my son thinks he’s older than he is and immitates the sighted adults around him thinking that he himself can control such dogs by speaking in a commanding tone? Somehow I don’t think that will happen. I just gotta keep him safe from those dogs and it would help if he understood the dangers they pose. ideas?


dogsfromhell March 8, 2014 at 7:10 am

My grandson is 5 and we’ve been teaching him for years not to go anywhere near a pit bull. We do teach him there are good dogs and bad dogs. I don’t care who gets offended. Sorry. There are two next door to where he lives and he is not allowed outside in his own fenced in back yard for even a minute alone. He doesn’t go out in my backyard alone for the same reason either. He is not allowed to visit the homes of people who own pit bulls and we make sure if another family member or babysitter takes him ANYWHERE for example a play date there are no pit bulls or other dangerous dogs. If we see pit bulls at a park we get in the car. If we are walking on the street and I see a pit bull with owner approaching we will cross the street and/or move far away. There was one on a leash traveling around with a family at Halloween time this year. I couldn’t believe it. He saw it first and jumped out of the way. If he’s running down the sidewalk while we are walking I am always aware because my fear is that one will come flying out of someone’s house when they open the front door to leave and attack him. I saw this happen on the next block. I was out for a walk and an older man was walking his small scotty dog. He walked past a house where a woman was carrying in her groceries and when she opened the front door the pit bull slipped past her so fast, charging the small dog and attacking him. It was frightening to witness. When I am in outside I carry mace and typically have at least a shovel with me in the backyard.

If I were you I would not visit that home with your son ever again. “Family” dogs,typically pit bulls are responsible for over 50% of attacks on children. The children are often visitors. The owner will believe the pit bull is safe because it hasn’t attacked its own children. There are a few sites dedicated to pit bull information and child attack. You should check them out. I know its horrible to have to make your child afraid but its better than a dead or maimed child. We use car seats, bike helmets, lock up dangerous chemicals, teach them not to talk to strangers and take other safety precautions. Pit bulls are on the list.Better safe than sorry.


nodogs4me March 8, 2014 at 7:31 am

I agree 100 percent with your tactics to prevent your grandson from possible pit bull attacks. Sadly, we are fighting a very large group of people who misinform everyday. thus the pit bull population continues to increase at an alarming rate. There isn’t a day that goes by that several of my friends on Facebook are posting pictures of ‘sweet’ pit bulls that need homes, and I cringe every time. If I were to counter with a comment on how bad these dogs are… I would seriously lose these people as friends. And they are armed with all the false information to back them up, so it’s just not worth a pissing contest to me. I just ignore those pictures and do what I can to stay away from pit bulls, There are still some in this neighborhood, but the one’s i had really issue with have moved, Both sides of where I live were surrounded. And my fence is not that tall.


dogsfromhell March 8, 2014 at 7:58 am

One of my daughter’s close friends has a pit bull. Its been a little tense at times but my daughter stands her ground. The friend just had a baby and I’m scared for her. She actually quoted the nanny dog myth to me. I told her it was an untruth but she doesn’t believe me. She has lots of cute little stories about how much the dog loves the baby. But as we know most owners of dogs that have attacked children say the same things. She says she doesn’t leave the dog alone with the baby. She also has a baby gate that she puts up to keep the dog away from the new infant. Frankly, I don’t think a baby gate is going to keep a pit bull out if it wants to attack. I hope nothing ever happens. I truly do.


nodogs4me March 8, 2014 at 8:06 am

A baby gate??????? No, that will not stop a pit bull. A 10 foot concrete wall maybe, Yes, all of the previous stories I have heard with pit bull attacks on babies, the pit bull had no sign or warning that it would indeed attack. I wish you could convince her to get rid of it before it’s too late

mfatpony@aol.com March 12, 2014 at 1:42 pm

All pitbull owners live in denial. Some of them continue it even after the beast has eaten the baby.
It’s simply my policy for living to NOT visit anyone who owns one of these monsters. In fact anyone who has a yapping mongrel who they allow to jump and lick you at the door and you’re expected to think its the most wonderful thing on earth. Of course nothing is worse than the odd visitor that thinks you want their dog in YOUR home. Yes I really do hate, despise and loath all dogs. I wish some vile virus would rip over the planet and elimintate every last one of them. To never hear a barking yapping pos or have some moronic owner let their mutt jump on you would be like a slice of heaven.

jadedkate March 9, 2014 at 8:47 pm

I have said before that i don’t know why these dangerous breeds are still being bred. Let the existing pit bulls live out their lives but let the breed go extinct. Why have such a powerful dog so easily capable of killing around?? And there are so many stories of pit bull owners who said there pit was raised well and was always sweet and they would’ve never guessed that fido would kill baby brayden when he dropped his cookie and bent down to get it at the same time as fido. I’d say a large part of owners would never think their dogs were capable of such things. ugh! so not worth it!


dogsfromhell March 8, 2014 at 8:35 am

Here’s some sites about children and pit bull safety. MomLogic.com is great with many examples (and caution re: your son, graphic photos). Of course there are plenty of hate replies at the end too but that’s nothing new. I have also included an excerpt from the CDC.gov

(the above link stands for Sudden, Random, Unprovoked)


Nearly 4.5 million Americans are bitten by dogs each year, half of these are children.1 One in five dog bites results in injuries serious enough to require medical attention.

Why be concerned about dog bites?
About 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year.
Almost one in five of those who are bitten, about 885,000, require medical attention for dog bite-related injuries; half of these are children.
In 2012, more than 27,000 people underwent reconstructive surgery as a result of being bitten by dogs.
Who is at risk?
Children: Among children, the rate of dog bite–related injuries is highest for those ages 5 to 9 years, and children are more likely than adults to receive medical attention for dog bites.3
Adult Males: Male adults are more likely than female adults to be bitten.
People with dogs in their homes: Among children and adults, having a dog in the household is associated with a higher incidence of dog bites. As the number of dogs in the home increases, so does the incidence of dog bites. Adults with two or more dogs in the household are five times more likely to be bitten than those living without dogs at home.


dogsfromhell March 8, 2014 at 8:35 am

Here’s some sites about children and pit bull safety. MomLogic.com is great with many examples (caution re: your son, graphic photos). Of course there are plenty of hate replies at the end too but that’s nothing new. I have also included an excerpt from the CDC.gov

(the above link stands for Sudden, Random, Unprovoked)


Nearly 4.5 million Americans are bitten by dogs each year, half of these are children.1 One in five dog bites results in injuries serious enough to require medical attention.

Why be concerned about dog bites?
About 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year.
Almost one in five of those who are bitten, about 885,000, require medical attention for dog bite-related injuries; half of these are children.
In 2012, more than 27,000 people underwent reconstructive surgery as a result of being bitten by dogs.
Who is at risk?
Children: Among children, the rate of dog bite–related injuries is highest for those ages 5 to 9 years, and children are more likely than adults to receive medical attention for dog bites.3
Adult Males: Male adults are more likely than female adults to be bitten.
People with dogs in their homes: Among children and adults, having a dog in the household is associated with a higher incidence of dog bites. As the number of dogs in the home increases, so does the incidence of dog bites. Adults with two or more dogs in the household are five times more likely to be bitten than those living without dogs at home.


dogsfromhell March 8, 2014 at 8:41 am

PS Josh, When I said that we teach my grandson there are “good” dogs and “bad” dogs…that’s the sugar-coated five year old version of the world. Because as everyone on here would agree, there’s nothing good about a dog! LOL


Dragon March 13, 2014 at 1:24 pm

Yeah remove yourself from any situations you are not COMPLETELY comfortable with…no it is not easy to inform people that you want nothing to do with their dogs (I am talking about friends or family members) but it is a necessary thing you need to do to keep yourself happy..And remember your not alone
I have just recently let go of a friend for over 20 years because they hated how I never came over to their horribly messed up place of residents because of their stupid ass mutts..and they were so upset about it that the last thing that took place is they called and cussed me out. F*** THEM! I have no time in my life for so called friends to treat me this way especially since all I did was make it perfectly clear that I want nothing to do with those pieces of worthless stinky shitty ass dogs. Life is going to throw crazy crap at you so you might as well keep yourself as fun loving and happy as possible and if they say “Well….duh sometimes you have to deal with things you don’t like” BULLSHIT!! you do not look at me I keep everything out of my reality that I want nothing to do with and all in all I am doing just fine…Real friends and family members worth a damn will understand this and respect it..It is time to do some spring cleaning might I suggest that you add various relationships to that need to do list


dogsfromhell March 13, 2014 at 3:04 pm

I agree with you Dragon. Friends respect the personal boundaries of other friends. Interacting with dogs is not something you HAVE to do to maintain a friendship. You should not be required to visit in order to remain friends. THEY chose to have dogs. YOU didn’t. Why cant they stay home and enjoy them without requiring friends to have contact with them. Oh right, they are dog cultists. Silly me!


willko March 13, 2014 at 4:04 pm

Two similar stories: One was a neighborhood couple who were friendly but every time they strolled over to our house they assumed they could bring their little shiteater, as if it was their kid -kids I don’t mind. The mutt would go through the house and yard like he owned it. I let the first time go but then noticed every time they came over the fleabag was in tow. I casually said something and suddenly they became distant -no big loss.
The other was a long-time female friend I have known for 35 years, bright, interesting, easy on the eye, always laughing. Suddenly she got the “calling” and devoted herself to dog rescue/fosterhome/adoption BS. I went to a party five years ago where there were about a dozen or so guests and as many dogs sniffing ass and crotch, begging and scanning the floor for crumbs; unguarded plates, etc; most were big dogs, too. It hit me like a lightning bolt right in the middle of the third or so dog conversation that her and her guests were effin’ idiots, I left and haven’t seen her since, such a waste of a once great human being. She used to throw great parties back in the day -what the hell happened? It’s just another form of born again/fundamentalism to me.


nodogs4me March 13, 2014 at 5:32 pm

Yes, we have situations like that. I mean, they just ASSUME we see what they see in their ugly mutts. I did not go to that friend’s place last weekend. Just too much for me to take with the 4 dogs. Last time I went to visit, she had recently come out of surgery and I was in the area and you know, I just wanted to see how she was doing, One of her small mutts. kept jumping up on his hind legs, like he had springs, and she didn’t feel like bending over to pet him. Then he came to me with the springs, and she was like.. “he wants YOU, to pick him up” You know here I was trying to ignore this piece of shit, and she is trying to speak for him.. Yeah I know exactly what you guys are talking about. No boundaries. No respect. Dogs must come first


Kramer April 14, 2014 at 11:20 am

You know what pal; guys like you are like dogs…sniffing asses and crotches for a piece of ass you worthless piece of crap


Canetoad April 14, 2014 at 3:45 pm

Er … keep taking the medication!

dogsfromhell April 14, 2014 at 4:05 pm

This comment is bizarre and not based in reality. Willko is a pro-active and intelligent contributor who often provides very practical insights to individuals who must contend with the torment of living with dogs on a daily basis. We hate dogs on this site not people. Your aggressive, hostile attempt at bullying comment is simply inappropriate. In the future try to stay on topic and have an intelligent comment that addresses an issue.

nodogs4me March 8, 2014 at 8:51 am


*– Police: Man had sex with pit bull in his yard –*

TAMPA, Fla. – Police in Florida said they arrested a man who allegedly engaged in a sex act with a dog in his yard in full view of shocked neighbors. Tampa police said witnesses flagged down officers early Wednesday and told them Bernard Marsonek, 57, was committing a sex act with a pit bull in his yard and ignoring the pleas of neighbors begging him to stop, the Tampa Tribune reported Thursday. Police said Marsonek was inside his house when officers arrived to question him. Officers and Hillsborough County Animal Services executed a search warrant on the home and discovered a gun and ammunition inside the house. Marsonek was arrested on felony charges of aggravated animal cruelty and two counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm. He was also charged with a misdemeanor count of sexual activity involving animals. Animal services officials seized eight pit bulls from Marsonek’s home, police said.


dogsfromhell March 8, 2014 at 11:44 am

Gee, he took being part of the pack to a whole other level


Canetoad March 8, 2014 at 3:24 pm
Dragon March 23, 2014 at 11:14 am

you have got to be kidding! I would rather cut my dic in half then screw a dog….AHHHHH GOD!!!!


nodogs4me March 23, 2014 at 12:04 pm

And likewise I would rather sew my parts shut as well.. Dogs are REVOLTING!


Canetoad March 23, 2014 at 1:12 pm

And just to remind ourselves how revolting they are, this is what they’re licking prior to slobbering all over their deluded owner’s face (caution: horrific content): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVsXj-Y09dg The question is, how did it get into this state in the first place? And why do dog owners see fit to put things like this on YouTube? Answers on a postcard, please.

nodogs4me March 23, 2014 at 1:36 pm

OMG Canetoad.. I am floored. I mean it’s not like I never seen a dog dick before, but I am aghast at how deluded people are that they would find it amusing to show a video of their dog’s hard on. I would bet that woman, used that dog for a lot more than one could imagine.. ewwwwww

Canetoad March 28, 2014 at 5:09 pm
Kramer April 14, 2014 at 11:21 am

The biggest piece of shit is this fxxxxx, not the dogs.


dogsfromhell April 14, 2014 at 3:58 pm

Kramer, There are guidelines for this site and they are clearly posted on the homepage. You may not use the F word. I have edited your post this one time but in the future you will be flagged from commenting. I have allowed your post so that you may confirm what most of us have observed many times over on this site. Dog cultists are aggressive, hostile, volatile individuals who use their fur slaves to intimidate others and are many times violent. Dog cultists often mimic the behavior of their dogs who are violent and aggressive as well. Perhaps that is why they love dogs so much. Conversely, Nodogs4me your target is a thoughtful and intelligent contributor.


nodogs4me April 14, 2014 at 5:58 pm

Ah thanks, dogsfromhell. Don’t know what was said, but it must have been pretty vile. No surprises really. When humans put dogs before children and other humans, they certainly have to be deranged, When they show no respect for others that they have to share a neighborhood with, or use common facilities, it is their ignorance of the golden rule that stands out. I don’t hurt people’s dogs, but is it that hard to ask for some consideration and respect that not everyone shares their infatuation for an animal? Why is it so important that EVERYONE has to like dogs? They are making this way more complicated than it is.


Josh March 8, 2014 at 11:21 am

I gave this some thought. 1. dogs work on a reward-based system. People perceive dogs loving them when really the dogs do stuff for a reward. Do they have some simple emotions? probably on some level. They’re a complex living organism after all. But guess what? Dogs are not human. (newsflash) (not human). Furthermore dogs are bred. I have computer certifications and I also know a bit about programming. Imagine for a moment a sales person sells you a new vacuum cleaner. And ironically its a hand-vac with small wheels to make it easier to push back and forth. And it even has small brushes that spin very fast to make cleaning more effective. A tiny version of a floor vacuum. So you buy it, bring it home. And when you plug it in, it turns on by itself… And solar panels kick in keeping it charged up forever. Then it does what the salesperson secretly programmed the vacuum to do. It goes around sucking up everything and shredding lots of stuff with the spinning brushes. Its programming tells it to find a door which it recognises using pattern recognition. It rams at the door till you open it, flies outside. Another motor in back causes it to release a trap door and then the wheel motors turn on. Other programming kicks in causing the vacuum to drive or wheel itself wildly around your yard and your neighbors yard depositing all of its vacuum bag contents everywhere by blowing all the dirt and debris out of the vacuum’s back end. But its so cute! the salesman made it look cute and cuddly and said it would be the most useful and best and most fun tool ever. And then people enamored that this vacuum looks like a cute cuddly animal they buy them. But some are programmed to only suck up gas out of car’s gas-tanks and spray that everywhere. But they’re so cute! And some are programmed to drain batteries and soak yards in battery acid killing plants and wild animals alike. But they’re cute… Someone comes along and says. It’s the vacuum’s fault. no its the owner’s fault. Actually the point I’m trying to make with the wild robot vacuum story is it’s neither’s fault. Doxin’s are programmed (bred) to dig and hunt small animals slightly underground. And they’ll obey their genetic programming whether its useful or not. Pit Bulls are bred for fighting. And they will fight regardless of whether you try and show them as your cute cuddly living stuffed animal. Dogs were bred to be used by humans for service work. They are working animals. And I really think if you do not have a job that requires a dog don’t get one. For the most part we’ve replaced dogs and horses with more efficient technology. Personally I see a time when perhaps 80 to 90% of dogs are in zoos….including pit bulls. In our future intelligent people will walk by and say “how could our 20th century ancestors and early to mid 21st century ancestors have kept these as pets?” Look at this breed fighting with each other. And our historical archives have multiple accounts of them being kept as family pets?” We still need dogs for some things but not as much as we used to. Next thing you know people will start having pet bears or lions all over the place. If you don’t have a job for what the dog was bred or programmed to do, it would be wise to discontinue the breed. Let some of each breed left living and reproducing in zoos only to educate the public about their true purpose. And let other dogs live in society as service and worker animals guide dogs, rescue dogs things like that. But this over-abundance of everyone has to have a dog and you’re weird if you don’t just bothers me. Also humans can change their behavior if they want to. We are above animals. We can do lots and lots of stuff animals cannot do. So it seems to me clearly animals were put here to do certain jobs or to be food for people to eat. A community with much less dogs would be so nice. I hate when dogs run at me and bark or make snarling sounds. I’m guessing most are behind fences. but are the fences high? can they jump over them? I cannot see what the dog will do. Dog owners really aught to be more responsible. Better yet take most non-working distructive polluting dogs and put them in zoos with other animals for educational purposes. Too many uncontrolled pets around. Oddly enough most dogs bark only when I or somebody is going for a walk and walks by them. I suppose they’re bored chained up in their owner’s backyard. Put them in a zoo. give them something to do. let them do what they are programmed to do in a zoo setting and educate people about the truth of man’s mad scientist genetic creations and meddling in advanced programming humans do not yet fully understand. … its like bringing back computers or robots from thousands of years in the future and having people from today try programming them. they’ll surely mess up.


nodogs4me March 8, 2014 at 11:26 am

Best way of putting it I have heard in a while. and this statement stands out..

“If you don’t have a job for what the dog was bred or programmed to do, it would be wise to discontinue the breed.”

Exactly.. this is the message that needs to be pushed..

Thanks, Josh


mfatpony@aol.com March 12, 2014 at 1:49 pm

Be very aware there are movements with groups to make it illegal to discriminate against these dog breeds. Never mind the evidence that makes them dangerous.
Animal shelters are full of pittbulls they adopt out to families claiming they have been tested for aggression issues. Schills for the breed will quip its how people treat them not the breed. lies all lies. Some people just make them worse. but all pittbulls are bad.
There is more than one breed of aggressive dog that should be eliminated on the spot at humane societies. And breeding them should be illegal.


101N March 10, 2014 at 2:08 pm

I don’t understand why people are perceived as being so much more complex then dogs. If you think about it, most of your actions and friendships with people can all be boiled down to a reward based pleasure system.

Do you entertain me? Do you do things for me? Do you make me laugh? Then I’m willing to spend time with you and be your friend. The more you do these things the more I’m willing. Why? Because my brain is firing off chemicals that make me feel positive about you, and over time that’s causing my perception of you as positive to be reinforced.

Conversely. Are you boring? Do you scare me? Do you make me uncomfortable? Then I don’t want to be with you because my brain is firing off chemicals that make me feel negative about you. In the same way, over time that image I have of you is getting reinforced and making me disinclined to give you second chances or want to be with you.

It works with things too. I do something once. If it works and I like the result I’m going to do it again. If not, then I won’t.

I really don’t see much of a difference in dogs. If they’re rewarded by a person or for a behavior they’re going to want to repeat whatever that stimulus was. If they’re not then they won’t.

Seeing as cognitively they’ve been tested as being of equal intelligence to a toddler (which by the way are just as repulsive as dogs) I’m going to give them the benefit of the doubt. I imagine that most parents like to think their three year old loves them. Although, I guess when you think about it. Take the three year old, dump them in a new house with a new caregiver who will feed and pay attention to them and they’ll get over it pretty quickly.

Heck, give me a new person who does all the things my old best friend did for me and I’ll like that new person too despite missing my old friend.

Whatever. I don’t like toddlers and I pretty much equate them to dogs on the intelligence scale having had experience with both. They’re needy and clingy and they whine too much in addition to being disgusting. Dogs on the other hand I can deal with. They’re gross I acknowledge it but I’m not squeamish. They can be left alone far longer then a child and you’re not responsible for them for the rest of your life. Plus shoot me for it. But I like their company. I’m not expected to make conversation with them and they’re still happy to be with me as long as I feed them and go hiking with them. Pretty chill friendship right there.


nodogs4me March 10, 2014 at 2:19 pm

Hey 101N…

Pretty cool analogy there and it’s fine with me and great if you find that kind of happiness with a dog. I am not that fond of toddlers either, only thing is they do grow up and very rarely kill someone when they’re in shitty diapers. I am squeamish.. so I keep dogs off of me as much as I can. There is no way I can find myself being okay with them unless they stay away from me. I only ask that people stop forced contact with them.


dogsfromhell March 10, 2014 at 5:06 pm

101N And the good news is, babies WEAR diapers. Canine shit machines first crap, then slap their disgusting freshly crapped bare assholes down on your furniture, carpets and bedding. It doesn’t get any grosser than that. The only “baby wipe” that is ever used to clean a dog’s ass is their tongue. The same tongue that doggers can be seen being intimate with. AHHHHHGGGGG!


nodogs4me March 10, 2014 at 5:12 pm

Okay,, hahahaahahaahahhaah. I am so glad I had no food or drink in my mouth or it would have taken a flight across my computer screen. Great answer dogsfromhell. I wasn’t that sharp tonight.. but yes.. the bare asshole things on the furniture, the bed, the rugs….. ewwwwwwww!! And the tongue on the bare ass and owner’s mouth.. priceless.


Canetoad March 11, 2014 at 10:11 am

I can’t ever recall having to scrape toddler poop off my shoes after a walk in the park!


dogsfromhell March 11, 2014 at 6:21 pm

HaHaHa…that’s too funny !

kn March 10, 2014 at 2:29 pm

101N: Yawn.


dogsfromhell March 10, 2014 at 4:58 pm

HaHa Agreed!


dogsfromhell March 10, 2014 at 4:45 pm

I don’t understand why people are perceived as being so much more complex then dogs.
We make an exception in your case
If you think about it, most of your actions and friendships with people can all be boiled down to a reward based pleasure system.
You may be dating the wrong men.
Do you entertain me? Do you do things for me? Do you make me laugh? Then I’m willing to spend time with you and be your friend.

Janet Jackson would like to know what your dog has done for you lately.
It works with things too. I do something once. If it works and I like the result I’m going to do it again. If not, then I won’t.
Sounds like the Skinner Box is working for you. If its not broke don’t’ fix it.
a toddler (which by the way are just as repulsive as dogs)
Why would you want a dog if you think it’s repulsive? If you are stuck with one and you want to share the horrors of living with a dog you can go to the section “I Hate My Dog!”
Take the three year old, dump them in a new house with a new caregiver who will feed and pay attention to them and they’ll get over it pretty quickly.
I guess that’s why Child Protective Services confiscated your kids.
Heck, give me a new person who does all the things my old best friend did for me and I’ll like that new person too despite missing my old friend.
Sounds like you have difficulty with human relationships. Do you view all your relationships as disposable?
Good Answer.
I don’t like toddlers
Then you should not be left alone in a room with any and should strongly consider being neutered.
They’re needy and clingy and they whine too much in addition to being disgusting. Dogs on the other hand I can deal with
I guess this confirms that you do have difficulty with human relationships. This seems to be a character trait among dog worshippers.
They can be left alone far longer then a child ….
Or at least you imagine they can. Perhaps this is why your beast is a bark machine. How are you getting along with neighbors, the humans, that is?
and you’re not responsible for them for the rest of your life.
Hmmm…or ever for that matter. The disposable theme seems to be a constant for you. Were you abandoned as a child?
I’m not expected to make conversation with them and they’re still happy to be with me
Right! No interpersonal skills, cooperative behavior or communication required!
Pretty chill friendship right there.
Pretty chilling summary of your life : /


bluewatj March 10, 2014 at 6:48 pm

I am sick of hearing the phrase “man’s best friend”. Dogs have got to be the stupidest “thing” I ever met. Normal people don’t consider their “best friend” to be a water polluting, cancer carrying, smelly, aggressive, domesticated hybrid of a wolf. What the hell is wrong with people these days? Or did people always like dogs? The world may never know…


Canetoad March 11, 2014 at 10:09 am

The one that I can’t stand is, “We can learn a lot from dogs.” Well, maybe I’m wrong. Maybe we can learn a lot from dogs. Maybe I’ll start learning from them and in a year’s time look at what I’ll be able to do! Use my teeth to rip someone’s face apart. Go shopping and pee up anything vertical in front of everyone. Squat down and crap on the pavement or anywhere that appeals to me. Stand in my back garden and shout a single word loudly and incessantly. Rip up and chew furniture if I’m bored. And if I see someone who appeals to me I might shag their leg to see if they’re interested. On second thoughts, if I learned a lot from dogs I’d probably get arrested!


bluewatj March 11, 2014 at 1:12 pm

You’re right Canetoad! Just think, we can learn from these man made, mutant creatures! I loved the sarcasm in your post, it was pretty funny! You listed everything dogs do that I wish the doggers would prevent them from doing. If people are allowed to own dogs, they should at least have to train their creatures before inflicting them on people who actually have manners. If dogs are legal, I don’t see why guns aren’t.


bluewatj March 11, 2014 at 1:32 pm

I found something very interesting. There was a women who had a wedding with her dog (Gross, I know). The article said she still dates men, but they need “Sheba’s”(the dog’s), “approval”. Why you would need approval from a dog perplexes me.


Jane March 26, 2014 at 5:47 am

Because dogs, like young children and people with aphasia are very good at picking up on body language faint signals which makes them excellent lie detectors in addition to reveal much about the person true personality and state of mind. In other words, they pick up on fake people better than we do in general. Which is why somebody who does not like dogs should never be trusted and dismissed as potential asshole and jerk. They are uncomfortable with critters that can see through them.


dogsfromhell March 26, 2014 at 8:14 am

Because dogs, like young children…….
We’ll just stop you there Toxic Jane because dogs are not LIKE children. This is one of the main dog slaver reasoning faux pas. Dogs are another species. Dogs are not human Jane. Children are human.

Jane you sound like a delusional sociopath. Are you seriously asserting that dogs are walking lie detectors?? We could sure solve a lot of crimes, eliminate back ground screenings for employment, housing and volunteers, throw out swearing on the bible in court. Simply have a dog sniff people. Are dogs clairvoyant too? LMAO. Wow you’re just crazy! Hysterical

Canetoad March 26, 2014 at 2:27 pm

Oh, my God! A brainwashed dog cultist! Dogs are as thick as two short planks. For every useful dog that can sniff out drugs (not ‘fake’ people PUH-LEAZE) or sink its teeth into a criminal there are half a million useless crapping, barking PETS. Research has shown that the more intelligent people are, the less likely they are to own a dog. As I have had to read your post three times in order to get past its dodgy grammar, I can only assume that you have a dog.

bluewatj March 26, 2014 at 4:19 pm

That was pretty funny “Jane”. Dogs don’t have the ability to see if someone is “fake”, dogs attack your girl/boyfriend because you are their food source and they protect you just because of that. I don’t know many people who want to settle with their wife or husband and revolve their lives around picking up dog crap. I’m assuming you’re single, unless you found another freak who worships at the idle of Fido.

mfatpony@aol.com March 31, 2014 at 2:19 pm

Really ? Funny i find that my dog owning neighbors must have an IQ rocketing into negative space. The chaos they allow their mutts to inflict on everyone around them spills over into the shabby way they conduct their lives. This follows for all dog owners that think their dog has a right to run free, has a right to bark and should be allowed in every store, shop and restaurant on the planet. People who can’t leave their homes without taking their dog must suffer from some insane insecurity or more like they don’t want to come home to shredded furniture and piles of crap on the floor.
Also there is no worse idiot than the ones that get bent when you don’t want their dog all over you.

101N March 10, 2014 at 11:03 pm

I’ve decided to get some counseling for my dog obsession. Even though I find dogs disgusting and no smarter than a 3 year old I am somehow compelled to have a fur slave as my significant other. In addition, I seem to hate my own species, especially children. I need help.


Fido March 12, 2014 at 8:22 am

It’s people like you that make me want to be an irresponsible dog owner and allow my dogs to leave excrement on your property and encourage them to intimidate you.


pd March 12, 2014 at 8:58 am

I do respect all peoples rights and opinions in all aspects of life, including being a pet owner. I have been a dog and cat owner myself most of my life. For those responsible and respectful pet owners out there, thank you for being such. I have zero problem with you nor your pets, no problem even with the oops of a dog pooping in my yard. But!!!!!! For those others that encourage their animals to bark long and loud through the day and night, to encourage their animals to be aggressive and they are just overall hateful people that think that their animals rights rate higher that the simple and basic rights and quality of the humans that live next door…well here is my thoughts…I hope the fleas of a thousand camels infest them and their animals! I am trying to be nice ok. The a-hole that moved next to me a few months ago is one of those other kind of animal owners. There is no law nor governing group that protects the quiet, peaceful, law abiding good neighbors from these aggressive animals that are so loud that you can not sleep inside your own home. These animal have been turned loose on my family twice now. I can work long hours and I can not ever sleep in. This a-hole will stand at his garage door with his hand on the door knob just smiling at my family, saying I will turn them loose. Of course he will not do this when I am there…COWARD! Now Mr. Fido you sound like a responsible person that loves his animal. Good for you and all like you, but before you judge all those that do not like dogs please be aware of why some don’t. Hey I just love my other neighbors dog, what a dog! But it is the ones like lives on the other side of me that make some of us the way we are. I carry my 9mm on my hip when I am outside and I am teaching my wife how to use it and if he ever lets one of his SEVEN (YES SEVEN) GIANT SCHNAUZERS) loose on any of us…well you get the hint. We are quiet, friendly and peaceful people raising a handicapped child and when Mr Hate (TIM) and his SEVEN MONSTERS moved in next door our quality of life changed dramatically. It is bad enough we will probably have to sell the home that we love so we can once again have the peaceful and happy life that we have always know. Well move or I will end up in handcuffs. So with that I say…I wish peace and happiness to all and if you have loud and aggressive dogs, how about moving to the country and learn what respect means for once in your life!


nodogs4me March 12, 2014 at 10:10 am

Fido. as it is your prerogative to like dogs, it is mine to dislike them. The fact that I don’t like something you do, does not make me neurotic. I have stood in this forum and get called every name in the book, and I have not uttered anything unkind back towards anyone else. Ever hear a song on the radio that you just can’t stand??? Like most people, if you can, you will change the damn station. Why do you hate that song?? It must be that others like it, because it made being hit of sorts.. so why don’t you?? Our dislike for dogs is the same really. so stop trying to complicate it with all these fancy diagnoses. I am not an animal abuser so don’t put that tag on me either. I just hate dogs.. every thing about them turns me off, and I would rather not have them in my company. It is as simple as that. I don’t find anything in them that appeals to my sense, and regardless of what you say, they do things that I plain just don’t have a use for in my life. When I was younger, there were fewer dogs, and people treated them as dogs, not as their children. They weren’t often allowed on furniture and it seemed their owners were also more respectful if someone wasn’t comfortable with them. Today, it’s the completer opposite. they are IN YOUR FACE and pushed on us. No, I will never like them, so please realize that the more people push them on me, the more I recoil. People are not born in the same mold and shouldn’t be automatically expected to like something, because everyone else does.


Canetoad March 12, 2014 at 10:39 am

It’s not just the dogs Fido – it’s they owners as well. In many cases they are so sad and pathetic that they live their lives around a disgusting, pooping, hair-shedding dog. OK – that’s their choice. I don’t have a problem with it. But keep your smelly mutt away from people who don’t like dogs.


dogsfromhell March 12, 2014 at 11:23 am

I agree with Canetoad. Unfortunately, most dog worshipping cultists have difficulty understanding and respecting the boundaries of others. I suppose if you imagine another species is your “family” it is very likely.


K.N. March 12, 2014 at 11:27 am

Fido, how sad, neurotic and pathetic are you to get so riled by others who don’t want your dog anywhere near them that you then, in a fit of vengefulness, desire to inflict your mutt’s repugnant presence on them further? YOU are the one with issues.


dogsfromhell March 12, 2014 at 11:19 am

“It’s people like you that make me want to be an irresponsible dog owner and allow my dogs to leave excrement on your property and encourage them to intimidate you.”

Thank you for personally confirming what most of us have said many times over. Dog owners are passive aggressive bullies and yes sometimes overt, who use their fur slaves to aggress on others. Perfect!


dogsfromhell March 12, 2014 at 11:34 am

Your reasoning is flawed. On the one hand you allege to “get’ why people have an aversion to dogs. Then in the next sentence you assert that people who hate dogs are neurotic, pathetic and a host of other insults. Which is it Fido? Pick a lane.

And although we are keenly aware of the dangers of environmental dogs, especially pit bulls and other aggressive breeds, we live with BOUNDARIES rather than fear. I know most cultists have difficulty understanding that concept but you may want to ponder it a bit while your dog is crapping on our lawns, fouling our public water,attacking our children and generally existing as a bark machine.

As far as fumigating our clothes upon dog contact, I personally prefer burning mine.


Fido March 12, 2014 at 1:04 pm

I want nothing more than you all to continue hating dogs with more vigor. Please, continue hating them more and more, succumb further to your fears. I hope that the mere sight of a dog makes you all want to vomit. Dogs are able to “read” a person’s anxiety levels and body language, it’s part of their innate hunting abilities. Have you ever wondered why dogs are maybe aggressive towards you?


nodogs4me March 12, 2014 at 1:14 pm

No.. dogs do not read me properly. They just want to come over and kiss and lick me on the mouth, which is GROSS, They are not in the least aggressive towards me…. if they were it would give me an opportunity to show some love back towards them. I do carry a weapon and am properly licensed, but I don’t shoot animals for the fun of it. so I have never used it. If I were attacked I would not hesitate however. I just want the little shits to keep their distance.. that’s all.

Dragon March 23, 2014 at 11:27 am

hah aha haa other way around genius I am AGGRESSIVE towards dogs …..A FEAR…. not at all but you did get the hate part completely correct. and no it is not the sight that makes us want to vomit it is the smell ..vvvvvery nice try with the reverse psychology but remember we are not stupid and worthless like a dog so it will not work I think you need to go back to your worthless main stream television shows and cheesy movies and research a better plan to get back at us

Dragon March 12, 2014 at 2:56 pm

ha ha haaha aaaa I actually strip naked at my door if i have been contaminated pisses me off but it is pretty funny THE LAIR WILL NOT BE CONTAMINATED EVER ha ha ah aha hahaaa oh my god HOW I HATE dogs!


willko March 12, 2014 at 12:53 pm

Funny, my neighbor thought he was going to do that until I taught his mutts fear and pain. They don’t dare bark when I’m in the yard, and in fact, hide from me.
You’re just another POS dogger who in reality is a fur-slaver who uses his poor beast to threaten and “intimidate” other humans. I make no bones about it, I loathe and despise your entire culture; you should be thankful you don’t live anywhere near me.
FYI, I ripped down a “lost dog” poster taped over a traffic sign today – it’s illegal BTW, to obscure traffic control signs. Typical, dogger behavior.. Hopefully, the coyotes got the little shiteater….


willko March 12, 2014 at 1:46 pm

Doesn’t matter what you think of me, you really have no power and I do. I control my situation and my neighbor’s dogs, that’s what outrages you and all you can do is boast about the size of your shitbag. I’m guessing you have “size’ issues in other departments.
Anyway, It’s not a matter of being “tough”; it’s a matter of outsmarting doggers, and they’re not much smarter than their fleabags. I have to give the mutts some credit though because they understand “discipline” a lot quicker than their owners.


willko March 12, 2014 at 2:30 pm

Well Fido, here’s the thing. This is how you introduced yourself to this site:
“It’s people like you that make me want to be an irresponsible dog owner and allow my dogs to leave excrement on your property and encourage them to intimidate you.”
Those are your words, do you think they make you worthy of some kind of instant respect or intelligent discourse? We frequently get types like you seeking some sort of validation, probably a symptom of staring at your dogs’ assholes too long. It might be a sign that you’re aware of your social and intellectual regression that afflicts most of the dog-owning population. You’re just another dog-worshiping idiot but you just don’t know it….we’re here to remind you.
You have something you need to emotionally defend…I don’t. If you were my negligent dog owning neighbor I would have not an ounce of compassion or understanding for you or your animals…….


nodogs4me March 12, 2014 at 2:12 pm

Listen FIDO.. I can’t seem to make myself any clearer and I am speaking plain English. It IS about the smell, and the shit everywhere and the destructiveness, and the fact that they have inhabited places they are not supposed to be. Keep them off me, my face, my privates and my belongings and we;re fine.


dogsfromhell March 12, 2014 at 5:23 pm

Freak Show Fido:
I applaud you all for expressing your beliefs.
Actually you don’t as you’ve done nothing but flame our site participants for expressing their views and feelings.
Putting pepper spray on your pants……
Yep, it prevents your beast from “putting” saliva, dander and feces on our clothing.
washing all surfaces and items that come into contact with dogs, etc…..
If you want to live like a dirtball, that’s your choice. Why do you care what we do in the privacy of our homes?
It is what I consider to be the strange and fervent expression of hatred towards dogs and their owners, that has made me comment in the way that I have.
I think you made YOURSELF comment in the way that you have. YOU are responsible for your own behavior AND your dog’s.
Maybe if something horrible happened to any of you,
Check out http://www.facebook.com/ProtectChildrenFromPitBulls
to see how “something( aka a dog) horrible happened “ to 1000s of child victims.
I would love to see how you would act if a seeing eye dog was offered to you as your only way of getting around,
Read Christian’s comments for an opinion of someone who is in fact blind. Your comment is based in complete ignorance and bias. Very few blind individuals actually use guide dogs for mobility. They are very capable, independent and rely on their own intelligence, mobility techniques and technology. Your comment invalidates blind people and perpetuates the hero dog myth.
Especially one populated by kind folks who wish death upon lost dogs.
We do not advocate killing or cruelty to animals. However it is DOG OWNERS who in fact kill, torture, abuse, neglect and abandon dogs because of course you must first own and hold captive a dog in order to do these things.
“ what is the real reason you don’t like dogs? “
HaHa This is hysterical! “What is the REAL reason you hate dogs.” Hmmmmm…..perhaps you can ask the aliens or that guy who’s been watching you outside your window. You must be the same dogger who said you would post comments on the site in “code”.
I think there are much deeper, psychological reasons at play here.
I agree. Anyone who is obsessed with a mutt, imagines it is his “family” and believes the thing can teach him something is definitely in need of some therapy.
You should meet a 160 lb Rottweiler and act all tough.
Another dogger attempting to use their dog as a means to intimidate others.

PS Willko’s brain kicks your assbrain any day


dogsfromhell March 12, 2014 at 6:17 pm

Dogs are able to “read” a person’s anxiety levels and body language, it’s part of their innate hunting abilities. Have you ever wondered why dogs are maybe aggressive towards you?

There are NEVER any excuses for dogs attacking humans. The above is standard dog cultist reasoning. It does not take responsibility for an aggressive dog’s behavior and it is yet another example of blaming the victim.Aggressive unsocialized dogs do not belong in residential areas. NO EXCUSES FOR HUNTING HUMANS .

Dragon March 12, 2014 at 2:13 pm

Oh my god just leave your not welcome here no one cares about your beliefs or your stupid mutts if you need that much attention start caring around a small mirror and stare into it for hours



mfatpony@aol.com March 12, 2014 at 1:52 pm

Well that would just make you a normal dog owner wouldn’t it.


Dragon March 12, 2014 at 2:08 pm

Yah well they don’t intimidate me and I have no problem standing my ground and doing whatever it takes to keep my life dog free..plus your just a dic and have no reason to be posting on this website way to try and upset everyone here ..here “FIDO”…get the stick (throws it into a busy freeway)



mfatpony@aol.com March 12, 2014 at 1:58 pm

Do you know what the most resentful animal in the world is. A human that has been offically informed that their yapping mutt needs to be kept quiet. Yessssssssssssssss now the doggie lover has to actually do something about their beloved family pet. Notice the nasty glances and stares they try and intimidate you with , the same one you get in public when you ask nicely , not rude and obnoxious, for them to please keep their dog away from you. It’s occured to me as we see more and more mutts at every event that muzzles off the owners property should be mandatroy.


Christian Woods March 12, 2014 at 2:27 pm

Even now, i was asked about a guide dog for when i move to muncie, and i said No.
“but how are you going to get around in muncie?”
I’ll be able to
“But what about a companion?”
Andrew and Pugsley make good companions.
“But they’re cats! They won’t be able to help you go through the airports and malls if you want to come home for christmas!”
So? that’s what the people who work at the airports/malls and the stuartises are fore.
“ok, but…”
no damn dogs for me! dealwith it!
that’s what happens every time i say no to the idea of a guide dog.
Pluss i’d have to fly from Northern Manitoba to somewhere in Connecticut to do that, which in itself costs a hell of a lot of money, and i’d have to deal with food, board, the fee for the training, and the supplies for a mut.
Sorry, but no seeing eye dog for me, I’m sure i’ll make friends with people in Muncie, i did here and i will there.
so sickening!
The day i get a seeing eye dog will be the day that tails from Sonic comes to life, and my guide will be Tails from sonic, but sinse that ain’t happening, shut up dog cultists!


dogsfromhell March 12, 2014 at 5:52 pm

Crips, you poor dear. You are so tolerant.


nodogs4me March 12, 2014 at 6:03 pm

You are my hero Christian Woods. a blind person who admits, that service dogs are not really necessary, and sometimes even a hindrance. Bravo!!! We need more people like you to stand up and admit this fact. I know a certain person who posted recently said maybe some of us would get blind through an accident of sorts and then we may need a service dog. I hope it never happens, but hell no. as my titles says. NO DOGS 4 ME.


dogsfromhell March 12, 2014 at 7:24 pm

I second that Christian.


Christian Woods March 13, 2014 at 5:08 am

It’s sad that people think that life is like Scooby-Doo. Guess what people it’s not!
I loved scoby-doo as a kid and sometimes still watch it, but infortunately, there are not grate danes that talk and help to solve mysteries, are there? no!
So come into the relm of reality, and except that the world doesn’t have to love/like dogs.
My tolerence is going to start to break if all of this continues. i got 5 more years to spend ehre in Manitoba where two dogs live in my house. Once i get to muncie, if i never meet another dog again, i will be just dandy about it.
Deal with it.


TfromMN March 12, 2014 at 2:39 pm

I’m not the only one?! I HATE dogs! I was reminded of this just now as spring is springing and some ignorant woman lets her 2 ugly terrors run around the pond behind my house without leashes on. And of course they pranced through my yard and she never gave a whistle. The first dog to crap in my yard this year is getting kicked. I would like to put a sign up on all sides that reads “do not let your dog crap in my yard” but I shouldn’t have to. Not to mention, people would purposely have their dogs crap in my yard because I despise it so much. Ugh!


dogsfromhell March 12, 2014 at 5:48 pm

They are such a mean bunch. If you put the sign up they would definitely let the things crap in your yard. I spray animal repellant around the perimeter..its basically pepper wax spray. Home Depot


zoop March 13, 2014 at 12:10 am


I found this article interesting. It basically shows how the pet food industry and humane societies have convinced the public that pet ownership is good for animals, when it most likely isn’t.

Could be a handy link to have whenever someone insists you’re a horrible person if you don’t want to own a dog or cat.


dogsfromhell March 13, 2014 at 7:17 am

Good information written by Charles Danten, a former veterinarian, about pets as fur slaves. Some of his discussion includes pet owners as self-serving and the imagined fantasies of the human bond with dogs. He contends that in spite of human pet pampering, their lives as fur slaves make for a miserable existence. Check out “Slaves of Our Affection”. http://www.katinkahesselink.net/other/danten1.html

“Most people keep their pets for an average of two years, and about 70 per cent of owners eventually abandon their animals. Only 5 per cent of the general population of cats and dogs reach the equivalent of 65 human years. The claim that animal longevity keeps on improving is totally bogus, a well-planned marketing scheme from a very ruthless industry.”/em>


dogsfromhell March 13, 2014 at 7:17 am

Thanks zoop. Welcome to the site. Good info!


dogsfromhell March 13, 2014 at 7:39 am

A few excerpts from Charles Danten discussion of pets as owner serving fur slaves
A veterinarian is responsible for the alteration, maintenance, repair and disposal of a commodity that we are consuming in unprecedented quantities

” ..having a pet spayed is like going to church on Sunday just so we can enjoy sinning throughout the week. It is a form of sentimentalism, a way to continue loving animals without having to pay the price: stop consuming and exploiting them for all the wrong reasons. Spaying and neutering, the possibility of adopting an animal from a shelter, and the existence of animal activists – all these things let us off the hook easy. As long as we adopt a pet from death row and get him neutered, we feel clear of conscience. We feel it’s up to humane societies to do the rest.

“We indulge ourselves in fantasies about the human-pet bond, confident that we’ve done our part to improve the fate of animals. We feel like a part of the solution. But it’s a con. Our society not only condones, but encourages our relationship with pets which is nothing but a subtle form of slavery. Shelters and humane organizations, these agents of virtue play a shamefully important role in this masquerade”.

“…the exploitation of pets operates perversely under the covert of good intentions. Precisely because of that, it is much more cruel by its hypocrisy and sophistication than the more obvious forms of animal cruelty. Our love for animals is a very selfish affair limited to the passions and interests they arouse. Even the humanitarian and the other animal defense groups profit from the exploitation of animals in their own subtle way. Why don’t they include the exploitation of pets in their often violent self-righteous crusade to end animal abuse?”

“We use high sounding words like compassion, humanism, altruism, activism, care and love; they just serve as a verbal smokescreen that hides our tendency to treat not just animals, but other people and nature itself as mere merchandise, as objects of pleasure, comfort and satisfaction”


willko March 13, 2014 at 7:40 am

The article pretty much identifies the psychological perversion of dog ownership. Unfortunately it’s self perpetuating as more and more people choose to disconnect from society and normal evolving human relationships. With the help of the pet industry and their minions I think the intent is to keep the profits flowing by creating a mindless class of consumers who need either a fashionable accessory or a “loyal” companion.


dogsfromhell March 13, 2014 at 7:48 am

I love that at the end of the article he states that he has had a cat for 15 years and when it dies he will never have a pet again. Instead he will appreciate animals in their natural environment. He contends that most of the problems related to pets, he mainly discusses dogs, are due to them being held captive in our environments. I am certain the dog cultists have tried to discredit this man.


dogsfromhell March 13, 2014 at 8:03 am

I have wondered why dog cultists who imagine themselves to be so compassionate towards animals, continue to feed them the flesh of other animals. Danten says some dog food even contains dog remains. Cultists would probably pee themselves if they knew. So for all the trolls reading our site, now you do!


willko March 13, 2014 at 8:23 am

Honest, intelligent, well-thought article by Danten. Pretty much sums up my sentiments and what others have expressed here, exactly.
If only the dog-cultists could receive a mass “cosmic enlightenment” of this sort….meanwhile the war continues.


Christian Woods March 13, 2014 at 2:27 pm

You know, i really think that the reason why people like dogs so much, is because they’re in a fantasy like Scooby-Doo. Now i loved scooby as a kid, and sometimes watch one of the old movies, but that doesn’t mean that i want a grate dane, because they are not capable of solving mysteries and aren’t as smart as scooby is.
The day that i get a dog will be the day that pokemon becomes real, and that dog becomes an arcanine. I’ll also have a Skitty and Meowth, an Azumarill, Ampharos and Haxorus too.
But that ain’t going to happen, is it? so, i don’t need or want a dog.


dogsfromhell March 13, 2014 at 3:44 pm

Speaking of dog shows directed at children, Martha Speaks is serious dog cultist propaganda. At first I thought it was just another cartoon about a dog doing things like Scooby doo that of course a dog could never do, but Martha has a social agenda and is not ashamed to promote it. Martha is herself a rescue and alleged to be part pit bull. The character is portrayed as a super-smart mutt with heroic qualities. There are even lesson plans for educators to help children learn how dogs communicate. Martha of course supports shelters and rescuing other dogs. Thank god for TV parental controls.


Christian Woods March 14, 2014 at 6:54 am

I actually hear that someone whom the people who make Martha Speaks sometimes has on the show, Linda Sorrenson or however you spell her name, doesn’t like dogs one bit. the only reason she dose it is because she likes children.
So even a cast member of that show all be it a minor voice actor doesn’t like dogs one bit.
How do i know? She used to live near where i live now.


Christian Woods March 14, 2014 at 6:58 am

I can’t believe that dog’s name is Martha.
Martha is the name of a human. it’d be like naming my cat Carolyn or Sturgis, which are people names.
Yeah, so is Andrew, but Martha for a dog? Martha’s the name of an old lady that lives down the streat, not a rescue pitbull.


nodogs4me March 13, 2014 at 7:18 pm

It seems we don’t have enough damn dogs in this country. F&*%K!


Canetoad March 14, 2014 at 6:05 am

And just LOOK at the emotive language used in the article! “While it took some time to get the puppy paperwork in order, apparently all the paws have been dotted and the tails crossed, and now Kenworthy’s adorably furry pals are en route to Denver.” Puppy paperwork? Paws dotted and tails crossed? Adorable furry pals? America has enough strays, from what I’ve read, and they’re being put down left right and centre, much to the angst of dog worshippers. Yet this article doesn’t reflect this – everything has to be oh-so-cute-and-cuddly. Thankfully the Sochi strays don’t appear to have made it to the UK. Yet.


Christian Woods March 14, 2014 at 7:02 am

Good grief, the sochi puppies are coming to America? god no! Please tell me this is fake, please? pleaseeeee?


Christian Woods March 14, 2014 at 7:08 am

Why do i have to listen to stories about why dogs are so great, and how people love their dogs, yet when i go to tell people how much i love my cats Andrew and Pugsley, they act like i need to go see the lady exorcist?
I listened to their dog stories all day long even though i’m not a dog person, so why can’t i say “I prefer cats” without being looked at as if a demon is possessing me? and yet i’m supposed to agree with them.
well, obviously i don’t, and they can’t except it. Wll they’re going to have to if they want to be taken seriously.
It’s a message that has been reiterated on this forum many times over, respect our opinion and we’ll respect yours.
I don’t know how people can like dogs, but i respect their oppinions. Alls i ask, is that you respect mine too.


nodogs4me March 14, 2014 at 7:24 am

I hear that Christian, and it is so much the way it is. I have a cat, (he just showed up in my yard, and stayed this past fall), There are people who can say they hate cats, and it is accepted with no explanation necessary, It is just assumed that a lot of people hate cats. But can you or I say we hate dogs, without getting thought of as being deranged, a threat to society or some other god awful thing??? It’s a double standard. The huge difference however is that if someone came to visit hates cats. I can assure you that my cat will be nowhere to be seen. He will not put his nose in crotches. He will not jump on or drool on my guests, and he definitely won’t lick their faces. He will likely run and hide somewhere while they are here. There are no litter pans or food dishes in the house, and he does his business outside, and I don’t even know where. He buries it and I have never seen it. I think that is a huge difference. but I can’t make people like him if they don’t. Just that he won’t bother them at all. I would like it if that were the case at dog owner’s homes


Canetoad March 14, 2014 at 8:51 am

Oh, dear. A woman in Australia chained her little dog up in its kennel overnight so that it wouldn’t bother wildlife and it was eaten by a snake … and the snake still had the chain protruding from its mouth along with a dog-shaped fat belly! In a sense this is unfortunate because (a) the owner kept the dog outside and (b) chained it overnight so that it couldn’t devour wildlife, so that’s two things she was doing right (assuming that the dog didn’t bark at an unearthly hour). Only problem was, the wildlife devoured the dog. The comments section is full of the usual platitudes from breast-beating and wailing dog worshippers about how cruel she was to keep the dog outside. But the prize for best comment goes to the dog worshipper who said that she should sue the owner of the snake. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2580712/Dog-eaten-kennel-2-5-metre-python-distraught-owner-finds-snake-leash-dangling-mouth.html


nodogs4me March 14, 2014 at 9:54 am

That’s really too bad when stuff like that happens, because the woman was doing just as she should do. Keep the dog outside. This will only encourage dog addicts to keep them indoors all the time. It’s no wonder they are so destructive indoors, they are not MEANT to be an indoor animal. You can bet when she replaces Fifi, that new mutt will be in the house every night.


Christian Woods March 15, 2014 at 6:18 am

Sean Lennon commentates on a video about having sex with dogs:

now note, it i believe doesn’t actually show people having sex with dogs, but what Sean is commentating on is someone defending it.
PS according to a radio show, this user is Sean Ono Lennon.
Just watch


nodogs4me March 15, 2014 at 7:04 pm

I wouldn’t have a dog to begin with, but it would have been out of the house that day. The bed must have been smelling of dog for them to set up the camera. They don’t listen and cannot be trained.



Canetoad March 16, 2014 at 3:52 am

I just loved it when the cat took a swipe at it!


nodogs4me March 16, 2014 at 6:28 am

Yeah., that was funny. See me, I would have to change the bed, before I got in it, and the dog would be at the nearest pound that evening.


nodogs4me March 15, 2014 at 11:13 pm

I was talking to my sister the other day. Interesting phone call. Since she and her husband retired they are spending more time in the south over the winter, than they have in past years. I asked her how long she was gonna be down here in she said they would be headed back north, mid to late April. So I mentioned something about a visit, and she said they cannot leave the dogs alone, and they can’t afford a kennel. I mean they are an hour away at most and they are saying they cannot leave the dogs for a few hours????? I mean it is ridiculous. People have really become sick in the head over these things, where their flesh and blood family means nothing, over these shit bags they have had less than a year. To me, if there is a will there is a way. but obviously the mutts take precedence. I don’t know what is wrong with people, but I never heard of such thing when we were younger. I know some of you have similar experiences…..


Canetoad March 16, 2014 at 3:48 am

They need to shove them in crates for a couple of hours. Then they won’t wreck the house and they won’t pee or poop (and we ALL know that dogs never pee or poop in their crate – ha! ha!). What harm are they going to come to? None! I agree with you entirely. I will not allow dogs in my house but thankfully I don’t have any relatives with dogs, so this problem doesn’t arise. I would be pretty hurt, to be honest, to have family put their dogs (if they had them) ahead of me!


nodogs4me March 16, 2014 at 6:26 am

You are very fortunate Canetoad. You know, we are not getting any younger, and you just never know. It is mind boggling that these thing have taken complete precedence in their lives. I am unfortunate in that I have few relatives left, a brother and a sister, and both have multiple dogs. Sister had a cat for many years, and when they came south, they never took the cat with them, Always took the airlines, and left the cat to be cared for by neighbors. The dogs,, my god, they drove 1200 miles so the precious mutts could be with them. And now they can’t leave the dear things in the house for a few hours even. Yeah, it is created a huge rift in what was left of the family, but nothing I can do. Apparently, their little dears are more meaningful to them, than I am. I have to accept and move on. I just need to make sure they are not reflected in my will. Just doesn’t seem fitting.


dogsfromhell March 16, 2014 at 9:53 am

It must be some sort of obsessive attention seeking addiction that fur slavers are introduced to when they obtain a dog. Just watching their behavior is surreal. The thing will be up their ass constantly while the fur owner feigns discipline and/or annoyance. They never seem to do anything that effectively curbs the annoyance. Sometimes allege to want to get rid of it but when presented with a means to do so decline. They love it. I guess some people need to be needed at any cost.


dogsfromhell March 16, 2014 at 9:54 am

It must be some sort of obsessive attention seeking addiction that fur slavers are introduced to when they obtain a dog. Just watching their behavior is surreal. The thing will be up their ass constantly while the fur owner feigns discipline and/or annoyance. They never seem to do anything that effectively curbs the annoyance. Sometimes allege to want to get rid of it but when presented with a means to do so, decline. They love it. I guess some people need to be needed at any cost.


Christian Woods March 16, 2014 at 7:21 am

Attention! come on! notice me!
Cat growls: oh good grief.
Dog: Notice me! come on! what’s going on!
Cat attacks.
Dog: “Holey f***ing shit! heeeeeeeeeelp!”
Cat: “ANd they call us cats the pussies. get away from me you pathetic piece of shit!”
Cat: “Don’t you dair come near me!”


nodogs4me March 16, 2014 at 7:35 am

LOL., That’s funny. You know the more I see stuff like this, the more it reinforces my disdain of them. There is absolutely NOTHING to like about a dog.


NotaDogPerson March 16, 2014 at 10:45 am

I’m so glad to know I’m not alone on this issue. I’d never had a dog and then when I passed the Bar exam in 2011 my husband and I got a German Shepherd. Sweet dog don’t get me wrong, no problems but that all changed when I had a baby last year. For some reason I became extremely nervous around the dog and didn’t want him near the baby and now I’m pregnant again. In addition to the shedding and picking up dog poop, I can’t handle not being able to pay attention to my kid(s) because the dog is jealous and wants attention. So it turned out that he was pretty much in his crate most of the time and I was getting zero enjoyment out of having him around. I finally convinced my husband to let me adopt him out to my coworker and everything is going great. It caused some marital discord but my stress level is WAY down now. My husband’s mom has 4 chihuahuas and they drive me up the wall, I hate them! It just sucks how some people treat you like crap or like you’re a bad person if you don’t like dogs. We have a cat that can be annoying but he’s totally fine and we shave him so he doesn’t shed… other than feeding he takes care of himself. I just had to vent about this so thanks for reading!


Canetoad March 16, 2014 at 12:20 pm

Well done. Dogs and babies just don’t mix and there’s always a chance that a jealous dog will maul the baby. As for this sort of thing …. http://thelaughingstork.com/blog/2012/08/13/getting-the-official-slurp-of-approval/


dogsfromhell March 16, 2014 at 1:07 pm

OMG Canetoad…I was just going to eat. I think I have lost my appetite. AGGGHHHHH!


nodogs4me March 16, 2014 at 1:15 pm

Yuck… I have no words. I would likely vomit!


NotaDogPerson March 16, 2014 at 1:24 pm



nodogs4me March 16, 2014 at 11:09 am

I find it interesting to read these letters, and particularly the ones from a spouse who happens to be stuck living with a mutt, because the other half insists on one. I tried that route once and had to leave the relationship, despite everything else being fine. That’s just me. It’s really sad when there are children, and undoubtedly, someone ends up suffering in silence.

What is it, that created our society thinking that a family can not be complete, without having a shitbag dog?? What is it? I mean it seems to be like there is an unwritten law that if you have a family, you must have at least one dog. I am glad the last woman who wrote was able to adopt out the pet to someone else, because if the nasty thing was already jealous of one baby, a second one on the way could be problems. I applaud her solving her issue, but most people don’t. They just try to deal with it. People who don’t want dogs NEED to keep standing for their own sanity. I also believe that small children and animals don’t mix, and the decision to get a pet should come later, when everyone understands what it entails. Better for everyone’s interest that way.


NotaDogPerson March 16, 2014 at 12:05 pm

Agreed. It was like I didn’t know dogs weren’t for me till I had one myself. I have bad anxiety issues and they became really exacerbated. My house constantly felt dirty even after I vacuumed and stuff and it was always something. Granted we got a big dog right off the bat and my husband grew up with dogs whereas I grew up with just cats. It was okay at first until we had a baby and then taking care of the dog started falling squarely on me. I don’t blame the dog per se but it wasn’t a good fit anymore. The fact that my husband was attached to him and I wasn’t tells me that I just don’t like dogs and there’s nothing wrong with that. I refuse to feel bad about it! I don’t miss having a dog, I’d rather just focus on my kids.


dogsfromhell March 16, 2014 at 1:04 pm

Bravo to you. I applaud people who enjoy their own species aka their kids :) There is so much pressure to accept dogs. You don’t have to have anxiety issues to feel your house is dirty when you have a dog. Just because you can’t see the filth left by a dog’s bare asshole on your rugs, furniture and bedding doesn’t mean it does not exist. So sorry you had to feel anxious because of a dog. I can’t tell you how many people have reported their anxiety level INCREASED because of a dog. Pretty much takes “pet therapy” out of the equation.


NotaDogPerson March 16, 2014 at 12:17 pm

I also forgot to mention that my husband isn’t one of those crazy dog people who makes me feel guilty, in fact we hardly talk about it. He’s just as annoyed as me if not more so when we have a holiday and go to my mother in law’s house, only to deal with her 4 dogs jumping all over us plus everyone else brings their dogs because they’re all small… so I’m talking like 8-10 dogs on Thanksgiving for Christ’s sake. And I’m supposed to just deal with that?


Al March 16, 2014 at 11:52 am

Reading these comments makes me love dogs and hate humans even more.


Canetoad March 16, 2014 at 12:13 pm

Oh dear. How very sad. Keep taking the medication.


dogsfromhell March 16, 2014 at 12:54 pm

Fur slavers usually have difficulty with human relationships. Don’t blame it on our comments. You are not compelled to hang out here nor read what we have to say. I don’t think you would like humans more if you stopped trolling our site. :)


dogsfromhell March 16, 2014 at 1:10 pm

Al, Take Canetoad’s advice. And don’t go out in public until you have resolved your phobia.


willko March 16, 2014 at 6:59 pm

“hate humans even more”
Al is a clinical study in dog-worship…
Thanks for validating this site, Al….please continue to comment…


nodogs4me March 17, 2014 at 4:35 pm

And reading yours makes me hate people who OWN dogs even more. Inconsiderate assholes.


nodogs4me March 16, 2014 at 2:49 pm

If people would only band together to help each other as much as they do for mutts,,,, we may have a better world.


nodogs4me March 16, 2014 at 3:23 pm

And if we needed more good news for the day, here is an article on how laws are changing in favor of pit bulls….. good thing you live in the UK Canetoad…


christine March 16, 2014 at 11:24 pm

Not all dog owners are pyschopathic mentally obessed human beings. Its good to have a dog with me. Cuddle when its cold. Take on walks when im bored. Play with when im cheery. Protect me when i feel scared and make me all round happy. I love dogs, you hate dogs, we have our differences. But i dont feel the need to make a site about it and complain about how much you hate them. Honestly.


dogsfromhell March 17, 2014 at 7:09 am

No need to visit then. Snuggle with your smelly Crap-o-Matic and find a site that appreciates your significant other. BTW, turn the heat up a little and get yourself a security system. It will be cheaper. If you are not feeling happy, therapy will help. In the meantime, shut your bark machine up.


nodogs4me March 17, 2014 at 7:24 am

I love this site. I didn’t create it, but I think it’s a wonderful place to be able to discuss these things. There are sites for everything pretty much and many for those that love dogs. and some for people that hate cats. So why not? I find it therapeutic. that simple. To be able to freely say the things I find disgusting about dogs really feels relieving, to know that we are not alone. I know I certainly don’t choose to hate dogs any more that you can choose to like them, It just is, I have never said that I WON’T visit people with dogs but I feel completely violated and dirty when I do, so I do my best to keep it as limited as possible. I am gonna try the pepper spray on my clothing next time I feel forced to go somewhere, because hopefully that will keep them off of me. Let me ask you this?? Do you allow your guests or anyone to sit their bare ass on your furnishings, especially after they took a shit and didn’t wash?? Kind of gross, huh? Why do people think dog’s asses belong on everything. I don’t let humans kiss me with their tongue, why should i allow a dog? They do eat shit and vomit. They are just plain disgusting creatures. Not saying you haven’t the right to like them, Just saying, we don’t all share that sentiment, and learn to show a little respect for others who happen to not want them in our face. And dogsfromhell, you do have the better approach. Trying to talk with respect doesn’t work for these people because they are so deluded and don’t get it.


dogsfromhell March 17, 2014 at 8:36 am


That’s a great post. At some point I just run out of patience with these people. They imagine we arbitrarily hate dogs. Its all the same ball of wax. They don’t take responsibility and they don’t know it. You just have to wonder what makes them so insensitive.


nodogs4me March 17, 2014 at 8:56 am

Obviously, their noses aren’t sensitive either.. :)


dogsfromhell March 17, 2014 at 9:10 am

You what truly gets me… When they state, “My dog doesn’t bark”. That’s ludicrous. ALL dogs bark. And as dog cultists will tell you, “That’s what dogs do”. They’ve just turned a deaf ear to it. Someone on this site said and it might have been you, how would you like it if someone shouted the same word at you for 15 minutes? Even if its for 5 minutes! Time just stands still as you wait and wait and wait for the freakin’ thing to shut up so you can actually have a thought. Then the next fur slave starts. Again maybe for only 5 minutes but that’s just for the first crap session. There are 13 dogs on my block. 6 are pit bulls and 1 is some kind of wolf dog. The guy across the street has 2 beagles which are bred to bark.The idiots behind me just got a pit bull and the German Shepard that is on the next block down can be heard for blocks away. I live in a trendy artsy community. Taxes are not cheap here. I am so ready to move the hades out of here and escape these demons. I have a nice house in a great location but I’m surrounded by these wrecked beasts, thus my screen name.


nodogs4me March 17, 2014 at 9:29 am

Believe me I completely understand. I don’t live in a great community, but thankfully I am on a good sized piece of land (close to an acre) that is fenced. It is a residential neighborhood, though and honestly I don’t know how many dogs there are total on this block, just that there is at least 18 in just the surrounding properties, and like clockwork, there is a certain dog that starts it all in the evening especially, though anything could trigger it at other times. I was thankful that the huge black monster across the street is gone, because that thing would use my unfenced driveway as a toilet instead of their yard. It was most of the time loose and very intimidating. Lots of pits in this neighborhood because it is a dog that appeals to people who want to appear tough. And then we have a guy who rescues yappy dogs, and they can be annoying as hell, because he has like 7.. and geez,,you just want to throw a grenade over there to shut the the eff up.The chorales I get in the middle of the night are also disturbing. I don’t understand how their owners can sleep if they are so obnoxiously bothering me and I am not on their side of the street even, It is not just a little ‘woof’. It is on and on and on.So no I understand.

willko March 17, 2014 at 10:41 am

You state “Not all dog owners are psychopathic mentally obsessed human beings” (I took the liberty of correcting the misspelling but we know what you meant)
Then you proceed to clearly explain your obvious “obsession”. It seems you need a dog to feel happy, feel secure, play with, and be warm. Dog-lovers are simple-minded folk and that’s mostly the problem; they seem to rejoice in their own ignorance and delusion to the exclusion of others; why I consider most of you self-absorbed assholes.
You don’t need a dog, try a good friend or two who can help you grow emotionally and socially instead. Or as DFH states, turn up the heat, wear a sweater and get a security system-cleaner and cheaper. The thought of “cuddling” with a fur covered anal gland is nauseating. You folks are primitive throwbacks….


Canetoad March 17, 2014 at 3:11 pm

Especially when the anal gland is blocked. This, from a dog lovers’ site: “My dog has to have these “drained” every few months. We can tell by a strong fishy smell. Draining is “easy”, but gross. It literally squirts and just easier to have it done at the vet.” If that is your idea of how wonderful it is to have a dog, count me out.


Canetoad March 18, 2014 at 2:03 am

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT A video to show what filthy, disgusting animals dogs are. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmeb-vTf6Cg Moral of the story: don’t allow the dog on the sofa or the bed.


K.N. April 1, 2014 at 4:17 pm

This is the stuff of nightmares. Who in hell would want a dog after finding out about the anal gland thing? Is this why dogs are always dragging their filthy asses all over the carpet?

nodogs4me March 17, 2014 at 9:47 am

Yeah, this is the point, we are trying to make.. and is just wrong. Shit, I am have emotional support Longhorn BULL, why can’t he be registered. This is plain wrong..


Canetoad March 17, 2014 at 3:16 pm

And when the emotional support mutt is no more, they will probably be so grief-stricken that they’ll be even more wrecked than they would have been without the dog – their indulged PET – in the first place. And as they need so much emotional support, take their gun licence away.


Canetoad March 17, 2014 at 3:24 pm
nodogs4me March 17, 2014 at 3:28 pm

Thanks.. I just signed.


dogsfromhell March 17, 2014 at 4:14 pm

Canetoad, Great! I signed it.


mfatpony@aol.com March 31, 2014 at 2:26 pm

Thank you , just signed it.
Next should be permits that limit which animals can be carted into grocery stores and any other place that normall prohibits dogs.
I don’t want to deprive anyone of a needed resource. On the other hand three unwashed gross mutts on a scooter in the grocery store is beyond belief. So was the pittbull on a 6 foot lead crashing through shoppers while the jerk holding the leash smiled. Tell me that wasn’t a crock of dog crap.


Canetoad April 4, 2014 at 12:44 pm

I just clicked on this link to have another look and the content is now unavailable. I wonder why?


nodogs4me March 17, 2014 at 5:18 pm
Canetoad March 18, 2014 at 2:14 am

“Diane Tracy, president of the Working Alaskan Malamute Club of Manitoba says she was shocked to hear of the tragedy, saying such violence is out of character for that breed of dog.” Yeah, yeah. Same breed of dog that killed six-day-old Eliza-Mae Mullane in Wales recently. And look at the comments on this story. Clearly it was the child’s fault as she hadn’t studied dog behaviour to degree level. When will dog owners get it into their heads that they, and they alone, are responsible for ensuring that their indulged pets do not pester, maul or kill people?


nodogs4me March 18, 2014 at 5:00 am

It will NEVER NEVER NEVER EVER be the dog’s fault. I have come to the realization that people will never wake up.


Canetoad March 18, 2014 at 5:15 am

And here’s more on the dog attack that left a young girl critically injured in New Zealand recently. “Whakatane’s mayor says some dog breeds should be banned after a 7-year-old girl was mauled in a dog attack in Murupara yesterday.

“I believe there’s some dogs out there that have got that fighting technique streak in them and shouldn’t be around,” Tony Bonne told Radio New Zealand this morning.”

Hmm. Someone seems FINALLY to be admitting that sometimes it IS the dog’s fault. I’m utterly shocked! How can this be? We all know (because the cultists keep telling us) that all dogs are as soft as butter! http://www.nzherald.co.nz/dog-attacks/news/article.cfm?c_id=575&objectid=11213507


nodogs4me March 18, 2014 at 5:42 am

In other countries, people sometimes do recognize dogs fot what they are, but here in the US… no way. dogs are sacred ground.

nodogs4me March 17, 2014 at 5:21 pm
Canetoad March 18, 2014 at 10:12 am

Another dog has been dispatched by a snake in Australia! It seems they are snacking on Maltese terrier crosses at the moment. Interesting that the owner is holding up the snake and smiling! I think she seems a practical sort who takes things in her stride but is there an element of “I hate my dog” here?! http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2582498/Another-Australian-python-devours-pet-dog-time-Queensland.html?login#readerCommentsCommand-message-field I could do with ordering a couple of these for my neighbour’s yappy little mutts.


willko March 18, 2014 at 2:32 pm

“Alyssa Milano just told me I could help save a child for just 50 cents a day, but then Sarah McLaughlin came on after and told me I could save an animal for just 60 cents a day.”
The cultists claim adoption fees are high because of care, feeding, shots, spaying, etc. Of course they don’t mention the CEO’s salary either, nor the ASPCA’s influence in perpetuating the overpopulation of pets and collusion with the pet industry. Interestingly, the ASPCA crafted animal cruelty laws in the 19th century, long before any child abuse laws came into existence. IMO, they and the other “rescue” organizations are criminal enterprises, unwilling to advocate real animal welfare laws and ,in fact, only perpetuate the problem. Why change when you can have a convenient system for the idiot masses who claim to be “animal lovers” satisfy their conscience. The entire concept/system is corrupt and does nothing but help the industry bottom line, there’s no real morality to it.
Most of these cretins would choose a fleabag over a starving child anyway, just like the way they choose the murdering dog after it has killed a child. What a disgusting sub-culture……


dogsfromhell March 18, 2014 at 8:28 pm

There’s Big Money in Rescuing Dogs

The ASPCA CEO earned over $600,000.00 in 2013. This is his salary for only 5 months
of year 2013.

See PART VII Line 25

PRES.& CEO UNTIL MAY 31, 2013 $591,723, plus 49,798 (other compensation)
The COO earned just under $500,000.00
These salaries are high even by non-profit standards


mfatpony@aol.com March 31, 2014 at 2:30 pm

The fees are high because they spend thousands to save a dog or cat that should have been humanely euthanised. Have you watched the commercials. One of the reason I no longer dontate to any charity. Let Sarah cough the money up to fix a dog with broken bones and cancer.


Canetoad March 19, 2014 at 1:09 pm

Here is an example of a dog starved to death by a DOG OWNER (not a dogless dog hater, note). The owner shut it in the kitchen for a week and went to stay with her mother. Who would want to shit a – sorry, shut a – dog in a kitchen for a minute, let alone a week? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2584432/Pet-dog-starved-death-horrific-conditions-trainee-lawyer-specialising-medical-negligence-locked-animal-kitchen-week-went-work.html


dogsfromhell March 19, 2014 at 2:03 pm

Canetoad ,

Thanks for helping the dog worshipping trolls to realize again that it is DOG OWNERS, not the dogless, who are responsibility for killing and abusing their “family”. And how about this looney toon that performed a C-section on a dog, then tried to seal up its wounds with glue. What is wrong with these people??!


Canetoad March 21, 2014 at 8:26 am
bluewatj March 19, 2014 at 4:08 pm

dogsfromhell, please don’t leave just because of these ignorant cultists. I would recommend buying hornet spray instead, because wherever you go, there will be a hybrid. Until we start getting aggressive, the doggers will keep inflicting their beasts on us.


dogsfromhell March 19, 2014 at 8:29 pm

If I happened to ever find a place on the planet that was dog free, I would continue to speak out against dogs because of all the other people who are afflicted by them.


bluewatj March 19, 2014 at 4:40 pm

I want to use hornet spray on dogs that chase me on my bike, but what if the wind makes it get in my eye instead? Is there a safe way of defending myself against aggressive dogs?


dogsfromhell March 19, 2014 at 8:27 pm

Throw some chicken bones so the little scavengers will go and chase after them.


The first anon March 22, 2014 at 1:02 am

Tasers I guess, if they’re legal where you live.


mfatpony@aol.com March 31, 2014 at 2:33 pm

the small wooden bats sold as tire checkers at truck stops. put a good wrist strap on it and use it to swing the bat. easier to carry than spray or a baseball bat.


bluewatj April 1, 2014 at 12:13 pm

Thanks for the suggestions, I’d like to teach the cultists that they don’t own the road.


mfatpony@aol.com April 10, 2014 at 3:59 pm

Always be very careful to not hit the spokes of your bike. If you’re walking a metal cane with a good hard hammer like grip works just like that on a dog. Don’t swing with the stick end of a walking stick. use that handle as a skull splitter. Roads and sidewalks are public no matter how long someone has lived somewhere and ‘ always let the dogs roam’. excuse is used. Parks are for everyone’s use just like fairs and other outdoor events.


Realist March 20, 2014 at 1:56 pm

I know this is a hate site, and I shouldn’t bring other perspectives to a zealots table, but don’t you think you guys could advance your cause by being a little more respectful to dog owners? I strongly dislike kids, for all the same reasons you guys hate dogs. Most parents have no business parenting, and a lot of kids grow up to be killers. Shitting all over them in a public forum will not change the situation. Trying to ban people from having kids will not fix the situation either. I have learned to live with other people and their customs because I am part of a greater society. I find it hard to believe that anyone would politely say to a dog owner ‘I don’t like dogs, can you please keep your distance from me’, and the dog owner would respond by throwing his dog in your face. I suspect there may be some assholes in this world that would do that, but common sense tells me they would be few and far between. Next time you are offended because someone brings a dog in ear/eye shot of you, consider how offended they may be by you perfume/cologne/style of dress/skin color/accent/etc. If they tolerate you, the least you can do is tolerate them. Have a nice day!


Canetoad March 20, 2014 at 3:13 pm

Kids don’t crap everywhere. I’ve never trodden in kid crap in my local park but my kids sure have trodden in dog crap. Kids don’t bite except in a minor sort of way. Read any news reports lately of a kid biting someone’s face off? Me neither. You don’t like kids and that is your choice, so why don’t you seem to understand that some people don’t like dogs?


dogsfromhell March 20, 2014 at 4:24 pm

This isn’t a “hate” site. It is an Assert Your Boundaries site. Doggers cannot fathom that there is a community of people on earth who might not want contact with their fur slave. In addition, you make the common cultist mistake of equating dogs with children, This is because you imagine that your fur slaves are your children aka family. They are another species that has been held captive in an environment they are not compatible with. Your own personal need to humanize another species causes you to imagine you are comparing like with like.

But indulging you for the moment, dogs remain dependent, needy and infantilized for their entire existence. Most are for the purpose of providing dog slavers with whatever they seek emotionally. Humans on the other hand usually evolve into socialized productive members of society. Dogs are never truly socialized. They are unpredictable, largely uncontrollable and prone to aggression. Dogs are responsible for 1000s of human attacks every year in the US alone. They often kill and maim. A large majority of their victims are children. This is a very sad statistic indeed. Unsocialized dogs often approach humans depositing saliva, dander and feces gleaned from their own crotch lapping. Children on the other hand typically are wary of strangers as a survival behavior. Dogs foul our water, earth and even our air quality. As Canetoad points out, when was the last time you stepped in child poop at your local park. Dogs sit their bare freshly crapped assholes on rugs, furniture and bedding. Children wear diapers. Dogs are routinely permitted to behave as bark, whine and howl machines. If children behaved this way they would be asked to leave school. If left home alone crying all day they would be removed by child protective services.

Well “Realist” , I think you get the idea or maybe I am giving you too much credit.

Lastly, we have observed that many dog cultists have difficulty with human relations. Your dislike for children is concerning and may even be a form of self hatred since after all children are humans. To review, dogs are not human. Children are human. Comparing dogs to children is faulty reasoning. I believe the reality check is yours.


willko March 20, 2014 at 4:29 pm

I have absolutely no respect for dog-owners or their fleabags, so don’t get your hopes up. Their fleabags are stupid inbred creatures that serve no purpose other than an accessory for idiot consumers with under-developed social and emotional skills, and lacking in the barest amount of civility. We’re smart enough to know it doesn’t matter if we “hate” a dog; a dog doesn’t care or understand what we think. However, I personally loathe and despise doggers. Your plea for mutual respect and tolerance (routinely exploited by doggers) hasn’t worked for most of us here or society at large. Doggers continue to invade, corrupt, compromise, pollute, and endanger normal and civil society. The idea of a cult of regressive social miscreants and mindless “pet” consumers who worship the dog, as if some sacred cow, has to be met with equal “zeal”. We’re here to reveal the world of ignorance and stupidity you doggers seem to embrace. We are way more evolved -socially, emotionally and intellectually than any dogger who shows up here. In fact, we don’t know why you folks even bother with this site, you consistently get your asses handed to you. Go preach on a dogger site, try to educate the flock….
Read retired veterinarian Danten (previous post) for a clear explanation- if you have the huevos…


dogsfromhell March 20, 2014 at 5:51 pm

Willko makes some compelling points Realist. No one is more zealous that the dog worshipping sub-culture of dog cultists. And yes, there is absolutely no “mutual respect” demonstrated by doggers. If doggers respected the boundaries of others there would be no need for a site like this. Frankly, we could care less what you do in the privacy of your own home. If you want to have dogs, want to humanize dogs or want to have sex with dogs…who cares? Just keep them away from us. The problem is, doggers have no idea what that means. They clearly have difficulty comprehending boundaries. It is why they can’t maintain an appropriate relationship with a species they have enslaved. It follows that they cannot understand the concept of appropriate boundaries with other humans. As Willko states, “Doggers continue to invade, corrupt, compromise, pollute, and endanger normal and civil society”


bluewatj March 20, 2014 at 6:58 pm

Realist, no amount of cajoling will change/influence our opinion. You are yet another hypocrit who hates your own species, the only difference is that children are younger than us. Dogs don’t do anything useful in our society, they are basically scavengers. You may also want to consider that this is a dog haters site. I know exactly what your trying to do. You are tricking us into thinking that dogs aren’t so bad, nice try cultist.


mfatpony@aol.com March 31, 2014 at 2:37 pm

Translation, I have a nasty barking dog that I expect everyone else to put up with.


Canetoad March 21, 2014 at 1:13 pm

Had to laugh at this! You know how real estate agents sometimes bend the truth a little bit to sell houses? Like, ‘small garden’ means a 6′ x 4′ patio? Well, it seems that dog shelters and dog-do-gooders use the phrase ‘not yet house trained’ for dogs well beyond poopyhood to mean ‘it shits everywhere’.



dogsfromhell March 21, 2014 at 2:14 pm

And how about “ I should be in an adult-only home“…Translation: “I am an aggressive territorial predator who will rip the face off of any child who comes within 20 feet of me.” It is just unconscionable that rehoming businesses market these demons to the public. Whether the thing is in a home or out for walk, the point is, it’s child aggressive. It’s an attack waiting to happen. Shame on them!


willko March 21, 2014 at 4:36 pm

There was a time when only a dedicated dog-owner who maybe lived in a rural area might have a dog of this type, or some of the other aggressive breeds. Most of the doggers at that time had working breeds -and they worked them, mostly hunting type dogs.I know when growing up most normal folks who had a dog usually had a nondescript mutt that was usually in the background somewhere; seems a dog was just a dog back then and mostly outside. I grew up in the semi-rural west, I do remember a lot of Australian Shepard types. A pit, German Shepard, Rottie or other dangerous breed was almost unheard of. Somewhere along the way a crop of people with low self-esteem and low IQ popped up and assumed the guise of “animal lovers” to give them some credibility. In the meantime the bodies keep piling up, quality of life diminishes and the pet industry bottom line grows.
If there is a god and a hell, I’m hoping the Seventh Circle of Hell is reserved for these rescuers who forfeited their real humanity long ago.


The first anon March 22, 2014 at 1:25 am

It was about the 50s or 60s that pet animals started to become popular. Apparently it started in France and then fanned out to the US. The pet industry has boomed ever since, because it’s easy for them to convince people their pets should be treated like part of the family. I think it works best on cat and dog owners, but since dogs have been elevated to such a sacred status (largely due to the industry) they’re the ultimate cash cow, used over and over again to make a point that loving dogs = good person. To the point where you can’t say anything negative about dogs. Today I shared the bus with three dogs, not one a service dog. The terrier owner was off her rocker…she definitely treats dogs like children. Another dog was whining behind me the entire trip. But if I’d said something, I’d have been the bad guy…….

The pet industry, like all major corporations, cares more about revenue than the individual consumer. It seems the more dangerous dogs attack (looking at pit bulls especially here), the more they work to prove “it’s all the owner”. Go to the bookstore, the book section of the pet store, turn on the TV, take a trip to the pound…they’ve found subtle ways to indoctrinate the idea that pit bulls are misunderstood wigglebutts. I kinda just tune out people who try to get me to adopt one or give them a chance…though I do have a cat, so I have to purchase from the pet industry anyway.


dogsfromhell March 22, 2014 at 5:43 am

Dogs are far more profitable than cats for the pet industry. They cost more to purchase, consume more food and have more products related to them for sale.


nodogs4me March 22, 2014 at 6:03 am

The profitability of marketing pets is very interesting. People are constantly being programmed and told what they should wear, eat, have in their homes etc. It’s no different with the pet industry. I have said many times that there just was not as many dogs when I was growing up as there are now. People are struggling enough as it is, keeping their own families fed, and bills paid. It’s like there is no real reason to have dogs, except that people have been taught to believe it and accepted as a norm.
I don’t really know how this trend will change given the corporate greed in existence today.
Another thing that I find ironic, not really related to the subject above, but is in the sense that it takes a lot of resources to keep so many dogs alive. I have a number of friends who are vegans, and most are vegans because they don’t want animals being hurt for their consumption. Okay, you probably know where this is going, but It’s one of those things that makes me pull hair out of my head. Most of those vegans I know, are huge animal rescue types, the kind that post every homeless dog on facebook, and have many dogs as well. They are vegan activist AND they are dog rescue activists. Well, by encouraging all these dogs to be kept alive and for people to have multiple dogs they are also encouraging MEAT CONSUMPTION, and the need for more head of cattle, etc. But I thought these people didn’t think it was okay for us to eat cattle. Yeah I am confused because what they are encouraging goes against what they are discouraging, which is factory farming. Sorry I am rambling, but I get very tired of these people trying to make me feel guilty for eating something they will gladly feed their shit bags with. Sigh

mfatpony@aol.com March 24, 2014 at 5:46 pm

Only a fool drags a dog into their home. Only an idiot gets a grown baby eater.


nodogs4me March 21, 2014 at 8:36 pm

Every day it seems we are losing this battle as the priorities of dogs goes up and humans down. We have way too many problems in the US to worry about this shit. Oh man, people are praising this everywhere. Yeah for the politicians. Yeah… like where is the economy and the jobs. Lot of things wrong, but like this holds the importance of my damned tax dollars..


The first anon March 22, 2014 at 1:33 am

“Federal crime to attend a dogfight.”

You know, pit bulls were made in 1835–after bloodsport became illegal. Bulls and bears were too hard to hide, so the dogmen made something that could fight itself. Not only are pits silent fighters, but also, the owners could tell people the dog was used for a different, legal purpose if they were ever questioned. Around the late 70s – early 80s, bloodsport became an outright felony all across the US. To give themselves extra cover, the dogmen went under the guise of being owners and breeders. They said pit bulls were misunderstood, etc and peddled them off as pets, essentially turning the ultimate fighting dog loose onto the general public. We’re looking at thirty years of pit bull propaganda, heavily backed by the pet industry. It’s a bleak outlook. Plenty of breeds have been used for bloodsport, yet pit bulls have been the prime choice of American dogmen for nearly 180 years. Think that through a little.


willko March 22, 2014 at 7:57 am

In the long-run this law will mean nothing when society finally starts to break down. I imagine people will be eating their dogs before they let them fight. Dog-fighting might even be a source of entertainment for the dispossessed, like in a Mad Max movie.
OTOH, “when” the economy does take it’s next dump, dog-owning might get too expensive as it did during 2008. Maybe the upside to that would be that doggers move to smaller fleabags. Everything is downsizing out of necessity anyway -fewer and more expensive resources and consumer demand.
In the meantime, I have array of deterrents and weaponry, some lethal, in the event of a “dog apocalypse”…..


NotaDogPerson March 22, 2014 at 10:46 am

My dad made a good point about the no dog fighting… He said it’s illegal and looked down upon yet we have UFC and all that other crap that totally propagates human violence, it’s hypocritical. I’m not into watching anything fight for the sake of sport because that’s just me but he makes a good point.

Also in relation to the dog attack issue… In North Las Vegas a woman was attacked by two pit bulls who ran out of the garage. She was putting a religious flyer on the door. My in laws posted this article on Facebook and said she was trespassing and the dogs were protecting their home like they’re supposed to.

::record scratch::

Um, WHAT?! The lady wasn’t trespassing, it’s a public sidewalk for Christ’s sake. Second of all if the stupid people saying this stuff are hating on “Bible thumpers”, what about kids selling candy for school? Girl scouts? Police officers? I fight with these people endlessly about this bullshit because the second you talk about putting a dog down it’s blasphemy. Eventually they shut up with me because they don’t win the argument and know they can’t. Oh and guess what… they weren’t neutered or licensed.

I’ve been dogless for three weeks now and I still expect to hear barking when FedEx rings the doorbell. I’m so much less stressed now it’s unreal and I refuse to feel bad about it.


willko March 22, 2014 at 12:14 pm

Yeah, my niece tried dog-owning for a while, after about 4 months she had enough -clogged vacuum cleaner, all food had to be “secured”, chewed up clothing, in your face all the time, yard cleaning and picking up dog-shit, and it wasn’t a puppy. All of a sudden her once free life evolved around the dog. It was her boyfriends idea in the first place but she’s a smart girl, obviously smarter than her boyfriend. Though this shitbag didn’t bark, it stunk pretty bad and I think that was mostly the deciding factor. I don’t consider her a neat freak at all, just a normal person with a sometimes messy house. She is now enjoying her life again, as a young person should.


NotaDogPerson March 22, 2014 at 2:55 pm

Yeah that’s pretty much what happened to me. It got to be too much for me to handle and my husband wasn’t taking care of the dog like he said he would. Before having kids it wasn’t a huge deal but then we moved into a brand new house and I started to lose it. I felt like all the dog was going to do was ruin my new carpet, etc. I’m the kind of person who can smell three dog turds in the back yard after opening the door, plus being pregnant heightened that. I got tired of the hair, the smell, I didn’t even want to pet him anymore and was constantly shoving him away from the baby’s play area and yelling at him. Add another baby to the mix in a couple months and that’s pure chaos. My adrenaline would start going just being in the house and I was always getting mad at him. It wasn’t the dog’s fault, I just realized I’m not the type of person who wants to deal with that shit. My husband even made the dogs/kids analogy and I tried to get him to understand it’s not the same thing. I expect my kids to annoy me and they eventually learn and grow and wear diapers… having a dog is having a two year old for 10-15 years that will never be trained in any way shape or form. My husband didn’t get why the dog was stressing me out…. Gee maybe because I was doing everything and he wasn’t doing jack shit. I also got tired of being judged by people for disciplining my dog in their presence. They don’t have a problem when I discipline my kids but yell at my dog and it’s an issue? Just get out of my house please…….

dogsfromhell March 22, 2014 at 1:51 pm

I’m so much less stressed now it’s unreal and I refuse to feel bad about it.

Good for you! That sounds great. Re: the trespassing police: Is the mailman trespassing each day when he brings their mail? Maybe they should nix him as well. Even if the bible thumpers were trespassing, I think a verbal reprimand or warning is in order, not a pit bull attack.


nodogs4me March 22, 2014 at 1:59 pm

I don’t care for bible thumpers.. they can be annoying, but so what if they leave something you don’t care to look at?? Just throw it out. They are hardly a threat to anything. They don’t bother me much here because I have gated property. Now at the apt complex I used to live at.. they would come in, even though the property was signed for no solicitation, but if management would catch them they would be escorted out. If your property is not marked, it is not trespassing. But of course, the dogs are always right.

NotaDogPerson March 22, 2014 at 2:22 pm

My mother in law knows if any of her stupid mutts so much as looks at me or my kids the wrong way it’s on. I call them shitweasels.

nodogs4me March 22, 2014 at 6:15 am

Here is a story I read this morning. Here he is going to a commissioner’s office to complain… so it can be picked up. How about stiff fines for people who don’t pick up after their dogs, which is most people.

*– Pennsylvania man uses big brown bag of dog poop as evidence at municipal meeting –*

A Pennsylvania man tried to prove a point about his neighborhood having a poop problem by bringing a big, brown bag of dog droppings to a municipal meeting on Thursday night. Ken Guldin presented a large grocery bag full of dog feces as evidence at a meeting with Lower Macungie Township commissioners to prove that poop was an issue in the age-restricted community of Wild Cherry Knoll. When board of commissioners President Ryan Conrad asked “Is that dog feces?” Guldin answered with a “yes,” according to The Express-Times. Even though Guldin informed Conrad that the poop was double-bagged, the commissioner requested that the stinky sack be taken off the table. “I appreciate that you’re willing to clean it up, but we don’t need that…” he said. The Times asked Guldin, 68, to estimate how much poop was in the bag. “I didn’t weigh it this time,” he responded. Guldin had previously picked up 9.5 pounds of poop in his community during the fall and said that the bag he brought to the commissioners’ meeting probably weighed at least that much.


dogsfromhell March 22, 2014 at 10:11 am

Wild Cherry Knoll, PA. is now on my list of places never to visit. That poor guy. How horrible of the commissioners to dismiss him like that but nothing surprises me any more. If the people in the age restricted community are too old to care for their animals then they shouldn’t have them. I’d bet though that they were cultists before they moved in and are just continuing in their behavior.


nodogs4me March 22, 2014 at 10:24 am

The irony of it all, is that the people that own those dogs who are making the mess would all come on here and say they were responsible pet owners, and point the finger in another direction. “Not MY dog!!!”, is the standard answer from all dogs owners, yet. where is it all coming from. Oh.. that’s right. must be the children, since they are not potty trained. Nope. this is a senior community. Every dog owner thinks it’s okay for just their dog to shit.. but with everyone else’s dog also shitting everywhere, with their owners thinking the same thing. we have a problem. Guess who gets to keep stepping in dog shit… ??


dogsfromhell March 22, 2014 at 1:41 pm

Age Restricted Communities

Its a sad testament to our culture that people can live in a child free community but you are hard pressed to find a dog free living environment anywhere.

No one is embarrassed or offended by child free communities but don’t dare express that you want to live in a dog free community.


bluewatj March 22, 2014 at 5:15 pm

Yeah, it sucks that they made places restricted to children, who cause no harm. Yet, of course, you can’t live in an environment without dogs, after all, dogs are put on a pedestool by these “doggers”. If I were you, I would always be prepared, just like willko with items like hornet spray. I have no tolerance for the cultists, inflicting their safety hazards on anyone they want. I don’t want to move for them, I want to teach them a lesson. Beware, however, of the crazy people with guns that will kill you. They will kill you because a worthless hybrid attacked you first, off of it’s own property on the street. I wish the cultists would understand that they don’t own the road. Yes, cultists go crazy when someone hates dogs, as if they are gods. Dog spelled backwards=god. In fact, I’m sure that’s where dogs got their name from, since doggers actually believe dogs are like gods. The t-shirt on this site is a great way of letting people know you aren’t one of the millions of people who practice “dogianity” (a play on the word Christianity) go to a golden church made in honor of the hybrids, and sacrifice someone to the “almighty dawgs.”

Canetoad March 22, 2014 at 2:02 pm

Irresponsible ‘reporting’ from Mail Online: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2586289/Baby-love-Meet-protective-Great-Dane-cuddles-little-friend.html?login#readerCommentsCommand-message-field They seem to have some bizarre fascination with dogs ‘protecting’ or ‘guarding’ babies. Protecting them or guarding them from what? The parents? What they mean is that the dog has become possessive over the baby – which is not cute at all and in my book means it needs to be packed off to the shelter. This is such an irresponsible article. How many more babies are going to be mauled to death because the parents were conditioned into thinking that it was cute to put it with or near the dog?


NotaDogPerson March 22, 2014 at 2:32 pm

Yeah the whole dog protecting the baby thing is bullshit. When I had my German Shepherd I never let him get close to my son but there was one picture where my son was in his jumper and the dog was laying a couple feet away from him. A bunch of people on my Facebook commented that he was watching over him… um no. He was just laying there.

The other thing I can’t stand that a few have talked about is equating dogs to people… certain individuals would refer to my son as the dog’s brother. NO! The dog is an animal and the baby is a human, end of story. Same said individuals refer to their dogs as my husband’s brother/sister and refer to me as their sister in law… the dogs’ names even get mixed up with the names of the children… it’s nauseating.


Canetoad March 23, 2014 at 6:15 am

The pet industry has a lot to answer for. The more they can persuade gullible people that their dog is ‘a member of the family’, rather than just the dog, the more money they can make out of them.


mfatpony@aol.com March 24, 2014 at 5:58 pm

Most Great Danes are bred for size and many have questionable dispostions.


nodogs4me March 22, 2014 at 3:03 pm

This is what people feel about us… but it’s okay to say you don’t like cats, or broccoli, or anything but……



dogsfromhell March 22, 2014 at 8:22 pm

Its ok for the dog to not like us. We just aren’t allowed to hate it.


Canetoad March 23, 2014 at 6:51 am

Typical dog cultist’s semi-literate comment: “My dog likes everyone he barks at everyone and everything. The day he meets someone he doesnt like, Im getting my gun.” Every day I become more convinced that intelligence and the lack of a dog go hand in hand.


dogsfromhell March 23, 2014 at 7:03 am

Did anyone else sign the petition to ban unethical companies from selling fake service dog costumes? The link was posted here about a week ago.



nodogs4me March 23, 2014 at 7:07 am

I signed it last week. And that is a great idea, to place all dog related petitions that work in OUR favor on here. It is so annoying to go into stores and see people with Fifi in a shopping cart who is obviously not a service dog. I have to bite my tongue every time, because as you know, I would be the one to go to jail, if there was an altercation.


Canetoad March 23, 2014 at 1:23 pm

It might be an idea to have a separate section for petitions so that people coming on to the site can see them all in one place.

mfatpony@aol.com March 24, 2014 at 6:02 pm

I simply ask a clerk why they allowed dogs in the store and the dog cultist verbally attacked me cussing like a maniac.
Never confront the crazy dog owner. Take a pic with your phone and go to the front desk. Then contact the board of health . Get the name of the person you talked to and contact the corporate headquarters.

nodogs4me March 24, 2014 at 6:19 pm

mfatpony… I love that reply..Just go straight to the board of health to make the complaint. Great idea. So sick of seeing the damned things in the Walmart Supercenter, and they have their asses in the cart. That is what I need to do .. thanks,

mfatpony@aol.com April 2, 2014 at 5:27 pm

BTW. You can so easily take a pic or even a video with your smartphone and the doggers won’t even know. It’s the stores that are liable anyway for allowing them to break the law.
I suspect its going to take an army of complaints to actually see things change. Most people even if offended , and they should be with dogs in food carts, won’t say a word. I believe its a bully tactic that the doggers count on.

K.N. March 23, 2014 at 1:56 pm

I signed it. I hate seeing dogs in the grocery store! And in the cafes. Barf.


Canetoad March 25, 2014 at 10:34 am

It’s interesting that the large pet stores that allow dogs in them have clean-up stations. This means that they KNOW dogs are going to pee and crap everywhere. And as a dog is unable to distinguish between a pet store with clean-up stations and a grocery store (which they shouldn’t be in) without clean-up stations, it’s up to the owner to distinguish for them. And ALL dogs should be banned from grocery carts. Taking a photo and sending it to the health department is a great idea!

nodogs4me March 23, 2014 at 7:21 am

Something I was thinking about as I was pondering the posts in here from dog owners. They live in constant denial. “My dog doesn’t bark,” “My dog doesn’t stink.” My dog doesn’t jump on people,” ad nauseam..Of course, they are always the ‘good’ owner. Yet, I remember my days at that apartment complex. when these good dog owners would allow their dog to take a shit, and walk away with the steaming pile festering, right in front of you. Even though there were specific rules at our complex requiring owners to pick up. I had complained to management more than once, but the problem was never solved. Thankfully even though dogs seem to outnumber people in my current neighborhood, with my gated yard it at least keeps that problem to a minimum,.Barking on the other hand is a huge problem, as is the number of aggressive mutts, so I would avoid taking a walk in this neighborhood, Thing is most dog owners around here would laugh in your face or ignore you, as they outnumber non dog owners at least 10 to 1 if not higher. And they all consider themselves good dog owners. Does denial ever get revealed to them?


dogsfromhell March 23, 2014 at 8:18 am

I was at a social event last night and low and behold their was a dog there. They alleged to be “training” it…I have no idea how or why. When I saw the thing I quickly moved out of the way. My dog cultist friend just didn’t get it. I stated that dogs are unpredictable and can bite at any time. She replies, “They don’t bite!” To which I said I was bitten 4 time as a child. Her reply of course was to go into a barrage about how it must be something
“I” am doing, feeling or other that is inciting dogs to bite me. Nothing new to us. That as we know is more denial. She later decided that to cure my fear of dogs I should volunteer at a local shelter where she does. I stated that when I volunteer it is to help children. I was polite while still maintaining my position. And frankly I really didn’t want to talk about the topic because we where at a social event. But she kept bringing it up, trying to evangelize me. Again a boundaries issue. There is no escaping these fanatics.


nodogs4me March 23, 2014 at 8:33 am

Oh man… thanks for that heads up. IF I ever do have a social gathering here, I guess I will have to make sure it is stated clearly on the invites that NO mutts are allowed. I do not know any people personally who require a service mutt in my current circle, but do know many dog fanatics. Just sucks they are incapable of reason.

Had to laugh at the idea of trying to get you to volunteer at a shelter. What they don’t understand is that the majority of my dislike for dogs is not based on fear. I am not scared of smaller mutts, that are not from the killer breeds… just don’t want them in my bubble…. because I think they are dirty and stink. And I don’t want their fleabag bodies touching me or licking me. It is the gross factor. Going into a shelter just makes that worse, as does going to homes with multiple dogs.It was some visits to friend’s homes that prompted me to find this page, though I was never really scared being there. It still puzzles me that people cannot accept that I don’t like something. As well as get all offended.


dogsfromhell March 23, 2014 at 11:22 am

Yes they automatically assume that you are afraid of dogs like you have some sort of phobia. I don’t step out into the street either or do lots of other things that require caution. I saw a beast and I steered clear of it. I also wouldn’t want the thing rubbing up against me or putting its wet face on my clean clothes. And volunteering? LOL Volunteering is supposed to make people feel good. Volunteering at a dog shelter would be my worst nightmare. A zillion dogs in one place barking all at once and I cant imagine the stench. I told her I wouldnt be able to stand the barking or the smell. She kept making up excuses and telling me about the lovable the pit bulls. They just can’t accept that others don’t want contact with dogs. They just have difficulty with boundaries.


NotaDogPerson March 23, 2014 at 7:43 pm

Today was my baby shower and my BFF who keeps her dog in her car so her house doesn’t get destroyed brought the dog into my now dog-free house today without any warning or without asking. My cousin was moving her car so BFF could leave and next thing I know there’s a dog in my house. I about flipped my shit and made her take the dog back outside.

I seriously think I’m one of those people who had been in denial for a long time. I just didn’t want to admit that I don’t like dogs because so many people have them. Now that I’ve had one, if I tell people I don’t like dogs it gets even weirder. Ugh.


Canetoad March 23, 2014 at 2:31 pm

One of the most irritating phrases trotted out by pro-mutters is, “We can learn a lot from dogs.” Er, yeah. Like crapping on the pavement? But the other one that gets trotted out regularly is, “A dog’s mouth is cleaner than a human’s.” The mutt lovers BELIEVE IT! Even after the dog has been eating poop and licking its junk, they BELIEVE IT! Here are a couple of articles that debunk the theory: http://www.livescience.com/32342-is-a-dogs-mouth-cleaner-than-a-humans.html and http://urbanlegends.about.com/od/dogs/a/dog_breath.htm Interesting.


NotaDogPerson March 23, 2014 at 7:47 pm

I just shared these on Facebook. Dogs need to keep their gross mouths away from me and my kids.


jigsaw March 23, 2014 at 5:36 pm

I hate dogs , nasty creatures . i still have scars on my leg from a bit .


dogsfromhell March 23, 2014 at 6:57 pm

How old were you when it happened?


dogsfromhell March 23, 2014 at 10:45 pm


Sounds like Nancy Grace would like to ban pit bulls too. At least someone in the public eye has the courage to speak up


dogsfromhell March 23, 2014 at 11:07 pm


Here’s another example of a whacko dog cultist whose only purpose in “rescuing” dogs is to serve her own emotional needs. This woman was the executive director of a rescue business. She was found dead by suicide in her car with 31 dogs. When she decided to check out she figured the dogs were no longer worth saving. Now that’s commitment!


dogsfromhell March 24, 2014 at 7:46 am

This was posted by zoop recently

This is off topic, so delete it if you wish, but I thought it was important to bring to people’s attention.


An elderly person with Alzheimer’s just recently set fire to his dog for whatever reason.

Kerosene is an old timey cure for fleas and ticks I believe, so who knows if that’s what they put the kerosene on the dog for, or maybe he just did it because his mind is fading away. The mother of one of my father’s friends had Alzheimer’s and was caring for her in his own home, and sometimes my father would help him out in caring for her. He told me a story of how once he turned his back on her for just a few moments and she had gotten from the couch to the kitchen and got out of a butcher’s knife, then just sat back down on the couch with it, not remembering why she got the knife when my father asked her.

Either way, it doesn’t matter to rabid dog loving nuts. They want this elderly person brutally killed and tortured, some even encouraging others to get the real name and address of the person so that they can deal “justice.”

More people need to speak out about these insane animal lovers before someone such as this elderly senile person is hurt by these psychopaths. It’s becoming more and more socially acceptable to hold animal extremist viewpoints, and it is wrong.

Canetoad March 25, 2014 at 2:46 pm

“The Case For Euthanizing Stray Dogs” – I found this excellent article earlier today. It outlines the risk that stray dogs pose not only to human health but to wildlife (yes, poor little ANIMALS that they KILL!). http://www.takepart.com/article/2013/10/04/case-for-killing-stray-dogs The comments by the over-the-top mutt lovers are predictable, though. Did you know that ‘the majority of street dogs make fine pets’? Ho! Ho!


Canetoad March 25, 2014 at 3:41 pm

So, what do you do when you are falling in love with someone and they have a dog … and you don’t like dogs? Here’s the answer. You need to grow up! http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20091220114559AAnxda0 The person asking this question has really rattled the bars of the mutt worshippers’ cages. And just for the record, I would NEVER consider a relationship with someone who had a dog. EVER.


nodogs4me March 25, 2014 at 3:50 pm

Oh..HELL NO!!!!!!!!! Neither would I. I left a relationship that may have worked if it hadn’t been for dogs. And it wasn’t just one. Holy cow, I think there was 8 or more. I don’t remember. There was just dogs everywhere. Trust me I did try, but it was making me sick to my stomach to eat there, and I know the dogs were allowed in the bed. They were all over the furniture. Seriously… you cannot make yourself tolerate that for someone. Just cannot! I felt bad about it., but I know the dogs weren’t gonna go, so I had to. Life goes on. The is not a negotiable issue.


mfatpony@aol.com March 31, 2014 at 5:42 pm

Upfront honesty works. If you’re intened wants mutts all over the carpet it’s not going to work if you can’t stand the sound and sight of them.


nodogs4me March 26, 2014 at 8:35 am

Funny dog lovers seem to have trouble with comprehension of language as well. I have NEVER stated that dogs are uncomfortable around me or that they don’t like me. That is the problem. They DO like me, and want to be all over me and their friend. I just can’t be. Whatever.. you can’t please everyone in the world, so I am just gonna say this. If you don’t like me because I don’t like dogs.. YOU CAN KISS MY ASS!


nodogs4me March 26, 2014 at 10:51 am
K.N. March 26, 2014 at 1:29 pm
NotaDogPerson March 26, 2014 at 3:22 pm

I also think that there are some regional issues that come into play here, at least in my experience lately. I’ve talked with my coworkers and friends about my change in mindset after being de-dogged. Three coworkers, including the one who adopted my dog, thought it was ludicrous that someone brought their dog into my house without asking. Also, I personally know that all three of them do not like their dogs jumping on people, etc. and will contain or crate them if people come over and they continue to be bothersome. I have another coworker who is about to adopt a dog and I told her about the shenanigans over the weekend. She was also appalled and raised several issues which I had thought about, like what if people in my house are allergic, what if the dog got excited and peed on my carpet, how would the dog react to my cat, etc.

Soooo many people like to say their dog is good with kids or whatever but I don’t care, an animal is an animal and they’re always unpredictable. My cat has even snapped at my son a couple of times and I always keep an eye out. He waited till my son was 11 months old to start that.


nodogs4me March 27, 2014 at 5:04 am

Here is someone who lost a fight to keep dogs alive after an attack on someone. Imagine keeping them alive for a year during legal battles. Now granted, the person didn’t die. but you never know when it will happen again…..


dogsfromhell March 27, 2014 at 9:30 am

This is a victory for dog victims. This idiot says they are all she has left after her divorce. My guess is, her spouse divorced her BECAUSE of her beasts. Next she says

“So if I don’t have the courage to stand here and talk to you then Buck and Bill die for nothing.”

Why didn’t she have the “courage” to prevent her demons from biting a child and then an adult. Humans were attacked for “nothing”. These people are just crazy.


nodogs4me March 27, 2014 at 9:37 am

it is good justice prevailed in the end, but the resources spent on the fight.. C’mon now, if a dog attacks it is highly unlikely that they won’t again.


dogsfromhell March 27, 2014 at 3:30 pm

The resources spent are telling of their obsessive worship of the cult of dog. Too bad they couldn’t have had enough compassion to spend that money to help a human victim like Kevin. Its a very sad testimony when dogs take precedent over children in our country.


nodogs4me March 27, 2014 at 5:42 pm

They were still fighting till the last minute, but it is now ‘done’


Canetoad March 28, 2014 at 12:46 am

I see that the parents of the boy who was attacked are getting hate e-mail, blaming them for the dogs having been euthanised. I don’t understand this. We are always being told that in the case of vicious dogs, it’s the owner’s fault (and, incidentally, never the fault of the dogs). In which case, if someone has the urge to send a hate e-mail, why not send it to the dogs’ owner? The very logic of dog cultism indicates that she, as the owner, is at fault. Or does that not apply if the dogs are euthanised? Am I missing something here?


nodogs4me March 28, 2014 at 5:28 am

No, it doesn’t really make any sense Canetoad. No one says much about the owner, even though it’s always the owner to blame. However, when a mutt dies, I think the blame shifts to the person responsible for that. I don’t know, it’s ridiculous how much time and attention this story has gotten over 2 stupid mutts, that have been known to attack more than once. Just what to the doggers think should have been done? Give them back to the owner so it can happen again, and maybe this time they may actually kill a child?? I only shake my head in disbelief at the morons. I have friends who were on the save the dog side. and it took everything not to get in a full blown argument with them.

Canetoad March 27, 2014 at 3:37 pm

It seems that there are people who have not researched the urban legend of the ‘nanny dog’ in relation to pit bulls and how the term originated. This is particularly worrying: http://www.lifewithdogs.tv/2014/01/unadoptable-pit-bull-becomes-nanny-dog/ By the way … baby sister?!


xXcenobiteXx March 28, 2014 at 11:27 am

I grew up with dogs my whole life, large breeds specifically. Now that I have a child of my own my husband and I agreed on getting a puppy to grow with her rather than having another child. She was 3.5 when we brought home an 8-week old lab/shepherd/mastiff X and they were best friends until the puppy was around 9 months old. My daughter is incredibly gentle with animals and babies but one day out of the blue while my daughter was petting her puppy, the dog started showing aggression towards her. There was really no reason for it and it was completely unjustified. The aggression towards ONLY my daughter continued to the point of having to rehome the dog. She was given to a friend of ours so we could still have contact and visits but upon the first visit after weeks of being separated, the aggression was still present. My daughter couldn’t even pet her. It instilled fear in my daughter and has changed my opinion of them as well. In the end, if a pet dog was starving to death, you’d be nothing more than a quick meal and that to me is very unsettling. I don’t think I will ever own another dog. Ever.


nodogs4me March 28, 2014 at 12:10 pm

Amen, that someone finally has the common sense and rationality to figure out that dogs, (especially certain breeds) and children are not a good mix. Too many parents find out the hard way when it’s too late, and the same old story comes out that they never expected that outcome. Fortunately you were able to pick up the signs and do something to rectify the situation. Thank God your dog even showed some signs as it seems many do not. Or perhaps the parents don’t want to believe it. But thankfully, your story has a good ending that I hope others can learn from.


dogsfromhell March 28, 2014 at 8:03 pm

Yes, xXcenobiteXx bravo to you and as nodogs said, “Thankfully your story had a good ending”.


Canetoad March 28, 2014 at 12:18 pm

You did the right thing, but I guess you don’t need me to tell you that! Unfortunately the concept of a ‘forever home’ is so ingrained in a lot of pro-dog people that they think it’s completely unacceptable to rehome a dog when a baby arrives or if a dog shows aggression towards young children. For what it’s worth, I don’t suppose a dog cares very much who is looking after it as long as it gets fed.


mfatpony@aol.com April 10, 2014 at 4:06 pm

Realistically the dog should have been euthanised.


NotaDogPerson March 28, 2014 at 2:22 pm

Dog bites three neighbors, yet the owner says it isn’t vicious? Bullshit!



nodogs4me March 28, 2014 at 8:31 pm

Another dog owner in DENIAL!!!!


nodogs4me March 28, 2014 at 2:28 pm

People are bitching because Santa Cruz is putting up signs like these.. Too bad. Every place should be considered a no poop left behind territory…


Canetoad March 28, 2014 at 4:19 pm

I love the peg on her nose! The sign is similar to the one that Keep Britain Tidy does: http://www.keepbritaintidy.org/dogpoofairy/735 This fairy seems to be made of stronger stuff because she doesn’t have a peg.


nodogs4me March 28, 2014 at 4:25 pm

Yeah that’s great.. looks like that is where they got the idea. It is not hitting off well with the doggers. They feel it is Anti dog.. Well it isn’t anything else leaving the piles there.


dogsfromhell March 28, 2014 at 8:12 pm

Dog crap is anti-environment. But don’t criticize the sacred dog.


dogsfromhell March 28, 2014 at 8:07 pm

Love it!


WhatsWrongWithMe March 28, 2014 at 9:18 pm

Have you ever heard a howling dog? It sounds like a constipated mule.

Dogs slap their freshly crapped assholes on your carpets furniture and bedding. That’s disgusting beyond words

Whenever I visit someone who has a dog I have to hose down and burn my clothes when I leave

Hey cats hiss and scratch but at least they can’t kill you!

Why do doggers think their fur slaves are loyal when they just want food? I don’t get it

What is it about doggers that they need to be needed so badly that they would even settle for an up your ass 24/7 beast.

Dogs eat ANYTHING, even cat crap

Doggers always allege to clean up after their beast except when no one is looking.

Why do dog cultists think they are so humane when they feed other animals to their beast?

Why do psycho dog obsessed trolls come on this site and imagine it’s a cat versus dog site. Personally I am indifferent to cats. Why don’t they find a cat haters site.


Canetoad March 29, 2014 at 1:35 am

This article, on the Buck and Bill saga, reads like some sort of eulogy for a famous person! http://www.bradenton.com/2014/03/27/5070493/dogs-set-to-be-put-down-by-midnight.html It is hard to believe that the subject matter is two vicious dogs who attacked a boy who happened to be riding past on his bike. And I don’t much like the sound of this bit: “I wouldn’t want to be a person working in the office of Manatee County Public Safety, which contains Animal Services, after the full facts of this case gets out into the world,” Erskine added.” What are we supposed to make of that? And do those people commenting forget how people suffer through no fault of their own, such as civilians caught in war zones? I guess they just don’t care. It’s a couple of vicious dogs that matter to them. What a warped sense of priorities.


nodogs4me March 29, 2014 at 5:16 am

Yes. Canetoad… that is what I mean. That is the way people around here feel about dogs… they seem more worthy than the humans they attack. I am at a complete loss. Those two dogs have attacked others as well. I am certain that the dog people will be in full force over this and their army seems to be growing by the day. I feel like such a hypocrite on facebook, because I just don’t agree with how so many of my friends feel, but I really don’t know any non doggers personally. I feel so alone sometimes, but will never understand what is wrong with these people. As I have said many times before. dogs did not mean that much when I was growing up, and much fewer people had them, and they were not worshiped.


dogsfromhell March 29, 2014 at 5:23 am

If dogs are in the afterlife then they are not “with God” for god’s sake. That would be HELL!!!


nodogs4me March 29, 2014 at 6:07 am

Yes it would. I am so upset about the outcry for this story. It should have been done and over with a long time ago, but here is another case where people’s tax dollars and resources which are so thin to begin with, get wasted on something that should be a non story. What about all the kids and humans that have no place to call home, or know where their next meal is coming from. This dog thing is an illness, a pandemic that is spreading like wildfire. It is ridiculous and people need a reality check, or a swift kick in the ass to wake them up. It is a stupid dog. I mean, yes, I understand people get attached to pets, but again, the consequences of irresponsible ownership seem to get overlooked in favor or keeping ANY and ALL mutts alive regardless of the cost. This feels like a bad dream sometimes.


dogsfromhell March 29, 2014 at 6:09 am

“A child molester gets treated better than this.”

A convicted child predator must register with local police and the county where intending to reside. This way parents can better protect their children by being aware that danger may be in close proximity. Pedophiles are hated individuals who are offered little forgiveness or sympathy.

Canine criminals on the other hand are treated like some kind of martyrs. Slavers lie to protect their demon dogs and rescue shelters unethically minimize or even hide their backgrounds to get them back into residential environments where they typically harm again. Just pick up any newspaper to read about how dog slavers rally together for these vicious devils spending millions to save them. They callously dismiss child victims.

Doggers are delusional if they actually think a human child predator is treated better.


dogsfromhell March 29, 2014 at 8:36 am

Check out yet another violent aggressive dog fanatic who cannot tolerate disagreement in the Disgusting IAMs Commercial section. This person thinks we should all die even though we only think the commercial has nasty sexual connotations.


dogsfromhell March 30, 2014 at 6:38 am

Dog idiots imagine that dogs can lower your blood pressure. I am not sure how this is works when all you hear is BARK BARK BARK. Perhaps it lowers the blood pressure of the slaver who owns the dog. I am sure it gives them a feeling of being in control to dominate a dog. However then it proceeds to wreak havoc on the lives of the slaver’s neighbors thus contributing to the neighbor’s high blood pressure! So while 1 individual MAY selfishly benefit, there are likely 10 others who are now subject to an environmental factor INCREASING their blood pressure.

I for one am not comforted by these bark machines. I have been so tormented by barking dogs over the last 15 years that the MOMENT I hear one BARK my heart starts racing. I have friends who say the same. I abhor the selfishness of narcissistic dog slavers.

Did I mention I hate dogs?


Canetoad March 30, 2014 at 8:29 am

It became too much for this poor man and he shot the yapping nuisance chihuahua, http://abclocal.go.com/kfsn/story?id=9397927 Far from reporting the news objectively, the report states “…her neighbor is facing prison time for shooting the defenseless animal.” Immediately there is an emotive element – the ‘defenseless’ animal. They’re on the dog’s side here – never mind that the man was being driven to distraction by the thing’s incessant yapping. And the comments from the followers of Saint Dog are predictable. Here’s an example: “Don’t You Go Blaming The Human-Parent of The Innocent Dog”. Not only is the bark machine defenseless – it’s innocent as well. And while all the semi-literate followers of Saint Dog are falling over themselves to try to top defenselessness and innocence, people are having their lives affected by barking mutts.

mfatpony@aol.com April 10, 2014 at 4:09 pm

I hear you on the heart racing when a dog starts barking. It usually means hours of torture to which there is almost on legal remedy for here.

Canetoad March 29, 2014 at 3:29 am

I realise that this article is a bit dated, but was there really a memorial service for ex-President Clinton’s dog in a cathedral? I’m not sure if it’s a spoof or whether it really happened: http://snltranscripts.jt.org/01/01jbuddy.phtml Actually, I think it is a spoof, and quite an amusing one at that, but in this world of dog cultism one never really knows!


dogsfromhell March 29, 2014 at 5:42 am

“I am used to people’s uncaring about pigs, cows and goats, but these are dogs, man’s best friends.”

Yes the sacred dog. The one you feed pigs, cows and goats to.

“The dogs went to sleep and I immediately felt their souls leave their bodies.”

Here is another example of a dog slaver assigning her wants, needs and emotions to a beast the functions on instinct. Her statement is simply nonsense. I suspect this woman is an extreme attention seeker.


mfatpony@aol.com April 10, 2014 at 4:11 pm

People who live out here and have nonstop barking dogs are usually the same ones abusing cats, goats and horses.


Canetoad March 29, 2014 at 1:05 pm

Another reason not to let a mutt slobber all over you or have interesting times with it in a sleeping bag on the pavement. Someone has contracted TB from their dog. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2592237/Pet-owners-warned-emerges-child-caught-killer-disease-TB-familys-pet-dog-time-Britain.html


Canetoad March 30, 2014 at 12:55 pm

Here is another photo of a dog licking a baby full in the face after it has had its tongue God knows where. What choice does the baby have? None. Where are Child Protective Services when they’re needed? http://www.pethostr.com/blog/worried-about-bringing-a-new-baby-home-to-your-dog/ And having forced myself to read how to introduce the dog to the baby, I can only conclude that it would be far easier, and safer, to take the dog to the shelter.


Canetoad March 30, 2014 at 1:44 pm

Seems that the real service dog industry is getting fed up with the fake service dog industry. http://www.dailybreeze.com/social-affairs/20140302/fake-service-dogs-a-real-problem-at-airports-and-other-public-buildings-experts-say Quote: ““They believe their loving, wonderful dog deserves to be with them every moment of the day,” said Corey Hudson, chief executive of Canine Companions for Independence in Santa Rosa.” Well, I think that’s the general opinion of people who post on this site! The whole genuine service dog industry needs to establish a central registry and issue their clients with a credit-card-sized document carrying a unique number and contact telephone details that a restaurant or shop owner can ring to verify whether the dog is genuine or not. The client won’t need to reveal the nature of their disability, which seems to be the sticking point that has opened the floodgates to any old mangy mutt becoming a service dog overnight.


dogsfromhell March 30, 2014 at 6:19 pm

Canine Companions for Independence is the organization sponsoring the petition to pass legislation against fake service dogs. It can be found in our petitions only section


gonetothedogs March 30, 2014 at 10:20 pm

I’m disgusted at the responses from some of the dog advocates on this site. Great way to bridge the gap, folks. Let’s attack people on their own turf and then wonder why they retaliate. I’m sorry, but I’d hate to see the way you train your dogs. And before you attack me, know that I own 4 dogs and I absolutely adore them. I love them enough to not allow them to infringe on the rights of people around me. It is a right to go outdoors and not be worried about being bitten or attacked. It is a right to not want an animal up in your face in a public place. It is a right to have a peaceful night’s sleep without having to put up with incessant, ear-shattering barking.

As much as I love dogs, I do not love it when irresponsible dog owners allow their dogs to violate my rights. I don’t enjoy picking up droppings deposited on my lawn by other people’s dogs. I don’t enjoy being kept awake by my neighbor’s neglected dog who barks because he’s outside 24/7 and bored out of his mind and lonely. I don’t enjoy it when I’m out walking my dogs on leash and someone else’s unleashed and out-of-control dog comes over and decides to antagonize them, and me.

As much as I love dogs, I didn’t love it when I was living in a multi-story apartment complex and my upstairs neighbors decided to allow their dogs to urinate and defecate on the deck directly above my own instead of taking them for walks, thereby coating everything on my own deck in a disgusting layer of filth. I was 8 months pregnant at the time. As much as I love dogs, I wanted to punch that owner right in the teeth for being irresponsible, lazy, and putting the life of my unborn child in danger.

If you really love your dogs, then for the love of God, stop allowing them to run rampant. Don’t get a dog if you don’t have the means to keep them contained. Don’t get a dog if you don’t have time to properly train them, walk them, and supervise them. It’s because of people who get dogs and then allow them to do whatever they please that I have to worry about things like someone poisoning my dogs because they exist. I have actually had neighbors ask me if I was caring for someone else’s dogs when they see me walking my own 4. Most of them didn’t even know I had them, including the ones who live directly next door on the west.

If you really are a dog advocate, then ask, “How can I help?” Antagonistic behavior isn’t the answer. Buy a clicker and treats. Train your dog. Respect the boundaries of people who, for whatever reason, don’t want to interact with your dog. Teach your dog to live in the world, don’t expect the world to change for your dog. And stop being so rude.


Canetoad March 30, 2014 at 11:26 pm

I wish all dog owners were as considerate!


dogsfromhell March 31, 2014 at 5:20 am

You should do some community education. I have often said that if dog cultists loved dogs the way they say they do then they would NOT inspire people to hate them by behaving badly

The two things I hate the most about dogs are #1 barking and #2 the fact that dogs routinely attack, maul, maim and sometimes kill children. I don’t expect this to change in my lifetime. I speak out to create a better world for my children.

Thanks for your comment.


gonetothedogs March 31, 2014 at 7:08 am

Thank you all for all of your input. I think a little education would go a long way, but in my experience so many pet owners are oblivious to the fact that their attachment to their pets borders on pathological. These same people who claim to love their dogs don’t provide adequate containment, protection from the elements, and basic obedience training. It’s the same phenomenon I see with parents who “love their kids” but allow them to behave like complete brats in public and expect everyone around them to think the little terror’s antics are cute.


dogsfromhell March 31, 2014 at 8:06 am

Expectant parents typically take a parenting class before conceiving. There are child study teams, counselors and social service organizations to help neglectful parents properly socialize children. Children whose parents fail to properly socialize them are removed from school classrooms, often shunned by other children and sometimes even taken from families. In spite of bad parenting most children still evolve to be respectful, responsible adults. The majority of human children grow up to be responsible citizens. Children learn by language and behavior modeled by adults how to behave appropriately even if those adults are not their parents.

While there is no comparing children to dogs it is important to note that no one is monitoring the bad behavior of dogs. Dog fanatics encourage, ignore, condone and excuse bad, unsocialized behavior. It’s incredible how many dogs are allowed to maim, maul and kill without consequences. Animal control is simply a protector of dogs. No one is advocating for humans against dogs, only the inverse. Dogs remain dependent their entire lives.

BTW, I for one have no issue with telling a parent if their child is behaving badly when/if it is affecting me or my family. I find that most parents will correct said behavior.


gonetothedogs March 31, 2014 at 8:42 am

I agree, dogsfromhell. (and on the kid score, I live in Colorado. Go to Boulder sometime and tell a mother that her child’s behavior is disruptive and suddenly you’re an oppressive asshole. Ditto on telling a dog owner that you don’t appreciate their dog being off lead and causing problems.) There are laws out there to protect people from dogs, but I see so many violating them without consequence. I do see many rescues now requiring obedience classes before they will even consider adopting out. The problem is that they don’t follow through with requiring proof. And filing a noise complaint on a barking dog often does no good at all. Despite the leash law in our town, I still see people letting their dogs run free all the time. I have filed numerous complaints and I still see the same dogs running amok. Yes, even the one I personally put in my car and took to the humane society. They bailed him out and apparently didn’t learn a damned thing. It’s frustrating even for us dog lovers!

The world would be a LOT safer for our kids AND our dogs if people would have some common sense. I can’t change the behavior of the idiotic dog owners out there. I can, however, be an example.

dogsfromhell March 31, 2014 at 10:34 am


Child: Has mastered potty training and stays dry most nights
Dog: Shits indiscriminately in human environment and will piss to “mark its territory”

Child: Has language capacity, tells stories, communicates feelings, ideas and needs.
Dog: Instinctual territorial BARK MACHINE

Child: Has overcome separation anxiety
Dog: Typically requires medication and is forever dependent.

Child: Capable of independent play, enjoys own company.
Dog: Displays constant needy attention seeking behavior except when eating

Child: Can maneuver a toothbrush and brush his own teeth
Dog: Has offensive disgusting foul breath forever

Child: Can help around the house and clean up own toys
Dog: Eats its own shit and that of other animals.

Child: Socialized to wear clothing from birth including diapers until potty trained
Dog: Exposed asshole afforded the ability to come into direct contact with furniture, bedding and carpet within human habitat.

A three year toddler does not have the fangs of a canine carnivore enabling him to rip a victim’s flesh nor does a toddler have the muscle strength to capture and subdue a victim like dog “mickey” did to child victim Kevin.

willko March 31, 2014 at 11:40 am

Yes, DFH, I detected the familiar dogs/kids conflation/red herring.

dogsfromhell March 31, 2014 at 5:23 am

gonetothedogs: I thought I would repost your comment below in 10 Reasons since most people hang out in that section.

“Oh behalf of irresponsible and idiotic dog owners, I apologize. I want to punch some of them in the throat on a daily basis. And I own 4. Not all of us are crazy and delusional, I promise.

I understand that some people simply don’t like dogs. Some have been bitten, some are allergic, and some just flat out don’t like them. I don’t take this as a personal affront. They’re not people. They’re animals.

I have a very sturdy 6-foot privacy fence in my backyard. I don’t allow my dogs to bark and disturb the neighbors. And I keep the poop cleaned up daily because nobody else wants to smell that, and I certainly don’t like stepping in it.

When I walk them, I do not let them off lead. I don’t allow them to jump on me or anyone else. I don’t feel the need to take them everywhere I go. When we go places and cannot take them, they are crated indoors until we get home. If someone comes over and they’re uncomfortable around the dogs, I put the dogs outside or in their crates. I don’t have small children (my son is 15) and I think leaving small children unattended around ANY dog, no matter how well-behaved, is just asking for trouble.

While I realize I’m probably stepping into a gauntlet by even posting this, I just wanted to let you all know that some of us hear you and understand.

What I want to hear from you is what are your biggest irritants regarding dogs and their owners? What drives you the absolute most bats**t crazy?”


nodogs4me March 31, 2014 at 5:57 am

Gonetothedogs….THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!! I don’t think there would be a problem if the majority of dog owners thought as you did. It is refreshing to actually see a letter like this posted, that doesn’t threaten us, say we are sociopaths, or evil because some of us prefer not to have contact with dogs. I just more people with dogs had reason and understanding, that a little courtesy can go a long way. To me, I find it highly offensive to visit people with dogs, who just think it’s funny to let allow them to lick all over me, when I don’t like care for that. I back off when I can, but if I were to push the dog away, I would be considered an asshole. That is not right. I just don’t see why other people think I should HAVE to accept that. If I were to tell the owner that I don’t like dogs.. than again, I am an asshole, so I never get comfortable when I visit people who have them. I wish the people I knew were like yourself, in making sure the dogs stayed off people when they visited. It should not be an insult to a dog owner, but it seems for most of them, it is, my sister included. She won’t come to visit me either, because she won’t leave her dogs alone. I have a hard time to believe you can’t leave a dog who has a sister dog, alone for a few hours.
I get tired of being called an evil person, because I do not hurt dogs, and wouldn’t unless I had to, to protect myself. All I do is ask people who have them to not violate my personal space. I was at a beach a few months ago, and a loose pit bull was running around, and the people who were with me, were just as nervous as I was and they like dogs, but this things charged us, and there were some tense moments, till the owner put him back on the leash. It should not have been loose AT ALL.
But again, you have my thank you, that you are a considerate owner, and realize we don’t have to hate each other over something silly.


mfatpony@aol.com April 2, 2014 at 1:32 pm

I used to be a lot more tolerant of dogs. 22 years of living in rural New Mexico has left me bitter, battle scared and with no patience to deal with any dog owners crap. 5 acres of space between your open window and the neighbors howling pack does nothing to squash the sound. In fact apmplify it by about 20 for all the other idiots who think its normal for a dog to bark, howl and roam.
My treat for Saturday was to hear a commotion and look out my kitchen window to see the idiots next door dog killing one of their chickens. BTW they deny that their dog would ever do that.
I don’t like dogs. End of story. I do respect the right of people to live the way they choose. It’s too bad more dog owners don’t have the same attitued you do. I now have a knee jerk reaction to any dog barking. I know its not going to be 5-10 mins and the owner will stop it. It goes on for hours.


dogsfromhell April 2, 2014 at 6:48 pm

That’s so discouraging


nut March 31, 2014 at 6:14 am

i hate dogs they killed my lovely neighbour cock last night s**t i hate hate dogs


dogsfromhell March 31, 2014 at 8:18 am

I am so sorry this has happened to you. I know how you feel. Really I do. Twice my children had their beloved rabbits murdered by canine killers right in our back yard. They were in a safe secure hutches and two dogs literally busted through the wire housing ripping the bunnies to pieces for sport and left them in my back yard. I hurried the children into the house so they would not see it but too late. It was pretty gruesome and they were traumatized. My children still hate dogs to this day. My sympathies to you and your neighbor.


gonetothedogs March 31, 2014 at 11:52 am

I wanted to be clear that I wasn’t comparing dogs to children in the sense of innate traits. Dogs are dogs and children are human beings. Rather, I was stating that I don’t enjoy being out and about and having a parent let their child run roughshod all over the rights of others. I also don’t enjoy being out and about and having some dimwit let their dog do whatever it pleases to the detriment of people around it. It’s just an increasingly annoying phenomenon in current society: lack of personal responsibility in all areas of life. I stumbled on this site by accident, and wanted to share that I, even as a dog owner, understand your frustrations. And I don’t think you’re evil, psycho, or otherwise flawed simply for not liking dogs.


willko March 31, 2014 at 12:38 pm

Logically, here’s how it is: A majority of dog-owners are inconsiderate assholes, while the majority of parents are generally conscientious. Conversely, a few good dog-owners like yourself make very little difference (although we appreciate your effort) in the overall negligence of the dog culture.It’s not a “few bad apple” dog-owners giving the rest a bad name; it’s generally the entire culture. Everywhere I go I generally see behaved children and conscientious parents, a child having a tantrum or a mistake by a parent is an exception and most people can easily forgive that. I simply did not see it everyday and I raised two kids; when my kids ‘acted up” they were corrected or removed from the scene, as most parents would do. OTOH, doggers exploit the general public’s tolerance at every level, every day.
There is absolutely no logical correlation between parenting and pet-ownership nor children and dogs.


dogsfromhell March 31, 2014 at 4:44 pm

Thanks for clarifying and for stopping by. Hope you are able to provide some much needed community education to your fellow dog owners.


gonetothedogs April 1, 2014 at 8:31 pm

I got some information tonight on ways to keep dogs away from you and avoid attacks. (many of you if not most probably already know these things. If so, pardon my redundance.) There’s a dog in my neighborhood (appears to be a Boxer breed of some sort) that has been allowed to run loose for months with no repercussions. He shows definite signs of aggression toward my dogs while we’re on walks and quite honestly I’m at the end of my rope. (leash?) None of these things actually hurts a dog, by the way, so you can’t be chided for animal abuse. (I learned these things in my dog training class.)

1. Get one of those cheap spray bottles and fill it with a mixture of 75% water and 25% lemon juice. (lime juice works…any kind of citrus will work) Make sure the nozzle is set to stream rather than spray (you can get a much greater distance this way) and carry it with you. Dogs strongly dislike citrus. You can also rub this on your skin if you don’t want to be licked and don’t mind smelling like a lemon.

2. Carry an air horn. (I don’t because I can’t use it without punishing my own dogs) MAKE SURE YOU DO NOT USE IT IF THE DOG IS LESS THAN 20 FEET AWAY FROM YOU! This is not going to stop a determined dog. What it does do is buy you a few extra seconds to get away and alert people around you to the situation. The dog will generally pause in a “Huh?” moment for a few seconds, and sometimes every second counts.

For kids:

Never approach a loose dog, even if he seems friendly. Dogs who are confined in yards, and especially those dogs on chains, should also be avoided. Many are very serious about protecting their turf.Teach your children to avoid fast or jerky movements around dogs, since these may trigger predatory behavior.

Be a tree when a dog approaches, standing straight with feet together, fists under the neck and elbows into the chest. Teach your children to make no eye contact, since some dogs view eye contact as a challenge. Running is a normal response to danger, but it’s the worst possible thing to do around a dog, because it triggers the animal’s instinct to chase and bite. Many dogs will just sniff and leave. Teach your children to stay still until the animal walks away, and then back away slowly out of the area.

“Feed” the dog a jacket or backpack if attacked, or use a bike to block the dog. These strategies may keep an attacking dog’s teeth from connecting with flesh.

Act like a log if knocked down: face down, legs together, curled into a ball with fists covering the back of the neck and forearms over the ears. This position protects vital areas and can keep an attack from turning fatal. Role-play these lessons with your child until they are ingrained. They may save your child’s life.

I hope these help.


dogsfromhell April 1, 2014 at 10:04 pm

Thanks for the ideas. How horrible it is that a child would have to be responsible for making a dog feel comfortable so he doesn’t have to be attacked. I went to the park with a preschooler today. The place was teeming with dogs on long retractable leashes. Instead of me being able to have a good time with him, my job was to be ever vigilant that these beasts didn’t stray too far from their owners. Most were oblivious. I’ve seen idiot teenagers walking pit bulls holding the leash by their fingernail and talking on cell phones at the same time. If the dog decided to aggress it would be all over. I wouldn’t have the heart teach our child these tactics. He’s already afraid of dogs. Children his age shouldn’t have to spend ANY time being worried that they might be attacked by a dog. At the park, in his neighborhood and in mine, there are pit bulls and other aggressive dogs at every turn. Yet its such an easy fix. Dog owners should simply be responsible and accountable. Humans should not have to accommodate dogs in their own environment. If dogs cannot live peaceably in human environments then they don’t belong. NO EXCUSES.


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willko April 2, 2014 at 8:07 am

I find that a “visible’ deterrent such as a golf club is most effective, especially for the doggers who believe it’s OK to walk off-leash. There are a few folks in my semi-rural area who walk with visible weaponry, it’s a hoot to see the doggers scramble to get there fleabags back on leash when they see you coming. We do have a leash ordinance which most doggers seem to ignore. I have “tee’d” off on a few dogs, always have cell phone photos for proof of the off-leash animal.
“Water and lemon juice?”, hell no, try wasp/hornet spray, burns the mutts eyes, chemical stench and skin irritant, cheaper than pepper spray and has a 20 foot range. I use it when mountain biking thru the woods where, again, doggers think it’s OK for their shitbag to chase bikers.
Let’s get one thing straight – I’m am not responsible for a dog’s safety when it is not under control of the owner and showing aggression. I have no concern for it’s welfare and will physically hurt it or even kill it if need be.The entire idea of how to “behave” around dogs just shows how insane the dog culture has become.


Canetoad April 2, 2014 at 12:23 pm

The thing that gets me is when someone says, “You mustn’t show fear!” Well, sorry, but if I’m about to be attacked by someone’s vicious loose mutt then I will show fear! Here’s some information on how to handle a dog attack – and yes, it’s there! You mustn’t show fear! http://www.wikihow.com/Handle-a-Dog-Attack And I will show fear if I damn well want to but if I get attacked I’ll do everything in my power to have the mutt euthanised. I think Rule 6 will appeal to you, Wilko – “… try to get an advantageous position and break their bones fairly quickly.”

willko April 2, 2014 at 12:59 pm

Canetoad: Yeah, had to laugh about the ‘spray bottle of water and lemon juice”. Hell, why not throw it a cheeseburger. Also, the airhorn at greater than 20 feet….? What, to protect the dogs hearing, what about the potential victim?
These folks have lost touch with reality to the point, as we well know, that they dictate the norms of behavior and tolerance around their mutts. They are ‘believers”,as fanatical as any religious sect, with their occasional “missionaries” who show up on this site in attempt to moderate and possibly make a few converts. You cannot underestimate their deceit and fanaticism……

Canetoad April 2, 2014 at 1:29 pm

I can understand the importance of knowing how to behave around WILD animals. I mean, you wouldn’t go and pat a bear on the back and offer it some of your fruit and nut chocolate or show it your new sandals. You wouldn’t check to see if a skunk had blocked anal glands. But a dog is the total responsibility of its OWNER, and therefore the ‘how to behave’ rules don’t apply. The OWNER is completely responsible for their pet, which means they should not expect anyone else to have to be concerned about how to ‘behave’ around it.

willko April 2, 2014 at 2:28 pm

Haha, you nailed the anthropomorphic foolishness of dog lovers exactly. Yes, and that’s the hypocrisy of the dog cultists, they want it both ways – dog as human, dog as wild animal. The audacity to expect the rest of society to adapt to an essentially worthless animal’s unpredictable behavior is beyond belief. Again, the contemporary dog is essentially useless, nothing but a consumer item. I have the deepest reverence for wild animals, a part of real nature. Probably more a part than most of humanity nowadays. The other hypocrisy I see in dog-lovers is their self-proclaimed “love of animals”. From my experience it usually excludes truly wild animals that could possibly kill and injure their ‘dawg”. In my neck of the woods, have some coyotes, mountain lion or wolves roaming about and the doggers will be the most vocal about having them exterminated for the sake of their precious fleabag…

dogsfromhell April 2, 2014 at 6:01 pm

“The entire idea of how to “behave” around dogs just shows how insane the dog culture has become.”

Isn’t that the truth. This person thinks she is helping but she doesn’t realize she has the mindset of a dog cultist. We do not have to change our behavior to serve dogs. They have long out lived their usefulness and truly do no belong in residential areas. It is not our responsibility to accommodate dogs in order to avoid attack. Its ludicrous.

Ps Thanks for the practical tips. What size golf club do you recommend?

willko April 3, 2014 at 6:30 am

DFH, I carry an old 9 iron, filed the edge to make it a bit sharper. You can probably get one at a yard sale or goodwill type store for a few dollars. I’ve swung at a few dogs and they mostly retreat, only had to hit a two dogs. I swing for the nose like I’m driving the ball. I love the reaction of the off-leash doggers the most, they’re almost frantic trying to get their craphound under control. What’s revealing about that is it shows they don’t really know what the dogs reaction will be. We have a leash ordinance that over half the doggers ignore.

Canetoad March 31, 2014 at 2:33 pm

Here is an excellent article by a vet about over-the-top dog-loving owners. http://citizen.co.za/92579/psychology-of-pet-owners/#commects-section Sample: “It is disconcerting to wake up to being licked in the face soon after the dog has licked its anus or some other undesirable activity. Dog-lovers love being licked all over their face, which they will explain is nothing more than being kissed because the dogs love them to bits. The fact that only humans can love, in the true sense of the word, will never be believed.” There are no comments yet, but I can imagine the sense of outrage that will be conveyed through semi-literate jottings that contain an excessive number of exclamation marks.


dogsfromhell March 31, 2014 at 6:05 pm

Canetoad that is a great article. His point about the ability of dogs to understand language should be heeded by doggers. It brings to mind an account of a pit bull attack that occurred about a year ago. A woman was severely mauled by her pit bull as she was leaving her home one day. She stated that the reason the dog attacked her was because she said to the dog, “Mommy needs to go out for a little while”. She said the dog didn’t want her to go out so it attacked her.


dogsfromhell April 1, 2014 at 6:56 am

Hey check out Dog Toilet Paper Tongue. Gawd, it’s so horrible I can hardly look at it! LOL. I’ve actually seen my neighbor doing this while he lounges in his yard. agggggghhhhh!


Canetoad April 1, 2014 at 1:56 am

A woman has drowned in Wales after being cut off by the tide while walking eight (yes,eight) dogs with her daughter. Five of the dogs also drowned. There is much weeping and wailing for the dogs in the comments section, but as far as some people are concerned, never mind about the woman. Or she was loyal in trying to save her dogs, when the reality is that she was probably exhausted and succumbed. It’s a tragic case and I do feel for the woman’s daughter, who witnessed it all, was nearly drowned herself and lost her mum. But why are so many people more concerned about the dogs? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2593801/Dog-walker-five-pets-drown-tide-rushes-Victims-daughter-rescued-coastguard-trapped-water-hour.html Sometimes I have an urge to bash the heads of dog lovers together to knock some sense into them.


Doug April 2, 2014 at 8:05 am

Women killed by Pit Bulls: http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2014/04/01/police-say-pit-bulls-killed-kaufman-woman/

Honestly, I think this is actually a positive outcome. Apparently neighbors complained 7 times about aggressive dogs and nothing was done. At least the only person hurt was the person stupid enough to live in a home with 8 aggressive dogs. And now they are euthanized, a threat to no-one. We need laws to protect people from these aggressive animals.


willko April 2, 2014 at 2:40 pm

Too bad the son gets off. Something tells me he would be genetically incapable of remorse anyway. I truly believe most pit owners are socio/psychopaths, to a much greater degree than “normal” doggers…..


nodogs4me April 2, 2014 at 9:09 am

WHY….. do we need more dogs in America, when the shelters are already overflowing with them. What a ridiculous waster of resources.



Canetoad April 3, 2014 at 2:51 am

I have just posted a link to this article from The Humanist on ‘The Cult of Dog Worship’ section but it is such a good article that I’m providing a link here as well: http://thehumanist.com/november-december-2009/the-dog-delusion/ Note the little diagrams at the top showing the dog’s elevation from Dog to God.


dogsfromhell April 3, 2014 at 7:44 am

Great, great article Canetoad. I’m saving that one in my file labeled Dog Insanity.


K.N. April 3, 2014 at 12:52 pm

I agree with the article’s author. But how do you get the obsessive dog-people to open their eyes?


nodogs4me April 3, 2014 at 5:17 am

Great posts on protecting oneself from dog attacks. You guys are right that the pepper spray and a physical deterrent is probably a better idea. However, the lemon juice may suffice for visiting folks with little dogs, just to prevent them from climbing up on you or licking your face. My sister called a day or so ago, and I mentioned in an earlier post she won’t come to visit because she won’t leave her dogs for a few hours. After talking with her in a little more detail, it seems she is really serious. She has her husband watch them just to go to the pool a few minutes and she said he mentioned when they hear her flip flops walking back. they start getting all excited. She tells me, she is the only one who can feed them, otherwise, they won’t eat. Well, she is creating the problem, no one else. If she allowed her husband to feed them, and then just because they didn’t eat it immediately, they would learn, but instead, she takes over all the feeding. I told her she was losing her mind, and they were NOT children, and other household members should be able to feed them and handle them if she does something away from the house. I told her that is unhealthy, she is NOT the dog’s Mommy and she needs to have a life. Another example of how bad it has gotten, is that, they will be driving back north for the summer, and it used to be until they got the dogs, they used the airlines and would be home within a few hours. Now they drive a 24 plus hour trip. So I asked my sister if she and her husband shared the driving, She said, Oh no, she can’t drive, because the dogs will be on her lap. She has really lost it.. I mean, that is what dog crates are for, for God’s sakes. My sister used to drive, but now her life is caring for the dogs and not much else. I mean, she needs help in the head as far as what this has gone. I didn’t ask her but I am sure she doesn’t go to the bathroom without the dogs. I am just at such at loss, What is lacking in her life, that has caused her to do this?


dogsfromhell April 3, 2014 at 7:18 am

That is very sad. And sad that you have lost your relationship with your sister to dogs. Some people need so badly to be needed at any costs. I wish I had some advice for you :(


nodogs4me April 3, 2014 at 7:35 am

Thanks.. I am okay… really, There is not much I can do.. but I am concerned about her emotional health. My sister has always been someone who enjoyed driving. she even did some amateur racing in the the day and has many awards. Now, she won’t even split some of the driving with her husband on a 26 hour trip, because the dogs ‘have’ to be on her lap. That just doesn’t seem normal if you ask me. He is the one who brought the two dogs home one day, without even discussing it with her, and they had never had a dog before. But she has become their ‘mommy’ and won’t leave them for any length of time, even with her husband. I think she has serious mental issues. I know others who have dogs and they don’t spend their entire lives catering to them. Just at a loss for words.


Canetoad April 3, 2014 at 5:59 am

Photos like this leave me cold. That poor baby has no choice in the matter. http://i.imgur.com/MUJgJYl.jpg


K.N. April 3, 2014 at 12:56 pm

Pit propaganda. Truly sick.


Hatemutts April 4, 2014 at 11:35 am

I’m happy i found this post.
I am pregnant right now and i just hate my fiance’s dog. I thought when i moved in with him everything would be fine and perfect at least.

When i was a kid i was bitten by a dog right by my artery and i was hospitalized for it.so dogs and i aren’t in good terms since i was a kid.

Anyway the mutt that we have now has been with him for 2 years.I’ve been with him just last year.At first this mutt was cute in my eyes but when i moved in she is annoying. She wants to be in bed with us and i dont like it coz we dont have much space in bed ,now that i’m pregnant i dont want to be squished.She has severe separation anxiety and it annoys me.When we get home and i open the bedroom she runs immediately to my fiance and our pillows and blankets are on the floor coz she goes up the bed when we are out and she is so excited to see my fiance everything falls down.She sheds too and my fiance doesnt clean up her nasty fur.my stuff is hairy and we have a cat too so everything is hairy. The mutt steals the bed of the cat too when i dont allow her up in bed.and when she’s in heat like menstruating my fiance wants her up in bed and i refuse because its unhygeinic. She is so needy for attention,i dont give her any coz i hate her.

We had a hard time looking for apartment too just because of her and it caused me alot of stress.we spent tons of money on her too for her special porch potty and other stuff which i think is just a waste of money.i think she is a useless, annoying mutt.

I hate it when my fiance compares the unconditional love of a dog and human love.

I hope this dog dies soon.but not gonna happen,maybe in 10 years.
The most annoying thing is she will be bred so we will have more disgusting mutts.

I just put up with everything coz i love my fiance. But deep inside i want to eliminate this mutt.


Canetoad April 5, 2014 at 12:51 am

I would NEVER get together with anyone who had a dog but I appreciate that love is blind and there is a tendency to think that everything will be OK. Dogs don’t show ‘unconditional love’ – they form a bond with the person that feeds them and are incapable of feeling love in the sense that we as humans know it. Unfortunately this is mistaken for unconditional love by dog owners. As for having the dog in the bed, especially when it’s on heat, I nearly fell off my chair. If he is non-negotiable on this maybe you could spend even more money on some dog diapers specially made for bitches on heat? It would be easy to suggest that you leave him but I know that’s not necessarily as easy as it sounds. You don’t say what breed it is but any breed can be dangerous around a baby – in the UK a baby a few days old was savaged to death by a Jack Russell: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/9693200/Harry-Harper-family-devastated-at-baby-boys-pet-dog-attack-death.html Unfortunately, when this dog dies he’ll probably want another one. You might have to make some tough decisions. Best of luck.


nodogs4me April 5, 2014 at 6:31 am

Hatemutts.. I totally understand your predicament. Sad to say. I would not make a lifetime commitment to someone who insists on having a dog in the bed. It is bad enough having a dog or even worse, dogs in the house, but the bed?? That is where the line was drawn for me. I tried staying over with my possible fiance now and then because I really did want to see if could work, but I was constantly repulsed. and for my own sanity had to call it off. Granted, there were MANY dogs, and a lot of people felt the same way as I did, before me and I’m sure after. But getting back to what Canetoad said. it is better to never allow yourself to be in a position to commit your life to someone, who will not live without a dog. I know from my experience, I would never do it again and would choose to be alone before going that route. However, if you are already going to have this man’s child. it is not as easy to turn back. So sorry you are in that predicament. but yeah, it’s likely he’ll just get another one. Seriously, I think you hooked up with the wrong person for you..


Canetoad April 4, 2014 at 3:48 pm

DOGS STINK! I was surfing and came across this on Netmums (not a site I normally frequent, but there you go). Someone is asking how to get rid of the dog smell in their home. Of all the replies (about using plug-in air fresheners and joss sticks and so on), not one person has disagreed and said that dogs don’t stink. They have all admitted it!


nodogs4me April 4, 2014 at 4:06 pm

Oh hell yeah they do!!!!! That is really high up there on my list. I mean, it is a nasty smell. Completely revolting and a huge nausea factor for me.


Canetoad April 5, 2014 at 12:35 am
nodogs4me April 5, 2014 at 6:58 am

Thanks for posting that. Yeah. but get ‘em to admit here that dogs stink. I didn’t find one particular person who seemed to get it though…. and this is what I have said all along, that dogs do not belong on beds and furniture if people are going to have them.. Here is the quote that stands out.
“i have no carpets downstairs and the dogs are not allowed upstairs. i have noticed the dogs beds have needed washing more as they have gotten older as they seem to be stinking more with age, dogs not allowed on furniture either and their beds get put through machine at least once a week. i use an old single duvet and cover for their bed so its easy to wash and freshen up”
Now why is that so hard. They should NOT be sharing furniture with humans. This is the way I was brought up early on, that if people had them, dogs had their own beds and such. Things have changed so much.


moses April 5, 2014 at 3:25 am

What a great site. Finally, there is a place where people can truly express how much they hate dogs.


dogsfromhell April 5, 2014 at 6:10 am

We should applaud the US Postal Service for taking a stand against aggressive dogs. Delivery was suspended on one residential block and residents required to pick up their mail because of an off-leash aggressive Chihuahua mix. The USPS said in the article it will resume delivery once the dog is contained. Another self centered dog owner strikes again.


“Last year, 5,879 postal employees were attacked by dogs across the United States, according statistics released by the U.S. Postal Service.”


dogsfromhell April 5, 2014 at 6:59 am

The Postal Service continues its tradition of calling attention to one of the nation’s most commonly reported public health problems: dog bites.

National Dog Bite Prevention Week is a public service campaign that offers safety tips and emphasizes the need for increased pet owner responsibility in the prevention of dog bites.

The American Veterinary Medical Association (AMVA), the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) report that small children, the elderly, and Postal Service carriers — in that order — are the most frequent victims of dog bites. It is also stated that the number of dog bites exceeds the reported instances of measles, whooping cough and mumps, combined. Dog bite victims account for up to five percent of emergency room visits. Our campaign is “Any dog can bite. Don’t be fooled”.


nodogs4me April 5, 2014 at 7:07 am

I hope this message really gets a chance to get out there. Personally I think postal carriers and other delivery personnel should be allowed to shoot dogs that attack them, no questions asked. I was talking to my UPS guy a few weeks ago, and he has been bitten 5 times. That is NOT acceptable. I mean, yes a dog does have a protective aspect to it. but if you are going to expect to have deliveries of any sort to your home, it is your responsibility to keep your mutt contained. That simple.


Canetoad April 5, 2014 at 9:51 am

I had a look at some of the comments on the article about the dog that stopped the mail deliveries, and one of them really stood out: “That dog looks like a min-pin [miniature pinscher] more than a Chihuahua or maybe it’s mixed with one. We used to have 2 min-pins and they were absolutely vicious with strangers. We kept them in a chain link fenced in yard. You would be surprised to see how many people who, ignoring signs about a dog that bites, would stick their hands through the fence just to see what would happen. Rarely, if ever, happened more than once. Except for my father-in-law of course, he got bit several times. The electric company meter man would go down the fence and use binoculars to read the meter in the summer.” What makes people keep vicious dogs as pets?

willko April 6, 2014 at 1:38 pm
dogsfromhell April 6, 2014 at 3:07 pm

Canetoad gets credit for finding the pic of the dog doing what it does best.


nodogs4me April 7, 2014 at 3:13 pm
Pet Assassin April 8, 2014 at 5:54 am

Thought you might like this site: http://www.pet-assassin.co.uk


dogsfromhell April 8, 2014 at 11:03 am

That’s hysterical. There should be the option to have it euthanized by dog foul fumes.


Pet Assassin April 8, 2014 at 1:25 pm

haha I’ll add that to the requests section


dogsfromhell April 8, 2014 at 3:54 pm

or how about driven to the point of canine suicide from exposure to barking


Ban Dogs April 9, 2014 at 8:00 pm

That is awesome. I love the look on the dog’s face.


Canetoad April 9, 2014 at 3:28 pm

One thing that never ceases to irritate me is the outpouring of pseudo-grief online for dogs that are about to be euthanised for biting someone or for dogs that have met a sad end. What always strikes me about these outpourings is that they take the form of something like, “oh poor lil doggie he shuldnt have to die i think the child must of teazed him cos [insert breed of your choice] are very loving Big kisses for [insert name of by now world-famous biting dog]“. In other words, most dog lovers are not very bright and are over-emotional. I found this interesting post on another site: “C.S. Forester observed in one of his Hornblower novels that the common seaman was excessively sentimental. He would happily disembowel an enemy sailor yet would become mawkish when the welfare of an animal was at issue. // That perceptive insight applied to the ill-educated generally at the time of the Napoleonic Wars (and before) and it applies today. // Mawkishness has come to the fore in recent decades because the media depends on the lowest common denominator and feed them what they want.” Which is why some so-called newspapers shove dog stories down readers’ throats on a daily basis.


nodogs4me April 9, 2014 at 3:39 pm

Yes.. you talk about outpouring, and that’s no understatement. I see pictures floating around all the time of dogs that have had a gazillion dollars spent on them after and accident of sorts or something else that happened. What is the point in keeping an animal and putting them through a lot of suffering, and the cost of what it takes to save them, or keep them alive, knowing they will never have a full life back. Seems all the dog nutters come up with money for that, but homeless people who are sick.. the feeling seems to be, ‘let ‘em die’. Sick twisted world we live in.


dogsfromhell April 10, 2014 at 11:15 am

The point is that it’s really all about the dog meeting the dog slaver’s emotional needs in spite of all their posturing


Ban Dogs April 9, 2014 at 8:03 pm

They even do this on articles where a child has been killed. It is unbelievable and enraging.


Canetoad April 10, 2014 at 2:18 am

Yes. If a man (or woman) kills a child, the comments are always along the lines of ‘hang him’, ‘jail him and throw away the key’ and (the favourite) ‘rot in hell’. If a dog kills a child, the comments take on a very different tone, the main one being, “It’s not the dog’s fault!” Whereas the man is expected to be jailed forever if he is not executed, if it’s a dog, huge numbers of bleeding-heart dog lovers are mobilised via the internet to plead for the animal’s life. The child becomes secondary, or no longer matters. Moreover, it must have been the child’s fault that they were killed because they didn’t know how to behave around dogs (at the age of two). Or it’s the parents’ fault for letting the child go near a strange dog – but it’s never the parents’ fault for having a dog that is a ‘member of the family’ and which subsequently kills their child. They are rarely, if ever, charged with child neglect. How did humanity arrive at this state? Where all sense of proportion amongst a large (that is, dog-worshipping) section of the population has been lost? Where vicious dogs are more important than those who are attacked and killed by them? The dog excusers are quick to point out that a dog is an animal. Which begs the question, why do people keep large animals (as opposed to rabbits, guinea pigs and the like) that have the potential to inflict damaging bites, and to maim and kill?


Canetoad April 10, 2014 at 3:12 am

And, just to add to my previous post:
Baby is born in unfortunate circumstances, as a child is moved between several different relatives’ homes and placements, is beaten and abused, gets into a bad crowd and, as an adult, kills someone. NO EXCUSE!
A dog is born in unfortunate circumstances, has several homes and spells in shelters and, as an adult dog, kills someone. IT’S NOT THE DOG’S FAULT!
Has anyone else noticed this common thread where Saint Dog is concerned?


dogsfromhell April 10, 2014 at 11:29 am

That is a really good point.Even if the dog is only as capable as a three year old and I find the comparison simply nonsense, adopted/fostered three year old children are given back when they become problem children. Next they’ll be euthanizing them while they save the freaking dogs.

Ban Dogs April 10, 2014 at 1:38 pm

All your points are dead on. I just do not understand it.

A cougar in our area was killed for stalking some people. Now, I love animals and I feel bad for the cougar, but I’m not going to start protesting over its death. What was supposed to be done? Let it kill someone then put it on trial? That’s what these people seem to want for their dogs.

Hell, they don’t even want the trial. They want automatic summary judgements of their dogs’ innocence. Then they want the victim condemned as a criminal that provoked their poor dog. Maybe even restitution from the estate of the victim. That’s really about what it seems like.

There are a lot of nutcases out there.

dogsfromhell April 10, 2014 at 11:20 am

These beasts are hardly domestic. When did the concept of domestic fall by the wayside? They do not belong in human habitats if they cannot get along with humans. They prove time and time again that they do not.


dogsfromhell April 10, 2014 at 11:13 am

And newspapers typically written at an 8th grade level so all “everyone” can understand are easily comprehended by dog slavers. If the cultists cannot enjoy the news at least they can have a fuzzy feeling reading about their franken-family.


Canetoad April 10, 2014 at 2:05 pm

I’ve noticed that comments on political and scientific articles are generally well-reasoned and have accurate spelling and grammar. Comments on articles about dogs in the same ‘newspaper’ generally look as if they have been written by people who are not very bright and who think that exclamation marks should be used in blocks of ten. As their entire lives revolve around their dog(s), politics and science are words that don’t interest them (and they probably wouldn’t be able to spell them anyway).


Canetoad April 10, 2014 at 2:56 am

There are some good anti-dog comments on here: http://www.experienceproject.com/question-answer/Am-I-Evil-Because-I-Hate-Dogs/682824 The question seems to have been asked by a young person who was told by their parents that they are evil because they hate dogs! Sensible, more like. I just loved this particular comment: “well my step mother got a shelter dog it ****** all over everything just to do it . it’s loud annoying and useless.” Surely not? Shelter dogs are one step removed from sainthood, right? You can’t go wrong with a dog from a shelter! Even if it ******s everywhere or kills your child (as a shelter dog did in this tragic case: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2511858/Final-goodbye-twinkling-star-Lexi-Branson-4-mauled-death-familys-dog.html). I find these images of this child’s funeral so utterly sad – and yet, four comments in, there is the inevitable one that starts, “It’s not the dog’s fault.” Sorry, but it damn well is.


dogsfromhell April 10, 2014 at 11:23 am

Canetoad. You always find the best articles! I will be sure to check out martyr shelter dogs.


naoma4 April 10, 2014 at 12:32 pm

Dogs just plain STINK. And they stink up your house. I can smell a dog upon entry and will promptly back out. The smell makes me nauseous. And “picking up” after them — AAARRRGH. People say that “they are our fur children.” Well, dogs will always crap and you pick it up. At least a child will go to school, graduate, learn to use the toilet and become a productive citizen. Dogs will still crap and stink.
Get the difference?


Mary April 10, 2014 at 1:37 pm

They do nothing but eat, sleep, poop, mark sites like your trees and bushes, and take over their owner’s lives, not to mention how awful their houses look when they haven’t had time to clean!


Nicole April 10, 2014 at 8:22 pm

Ok so basically all of the reasons you hate dogs also aply to humans.
1.Humans are loud, you’re saying its ok for us to talk but not them? THAT IS HOW THE TALK!
2/3.Humans are dirty and smelly too. That is why people showerand put deoderant on. So many people shower every day and that is way more than dogs need.
5. So what, you obviously wont be getting a dog anytime… ever.
6. UM NO. YOU ARE. Your personality is ugly just by making this website shows how awful of a person you are and how much free time you have.
7.OK… If you were stuck at home all alone for the whole day while your family was at work/school wouldn’t you be lonely… maybe you made this site to gain attention ;) i think thats it.
8. Thats why you train them. Its like training kids not to eat small pieces or teaching them to go to the bathroom.
9. i agree its hard to walk outside with ur bare feet with a dog, but that doesnt mean u need to HATE them.
10. WOW. Cats are smellier, have sharper nails, and basically the exact same as a dog, just less cuddly.



K.N. April 10, 2014 at 9:18 pm

Nicole, you can twist everything to your liking but it still defies reality.
I’ve never smelled a stinky cat. Dogs, however, always smell like dogs.
When’s the last time a cat attacked and chewed off the face of some kid or old person?
Maybe you missed this post from above about the cuddly beast you’re defending: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2511858/Final-goodbye-twinkling-star-Lexi-Branson-4-mauled-death-familys-dog.html.


nodogs4me April 11, 2014 at 5:29 am

I find dogs to have the most revolting smell of most animals I have ever encountered.I had a longhorn bull some years back and he didn’t smell nasty like a dog. We are talking about about the actual odor of the dog, not the bathrooms they use. Cats don’t stink. Only thing that can sometimes stink with cats is if people have a litter box in the house that they don’t clean often enough, or have too many cats for one box. But the cats themselves do not have a raunchy stinky odor to them like dogs. I also have a rabbit, and the rabbit doesn’t smell either. I don’t like dog on me or near me, and it is revolting to see them in shopping carts at grocery stores.


dogsfromhell April 11, 2014 at 7:29 am

I can never understand why dog slavers think that all you have to do is wash it and it doesn’t stink. It doesn’t matter what you do, the stench is reeking from their pores. They only smell slightly less foul after washing and it lasts for a day at best. Then the things are frantic to go outside and roll around in dirt and shit. I guess its the inbreeding that makes them stink so bad. I’d rather visit the zoo.


willko April 10, 2014 at 10:09 pm

Like the rest of the dogs worshiping cretins who comment here you seem to have the difficulty identifying with your own species. We don’t confuse dog behavior with human behavior. To do so compromises one’s intellect and reasoning. What you think you’ve gained by the inane and mindless devotion to an utterly useless and inbred scavenger has come at a steep price to your development as a socially and intelligent evolving human being, as you so well demonstrate…..


Canetoad April 10, 2014 at 10:37 pm

It’s not hard to walk outside if you have a dog. It’s just that you’re likely to end up with crap on the soles of your feet and between your toes. Still, better you than some non-dog-owner getting their shoes messed up on the pavement. Maybe your fourth point should read, “Have you heard of motions?” (a word inextricably linked to dogs, if you’re bright enough to see what I’m getting at). As for the creator and moderator of this site showing how much spare time they have, I’ll bet my bottom dollar that the time they spend on here is only a fraction of the time that dog lovers give to their needy, smelly mutts.


willko April 11, 2014 at 5:06 am

“I’ll bet my bottom dollar that the time they spend on here is only a fraction of the time that dog lovers give to their needy, smelly mutts.”
Well said.
We probably have a little more money too, not to mention common sense and decency….


dogsfromhell April 10, 2014 at 11:58 pm

Humans are loud, you’re saying its ok for us to talk but not them? THAT IS HOW THE TALK!
While we do not imagine that humans are the same as dogs, barking is the equivalent of someone screaming aggressively in your face.

Humans are dirty and smelly too. That is why people shower and put deoderant on. So many people shower every day
Exactly our point. Humans are socialized to bathe

…and that is way more than dogs need
LMAO you must be immune to the stench of dog or your olfactory glands are fried from exposure to dog foul fumes. I hope you are bathing daily.

Yes. Dogs don’t have any and you appear to be operating solely on yours. No thinking required.

If you were stuck at home all alone for the whole day while your family was at work/school wouldn’t you be lonely
Yep that’s why dogs do not belong in residential areas where humans live. Dog slavers like you hold dogs captive to meet your own selfish emotional needs.


dogsfromhell April 11, 2014 at 12:13 am

…..you’re saying its ok for us to talk but not them? THAT IS HOW THE TALK!

After all the dog noise I have had to endure in my life I could care less about “dog communication” Your beasts simply need to shut the hell up. If they’re so smart teach them sign language so humans don’t have to be tortured by their mind numbing noise. Maybe they can learn to write and send us messages. People like you who allege to care about dogs only make people like us hate them more.


willko April 11, 2014 at 4:56 am

I think it was you who said that dogs bark at everything and nothing.


dogsfromhell April 11, 2014 at 7:21 am

Sounds like something I’d say but its so true. The stupid pit bill next door was barking at my other neighbor’s tarp for gods sake.

nodogs4me April 11, 2014 at 7:40 am

Yes.. they don’t bark just to communicate. My neighbor’s pit bull barks for hours on end if they leave, and she starts acting real weird. I even got a little nervous and she knows me. The fence is under 4 feet tall between the yards…

There is another dogs that, like clockworks starts in the evening at the same time for hours on end. Since I have dogs on every side and across the street as well, it’s like I have surround sound.. NICE!

Canetoad April 11, 2014 at 2:28 pm

Humans never get blocked anal glands. I’ve never seen a human ‘scoot’ along the carpet on his or her naked backside, emitting a pungent odour which apparently smells of fish that’s gone off. Nor does a human leave a blocked anal gland stink on the soft furnishings. So much for humans being dirty and smelly, which I assume includes you, Nicole. And WHO squeezes those blocked anal glands to … oh, it’s too disgusting to comment further, but I’ll give you a clue: it’s not another dog.


steven smith April 11, 2014 at 11:05 am

Everyone who says pitbulls are dangerous are partly true bexause usally the ones who attack have probably had abuse and maybe they are in dog fights because some sick people do that to make a profit although I would advise you to not leave them alone with small children because they can become agresive but that is not always the case.also not all dogs are horrible because you people are all insecure that you should call all dogs scum because their not and also before some pitbulls were aggresive to people they use to be nanny dofs that were loving creatures but now the media has made them look like the bad guys because they have been abused or even beaten so dont tell me that they are all horrible because their not you people are.


willko April 11, 2014 at 12:42 pm

OMG, is this for real…?
I think we’ve found our poster boy.
His comment needs to be enshrined in this site’s Hall of Fame….


Canetoad April 11, 2014 at 2:38 pm

Oh, dear. Pit bulls have been spectacular failures as ‘nanny dofs’ given that they have maimed and killed so many young children. The whole thing is a myth! Even pit bull advocacy groups are distancing themselves from the ‘nanny dof’ stuff because there are legitimate concerns that young children are being exposed to danger as a result of owners of low intelligence thinking they can use their pit bulls to babysit.


dogsfromhell April 11, 2014 at 4:28 pm

Haha! And I love the logic here, “dont tell me that they are all horrible because their not you people are”

Translation: I know you are but what am I?


dogsfromhell April 11, 2014 at 4:37 pm

but now the media has made them look like the bad guys

The media doesn’t need to make pit bulls look like the demons they are because they don’t have to. Pit bulls have earned the reputation they deserve.

The media isn’t making pit bulls look like the “bad guys” because pit bulls are dogs. That means another species. The term “bad guys” is reserved for humans.

PS We’re here to tell you pit bulls are all horrible.


willko April 11, 2014 at 5:22 pm

‘steven smith” is another psychopath believer who condones and advocates the horrific deaths and mutilation of innocent children and the elderly. I cannot even imagine what a child must experience while being torn apart by these savage beasts but it makes my heart ache, having had children of my own. These people aren’t even human anymore; why I have no reservations about showing my loathing and contempt for the entire culture. They’re flat out criminals. The comments by the pit advocates after one of these child killings is beyond belief. What an insane culture…..
Meanwhile here’s a link on fatal dog attacks this year, so far..


dogsfromhell April 11, 2014 at 6:12 pm

Thank you for this willko. It’s very disheartening. I couldn’t agree more with everything you’ve said. The idea of a child being ripped apart by one of these devils is enough to keep you up at night.


nodogs4me April 11, 2014 at 6:32 pm

I agree with your sentiments. I have heard some very heart wrenching accounts from parents who have had their children horrifically murdered by these disgusting creatures.. and NO the dogs were NOT abused, mistreated or been used in dog fights. These are people who knew the parents of their dog and had the dog from puppyhood and raised it well. Then a child came along. and after a number of years the dog snapped. From what I have read this poor mom was in the bathroom when her child was attacked and from how the story was described, it was like the set of a horror film. Damn it people, wake up. This is NOT an isolated incident. I urge anyone to listen to the parents of some of the deceased children and hear their cries in vain, to prevent others from having a similar fate. They never expected it… and never thought it would happen to them. I hate dogs, but if you are insistent on having one.. and have children…. at least get yourself a mutt that won’t kill your baby or anyone else. Get a poodle, a spaniel.. a beagle. Something that can nip, but not destroy. This should be law, and enforced for everyone’s safety. People are stupid in the US.


Canetoad April 12, 2014 at 12:24 am

“Despite – or perhaps because of – the millions of dollars poured into marketing the pit bull as a family pet ….” Why are pit bulls marketed as family pets when, clearly, they are not? Shelters are full of the things, and often in these places there are misguided people who cannot bear to have ANY dog euthanised. No kill, right? By marketing the pit bull as a family pet, it ensures that huge numbers find their way into homes – often with tragic consequences – and fewer are euthanised. Thankfully the UK has banned them through Breed Specific Legislation.


mfatpony@aol.com April 23, 2014 at 1:04 pm

Funny, all the stories on the news here the pittbull is a family pet, beloved by all , loves everyone. No abuse. Raised from a puppy in the home. Trained and obedient. Right up till it decides to eat the baby.


Canetoad April 12, 2014 at 5:43 am

Interesting one here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2602510/Solicitor-bitten-face-trying-stop-Staffordshire-bull-terrier-ripping-apart-tiny-puppy-police-STILL-hunting-dog-owner-ran-off.html#comments I’m not entirely sure why this made the national news as this sort of thing must happen often, but there are a lot of anti-bully-breed comments on here. Maybe the message is starting to get through.


nodogs4me April 12, 2014 at 6:13 am

It does seem the UK is more informed and diligent about the pit bulls are good pets mentality, but I am sad to say we have the complete opposite thing going on here. If you even try to bring the subject up, the entire pit bull advocacy seems to come forward and squash you. I do have a few friends that feel the same as I do about pits particularly, but we are outnumbered.


Canetoad April 12, 2014 at 6:09 am

I don’t believe this! Michael Vick’s pit bulls have been rehomed in homes with babies. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2602961/Sweet-Vicktory-Dogs-owned-Michael-Vick-loving-homes.html And the Mail Online has photographed one with a baby and called it a ‘nanny dog’. This should never have happened. I just cannot believe it.


nodogs4me April 12, 2014 at 6:22 am

Just the point I was trying to make in my above comment. In the US.. the whole “pit bulls are wonderful family pets” thing is really being pushed. I really think we are losing the battle here. I mean there are laws protecting children from so many things, like having to be strapped in a car seat till a certain age, and many other laws I don’t believe we are gonna succeed at getting pit bulls banned here, but it should be a law that they are banned around children, at least


Canetoad April 12, 2014 at 7:52 am

You are so right, nodogs4me. There are so many laws designed to protect children but there is currently no law that prevents people with a baby or young child from having a pit bull in the home. It should be law that certain breeds of dog cannot be kept in homes where there are babies and young children.


mfatpony@aol.com April 12, 2014 at 10:32 am

Watched Cesar 911 last night. Vicious dog that attacked and savaged friend saved by cesar instead of being put down. He was so glad the dog could be fixed because if it attacked again it would be put down.
Not one word about the possible victim(s). I wonder what happens the day one of his reformed pitts goes bonkers and disembowels someone. All the pittbull freaks talk out of both sides of their mouth. One its an agressive dog that needs expert handling and then right on to how its a wonderful family pet.


Canetoad April 12, 2014 at 10:38 am

There never is word about the victim. They are conveniently forgotten. It’s all about the dog.


willko April 12, 2014 at 6:38 pm

Milan is a charlatan, anyone but a dog worshiper could see that. He’s marketed himself well, with help from the pet industry who also propagate a load of all-things-dog bullshit. His “saved pit bull show” is just that – entertainment for the doggers but also misinformation, as you point out. I personally would consider it criminal to show pit bulls in a false light on national TV, I’m sure he’ll be indirectly responsible for someone’s death. This guy does international tours, also.


mfatpony@aol.com April 14, 2014 at 2:29 pm

Everyone should watch that show but not for the propaganda being sludged out. There is not one person that needs a pittbull or any dog that is agressive in their home or possession.
Hint. real guard dogs do not bark 24/7 and need a tow chain to drag them off someone. Much like real service dogs are ghosts next to their owners doing a job. Large dogs in fact any pet should not be in direct contact with any child who is too young to take reasonable instructions from the adults. I’m guessing there are many more bites that don’t require medical care , and some that do than are reported.
In my county being treated for any animal wound or bite the AC is contacted and the owners must produce vaccination and licence tags. Agressive dogs shouldn’t get a lable. They should get the needle.


Canetoad April 12, 2014 at 2:44 pm

Here is the story of a pit bull that started to eat its owner’s grandmother, starting with her arm. The super-duper nanny dog really excelled itself this time! But, of course, we all know it’s the owner’s fault. Quote from Animal Control: “This dog was not previously known to us, it was registered, it was microchipped and the owner, from what I can gather, appeared responsible.” http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10823515


Canetoad April 12, 2014 at 2:53 pm

And here’s another nanny dog story, interesting in part because of what is said by a mother whose child was affected by the nanny dog’s strange method of nurturing: “I used to think it was the owner, but now I don’t. I think it’s the breed. I think there’s something in them, the way they were bred, they can just snap.” http://www.vancouversun.com/life/bull+attacks+children+lead+renewed+calls/7164005/story.html#ixzz255bYaV7W


nodogs4me April 12, 2014 at 3:02 pm

And it’s the same thing repeated over and over.. that they NEVER believed the doog would turn. If they could see the pit bull for what it is.. like having a loaded gun in the house with a toddler. Yeah., it’s okay if you can keep the gun in the safe.. or away from the child., but guaranteed someone is gonna get hurt if the child is around it. I don’t think most parents want to play Russian Roulette with their child, but the dog is even worse than the gun. The gun IS predicable, but most pit bull attacks are not. Problem is when they attack, they want to kill. not just nip. These vicious killers all need to be put down. Damn advocates… they are morons and innocent people are getting hurt. I think there should be a class action lawsuit against any group that promotes pits bulls,… whenever someone is needlessly maimed.


willko April 12, 2014 at 6:44 pm

Lot’s of pit owners keep the “dirty little secrets” about their pit on the down-low, mostly in regards to other animals they attack and kill. That is statistically much larger than attacks on humans but doesn’t usually make the news.


nodogs4me April 12, 2014 at 6:31 pm

Oh God…. people are trusting too many dogs with their young. Even though this is not a pit, Huskies do have a history of mauling children..



Canetoad April 13, 2014 at 1:00 am

Get the title – “Husky Imitates Baby – Adorable”. What is wrong with these lowest-common-denominator people? Maybe they should look up what these dogs are capable of.


J April 13, 2014 at 6:34 am

You my friend are an idiot. Sad, sick soul. Feel sorry for you


willko April 13, 2014 at 7:19 am

I don’t think anyone here is your ‘friend’. That would be your dawg, it will understand…..


Canetoad April 13, 2014 at 10:49 am

Yes, your dawg is your friend! It loves you unconditionally, remember – especially when you’re feeding it (ha! ha!). Think of us when you’re carrying around your little plastic bag full of crap!


dogsfromhell April 13, 2014 at 12:44 pm

For “sad’ check out http://www.17barks.blogspot.com/2014/03/dog-attack-report-by-breed-march-2014.html per willko’s comment. For “sick” see our section on Dog Toilet Paper Tongue


Canetoad April 13, 2014 at 12:02 pm

Here is another one of those completely irresponsible baby-almost-in-the-dog’s-mouth photos. http://imgur.com/Y58sk2g Note on this one that there is a hand ready to pull the dog back in case it tries to get the baby in its jaws (or maybe it’s to push the baby into the dog’s mouth – might as well be). There are some truly stupid people around, and what do Child Protective Services do about situations like this? Not a damned thing.


dogsfromhell April 13, 2014 at 12:47 pm

THAT is really scary. Beside the fact that its truly disgusting or that the poor baby cannot say no to dog feces, the baby’s head look s like a a freaking snack


dogsfromhell April 13, 2014 at 12:49 pm

THAT is really scary. Beside the fact that its truly disgusting or that the poor baby cannot say no to dog feces, the baby’s head looks like a freaking dog snack


Canetoad April 14, 2014 at 12:38 am

It’s ironic that there is the large word ‘Warning’ in the photo! And yes, the baby’s head does look like a snack. And what’s all this about the dog meeting its ‘new sister’? What a load of sentimental tosh!


Canetoad April 13, 2014 at 1:14 pm

I’ve just found this on Yahoo Answers. It just seems to me to encapsulate the joys of dog ownership: “So we are going to pull up my mom and dad’s carpeting that has been peed and pooped on by the dogs a lot. It’s covered in pee and poop stains and it’s been like that for probably over 6 years or maybe even more. Do you think that the wood floor underneath got ruined?” I don’t really know what else to say … but nothing about dog ownership surprises me any more. At least no dog has ever had its peeing and pooping backside anywhere near MY carpets!


dogsfromhell April 13, 2014 at 6:07 pm

They are oblivious!


nodogs4me April 14, 2014 at 6:41 am

I find that funny, because I was just talking to my sister recently, and she was mentioning that they have to put gates up at night and keep the dogs in the kitchen, otherwise they will be walking on wet spots on the rugs in their bedroom and living room. U guess it’s better on the linoleum. My comment to my sister was that I was shocked by all this because she used to be so clean. I mean, imagine having piss on all your rugs.. geez. I am sure they don’t call Stanley Steemer every time it has happened. The dogs have pee pads, but she said they ‘miss’ sometimes.. Hmmmmmm. May be why their previous owner got rid of them, because they were not potty trained.
I just really remember my sister being so finicky about things, to the point of almost being OCD about cleanliness. I guess that is why I am having such a hard time to understand what is going on here. I mean, dogs in the kitchen. That means the dog’s bathroom is where everyone eats. Just strikes me funny.


Canetoad April 14, 2014 at 8:03 am

I have always found the term ‘potty training’ very strange – it’s not as if the dog sits on a potty like a baby (more like craps where it wants to). ‘Crate training’ is much better – maybe your sister could shut them in crates overnight? We all know, of course, that dogs are clean animals and never poop in their crates (unless, of course, you read Yahoo Answers and similar sites where pooping and peeing in crates is revealed as being a major problem).


nodogs4me April 14, 2014 at 8:53 am

True…… potty training is a non relevant term when it comes to dogs. Seriously I doubt very much that she would crate them, considering she won’t even do that riding in a vehicle, but rather has them on her lap.

I just find the whole thing odd, because I can always remember my sister being so onto making sure people had their shoes OFF when in her place. I would definitely NOT want my shoes off now, knowing the dogs use the floor and rugs as a toilet. Might catch something.

I don’t see how she can be a fanatic about cleanliness now.


jc April 13, 2014 at 4:25 pm

Not only don’t I like dogs.. I want to know why everyone that has dogs now thinks it’s cool to own MORE than one dog – even if they live in a tiny apartment. Really? And why do people assume that if you don’t like dogs, you must be ‘afraid’ of them??? NO! I just don’t want your dirty dog sniffing me, jumping on me, or LICKING me!!! YUKKKK!!!

So, please… don’t stop with your dog when I am going for a walk and wait for me to stop and pet your dog. Not interested.

I never let my children lick someone’s face, smell their crotch, or jump on them – friends, family or strangers! Please return the same respect to me. And by the way, even if I would have LET my children ‘LICK’ your face, I can guarantee that my child had not just ‘LICKED THEIR BUTT’ and then promptly come over and licked your face!

And I knew potty-training meant 2-3 years, not a lifetime of picking up poop. Who in the world wants to walk around with a bag of sh#&?

And I didn’t let my children yell and scream every time someone walked by our home, or at all hours of the day and night.

Or bite and possibly viciously attack them.

Or poop on their lawn.

Or pee on their lawn where children play.

Or have to be tied up so as not to chase children and others.

Or smelled up the house so bad that when house-hunting it is the first smell that greets you.

Nope… not afraid – just plain don’t like ‘em. Dirty, smelly, yuk!


dogsfromhell April 13, 2014 at 6:11 pm

Thanks for the great comment and welcome to the site!


nodogs4me April 14, 2014 at 6:10 pm

So many dogs, so many things to say. Some days, I don’t even know where to begin. Went to the beach yesterday and there were dogs everywhere, including the restaurant area and again.. no one said anything at all. I don’t know if the laws differ for eating establishments that have outdoor tables, but I need to find that out. The reality is, a dog could shit by your table while you are eating, so it is still not a healthy environment.

Then, I have a friend who has been posting pictures of her dogs junk pretty near every day this week on her facebook wall. I have had others do that on occasion to show an odd sleeping position, but it has gotten quite frequent, and even to the point where it is zoomed into that area. Makes you wonder since her husband is a truck driver and away quite a bit. Ick!


nodogs4me April 14, 2014 at 6:32 pm

Yup, it is legal in Florida to have dogs at an outdoor seating area restaurant. http://www.visitstpeteclearwater.com/articles/pet-friendly-places


Canetoad April 15, 2014 at 2:18 am

Just look at the opening paragraph: “Don’t worry, we understand. You’re planning a family vacation, and your pet is part of the family. Not a problem here in St. Petersburg/Clearwater. Your best friend is welcome and will find plenty to wag or purr about.” Seriously, how many people take their cats to restaurants and the like in comparison with dogs? Hardly any. So it’s really all about dogs. How I wish some enterprising restaurateur or holiday park owner or whatever would realise that a lot of people don’t like dogs and don’t want to be surrounded by them. How refreshing it would be to read, “Don’t worry, we understand. You’re planning a family vacation, and you don’t want to be bothered by other people’s dogs. Not a problem here in [wherever]. Your dog-free family is welcome. You will find plenty to smile about, as you won’t have to worry about treading in dog faeces or urine, nor will you have to worry about the children being bitten or dogs bothering you while you’re having a meal.”


nodogs4me April 15, 2014 at 4:57 am

Seriously, the way things are in this area, I have a better chance winning the lottery than stricter dog laws. They are pretty much being allowed everywhere without question…


nodogs4me April 15, 2014 at 5:18 am

What I don’t understand is that somehow. dogs seemed to have acquired more rights than many humans. It is disheartening that I can’t even go to a beach and enjoy the day. You have to realize that when dogs are in the water, they are definitely not on leashes, so you have all these unleashed dogs around. Another thing that wasn’t that way when I was younger. Most of the beaches I went to then had a no pets policy.


Canetoad April 15, 2014 at 8:34 am
Canetoad April 15, 2014 at 8:40 am

And this place BANNED dogs because of all the problems – dogs urinating on tables and chairs, pooping on the deck, licking forks and plates, begging for food and stealing food from young children. Not to mention the potential for dog fights. If I lived in the area this place would certainly have me as a regular customer. http://www.saltydog.com/new/why-no-dogs.html


nodogs4me April 15, 2014 at 8:47 am

I wish other places would follow suit. I am just horrified that our state law even allows it. Glad this restaurant owner took heed and corrected a bad situation. It should be ILLEGAL period, to have pets of any sort in a public dining environment.

Canetoad April 15, 2014 at 9:40 am

And here is an opportunity to comment on whether dogs should be allowed in restaurants: http://www.restaurants.com/blog/should-dogs-be-allowed-in-restaurants/#.U01gnFeSooc

nodogs4me April 15, 2014 at 10:23 am

I just made comment on that Canetoad.. thanks… This dog in restaurant thing is really getting on my nerves.. Is there NO escape from mutts??

willko April 15, 2014 at 12:26 pm

On a similar note, cities along the Rio Grande are airing public service messages to dog-owners to ‘scoop the poop’. Seems studies are finding elevated levels of e.coli in the river and it’s pointing to dogs. That water is also used to irrigate food crops grown along the valley. Of course, the ditches are where most doggers walk their fleabags and allow them to crap- besides in their own neighborhoods. They don’t seem to have a problem fouling and contaminating everything and everyone around them…..


nodogs4me April 15, 2014 at 12:54 pm

Disgusting and unacceptable. Thanks for sharing Wilko. I would like to find ways to at least sometimes have dog free days, but it is getting harder to come by. I don’t see the madness stopping anytime soon.

willko April 15, 2014 at 3:49 pm

Yeah nodogs, it can be frustrating depending on where you live. Out west there are places you can get away but any urban, even semi-rural, area anywhere seems to have these misfits walking around with their tethered furslaves, shitting anywhere and everywhere, and disturbing the peace. There seems to be categories of reasons for dog-ownership – empty nest syndrome, childless females and couples, lonely men/women, self-esteem, fear and security, partner compromises, non-human family. I’m not criticizing people’s predicaments or situations just the way they choose to treat their symptoms and not the root cause, then presumptuously dumping the side-effects on the rest of society. In the meantime, they destroy common courtesy, neighborhoods, and civil society all for an inbred relationship with a filthy scavenger that’s not even among the smartest animals -wild or domesticated .If you look at the comments we get here by the dog-cultists it’s easy to conclude they’re a fairly ignorant, deluded and uninteresting group, merely mindless consumers buying a defective product, sold with lies and promises that have become a religion- opium for the masses……

Canetoad April 16, 2014 at 2:06 am

And interestingly (in response to Wilko’s comment), so many dog owners also seem to hate the human race. One only has to look at the comments sections of dog articles to find numerous instances of “Dogs are better than humans”, and the all-telling “Give me a dog over a human any day.” I think another reason for owning a dog is that some people are so socially inadequate that they cannot relate to their fellow humans. And in their pathetic misspelled bleatings about ‘nasty humans’ they conveniently forget about the vet, the dog groomer (have to grit my teeth over that one), the pet food manufacturer, the flea powder inventor, the worm tablet inventor, the plastic bag manufacturer and so on.

Canetoad April 15, 2014 at 4:55 am

I have just added this petition to the Petitions section: http://www.2ndhandbarking.com/petition/


dogsfromhell April 15, 2014 at 5:31 am

Signed it and hope everyone else will too. There’s an option to keep your name private.


dogsfromhell April 15, 2014 at 6:51 am

Here is an excerpt from the story of Diane Whipple who was savagely murdered in her building by two dogs belonging to her neighbors. The owner who was present during the killing is serving 15 years for manslaughter.

Diane Alexis Whipple (January 21, 1968 – January 26, 2001) was a lacrosse player and coach, who is best known as the victim of a fatal dog attack in San Francisco in January 2001. The dogs involved were two Presa Canario dogs named Bane (male) and Hera (female), owned by neighbors living in the same apartment building.

Whipple was killed on January 26, 2001, by two large Perro de Presa Canario dogs that attacked her in the hallway of the apartment building where she lived. The dogs were owned by neighbors Marjorie Knoller and her husband Robert Noel, both attorneys. In 2000, Knoller and Noel obtained the two dogs, named Bane and Hera, through their relationship with Paul “Cornfed” Schneider, who was a Pelican Bay State Prison inmate and a leading member of the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang, who were attempting to start a dog fighting business.

The trial court in this case, the San Francisco Superior Court, reinstated the conviction for second-degree murder, and on September 22, 2008, the court sentenced Marjorie Knoller to serve 15 years to life for the death of Diane Whipple.

On August 23, 2010, the First District Court of Appeal in San Francisco ruled 3–0 that Marjorie Knoller acted with a conscious disregard for human life when her Presa Canario escaped and killed Diane Whipple in 2001. Knoller is serving a sentence of 15 years to life. She was initially paroled after serving four years on the manslaughter conviction.



nodogs4me April 15, 2014 at 8:39 am

Yes, they do.. and their owners seem to think we are all just supposed to smile and carry on, as though nothing happened. I would be more tolerant if the owners rushed over to clean after them, but the fact that they seem oblivious is exactly why we have a problem.


nodogs4me April 15, 2014 at 8:48 am

I will definitely sign this.. thanks!


Canetoad April 15, 2014 at 10:59 am

Here is an interesting article on whether service dogs (ho! ho!) are allowed in shopping carts. There is a VERY interesting point in the penultimate paragraph regarding the higher up the dog is from the floor, the more hair and dander are likely to contaminate food. http://servicedogcentral.org/content/node/585 The article also makes the point that, if a business DOES allow dogs in their carts, there are likely to be complaints from other customers. Too right!


nodogs4me April 15, 2014 at 11:07 am

Well., a REAL service dog would not be able to do it’s job in a cart. If the dog is in a cart, the owner clearly does not need a dog. Simple.


dogsfromhell April 15, 2014 at 5:08 pm

I just don’t understand how anyone buys that a “service dog” rides in a shopping cart. Are people that dull?


Canetoad April 15, 2014 at 2:33 pm

Check out this man’s arm. He was bitten by a Japanese Akita that was under the control (or lack of it) of a six-year-old child. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2605206/Father-horrific-injuries-attacked-Japanese-Akita-dog-walked-child.html At the time of posting this there are only a few comments and surprisingly not one of them says “It’s not the dog’s fault.” I guess it’s only a matter of time and by this time tomorrow we’ll have been told that it’s not the dog’s fault and that it was the man’s fault for going about his work.


Greek April 16, 2014 at 4:09 am

Hi guys. We have exactly the same problems in Greece too. The last 6 years, Athens is hell. Dog shit everywhere, beasts in balconies barking all the time, etc. We don’t have yet very unfortunate events in the city but I think is a matter of time.
When I say i don’t want a dog in my apartment some people look at me VERY strange.
I had to block all Greek dog-loving facebook pages so I don’t see the shares my friends do. After that, my timeline seems frozen LOL
What made me hate dogs and much more their owners is a neighbor that kept his beast on the balcony 24h. Constant barking, etc. For three years this guy was torturing the neighborhood. I was almost the only one to stand up to him. I did everything, from polite to call the police 6 times. Finally, something happened, probably a big fight with another neighbor and things are livable. But after that I can’t stand the sight of the four-legged fur balls.
I have called the cops to other neighbors, shouted a lot, etc.
Finally, some of them are more careful and I can finally sleep and have some peace and quiet. Some. Let’s say I can almost tolerate the situation.
BTW have you noticed that when a dog does a good thing everyone praises the dog, but it does something bad the owner or even the victim are blamed?


nodogs4me April 18, 2014 at 7:26 am

Hello Greek.

Would have never guessed Athens has a similar problem as we do in the US. I certainly thought the culture of dog was limited to a few places, but I guess it is spreading pretty rapidly.

Yes.. I have noticed that dogs never get blamed for anything. It is ALWAYS the fault of someone else. I cannot even begin to say how much that angers me. They don’t want to face that some dogs just snap for no apparent reason. And certain breeds happen to be more prone to it. That is fact no matter what the advocates say. I hope some day they can wake up and smell the coffee, instead of dog shit.


Canetoad April 18, 2014 at 11:52 am

Yes, it’s strange how so many dog owners go on about their dog’s personality but refuse to accept that some breeds have genetic traits that cause them to have certain characteristics (pit bull = fight, bite, hold on and shake, retriever = run over to dead bird and bring it back). And Greek is so right – whenever a dog does something worthwhile (and for every worthwhile dog act there are a thousand and one nuisance pets), it’s all to do with the dog and its wonderful personality. If a dog does a bad thing, like rips someone’s face off, it’s not the dog’s fault but the owner’s.


dogsfromhell April 18, 2014 at 4:08 pm

True so why give it credit when the owner perceives it does something good. Its crazy dog logic. Next time I see an imagined heroic dog deed I am going to say its not the dogs fault.


nodogs4me April 17, 2014 at 7:11 am

Second dog attack in Manitoba in less than a month. Yup, very domesticated friends,,,,


mfatpony@aol.com April 17, 2014 at 12:07 pm

New slogan….SHUT THE MUTT UP !


dogsfromhell April 17, 2014 at 4:52 pm

I love it! Start a new comment section re: the mutt that needs to shut the mutt up


Ban Dogs April 17, 2014 at 9:32 pm

So, today I was working in my backyard by the fence line with my neighbor – dog owner – and the reek of dog shit was wafting over. Unfortunately for me, I had about 15 minutes of work to do, but I wonder if I was just in an unlucky spot or if the whole backyard smells like that. I’ll tell you, a ban on dogs will help dog owners too, they just don’t know it.


dogsfromhell April 18, 2014 at 5:51 am

Its the same for me. When I am near my fence doing any gardening I can smell the dog shit and when I look though the slats there are piles every where. I have NEVER seen them pick up dog shit ever. There are two very large dogs. My yard is essentially unusable. I don’t now how they stand the stench. And imagine what the beasts are dragging back into the house. I also often observe theses things jumping and laying on his lounge chair outside. Then he lies down on it, viola, dog shit attire. It’s sickening to think about.


mfatpony@aol.com April 18, 2014 at 12:00 pm

Reminds me of when my neighbors accused me of causing flies with my horses even though you couldn’t find any over there. It simply couldn’t have been the ton of dog crap in the pen with 5 dogs in it right by their front door. Or the 20 lbs of cat crap on the front porch where their house cats went since I guess they didn’t provide or clean their litter box.


dogsfromhell April 18, 2014 at 4:11 pm

OMG how horrible. Are they stupid? People buy manure for their gardens . I don’t know anyone who buys dog shit.


nodogs4me April 18, 2014 at 7:08 am

Oh yeah.. the stench from some of these yards gets intense at times. Even sometimes just walking past from the street side. Honestly, I don’t know how they live like that. Back when I live in the northeast when they had snow.. this time of year always smelled really bad, when all the dog shit from the winter would finally get exposed and mingle with the snow melting. It was enough to make you gag, And no, I never saw those people pick up dog shit either…


mfatpony@aol.com April 18, 2014 at 2:41 pm

The tax payers are now paying for a campaign to clean up after their dogs here. Along with paying taxes that help support dog parks it just gets worse and worse. I would happily be sworn in and work as a volunteer and spend my days writing tickets for their poo piles.


Canetoad April 19, 2014 at 1:54 am
Ban Dogs April 19, 2014 at 6:25 pm

This is just another case where if the dogs were leashed there would be no issue. I don’t know if leashes are required in those areas, but is doesn’t really matter, because dog owners don’t obey leash laws.


mfatpony@aol.com April 18, 2014 at 11:21 am

Pitbulls will maul the world, your family first.
Sent from Samsung tablet:- peace_187@hotmail.com

Look I had hate mail this morning. Another example of doggers and the violence they support. This one even acknowledges that pitts are vicious and maul people. Notice that they chose the name ‘ Peace’ to send in a piece of hate mail.
Oh and Old Cesar the pitt wrangler has a few specials coming up with more propaganda about the wonders and joys of owning a killing machine. Probably Animal Planet.


nodogs4me April 18, 2014 at 1:36 pm

Today, I was doing some work around my yard and lo and behold I saw a mutt running on the power line side of where I live. Initially I only saw one, and thought it was perhaps one of my neighbor’s who had moved a few houses up the road. I know she would be frantic and I went closer to the gate to see if it was hers and then there were two… and they were pit mixes. They both started barking and growling at me, and I tried to shoo them away. I was headed back to get the hornet spray, because my fence is not so tall that if they really wanted to jump it.. they certainly could. But these things were loose, and somewhat aggressive. They had collars, but I didn’t see tags. I am really irate that someone would allow their pits to run loose. Usually there are no dogs on that side of me, because I have a power line back there. I will do everything I can to prevent having to shoot one, because I would be jailed and never hear the end of it. It seems in this country, you more apt to get away with shooting a person than a damned aggressive mutt. Guess I am gonna spread some red pepper back there, so they hopefully don’t come back. I have a rabbit in my yard, and though she is confined.. I have heard horror stories from friends who thought their rabbits were safe, and they found pieces of them torn up. Had to be a dog. I hate mutts… dirty filthy smelly pieces of shit.


mfatpony@aol.com April 18, 2014 at 2:36 pm

Check out your county , city and state laws pretaining to agressive dogs and your right to shoot if you feel personally threatened.
And report it to AC. Yeah I know most of them are doggers and will actually suggest you babysit the dogs until they can pick them up and find mommy and daddy. @@.or some such nonsense. The words agressive pitbulls should get them off their hindend though.
The neighbors mutts dug up and shredded my Jersey Wooly of 11 years and shred her all over the yard. If I had a record of complaining about their loose and barking dogs instead of sucking it up for 20 years in the name of peace I’d have a civil suit for harassment by now.
Good neighbors keep their animals at home and reasonably quiet. You are not a bad neighbor for reporting their failings.


dogsfromhell April 18, 2014 at 4:14 pm

That is exactly what happened to our rabbits in a secure hutch. Did I mention I loathe dogs?


nodogs4me April 18, 2014 at 5:43 pm

Yes, dogfromhell, I loathe them too. And sadly you are not the only person I have heard horror stories from about dogs attacking their rabbits. And none of these were loose rabbits. I just don’t think the dog problem will ever go away. It sure is getting worse where I live.


mfatpony@aol.com April 21, 2014 at 11:23 am

A coyote will kill its prey quickly. Its food. Dogs on the other hand do not eat or kill quickly but pull them apart alive and have a grand old time shredding your bunny unilt they hear mom and dad calling them home. Where they then lick them in the face and pet parents quickly wipe off any evidence.
The dog parents will also suggest that its only a rabbit and you can get another for a few bucks.


Mark April 18, 2014 at 3:52 pm

Ten Reasons Why I Hate Dogs

1 They Smell
2. They attack Children People & Other Animals
3. They Are Ugly
4. They Are Unhygienic
5. Shit & Piss Everywhere
6. Dog Hairs & Lots Of Them
8. Lick You That’s Disgusting
9. Jump Up On You & Scratch With Paws
10. Eat Everything Just To Turn It Into Dog Shit So That You Step On It, they basically eat just to shit.

Those shit things need to be made extinct no use for them whatsoever too many negatives.


JJ April 19, 2014 at 6:00 am

I thought I was the only one out there with an intense hate towards all dogs or as I like to call them “four legged freaks”.
Since the day I was born I’ve been surrounded by 2 or more dogs so you’d think I like them but for the past 8 years I cannot stand the things (I’m 22 now).
Where do I start by expressing how much I hate these four legged freaks.
1. when it comes time for me to mow the lawn the people in the house who are responsible for the dogs do a crap job of picking up the dog sh1t so the barrel lawn mower gets covered in dog crap and I end up standing in the stuff. So I end up having to clean a lawn mower and my shoes.
2. They cost more than babies to keep healthy. every freaking dog here has some health problem or something wrong with it, like a skin disorder or a stomach problem which has cost thousands in vet bills.
3. Their special dietary requirements gives then runny sh1t which intern gives them an itchy arse which they feel then need to drag all over my bed or carpet.
4. They leave their hair all over the place and their little “doggy jackets” get washed in the same washing machine as my clothes do which ends up getting hair all over my clothes. I even have bloody dog hair in my underwear!
5. They destroy anything they can sink their teeth into.
6. Their continuous barking is going to result in me ending up in a mental institution in my old days.
7. the list goes on even further.

Worst of all is if you dare complain about the dogs you are made out to be this arsehole who doesn’t care about anyone but them selves. Yet the dog owner in my opinion is actually the arse as they the ones subjecting you to their dogs and not respecting you. Another point I’d like to make is if the dog makes a mess somewhere and it doesn’t affect them I’m the one that cleans it up AND IT’S NOT EVEN MY DOGS!!


Canetoad April 19, 2014 at 8:49 am

I hear you, JJ! I hate being surrounded by dogs (not that I am at home). I go camping a lot, and it seems that more and more sites are jumping on the ‘your dog is a member of the family’ bandwagon. Most households don’t have dogs, but those that do now tend to have more than one dog – which means that people turn up at the campsite with three or four dogs in tow. This is grossly unfair to other campers in terms of noise, crap and nuisance. At a certain time of the evening all these dog owners emerge from their tents and caravans and walk their dogs around the site to ‘do their business’ on the grass where the next people to arrive are going to pitch their tent. And then they bark … and bark … and bark … each setting the next dog off, and the pathetic owners make endearing little noises and say ‘good dog, good dog’, while I’m in my sleeping bag wishing that I could get to sleep. And all the sites insist that dogs must be kept on leads, which means that most of them aren’t. If any campsite operators are reading this, it would be great if you could be dog-free or at least have an area where those of us who don’t like dogs can have a relaxing holiday without barking, unwanted attention or the ever-present poop.


dogsfromhell April 19, 2014 at 12:51 pm

I am still baffled by the fact that people accept child free/age restricted communities, activities, areas yet allow militant dog owners free access. When did children take a back seat to another species and one so vicious?


JJ April 19, 2014 at 1:22 pm

What drives me absolutely insane is when you pitch your tent, turn around for 10 seconds to pick up the tent pegs only to find that your tent has been pee’d against.


willko April 19, 2014 at 3:11 pm

I bounced rocks off of a motorhome that had two barking fleabgs at Yellowstone, used a slingshot -which I always carry among the assortment of weaponry and deterrents I have.
Yellowstone has very large ‘No Dogs Allowed’ signs posted at every loop trail, it’s to protect the wildlife and habitat of that very special place. You can see the doggers violate it on a daily basis.
You won’t see many on the hot springs loops because there have instances when dogs have jumped in to be boiled alive. The most satisfying story I heard while there was that an owner jumped into one to save his fleabag and he was also boiled alive.,,,I smiled, but that’s just me….I loathe and despise the entire culture…..
Anyway, I mostly head into the backcountry now just to get away from these idiots and their filthy scavengers.


nodogs4me April 19, 2014 at 3:31 pm

I am pretty much with you all the way Willko as far as how you feel about them, however I do try to be a little more discreet about whom I share those feelings with. If some people knew exactly how I felt in my neighborhood for instance. they would probably destroy my cat and rabbit, when I went on a trip. I have my pets looked after by a neighbor when I am away, and she doesn’t own any, but it wouldn’t be her I would worry about.


JJ April 20, 2014 at 1:43 am

I couldn’t agree more. There is this common miss-conception that people who hate/dislike dogs turn out to be abusers and psychopaths or so I’ve been told. I don’t like dogs but I like birds. I have a Congo African Grey which I feel the same way over as what most dog lovers feel over their “fur children”. Only difference is the bird taught itself to do its business in one area of the cage and now I place a sheet of newspaper in that area which makes cleaning a breeze.
With the fact that I’m stuck living with 2 dogs they tend to bring mud and dirt in from outside, as a result we have to vacuum every second day. With this constant vacuuming its as if my Grey has picked up that it has to be clean, so every time the vacuum is switched on this bird baths in its drinking bowl, so I’ve given it a larger bowl in which it can bath properly and it no longer gives of bird dander.

Canetoad April 19, 2014 at 4:11 pm

Here’s a link re the dog (of course, dogs are SO intelligent) diving into the hot spring … and the man dying for the sake of the dog. http://www.snopes.com/horrors/freakish/hotspring.asp I hadn’t heard about this before.


nodogs4me April 19, 2014 at 7:31 pm

Wow.. just wow. I am speechless. I would think the guy had to be ignorant of the boiling water, otherwise he wins the perpetual Darwin award.

mfatpony@aol.com April 21, 2014 at 11:01 am

A few weeks ago some fireman was praised for going into a burning building to rescue a snake.
A few years ago in Europe several people died trying to rescue a dog that have fallen down a mountainside.
I have seen any number of videos on the news of fire and rescue getting dogs that were running loose out of icy ponds.
There really is no limit to the insanity. You know I might take a calculated risk to save my cats. Getting dead yourself or expecting someone else to die for it , Not something I want to carry on my head for the rest of my life.

dogsfromhell April 19, 2014 at 10:57 am

I vote for Dog-Free Communities across America. Housing professionals have clearly neglected this segment of the market.


bluewatj April 19, 2014 at 1:49 pm

Unconditional love- love that doesn’t require conditions, such as needing to be fed, needing to be walked, etc.
So if dogs loved unconditionally, they would love you regardless of being fed or not. Dogs will leave instantly if you stop feeding them food. Being fed food is a condition required for dogs to love you (it’s not love, it’s deception) therefore it is not unconditional love. Dogs see you as a food source, nothing more. The dog worshippers can’t seem to grasp the concept.


Canetoad April 19, 2014 at 2:28 pm

Here is an EXCELLENT article about the menace of barking dogs: http://www.headlesshollow.com/2010/02/i_hate_dogs/ And yes, you’ve guessed it … in the comments section is the usual “It’s not the dog’s fault!”. Sorry, but it will damn well is. Horrible things. They should all be debarked.


mfatpony@aol.com April 21, 2014 at 11:09 am

As a life long horse trainer I tell people that their horse will only behave as stupid as they allow it too. Of course waiting until the dog has a barking problem and you’re getting complaints means that its going to be a lot harder if not impossible.
In this day of a camcorder on every phone you do have a weapon folks right at your fingertips. And that is solid evidence that your neighbors really do have a nonstop barking dog. No more they said you said. Dog running loose. No more it weren’t my doggie officer.
I no longer personally care if its the dog’s fault or the owner. They’re lumped into the same ball of doggie doo.


Canetoad April 20, 2014 at 8:46 am

It is interesting that dog cultists are so rude when someone makes a comment that doesn’t quite fit with their pro-dog ethos. I have just been reading about a chihuahua born with no front legs that had a cart made for it so that it wasn’t put down. Never mind that the dog looks totally uncomfortable – it’s alive! http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2560259/Best-buddies-Fluffy-chicken-saved-laboratory-forms-adorable-bond-two-legged-chihuahua-dumped-ditch.html Someone has dared to comment that ‘That dog is gross, it should be put down.’ So dog lovers respond in the usual way by saying that whoever wrote this is an idiot, off their head, someone who should be put down, a horribly cold person with a sad and empty life, they’re gross, his wife thinks that he should be put down, he doesn’t have integrity, the two animals have more compassion in a single cell than he has in his entire body, he is a total muppet, he has a mental disorder, he is full of hate and a danger to the rest of us, he should feel shame, he is a pillock, a troll, a pathetic excuse for a human being, he’s got nursery school in the morning, and he should be going to remedial school instead of nursery school. Phew! Proof, if proof is needed, that you are not supposed to be honest if you don’t like dogs or feel, for whatever reason, that a dog should be euthanised. Why do dog lovers feel the need to sling insults (rather than adopt a rational but opposing viewpoint) when someone makes an anti-dog comment? I guess this comes back to the vast majority of dog lovers not being very bright.


nodogs4me April 20, 2014 at 9:05 am

I know what you are saying… and seriously it is a deluded myth no matter how you look at it. I have seen the picture on facebook as well and I cringe every time. I mean, dog people are so effed up, you can even have a difference of opinion. As I said, I have friends who don’t care for cats or rabbits, and they are allowed to say it without people condemning them to death. I swear something happened along the way, because when I was little it was okay to say you didn’t like dogs. People didn’t act like you were a dysfunctional ax murderer or evil person at heart. They just understood and accepted that was the way you felt. Nowadays…. they are ready to hang you and put a tag on you as though you were a pedophile. I shake my head in disbelief. And NO, I do not think people should spend gazillions of dollars on keeping sick and maimed animals alive. Why are they keeping the thing they supposedly love in such pain?? We have so many people in need of medical care and they get neglected, but dogs.. OMG the entire world comes to the rescue.


mfatpony@aol.com April 21, 2014 at 11:19 am

LMAO. they take them to the animal hospital. Yes BTDT. That means that little leggless mutt is tracking its feces all over the waitng room sniffing each and every single animal that comes in and passing infections along from one animal to the next.
I walked out of a place here when I walked in only to be molested by the vets personal animals running loose along with a rabbit crapping all over the floor. Filthy pig. I didn’t even want to know what the office looked like. ewwwwwwwwww.
Not so long ago deformed animals were put down out of mercy now they’re venerated like little dieties to feed human egos.


mfatpony@aol.com April 21, 2014 at 11:20 am

Can’t help myself.
Next annoyance. Handicapped parking for people with crippled dogs.


Canetoad April 20, 2014 at 9:11 am

I’ve just found an interesting listing of dog attacks in the UK and Spain: http://www.ukandspain.com/dangerous-dogs/ Meanwhile, here’s what a leading UK online advertiser of pets for sale has to say about Staffordshire bull terriers: “Fun and sometimes boisterous, the media and misguided people often portray or see them as aggressive dogs. In reality, this could not be further from the truth as with the correct breeding, handling and training these medium sized dogs will develop a big personality and like nothing more than a warm lap and a person whom they can devote themselves to.” Oh, really?


Maanaac April 20, 2014 at 11:35 am

I absolutely hate dogs, I am literally petrified of them, I don’t walk in my local park anymore because of so many dogs, and many owners let them come to me and literally put their paws on me and attack me, if I react at all I’m the one at fault and never do I see the dog owners take control of their dog or apologise for letting it touch me. Sorry, but its YOUR dog not mine don’t let it near me or touch me, dogs have ruined my life.


mfatpony@aol.com April 21, 2014 at 10:53 am

Get a can of pepper spray( make sure its legal to carry where you are). There are also pocket sonic devices that have mixed reviews. Carry a walking stick or cane.
Take pictures of the park where dogs are off leash and send them or take them to AC and file a complaint. It’s their job to sort it out not yours.
There are a lot more people who will not speak out for fear of a personal attack. And that includes I suspect a good portion of actual dog lovers. The trouble is if no one speaks out then the dog cultists just get worse and take more ground .
Right now the charalatan Cesar is going to DC getting support to end dog laws that bias a breed…pittbulls. Either we start sticking up for our rights or we’ll end up being dog racists. Dogs like this along with wolf hybrids and coyote mixes, dingos have no place as pets either pure or as hybrids.


mfatpony@aol.com April 21, 2014 at 10:42 am

This is for the trolls who come here instead of staying on dog lover sites where they would be much happier and not have reality slap them in the face.
Most of us seem to have preferences. About food, music,books and the choice of pets or not to have any. My personal loathing and hatred of the beasts from just not caring for them very much lays directly on the heads of the dog lovers whose inconsiderate behavior and the need to inflict their pets into my personal space either though letting them run loose,or through noise pollution by letting them bark nonstop at home, in parks or where ever you feel the need to ‘socialize’ the beasts. I have and will contiue to knee them a good one in the chest when they jump on me. If you don’t like that try obeying the leash law. It’s not like I’m going in the dog park and complaining about the loose mutts and piles of poo. Nor do I chase your dog down to kick , hurt or hit it. I am not required by any law to allow your slobbering beast to jump on me in public places.
Oh and if you offer me a puppy in the grocery store parking lot I really do have a right to tell you to get your dog fixed.
Dog owners and in many cases pet owners are their own worst ambassadors for pet ownership.


dogsfromhell April 21, 2014 at 12:53 pm

“Dog owners and in many cases pet owners are their own worst ambassadors for pet ownership”.

Could not be more true!


mfatpony@aol.com April 21, 2014 at 10:57 am

Cesar from his pittbulls are sweet lie-a-thon on NGW.
Bully dogs like pitts fell out of favor as Americans started to favor less agressive breeds.
But a moment later swearing they are not agressive.
Logic of all dogs bite maybe no one should be allowed to have any dog. Too lame for words there Cesar. Everyone knows what dogs kill and it isn’t that nasty ankle biter. Its the one with brute froce jaws.
Oh and one for the laugh box.
Ceaser sitting with his dog at the beginning of the show . Posed just like a dog about to lick its asshole.


Canetoad April 22, 2014 at 1:03 pm

I’ve just found an interesting article on the nanny dog: http://thetruthaboutpitbulls.blogspot.co.uk/2010/08/nanny-dog-myth-revealed.html


dogsfromhell April 22, 2014 at 3:35 pm

This is a great article Canetoad. Here’s an excerpt from thetruthaboutpitbulls for anyone interested and you can read the full story on their blog.

There has been a lot of press surrounding the new large-scale study conducted by Best Friends Animal Society and the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School of Medicine; in a nut shell, this study found that puppy mills inflict irremediable damage to pet dogs. It found that dogs used as breeders in puppy mills had long term psychological damage, regardless of how clean and well run it was.

The results of the study indicate it really doesn’t matter if the breeding operation claims to be shiny and clean, abiding by the laws, or even whether or not they are licensed by the USDA,” McMillan said. “This study gives us strong evidence that the dogs kept in these large scale breeding facilities don’t just suffer while they’re confined there, but carry the emotional scars out with them for years even when they’re placed in loving homes. Many of the dogs show difficulty in simply coping successfully with normal day-to-day life.


mfatpony@aol.com April 23, 2014 at 8:12 am

Pets are pets becasue they are socialized thorugh early and repeated contact with humans. I had a friend adopt a dog that had been in a long term no kill shelter situation with limited interaction with humans. It simply never could be trusted. Of course they keep it along with the eventual liabiltiy that it is going to bite one of them or a visitor.
Going to a rescue or a shelter and adopting an adult pittbull is one of the most insane things parents do. That dog was dumped for a reason. And considering the number of adult pitts up for adoption its not real hard to figure it out.


dogsfromhell April 23, 2014 at 11:37 am

“Socialized” to become a “domestic” animal is the part the pit nutters/apologists are not comprehending. A domestic animal is one that adapts to a HUMAN environment not the inverse. These people are not grounded in reality nor are they the sharpest tools in the shed.


mfatpony@aol.com April 23, 2014 at 1:01 pm

Cesar’s home and dog training camp is built on the backs of those very people.

nodogs4me April 23, 2014 at 5:33 pm

My take on pit bulls and the type of person they attract.(of course there are some exceptions, especially since pit bulls are really being portrayed as something else). is a person who considers themselves very weak, and wants to appear badass, so they get a badass dog. These are people who have a need to look tough and because they cannot seem to find a way to show their toughness enough, so they use the pit bull, as an extension of who they would like to be. They seem to have very serious issues, like a Napoleon complex, and somehow, through the dog, they are stronger people than they would be without.

mfatpony@aol.com April 23, 2014 at 8:02 am

Excellent read , thank you.
Herding dogs herd.
Retrievers fetch.
But dogs bred for fighting are just misunderstood.


Canetoad April 22, 2014 at 11:27 pm

I would suggest avoiding Detroit Metropolitan Airport if you don’t want to watch dogs squatting inside the terminal. This is gross: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2610668/A-fire-hydrant-away-home-Service-dogs-named-Jello-Cricket-unveil-new-indoor-toilets-canines-Detroit-airport.html Given that every second dog these days seems to be a service dog, a fake service dog, an ‘emotional support’ dog or a glorified pet, I suspect that they’re going to have to invest in air fresheners. As there appears to be no connection to the main drainage, surely they are going to become saturated with dog urine and leak?


mfatpony@aol.com April 23, 2014 at 8:19 am

Just show any mutt the picture of the neighbors lawn and they’ll go anywhere.


Canetoad April 24, 2014 at 12:03 pm

This intelligent dog tried to eat a porcupine …. http://www.documentingreality.com/forum/f240/dog-tried-eat-porcupine-130043/


dogsfromhell December 15, 2013 at 7:20 am

The level of hatred, aggression and rage spewed by dog worshippers trolling this site is amazing to me. They will rage against us because we have expressed our disdain for dogs. Yet, their language is so laden with hatred it is no wonder people are afraid of them. They accuse us of advocating violence in the same breath that they wish us death and suffering. Some even outright threaten us. Clearly it’s an indication of their character, personality and mental capacity. But if it is so painful for them to hear that others disagree with their point of view, do not like dogs, do not want contact with dogs, do not want dogs forced on them, why don’t they simply NOT read this site?? I don’t get it.


dogsfromhell December 15, 2013 at 7:42 am

This is a comment by Pip 12/14/13 re: Iams commercial in reply to Buff and deserves a repost. Great comment regarding dog cultist’s intolerance for the opinion of others.

Buff have we met? Why am I disgusting?! We have never met, where has your opinion of me/us come from. Do you call everyone disgusting who doesn’t agree with everything you say? Dogs are completely filthy animals to me. The ONLY animal that I can not tolerate. I just think they are horrible no matter how cute. I’m entitled to my opinion, I’ve specifically come onto this site because I’m seeing the ever increasing ‘dogs rights’ over human rights movement and I’m tired of it. As for the advert and its sexual undertones, have you never heard of subliminal messaging. Sexual behavior between dogs and their owners is rife. There are many other ways to portray a dogs ‘love’ for their owner. We both know it, this will tap into the mind of the people who participate in that kind of filth. Where in this have we criticized or disrespected any army personnel?


willko December 15, 2013 at 11:40 am

The spectrum of dog-cultists runs from the psycho lunatics you mention to the seemingly more “civil” and self-described “intelligent” owners. I suppose there are “intelligent” dog-owners but they wouldn’t comment here. I’ve never met one. Nonetheless, it’s just varying degrees of delusion to me. I regard most dog-owners as flawed in character in some way, compensating for some hole in their life that they couldn’t fill through normal human interaction. If you want unconditional love, you have to give it, and the only way to test that theory is with humans -not filthy scavengers. Unconditional love to dogs equates to food. Then there are the unevolved throwbacks who just want to have their “dawg” and don’t care about anything or anyone but themselves.
Anyway, the fatal flaw of the dog-worshiping cretins who comment here is the emotional defense of their animal. You cannot mount any intelligent rebuttal with a fleabag emotionally strapped to your back…..


Canetoad December 29, 2013 at 6:58 am

You see the same thing on the Daily Mail’s website in the comments section on any article about dogs. If anyone comments that, for example, dogs are disgusting animals, you won’t generally find comments arguing the opposite. Instead, the person posting the original comment will be called an idiot and anything else that will get through the moderation process. Dog loving and intelligence do not seem to go hand in hand.


Dragon February 4, 2014 at 7:22 am



mfatpony@aol.com February 10, 2014 at 12:34 pm

They are the same people that walk their dog on a 20 foot leash, or none at all and think that everyone on the planet must love their pet they way they do. Probably also the same people who have dogs that bark mindlesslly all day while they’re at work and half the night because they’re too lazy to get off the sofa and do something about it. Their dogs probably roam loose becasue if they were to build a fence then they would be responsible for the heaping mounds of crap their dog leaves everywhere else.
Those that cry the loudest over someone not loving their drool machine are usually the worst offenders.
And that goes for cat owners too. Just like I don’t want someone’s stray mutt in my yard i dont’ enjoy sweeping up and raking cat crap either.
My pets are in the house, vaccinated, chipped, fixed, loved and cared for. I’ve provided them with as much enrichment as my home will hold.
The lesson here really is if you have a pet, keep it at home and don’t let it be disruptive to everyone that lives around you.


aadithya February 11, 2014 at 5:27 am

hey dont be stupid.
assume that u have a baby. wont it cry aloud? wont it piss and pee inside the house? wont it get angry? and u know one thing? i challenge u. none of the dog’s anger last for more than a couple of minutes. its as same as a baby. the only difference is that the baby grows and become a man after some years. but it will remain as baby till it dies. if you dont like dogs have it with yourself. dont share it in public because there are dog lovers in this world.


John February 14, 2014 at 8:01 am

I would like to give you a better perspective of our language.


Elisabeth March 6, 2014 at 10:19 pm

Dog owners typically come to this site and wish death and violence on people who express that they hate dogs. DOG OWNERS are responsible for torturing, neglecting, abusing and killing dogs because you must first own a dog and hold it captive to do theses things to dogs. Irresponsible dog owners are the reason people hate dogs. If dog owners love dogs as much as they say they do they would properly socialize them and respect the boundaries of others who do not want contact with their dogs.


mfatpony@aol.com March 12, 2014 at 2:04 pm

They’re simply unable to believe that not everyone wants to interact and love on thier mutt. It’s right up there with refusing to hold someone’s baby, Which I’ve also done.
There are normal social boundaries when you’re out in public. Most people seem to need a refresher course in manners. If you seriously think that letting your dog sniff, lick , jump , bark or worse at other people sharing a public space is normal you deserve to run into someone like me who just isn’t going to take it anymore.


Dragon March 12, 2014 at 2:15 pm

Blows my mind as well



dogsfromhell December 15, 2013 at 2:46 pm

Yes I agree that the “smarter” ones keep their dog worship on the down low and typically won’t comment here. In my oh so hip town there are lots of wannabe, tree-huggers who want an easy cause that of course serves their own emotional needs while providing a good front as a do-gooder. These are busy professional people who keep the furslaves on lock down all day while they work. On weekends the beasts provide them with attention and the validation they seek. Pit bull rescue is aggressively promoted and the beasts encountered at every turn. I recently attended a gathering where the conversation turned to their stinking hybrids. One woman was close to tears telling the group how she had to put her dog down. It was like a nauseating group therapy event with the others gushing their sympathy. I chimed in about how our rabbit needed medical attention and then died. They stared at me as if I had two heads, implied that veterinarians will do anything for money and showed little compassion. Frankly I am not/was not distraught about the death of said rabbit. I just wanted to see if their identification with their fellow dog worshippers could translate into compassion for someone else’s loss. I knew the answer of course.


Alex December 20, 2013 at 2:39 am

Hi Wilko,

As much as I hate to say it, the so called ‘Intelligent’ dog owner is IMHO a myth, much like the Minotaur and Cyclops. These seemingly ‘reasonable’ people tend to abandon all of their previously displayed tact and civility as soon as their opinion of a dog’s right to exist and encroach on normal peoples lives is questioned. I’ve yet to meet one, close family included.


Fred G. Sanford December 21, 2013 at 11:19 pm

I agree with what your saying. Many cat and dog owners are “batty” to some degree and treat their animals like their children. There are videos on YouTube of cat owners kissing their cats on the lips and dog owners allowing mastiffs and at bernards to bathe with them and share their beds. I have known people who kept large breed dogs and allowed them free reign of their homes,allowed them to destroy their cars and furniture. One woman I dated thought it was fine for her cats to jump up on the dinner table and eat food of her plate in front of me and acted like I was a jerk for expressing disapproval! I agree there does indeed seem to be something wrong in these peoples minds.

That being said,there is no such thing as unconditional love where humans are concerns either. People all have agendas and manipulate one another to lesser or greater degrees. Men and women cheat on each other,there are gold diggers and those out for a good time. Even kids expect a handout. I am not sure unconditional love from any creature truly exists.


Randy Roadz March 18, 2014 at 8:20 pm

My gosh… what I’ve always thought too. Great post.


dogsfromhell December 15, 2013 at 2:50 pm

Here’s yet another child who was murdered by a pit bull. Horrible

2 year old killed by grandfather’s pit bull. 12/09/13



dogsfromhell December 15, 2013 at 5:28 pm


This link lists websites where thugs openly raise “bully pit bulls”. The web sites look like dogs on crack. Could people like this be part of the pit bull problem? I wonder which one of these demon dogs will kill a child next?

Most of all, why aren’t the alleged dog sympathizers all over this?! Yoohoo, Humane Society? ASPCA??? Anybody home?


Canetoad December 29, 2013 at 7:15 am

But, of course, it will be the owner’s fault. Dogs – these smelly, hair-shedding, barking, needy, crapping demigods – are NEVER at fault! The irony is that if a paedophile had killed a child, those same pro-mutters would be wanting his guts for garters.


Shrinjay December 16, 2013 at 4:53 pm

Nah, They are too busy cleaning up dog shit and snugglinh with their beast.


dogsfromhell December 16, 2013 at 7:25 pm

Yeah, they don’t care. And its really all about themselves not even the mutts they allege to love so much. I am convinced this is the motivation behind their humanization of dogs. The furslaves are assigned the cultist’s projected feelings, issues and agenda……pure self indulgent fantasy at the expense of the general public.


dogsfromhell December 21, 2013 at 7:40 am

I think you are on the wrong site. This is a dog haters site. You might want to google “I hate cats” and hang out there. Also we do not advocate the killing or mistreatment of animals. Therefore your comment:

“I enjoy shooting down those nasty, foul creatures, shredding the meat, and then feeding it to my next door neighbor’s Rottweiler.”

..is inappropriate for this site as well


dogsfromhell December 21, 2013 at 7:42 am

You cannot use the F word on this site. The rule is clearly stated on the home page. We will delete your comment but may block you in the future if you are unable to respect the rules of civility on our site.


The first anon December 23, 2013 at 12:44 pm

“and dog owners allowing mastiffs and at bernards to bathe with them”

Oh God. No. The smelliness of dogs is something that puts me off about them, and to actually BATHE with such a large, stinky….just, no. And your second paragraph totally nailed the fallacy of unconditional love. I used to believe dogs possessed it…sure glad I don’t think that way anymore.


dogsfromhell December 25, 2013 at 9:53 pm

Just a reminder that dog owners are typically the abusers, neglecters and killers of dogs since one must first own and hold captive a dog in order to abuse, neglect and kill it. Simply google “dog owner abuses dog” to see many ready examples.


Kitty December 28, 2013 at 8:58 am

“I enjoy shooting down those nasty, foul creatures, shredding the meat, and then feeding it to my next door neighbor’s Rottweiler.”

Wow, what a sick person that guy is!


dogsfromhell December 28, 2013 at 9:03 am

I know! And they always allege that people who hate dogs are violent when the dog cultists like this one prove over and over that they are the ones who are hateful, violent, aggressive and abusive. You only have to read the aggressive comments from the dog cultists who troll this site or google dog owners guilty of abusing their own dogs. Wow and this guy is a socio-path.


Shrinjay January 4, 2014 at 4:28 pm

Yet animal control doesn’t give one shit. They are just snuggling with their mutt then proceeding to go and arrest someone who just kicked a dog. Yet when a idiot with intelligence lower then that of a dog shoots one its all good. Society is becoming too accepting of dog worshipping and more and more are now hating cats. We shouldn’t have Dogs in a civil society. Hell if someone brings a dog into my 6th grade class it’s all good! Never mind the people who go to the hospital from dog bites! They are probably just jerks anyway! This is the mentality of most people in my class and on the Internet.Heres a story, I had commented on a dog lovers page o. Instagram about how much I hate dogs. Guess what a follower did. Spam all of my pictures about messages about how I’m a heartless cruel self-centred asshole. This is our modern society. Where you can shoot cats but kicking a dog, NO WAY!!!, hating cats is cool but god forbid you say one bad thing about dogs!!!! SCREW THIS SOCIETY!!


dogsfromhell January 4, 2014 at 8:51 pm

They are a very selfish group of people. The reason they come on the site making ridiculous comments about cats is because they are seeking conflict. And its so laughable that they allege to be such altruistic animal lovers because they love their fur slaves yet hate cats and other animals. One person commented some time ago that they thought it was hypocritical of the dog cultists to allege to love animals soooooo much then proceed to feed their fur slaves animal based food products.


nodogs4me January 25, 2014 at 7:35 am

OMG.. I just caught this..”allowing them to bathe WITH them?” Oh hell NO!!! My stomach just turned at the thought. Dog owners have gone completely mad.


dogsfromhell February 11, 2014 at 5:58 am

I thinks it is your own IQ you should be concerned with.

One of our basic tenets is that dogs are not humans. Babies “piss and pee” in a diaper. They also don’t run around bare bottomed after publically using a home or backyard as a toilet, then sit on furniture/bedding. Anger is an emotion. Dogs become aggressive not angry. Either way it doesn’t matter because when they do, they often maim, maul and kill humans especially children. (See Canetoad’s most recent post). I don’t know of any baby that has ever killed a human.

Yes we hate dogs and we are here to remind dog owners that there is a large community of people like us who do not want dogs forced on us. This site is dedicated to providing a place to safety express our disdain for dogs. There would be no need for a site like this if only irresponsible dog owners like you would “have it with yourself


Canetoad February 11, 2014 at 6:36 am

The illiterate nature of your post does not surprise me. Were you too busy clearing up dog poop to attend school? Have you never heard of diapers/nappies? And even if a dog’s anger (it’s actually aggression) lasts for even a few seconds, it can rip someone’s face apart. I have yet to see a baby do that. If you want to be a slave to your animal, feel free. But don’t inflict it on other people.


bluewatj March 2, 2014 at 5:22 pm

The baby grows up and doesn’t bark, stink and aggress. Do us a favor, and jump off a cliff, “dogger”. You’re using up air…


mfatpony@aol.com March 31, 2014 at 5:43 pm

Translation, I have a Pittbull and it loves my baby.


naoma4 April 10, 2014 at 12:34 pm

I don’t “broadcast” my hatred of these stinking creatures, but will not go where they are. Really object to seeing them in food stores and restaurants. THEY DO NOT BELONG THERE. Cannot understand why people “worship” them??? Oh, well, so be it.
Just don’t ask me to be near one.


dogsfromhell February 15, 2014 at 7:32 pm



Elisabeth March 6, 2014 at 10:39 pm

Irresponsible dog owners make all dog owners look bad. I don’t know any responsible dog owners however. I don’t know of any dogs who do not bark, create a HAZMAT site in their back yard, pollute public water or are not potentially aggressive. There are so many dog cultist sites, yet dog worshippers insist on trolling this one. I would never visit a dog lovers site and for the life of me wonder why they would want to come here. Dog worshippers leave messages wishing death on those who hate dogs. The 2nd Annual Walk for Victims of Pit Bulls had to be canceled because of all the violent threats against the organizers of that event. If you’re going to have dogs take proper care of them. Don’t let them run loose and cause problems. If your beast does run loose, take action to prevent it from happening again because it may attack someone especially a child. There are so many reasons to hate dogs and dog owners.


Canetoad March 7, 2014 at 2:29 am

Too right. Unfortunately dog owners become blinkered to other people’s feelings from the moment they bring home their new poopy. They simply cannot understand that no-one else could possibly abhor their dog. It’s the centre of their universe, after all.


Christian Woods March 13, 2014 at 5:18 am

do you have any idea on how right that statement is?
Look at me and my love for cats. Yet i don’t force Andrew and Pugsley on to people. I teach them not to be overly crazy, they haven’t fought in years, and they don’t come back if someone pushes them away or avoids them.
If dog owners would do the same then there wouldn’t be as much need for a forum like this, would there?


Mark April 18, 2014 at 4:00 pm

You have hit it in 1 Girl, unfortunately most dog owners have the same IQ as their dumb animals so that is never gonna happen, a dog is a dirty horrible ugly anti social creature they should never have been domesticated, they descended from wolves who wants a wolf in their house? only stupid people if you ask me.


nodogs4me March 7, 2014 at 8:22 am

I got invited to visit my a friend this weekend that has 4 dogs. I keep passing on her invites because I really HATE to go there. If I do go it will be best to wear dirty clothes rather then, put clean clothes on…. and not forget to have red pepper. Just that I am an hour’s drive and need a shower immediately after leaving. Probably will end up staying home.


dogsfromhell March 7, 2014 at 9:54 am

Remember how someone said to spray the bottoms of your pants with pepper spray but be sure to cover your mouth and nose when applying. I for one would be curious to know if it works. If you can stand to go at all and you have my sympathies, perhaps consider it a research project. : /


Bill March 8, 2014 at 4:38 pm

Here is a solution, if you visit anyone who keeps mutts, a one piece work overall is the answer. Turn up in a clean one, this will protect your clothes from contamination during the visit, take it off & put it in a sealed plastic bag before you get into your car.


nodogs4me March 7, 2014 at 10:12 am

Yeah.. I don’t know.. I keep passing up on it, much as I can, but one of the times I went back just before the holidays, I was so upset, that is how I found this site.. LOL. So something good came of it last time. Not sure whether I go, but if I do, I will definitely use the advice given. Sheet on the seat in my car, (to prevent spread of contamination), Stop over at a place a half mile away where I can change and wash my exposed surfaces. Last time I drove back all the way and felt myself getting ill. YUCK. Don’t know if I’ll go, but I will keep you posted on the pepper idea. Anything on the wedding??


willko March 7, 2014 at 10:15 am

Although powerful, pepper spray is relatively expensive. It’s in solution so it can possibly leave stains and application is difficult because it’s pressurized. Any type of “powdered” pepper would work fine. Depending on what you wear you could use ordinary table pepper or buy white pepper to match your outfit. Since it’s not in solution and actually a particle that can be sniffed into the dogs nose it might even be better. I used ordinary table pepper on some jeans one time for my brother’s craphound who would beg under the dinner table and not leave you alone. I hated that dog. It did work but again my own brother who definitely knows I can’t stand dogs didn’t even have the courtesy of putting mutt outside while we ate; he was just oblivious. Depending on the occasion you could probably get away with a “dusty” kind of look. Maybe a bit easier for a guy.


nodogs4me March 7, 2014 at 10:32 am

Oh if I go it will be a jeans event, nothing fancy, so I will wear dirty ones to go.. what’s the point of putting on clean clothes?? LOL. May even wash them twice afterwards. I do appreciate all the advice I can get. Just hate to go there and know that food is probably being touched by dog hands in the process of being made. I don’t know, the whole thing is repulsive.


dogsfromhell March 7, 2014 at 3:36 pm

Wedding is tomorrow. I don’t know how I would put pepper spray on a “girl” outfit. I am wearing a dress and open toe shoes. I was thinking of bringing some of those little packets of pepper you get at a take out place. If the thing starts coming near me Ill sprinkle it discreetly on the floor. or if I see her making the rounds at the reception with the dogs I think though they are just letting them walk up the aisle. I usually get teary eyed at a wedding but this guarantees I wont smear my makeup haha


nodogs4me March 7, 2014 at 3:39 pm

I wonder if Skin So Soft works for dogs, Probably doesn’t with all the people who buy it. I think researching all avenues of possible repelling agents is a must… so we’ll see what happens this weekend on both fronts.


dogsfromhell March 7, 2014 at 4:27 pm
dogsfromhell March 7, 2014 at 4:35 pm

I commented on the article. Can’t wait to read the hate comments . Anyone else care to help spread the word. Back me up haha


Canetoad March 8, 2014 at 3:53 am

I can’t spread the word! I got a message saying the video is unavailable in my area!


dogsfromhell March 8, 2014 at 8:31 am

She’ll never do it. It’s her husband who is the animal fanatic. He had a giant python that they got rid of before the baby but not the pit bull.


dogsfromhell March 12, 2014 at 6:00 pm

They are pure, self-absorbed, self-indulgent, self-serving, fur slaving, narcissists


NotaDogPerson March 16, 2014 at 2:24 pm

This is one of the reasons why I developed worse anxiety when I had a dog because I was constantly yelling at him to not jump on people and leave them alone and if he wouldn’t mind me then he went in his crate and people thought I was mean. Sorry but this is my dog and my house so I’ll handle it how I see fit. My mom doesn’t like dogs and is nervous around them so I crated him when she came over. My mother in law would come over and he’d go apeshit when she played with my son because he wanted the attention. It became too much of a nuisance for me to put up with and wasn’t worth it so I made the right decision and adopted him out. So many people won’t do that or they let the dog run everything! My best friend can’t leave her dog at home because she tears the house up… I’m talking holes in the wall… and she refuses to crate her so she takes her in the car with her everywhere she goes. No thanks! I refuse to deal with that kind of bullshit over an animal and also these people who compare animals to kids need to get bent, they’re NOT the same!


dogsfromhell March 12, 2014 at 6:10 pm

I would never let a friend inside with a dog. My extended family knows I do not allow dogs so why would I let someone else do it. And I would tell the visitor that because otherwise I would be a hypocrite. Family first, always…doggers might start with humans first as a baby step.

A virus would be a god send. Natural selection in action. These creatures are not part of any ecosystem and kept alive artificially only because of humans not because they are viable.


bluewatj March 15, 2014 at 5:28 pm

I don’t even consider dogs to be animals. There was a page online about banning a Facebook page which hates dogs (I wonder why) and everyone on there was saying humans are terrible and animals didn’t harm the world like us. First of all, they are humans, so I wonder if they consider themselves terrible, or they’re just hypocrites. Also, dogs wouldn’t even be here without humans, so if they’re dog lovers I don’t see why they hate humans, which bred them from wolves. I am sick of people acting like little six year olds, telling their “mommy” if someone was being mean. The cultists on there were saying we should ban hate. News flash! There will always be hate in the world and there isn’t anything you can do about it.


Canetoad March 16, 2014 at 3:42 am

It always amuses me to see these pathetic animal lovers saying that animals are better than humans. Humans cause all the problems in the world. Humans are detestable. And then what happens when their mutt gets ill? They take it to a nasty human! And if they are closet tinned-food-and-kibble feeders (I’ll bet most are, even though they’ll tell people they cook from fresh) they forget that a nasty human invented canning and made the food! But, of course, ‘humans can learn a lot from dogs’. I would love to abandon all these deluded people on a desert island with a pack of dogs for company and see how far they get. They’ll wake up to reality when the dogs see them as a food source.


willko March 16, 2014 at 10:34 am

Among the social and intellectual deficiencies of the cultists there’s also an element of self-loathing. People choose dogs for all the wrong reasons……


bluewatj March 16, 2014 at 10:41 am

“I would love to abandon all these deluded people on a desert island with a pack of dogs for company.”
Just end the sentence right there. Doggers are so deluded that they wouldn’t “wake up” like you said they would. They built a fantasy world around dogs, so they can keep it to themselves. I went to a store to buy a fish today, and most of the dogs weren’t guide dogs. Of course, if anyone else brought any other animal, they’d be kicked out of the store, because it’s blasphemy to hate dogs in these idiots’ eyes.


dogsfromhell March 16, 2014 at 1:15 pm

Among the social and intellectual deficiencies of the cultists there’s also an element of self-loathing…..and “AL” just confirmed it!


nodogs4me March 16, 2014 at 2:41 pm

NotaDogPerson… wow. !! I am blown away. Actually someone that would be willing to keep the dog off your guests. That is awesome. Unfortunately the majority of dog owners will not do that. If you have been reading my posts today, I will not be seeing my sister, because she refuses to leave the house without the dogs, and she would not crate them there if I went. Honestly, is it really that hard to show a little respect for someone who really does have a problem with it. I mean, we should be able to see each other once in a while, but there is no compromise. How do you think it feels to know your family prefers to worship their dogs instead of visiting with you??


NotaDogPerson March 16, 2014 at 7:30 pm

For real… that’s how I feel at Thanksgiving or other holidays with the 8 freakin dogs in a small house… can’t even eat because they’re jumping up and down for food and constantly underfoot. One of my mother in law’s dogs bit my father in law (they’re divorced) and did she do jack shit about it? Nope. Then one of the newer ones she got nipped at my husband’s ankle and he shoved him away with his foot. Her mom has a chihuahua too that is really mean and drags a blanket around the house with him everywhere. It’s ridiculous. When I was pregnant with my son I was going to cloth diaper and they were joking about trying the diapers on the dogs. Hell no! Another good story is my mother in law’s coworker hand knit a blanket for my son…. before she gave it to me my mother in law put it on the FLOOR in her house and let the dogs walk all over it and lay on it, then put a picture of it on Facebook! Some people understood why I was livid and others didn’t.


nodogs4me March 16, 2014 at 7:53 pm

Oh God, I truly understand. I am a little older and I don’t remember having everyone showing up with dogs in the day. Guess things are changing for the worse now. I mean, dogs at weddings, ????? I have resigned myself to not dealing with that sort of thing as little as possible and really do try to avoid going to homes where there are dogs. My peace of mind is important to me. And seriously, I do find dogs to be dirty despicable things. Can’t stand that the like to put their noses where the sun don’t shine either. And did I mention how bad they smell??


NotaDogPerson March 16, 2014 at 8:10 pm

I’m okay most of the time if they leave me alone. IF. I’ll pet them occasionally depending on whose dog it is – namely the first one my MIL got that behaves and doesn’t stink and doesn’t try to lick me. Sometimes I don’t even like my cat on my lap and with dogs it’s worse – get off the furniture and don’t jump on me, just leave me alone and get out of my face! My SIL’s dogs are nervous and leave people alone for the most part. I just think they’re dirty and gross unless they’re exceptionally well groomed and my son playing with dog hair was NOT cool with me. My sister is talking about getting a dog for her kids and I’ve told her don’t do it…..


dogsfromhell March 17, 2014 at 10:19 am

I sometimes think if I move to “no man’s land” I can find a relatively dog free environment but the more I hear people tell their stories I wonder if that’s true at all. The only trade off would be that it would be cheaper. Paying more does not ensure you will have peace and quiet. I often comment casually to people in town that with all the barking and pit bulls around here it might as well be ( mini-name of trailer trash community) And frankly, I don’t have an issue with mobile home communities at all. Its just for lack of a better description that the snobs around here can identify with. On the contrary, I am an advocate of social justice and economic equality. These idiots are just looking for a quick and easy cause to make themselves feel like they did something in the world so they’ve jumped on the “rescue” band wagon only to make the lives of other humans miserable.


dogsfromhell March 22, 2014 at 10:02 am

I know what you mean. I have a friend like that too. She is vegan for cruelty reasons yet feeds her canine meat based food. Some people are just un-smart. They don’t think this stuff through. They jump on any easy band wagon that eases their need to feel better about themselves.


dogsfromhell March 23, 2014 at 3:19 pm

Good Idea


dogsfromhell March 24, 2014 at 7:49 am


The incredible part of this story is that it was ok to leave an elder adult with Alzheimer’s disease to live alone at home. No one was angry enough about this human condition to do anything about it. Yet when a dog was harmed as a result of this person’s neglect then we witness some outrage. The fanatics come out of the closet.


dogsfromhell March 24, 2014 at 7:52 am

Posted recently by zoop

Yeah, that was odd to me.

It could be that the man or family of the man has a mental illness to protect him, but there’s no evidence yet that he is not mentally ill.

Even if he is perfectly sane, torture and the death penalty is too much for animal abuse.

One of the scariest comments is probably the one from the man claiming to be a registered nurse who works with the elderly who believes the man should be killed. Too bad there’s no way for his employer to read that comment. I would not want such a nut around my relatives.


dogsfromhell March 24, 2014 at 9:12 am

Hey Everyone, New section for posting petitions compatible with our site. Thanks for this suggestion Canetoad.


dogsfromhell March 25, 2014 at 6:49 pm

Mickey the Canine Killer has been saved after violently attacking a child.
I just read this article and was coming on the site to vent. This is unconscionable. The dog cultists allege to have sympathy for the boy but its simply lip service. I cannot fathom that this pro dog group raised funds to pay for the legal defense of a dog when that money could have gone to pay for this child’s reconstructive surgery. It is clear that this mother will never be able to pay for her adorable child’s face. It is absolutely tragic. The cultists as always blamed the child, the babysitter and everyone except the dog. And seriously, who is going to follow up/monitor to ensure the dog is 1) never adopted out 2) defanged? No one is going to be tracking that dog once it’s been saved. There are NEVER any excuses for a dog attacking a human.


Canetoad March 26, 2014 at 12:28 am

Well, I hope the damn thing is defanged immediately. And it has to spend the rest of its life crapping in a ‘facility’? And the judge had already declared the dog to be vicious? You couldn’t make this up! It should have been euthanised for what it did to that little boy. The boy’s mother is quoted as saying, “… [I] can’t understand the support that has emerged for the dog.” Too right. And I guess it’ll quietly have a ‘forever home’ found for it when all the fuss has died down.


Canetoad March 26, 2014 at 12:41 am

Here is the Facebook page dedicated to saving this vicious dog. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Save-Mickey/627613240621251 One of the disadvantages of the internet ….


dogsfromhell March 26, 2014 at 4:57 am

That page is so hard to read. How can these people be so deluded and callous?


nodogs4me March 26, 2014 at 6:14 am

I don’t understand these nutjobs either. I mean. A human being does something to an animal and immediately it’s the death sentence, and kill the bastard, or at the least, jail for life. A dog however, can maim and murder, show aggressive tendencies and it still has ‘carte blanche’ for life. I am getting so I can’t stand these activists. They are beyond reason.
Here is another example and I know I brought it up before. but recent events gave it some new life. Michael Vick was released by Philly and this week the NY Jets signed him. Oh geezzzzzz. Here we go again. I have friends with their underwear all tied up in a damn knot, because they don’t think ANYONE should allow the man to play football again, EVER. Excuse me dummies. but the man has the right to earn a living. He’s done his time in jail, for his crime. and had it been anything else, they would be all about second chances. Now what got me, is after this big bashing session on Michael Vick went on. a week later the same person is posting things that talk about forgiveness. but I guess it doesn’t apply to crimes against animals. especially dogs.

This quote was posted by someone who refuses to forgive Vick.
“Everyone makes mistakes in life, but that doesn’t mean they have to pay for them the rest of their life. Sometimes good people make bad choices. It doesn’t mean they are bad. It means they are human.”

Shakes head. I guess it is acceptable n today’s world for a mutt to attack and tear up a human being, children included, but a person. who fought dogs, who’s purpose was made to fight, should never be redeemed. Really, really effed up.


NotaDogPerson March 26, 2014 at 12:39 pm

I shouldn’t be surprised but my MIL has “liked” this page.


Canetoad March 26, 2014 at 2:51 pm

“…while Mickey was enjoying his bone.” You just have to laugh at these people. Or at least, you would have to laugh if their make-a-dog-sound-just-like-a-child platitudes weren’t (as it would appear) starting to influence the legal process. That dog – poor, sweet, innocent Mickey who was enjoying his bone – should have been destroyed. By the way, that bone he was ‘enjoying’ was a piece of dead animal, right? That’s one thing at least that seems to have been swept under the carpet.


Canetoad March 26, 2014 at 3:14 pm

A fundraising page has been set up to help pay Kevin Vincente’s medical bills. (He is, of course, the child mauled by poor, innocent Mickey-who-enjoys-bones). I just noticed, on looking at the ‘Save Mickey’ Facebook page again, that someone called Tammy Sheehan has written, “I posted this to For The Love Of Kevin page. They deleted it.” I can’t open the whole post as I’m not on Facebook, but it appears that she posted the ‘Save Mickey’ page on it. If so, it says a lot for these dog activists.


nodogs4me March 26, 2014 at 6:36 am

Jane, I have two pets who are treated very well and are spoiled, healthy and happy. a rabbit and a cat. I have a disdain, for dogs, just like there are some types of people who are incompatible with our lives. I do not kill or hurts dogs, I just don’t want them in my life or around me. I cannot deal with the smell. I don’t like their personalities. and they are way too destructive and in your face for me to like them. I find them gross, Doesn’t make me an animal hater as a rule. but it is sick when people try to push dogs on the rest of the world.

Disliking dogs does not make a bad person. I have a professional career and a good heart, but I will not live with a dog in my home. Just won’t, just can’t. And I don’t want to spend time around them. It is simple and cut and dry as that. Everybody in this world is different, and some things we like and some things we don’t. It is not a phobia. I have been around plenty of them, and each time, I have to be around them, I come away, never wanting to be around them again. ‘

The problem is that people with dogs don’t want to understand that not everyone is going to like them. or feel that we should have to have them everywhere. They should not be allowed in restaurants or grocery stores, and perhaps it wouldn’t be so bad if lazy dog owners, learned to pick up after them, and keep a tight reign on them, so they are not always on top of everyone else. And then the dishonesty of dog owners trying to pass regular dogs off as service dogs.. I don’t know, seems like a double standard to me. Guess dog owners can’t be trusted to tell the truth.


Dragon March 26, 2014 at 7:50 am

God another one…Oh jane you are the only one here who is toxic …why, you DON’T ask, well because look at all the crap coming from you versus the responses from decent forum members you like all the other assholes are just trying to start trouble something you should analyze is WHY you would join in a forum you COMPLETELY do not support no matter how many times I see a forum that I do not agree with..not once do I want to join it let alone make a comment in fact it means nothing to me and therefore I delete the history and never look back. Why is it you can not do this JANE….hmm exactly what is it inside of you that drives you to put down and voice your thoughts to a group that could not care less…GOOD BYE TOXIC JANE..hopefully for good.


nodogs4me March 26, 2014 at 7:22 am

Your choice, but I don’t need people like you either.
Why is it you would be tolerant of cat haters???? It seems people accept that. I am in my late 50s. never been in trouble with the law, and have a life that I am content with. It is my prerogative to dislike dogs.. I am a very honest person… which is why it bothers me so much to have to keep this hidden. I know there are countries… which don’t think the same about dogs as they do in the US and UK.. smart people. There is nothing that will make me like them, any more than you dislike a particular food, or music style. I hate rap.. lost of people enjoy it that is life. I won’t listen to it, In my neighborhood, drug dealers and thugs have dogs.. hmmmmmm nice, people. Well you can associate with them all you want, because they have dogs. I just want to live my life in peace and hope to buy some property in the boonies which I am saving money for.


dogsfromhell March 26, 2014 at 8:38 am

nodogs4me, You make a good point about dog owners trying to pass off their dogs as service animals so they can sneak into public places. I think the same goes for dog owners that leave their dog crap when they THINK no one is looking. The most horrible dishonesty is when they allege their beast has never aggressed after it just ripped the face off of a child. Yes I think dog owners are a very dishonest group of people.


Jane March 26, 2014 at 8:08 am

Comment exceeds incorrect spelling and grammar allowance.


dogsfromhell March 26, 2014 at 8:25 am

No Toxic Jane, hating dogs is not a personality trait it is a personal boundary. We are here to define and assert ours because obsessive, irresponsible people like you insist on forcing their fur slaves on others. We have observed that people who are obsessed with dogs aka dog cultists have difficulties with human relationships. Your comments in fact confirm this. To clarify, we hate dogs on this site not people.

Again, Jane, dogs are not LIKE children. They are another species. Your insistence on equating dogs with children is part of your dog worship issue.


nodogs4me March 26, 2014 at 8:26 am

I have lived in the country before and loved it. The problem is, I live now on a city block, though it is outskirts to an extent. but my point is there are 18 dogs in just my half of the block. Acreage gives you distance. and that is all I want. I live in near the city now, but getting close to retirement and want to settle where I have more space, and not have dogs outnumber people. and believe me they won’t


Canetoad March 26, 2014 at 2:32 pm

Thanks, moderator! This made my day!


dogsfromhell March 26, 2014 at 8:44 am

Toxic Jane, Shouldn’t you be working right now in your highly professional, high education requirement profession? Why are you online trolling dog hater sites when you should be productive. Is your employer aware you are stalking people you disagree with online when you should be working. How are these interpersonal skills working for you? Are your anger issues interfering with your job performance?


dogsfromhell March 26, 2014 at 9:22 am

I am extravert highly educated professional who love people, love to be around people, like most everybody, evolve in a large and diversified social circle, talk, get along and treat respectfully everybody from waitresses, to engineers to politicians
Actually Jane, you are arrogant, belligerent and obnoxious. You are clearly someone who disrespects the boundaries of others, is intolerant of individuals who disagree with you and has ideations of grandeur. You also cannot spell, use correct grammar or structure a sentence. See above.

And I got a good sense of people character.
The correct sentence structure here is, “And I HAVE a good sense of people character.”
You may want to consider Writing Skills 101. Check out your local community college.

Its like a radar telling me that person is fundamentally screwed up inside.
Do aliens speak to you also? Is the FBI tracking you?

Its like saying you don’t like children because they are messy and noisy and babies because they poop in their diapers.

Again Jane, children and dogs are not like apple and apples. Remember that Sesame Street song, “Three of These Things”? One of the things doesn’t belong because it is NOT THE SAME. Human, children, dogs….one doesn’t belong Jane. Guess which one?

The good news is, children poop in their diapers. Unfortunately, dogs shit outside where their owners believe the environment is one gigantic dog toilet.


dogsfromhell March 26, 2014 at 9:39 am

“Its like wanting to be friend with a pedophile or a sociopath”

Oops Jane, you did it again!. Hating dogs is NOT like being a pedophile. And do you know why?? Dogs and children are not the same. Is it starting to make any sense now Jane?


nodogs4me March 26, 2014 at 9:48 am

Having one’s character personally attacked by another person who does not even know you, shows exactly the arrogance you speak of dogsfromhell. I would not face 1/3 of the scrutiny if I stated that I hated cats instead. Geez!!! I am neither a pedophile or sociopath. I just want to have a little separation from these beasts. Why is that so much to ask for????? Why is the fact that someone wants peace and some personal space, so inclined to bring on hatred from folks who don’t know anything about me?? I mean, I have thick enough skin, but it is just shocking the reaction of these people. I am not a dog killer either. Just don’t want them in my bubble. So shoot me!


K.N. March 26, 2014 at 1:34 pm

Jane comes across as unbalanced when she compares dog-haters with pedophiles and sociopaths. Jane, what is the relation, really? I HATE liver! Does that put me on a par with child molesters?


NotaDogPerson March 26, 2014 at 3:18 pm

I totally agree. I just talked to my husband a bit ago and asked him if he thought I was crazy for thinking that a dog that mauled a four year old child should be put down, even if the child went into the dog’s yard and tried to take his bone. He said no, I’m not nuts, and the dog is going to attack no matter what. I told him that they’re keeping the dog in some facility and filing down his fangs, and he said that’s even WORSE than putting the dog down so why would people advocate for the dog to stay alive? I think he knew his mom had something to do with it because nine of every ten posts on her Facebook page have to do with dogs.


dogsfromhell March 26, 2014 at 3:27 pm

“that bone he was ‘enjoying’ was a piece of dead animal”

Excellent point Canetoad. Seems it’s ok to feed other animals to the sacred dog!!!


Canetoad March 26, 2014 at 3:43 pm

I am now reading that there was NO bone and that this was proven in court – the bone was invented by the Free Mickey brigade to get sympathy for the vicious mutt.


Canetoad March 26, 2014 at 4:15 pm

PS: Have just added a ‘euthanise Mickey’ petition to the petitions page. A lot of the comments on this petition reflect common sense rather than hysteria.


nodogs4me March 26, 2014 at 4:21 pm

OKay thanks.. I signed.


dogsfromhell March 26, 2014 at 4:25 pm

Signed it. Thanks Canetoad


bluewatj March 26, 2014 at 4:49 pm

I agree 100% with what you’re saying nodogs4me. There are people who kill each other, and they are ignored. Yet when someone kills a dog, they are seen as a devil, because the pe(s)t industry made way too much propoganda favoring towards dogs


Canetoad March 27, 2014 at 12:39 am

What amazes me is that hundreds of dogs, mostly ‘bully breeds’ like this one, are euthanised EVERY DAY in the US and UK because the countries are awash with them and there is no hope of finding so-called forever homes for them. Most of these dogs have never maimed or killed anyone. I’m not defending dogs (hell would freeze over first) but isn’t it odd that this Mickey-now-apparently-not-enjoying-his-bone came to media attention BECAUSE he mauled a child, and BECAUSE he appeared in the media the human-hating dog activists decided to whip up the emotions of the less bright to stop this one dog from being euthanised. Never mind all the others who haven’t mauled or killed!


bluewatj March 28, 2014 at 2:12 pm

What’s the point of saying that a dog didn’t kill someone?


dogsfromhell March 28, 2014 at 8:25 pm

Afterwards chief inspector Jim Lucas, of the RSPCA, said: “Our reaction was the same as most members of the public: shock, surprise and disgust, that somebody has got to the position where they have blurred the lines in this relationship.

Here’s what I do not understand. Dog cultists imagine dogs to be their “family”, their “children” essentially “blurring the lines of the human/animal relationship”. Then when one of their own behaves according to their doctrine they condemn. Pick a lane.


dogsfromhell April 2, 2014 at 6:09 pm

Also, the concept behind a “domestic” animals aka a dog is that it is acclimated to living within a human environment.


dogsfromhell April 2, 2014 at 6:11 pm

A real service dog organization is attempting to pass legislation to address the issue of fake service dogs. Sign the petition in the Petition section here.


dogsfromhell April 2, 2014 at 6:27 pm

You mustn’t show fear is the biggest load of nonsense I have ever heard too.

Fear is a feeling and we are allowed to feel what ever way we do. People do not always have control over how they “feel”. Feelings are simply that, feelings. They have no effect on the physical environment.

Conversely attacking someone is an action. Actions are controllable. Actions have consequences. We should all be held accountable for our actions. Dog owners need to be responsible and accountable for their beast’s actions.Dog owners should be held accountable when their dogs attack humans.


dogsfromhell April 3, 2014 at 7:11 am

Thanks for the info. I was at our local Habitat for Humanity Restore recently and saw some for a buck. I thought of your advice but figured I was ask you first because I know nothing about golf. LOL . How ironic is it that my defense against a horrible aggressive beast will come from Habitat for “HUMANITY


dogsfromhell April 6, 2014 at 9:52 am

Someone mentioned that they wish the Dog Toilet Paper photos where not at the top of the site because its really vomit invoking. And I agree, it IS really gross. Anyone else think it should get moved down a bit? Canetoad? nodogs4me? willko? mfatpony? bluewatj? IMO I think the trolls should have a reality check every time they visit the site. But please let me know. We can move it.


nodogs4me April 6, 2014 at 10:21 am

Ah….. for me. even though it IS gross, indeed. I have no problem with the dog toilet paper staying where it is. Hahahahaha. really does get the point across quickly.


Canetoad April 6, 2014 at 12:35 pm

I have no problem with them being where they are. It means that dog lovers who troll this site get an in-your-face reminder that those ‘doggy kisses’ contain a fair bit of discharge of some kind.


K.N. April 6, 2014 at 12:57 pm

Put the photos in a collage and title it “11th reason I Hate Dogs” and insert that into the banner at the top of the page. Another vomit-inducing reason to avoid the detestable creatures.


willko April 6, 2014 at 1:40 pm

First time I saw the ‘toilet paper’ images, my god why don’t these people just go to the source and stick their face in a pile of dogshit, at least dogs have an excuse.
The Mary&Joseph photo was hilarious. I don’t have any preferences; the entire site seems well laid out, not too cluttered, and to the point. It’s probably fairly easy for the simple-minded dog worshipers to understand – IMO, the target audience…..
nice job, DFH


mfatpony@aol.com April 17, 2014 at 12:15 pm

They crack me up. The only way to make it better is a collage of dogs licking babies to drive the point home.


dogsfromhell April 6, 2014 at 12:42 pm

Thanks for your input Canetoad and nodogs4me.


dogsfromhell April 6, 2014 at 2:58 pm

good idea…Sheldon will probably have to do that one


Canetoad April 6, 2014 at 2:59 pm

Here’s a suitably illustrated article about how ‘doggy kisses’ can pass on roundworms to their deluded owners. http://www.petsadviser.com/pet-health/can-humans-get-worms-from-dogs/ And whoever came up with the phrase ‘doggy kisses’ to describe this filthy ‘from faeces to faces’ dog licking needs to be … well, I can’t think of a punishment harsh enough. ‘Doggy kisses’ sounds so unbearably cute that the phrase itself must encourage people to do it. Roundworms aren’t quite so cute.


nodogs4me April 6, 2014 at 6:54 pm

Oh man, Canetoad, you always find such wonderful stuff… hahahahaha.. I knew people who shared the food and drink with dogs out of the same plates and glasses while they are eating. My god… speechless.


dogsfromhell April 7, 2014 at 12:52 am

Dog Worship Mantra #1. Feces to Faces.


Canetoad April 7, 2014 at 1:22 am

And the comments section is full of roundworm-paranoid poopy owners. Sample: “I have kissed her face and nose, and even my son accidentally stepped in her feces. Now I am paranoid out the wazoo that we are carrying roundworm. How easy it is to pass around, and do I really need to go straight to the doctor and spend over $500 for all of us to be tested? I am worried out of my mind.” Another reason why I would never have a dog! I love the bit about ‘my son accidentally stepped in her feces’. These people think that having poop all over the place is somehow NORMAL.


nodogs4me April 7, 2014 at 4:35 am

Hahaahahha Feces to Faces… perfect!!!!


nodogs4me April 7, 2014 at 4:37 am

But then you have the really deluded ones who think, NOT MY DOG, as though their dog has golden feces. I mean there are some people who truly believe their dog is worthy of eating at the table with them and sharing.


dogsfromhell April 7, 2014 at 5:37 am

Why doesn’t she “intentionally” clean up her crap infested residence?


Canetoad April 7, 2014 at 5:51 am

Or they’re service dogs (ho! ho! ho!) that the owners have trained personally (because they need a service dog as they have an ingrown toenail or toothache) that sit at restaurant tables and slurp their potentially-roundworm-infested tongues on the plates. And the waiter or waitress is too shit scared (so to speak) to ask questions in case the self-righteous pet owner sues them.
This one isn’t about a service dog (ho! ho! ho!) but about a dog whose owner runs a hotel in Wales – if it’s moved down the page a bit, look for “Huge dog licks plates – beware!” http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowUserReviews-g2081321-d1012140-r177658430-Restaurant_at_Ynyshir_Hall-Eglwys_Fach_Ceredigion_Wales.html I really hope the hotel/dog owner reads this comment and realises that not everyone is besotted by his beloved pet. And I hope they get reported to the Department of Health.


Canetoad April 7, 2014 at 2:50 pm

Golden feces LOL! But you’re right – that IS how they think.


nodogs4me April 7, 2014 at 8:26 am

I would not return either. That is completely unacceptable. I just don’t understand why management in these locations don’t seem concerned about this sort of thing. Like I’ve mentioned before. no one seems concerned about dogs in shopping carts at our local Walmart Supercenter. though I have not seen them at other grocery stores. Usually people see the dog and they just smile.


dogsfromhell April 7, 2014 at 1:47 pm

That is so horrible. Why can’t someone report them to the Board of Health. How can they pass a health inspection? I would have taken a photo and set it to them.


nodogs4me April 11, 2014 at 5:33 am

I am with you naoma4.


mfatpony@aol.com April 11, 2014 at 12:43 pm

Dogs are now fashion accessories.


dogsfromhell April 15, 2014 at 5:05 pm

….”it’s easy to conclude they’re a fairly ignorant, deluded and uninteresting group, merely mindless consumers buying a defective product, sold with lies and promises that have become a religion- opium for the masses”……

Now I would say that pretty much sums it up. Your reference to defective product is dead on willko!


mfatpony@aol.com April 17, 2014 at 12:24 pm

Growing up we had family dogs. You could have rode them with spurs, jumped up and down and tied their ears in knot without any fear of being chomped or killed. IN fact those dogs would greet you at the back door. Agressive dogs or ones that harassed livestock went for a walk over the hill and never came back. Roaming dogs that caused problems were usually taken care of by the owner with an apology for it even happening.
I’m of the opinion that in the chase for breeds and type most domestic dogs have been ruined as pet quality animals. That and the nonsense that agressive breeds used as guard dogs are now babysitters for children.


dogsfromhell April 17, 2014 at 4:56 pm

Well that sounds like good wisdom to me.


willko April 18, 2014 at 6:15 am

Yeah, good perspective. I grew up with an occasional dog, though my parents weren’t much for keeping pets but they loved wild animals. I think they tried a dog or two because of me and my siblings, we were fairly close in age and at a certain age they thought a dog might be amusing for us. Anyway, we were more concerned with playing with each other and friends/neighbors,; it seems the dog was on the peripheral, never demanding attention like these neurotic craphounds nowadays. It would join in on the play then wander off to be a dog, usually digging a hole and lying in it or sniffing around. I remember it was never in the house but outside in a doghouse and absolutely was not allowed to bark but then again it didn’t seem like dogs barked as much back then. I think they were somewhat happy animals because they were allowed to be dogs and not objects of obsession. As for the “walk over the hill”, I do remember my father taking one of the dogs that got distemper to the woods where he shot it. None of us were “traumatized” or needed “counseling” the dog was sick and potentially dangerous. No one had or spent thousands of dollars on dogs then.


nodogs4me April 18, 2014 at 7:16 am

Yes… back when we were younger, the almighty dog didn’t have such as high a place on the pedestal. We never actually had one, but we were dog friendly in that. if a neighborhood mutt came to visit, we would throw it a hot dog or something. And you are right, none of these dogs were really specifically bred and completely non aggressive. In our neighborhood. there may have been 2 or three dogs. Now in my current neighborhood, dogs seem to out number people. because no one has just one anymore. I never heard dogs barking for hours on end when I was a kid either. Things have changed for sure. And yes it wasn’t even so bad to visit people with dogs, because rarely would people allow them on the furniture. And it also seemed owners were more understanding that some people really didn’t want to play or pet their beasts.


mfatpony@aol.com April 18, 2014 at 11:32 am

I have 3 house cats that were raised as cats. As a result of training them by using their natural behaviors there are no issues or behavior problems. When you try to put human emotions and feelings on an animal it will always fail.
Pitts in the US are fighting dogs. That’s why the characteristics of the bite, the mentality and the build are a recognizable trait of the breed. And why when they do attack the results are so brutal. There are no good pittbulls. Just the ones that never get set off or haven’t killed yet.


dogsfromhell April 18, 2014 at 4:20 pm

I think I would hate any animal that shit in my house. Who would want to live with a pig or goat for gods sake….in your house that is. I would love to have a goat but surely not shitting where I live. These people must have inhaled too many dog foul fumes.


mfatpony@aol.com April 18, 2014 at 6:15 pm

Believe me the pig and goat don’t want to live in a house either.


dogsfromhell April 20, 2014 at 5:28 am

This myth you are referring to is likely one that has been perpetuated by dog cultists along with “you can’t trust anyone who doesn’t like dogs”. Neither are based in reality.

There is however a theory that ANIMAL abuse is often the first sign of serious disturbance among adolescent and adult killers. The theory is not specific to dogs AND the theory is not referring to people who do not LIKE dogs or even animals. Instead, it refers to people who inflict cruelty or harm on animals. It is worthy to note, as we have said many times on this site, it is dog owners who are responsible for the neglect, torture, abuse, starvation and killing of dogs since one must first own and hold captive a fur slave in order to inflict cruelty upon it. Simply google “dog abuse” to read about dog owners abusing their own dogs. In addition, we have observed that cultist trolls commenting on this site are among the most hateful and aggressive. Clearly these people present with violent, aggressive, bullying and passive-aggressive behavior toward both animals and their fellow man.


dogsfromhell April 20, 2014 at 6:54 am

Happy Dog Free Easter. I am reminded that these hybrid vicious serial killers murdered our adorable gentle bunnies on more than one occasion. Dogs are vile.


nodogs4me April 20, 2014 at 7:17 am

Happy Dog Free Easter to you as well, and all my dogless friends. I will not be visiting anyone who has dogs this Easter. I would like to remain free of dog shit, dog drool, dog smell. and everything nasty about them. Unfortunately I saw a disturbing post on facebook this morning, It’s too bad we can’t capture pictures on here…. I don’t know if the link will work… Truthfully this CAN’T be heaven….. https://www.facebook.com/countryacres1/photos/a.354358301337212.1073741834.352956341477408/511904368915937/?type=1&theater


Canetoad April 20, 2014 at 8:03 am

I clicked on the link and it was unavailable! Now I’m wondering what it was. It’s not duplicated elsewhere, by any chance?


nodogs4me April 20, 2014 at 8:16 am

I’m sorry. You would have gagged anyway. I don’t think there is a way to get a picture on here, but I will find that one again, with a link that works for everyone. I have seen it before…. It is a picture that is referring to “heaven” and there are dogs everywhere in the water. Definitely won’t be ANY dogs in my heaven.


nodogs4me April 20, 2014 at 8:39 am

Canetoad.. this one should work,, but it will make you ill, as it did me……..


Canetoad April 20, 2014 at 9:14 am

I wish I hadn’t asked! Don’t they have health and hygiene regulations there?


nodogs4me April 20, 2014 at 9:23 am

Uh, apparently not! The beach I went to last week, was almost as bad… I mean it was way more than one or two dogs. Just getting so sick of it.


dogsfromhell April 24, 2014 at 6:18 am

Where I live there is a mix. I would say half are guys who need validation and the other half are bored, tree-hugger, middle class, suburbanites who want to think they are humanitarians by saving the poor misunderstood pit bull. I’ve seen teenage girls walking these hyper-vigilant beasts on a leash by their fingernail while they text on their devices. They have no idea the potential of these demons. It only takes one small animal or child to cross its path and the rest is news worthy.


dogsfromhell April 24, 2014 at 6:30 am

I do agree though that there are so many “thugs” looking to puff themselves up and intimidate others. I guess it’s the same personality trait in those who might otherwise seem like normal folks. I live next door to two pit bulls who are owned by a graduate level educated couple. For all practical purposes they seem like the nice quiet couple. Funny though, since I have dared to complain about their fur babies, they will often let them outside while I am alone gardening or with my toddler grandson in the backyard. These animals aggressively charge the fence and my grandson runs terrified into the house. It is most definitively a passive-aggressive intimidation tactic. So I consider these people no better than thugs.


nodogs4me April 24, 2014 at 6:47 am

Yes… dogsfromhell, I think that was the point I was getting at. There are some people, even though not thugs, still need the validation of an unresolved aggression in their minds. I know of a person, who gets angry at the slightest, ‘acts’ real tough, has taken martial arts, always speaks of slapping or beating people, but has ballistic shields because they are scared of ‘something’.This person also has a pit bull, and a bunch of spiders. I think there are some serious mental issues, because this person wants to present themselves as tough, but when you get a chance to peek beneath the veil, as I have had opportunity to do, this person, is really scared of some boogeyman, that only exists in their minds.

I had an issue with someone we both knew, and right away, that person was like..”I wish you had a dog”. thinking that would protect me from someone that didn’t like me. Geez we all have some people who don’t like us. and most of them are not going to come after us physically. I said I didn’t want a dog. Sorry I don’t want the shit piles in my yard, and yes a security system is way cheaper and less smelly.


dogsfromhell April 24, 2014 at 10:35 am

I have wondered this about the “nice” couple next door with the 2 pits. It’s odd that they always have their front and back porch lights on 24/7, curtains closed and never speak to any one in the neighborhood. They do seem afraid of some imagined threat. And seriously, it sure would be cheaper to get a security system. But as for not having to clean up shit in the back yard toilet, well they NEVER do. So that benefit is out of the equation. I don’t know how the guy can stand to lounge out there in the sun with the stench of dog crap. I also see the dogs eating piles of shit then licking him on the mouth. She is a nurse and it’s really disturbing to me that 1) nurses launder their own uniforms which come in contact with dog contamination which can then be transmitted to medically vulnerable populations and 2) she hasn’t enough medical knowledge in spite of an advanced degree to know that dog shit can pose a health hazard on many levels. That “kissing” a shit-faced dog is not unsanitary. aghhhhhhh


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