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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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Had Enough w/Canines June 12, 2017 at 7:50 am

I am listening to the police scanner. The call is for a welfare check on an elderly person. It’s believed the person is down inside due to a possible overdose of their medications.

Police arrive. Cannot get in due to a large pit bull guarding the entrance and barking profusely. Of course, they don’t want to shoot the dog to check on the owner, but what should be done? The reporting person, (I’m guessing a relative) was called and now has to come and subdue the dog so the police can check, which, by that time is a moot point.

Maybe they’re down inside from a dog mauling. Wouldn’t that be just great? Sheesh.

jim c June 12, 2017 at 1:45 pm

This shows how gullible and stupid us brits are. Man jumps into River Thames to save a stranger’s dog.

Had Enough w/Canines June 13, 2017 at 9:47 am

Oh come on, it’s got nothing to do with country. There are idiots all over the world. Most are in charge or think they are but kowtow to dogma.

SR June 13, 2017 at 7:51 pm

“Dogma”! LOL…the dog nutters true selves revealed!

Ugh…went to see my family last weekend whom I care for dearly…except their stupid dogs. Thankfully the most annoying one recently passed away…but that still leaves two…one of which is a mean little chihuahua. Completely untrained and spoiled…the chihuahua just doesn’t beg at the table…it jumps on you and I kept booting it away when it tried it to me.

Then I see my brother and my sister in law pick up the little mutt and hold it like a baby and hand feed it at the dinner table. No words…and they wonder why I pay so much for hotels and don’t just stay at their place anymore? Their daughter is leaving the house in a month for college, and this combined with the loss of one of their beloved mutts will be telling. I have a bet with my sister (she hates dogs too, yay) that they will get two more dogs once their eldest child is out of the house…one to replace her, and another to replace the dog that died recently.

Oh, the joy of being a dog hater in a dog nutter family. 🙂

mfatpony@aol.com June 13, 2017 at 8:34 pm

This dog thing is why I made my H get out of the volunteer fire dept. Someone went in and saved a freaking boa constrictor. Enough. It’s one thing to grab an animal if you can while you’re in there looking for humans it’s totally another to go BACK in specifically to get one.
Every time I see a cop/fireman/just a person risking their lives to save a dog. It’s almost always a dog I wonder if they have life insurance that will pay out for killing themselves this way and what their family will do to survive. I mean are the dog owners going to pay the widow a few million for saving their loose mutt that fell in , through something ?

DogsRrevolting June 13, 2017 at 9:12 pm

I hate to say it, Jim C, but there is an overabundance of dog-worshipping nutcases here in the USA too.

mfatpony@aol.com June 15, 2017 at 1:50 am

Our local shelter whines, much like an annoying dog, that they don’t have funds for the things they need. Here is a novel idea. Enforce the AC ordinances you’re supposed to and write those tickets. You can’t go an hour out here without seeing a dog running down the road or hearing one carry on at every hour of the day or night barking like maniacs while their less than intelligent owners seem to have simply decided to let their uncontrollable beast yammer on and on. I also highly suggest that one AC officer be assigned to random night duty.
AC should be funded largely by enforcing ordinances and making sure that all dogs are vaccinated, have current tags and are micro chipped for easy ID. My idiot farm animal SIL and her worthless husband finally got the message to keep their mutts quiet at night and now behind us someone has some worthless hound that starts barking at 1AM and goes nonstop till 5-6 AM. It’s pulled a few day shifts too.
My county AC that runs on taxpayer money refuses to enforce anything that might make someone get rid of their dogs. However you can collect evidence so easy these days that hauling them to civil court is going to be the wave of the future for people being assaulted by dog noise pollution.
Send your deadbeat neighbors a letter to cease and desist sooner rather than later. Judges when presented evidence of the racket you have to live with and your efforts to get them to cooperate in a reasonable way will have to find in your favor.
Getting a judgment against someone means you have to collect it yourself. But it can be a real drag on the owner if they have a job with background checks and a judgment can really screw up a credit report. Lots of people think they are immune to a judgment but above the homestead act they can have a lot taken from them and you don’t have to collect it all at once. Noisy welfare neighbor have two cars ? Lots of toys ? That piece of trash that thinks they are above the law isn’t. You know if everyone who was having their lives ruined because of dog pollution hauled the morons to civil court we might start making a real statement about the impact this is having on our lives.

AnkleBiter June 15, 2017 at 7:28 pm

I’m losing it. I’m planning a trip over the upcoming july 4 break. Deciding on hotels, all I see is “Pet Friendly”. It’s rare to see No Pets Allowed lodging. A few hotel chains I thought were reputable now have pictures of pooches on their website to show they are pet friendly. I want to cancel the trip and vomit now.

BigDogHater June 15, 2017 at 7:46 pm

Oh boy, ya’ll will probably get a kick out of this. Just saw something in my news feed called “Puppy leaves food from dead dog’s bowl alone.” or something like that. I assumed it was talking about a family who had an old dog, got a puppy, had two separate bowls for them, the old dog died before it could eat its least meal, and the puppy hasn’t touched said food. Now my first thought when I saw this title was, “Well duh, the older dog was higher in the pecking order and the younger one isn’t going to touch the food whether it can see the other dog or not because the imprint of being the lesser being is still in it’s mind”. So for laughs, I clicked on it and low and behold, the dog nut article writer made the whole situation sound like some sort of emotional, heart tugging tale of one dog not finishing food in memory of the dead one. In hindsight my hypothesis was wrong since apparently the dogs shared out of one bowl, but that’s honestly not even the main point. The point is that I looked at that from an analytical point of view since it was about a freaking animal and animals do things out of instinct, not emotion. A dog nut looked it in a way to humanize the dogs a much as possible and make something out of what’s probably nothing other than a dog being used a pattern it’s lived by for a while.

Also, I just had to wonder, why is this news? I don’t care that it was just a small article and not a real news story. Who in the hell really cares all that much about some random person’s dog not eating food? Is there really nothing else to talk about? Has it really come to the point in life where people are writing news articles about someone’s damn dog not eating food? Do dog owners actually get enjoyment reading this stuff? Even if I had a dog, I really wouldn’t be worrying all too much about what someone else’s is doing…

Fatima June 16, 2017 at 1:29 pm
E.F June 17, 2017 at 12:59 am

That’s basically the type of news you’ll find in Australia, I mean people don’t want to be treated with real news or possible stories that would affect us, like a crash on the local highway. I’ve even strayed from supporting the news medias around here and heading to gore sites, because they seem to be the only ones presenting real news stories online. I have a feeling that it’s got something to do with the liberal bias in news formats now. Fake News is right up in their alley.

DogsNeedToGoAWAY June 17, 2017 at 10:58 am

ankle biter,
dog worship is alive and well here in the states..In saratoga, ny, dogs are allowed in restaurants and pretty much everywhere else due it’s new status as a “dog friendly” city..A great place to stay away from for more reasons than this. I’m not sure where you are vacationing but lots of places I worked at don’;t allow pets..You can also try air bnb.We have an air bnb apartment and don’t allow any pets at all..It’s sickening the way these stupid mutts are taking over..Pony has the right idea by hauling their ignorant asses into court for noise pollution..The judges cannot get away with not doing about it, the way Ac can..We need our world back from these menaces..

AnkleBiter June 17, 2017 at 11:33 am

We were going to visit Maine, but just decided not to go, for other reasons. I had found 4 options (Inns, BnB’s and a resort) that said No Dogs. The big chain hotels and woodsy cabins all said “Pet Friendly”. They caved in to the dogger pressure.

mfatpony@aol.com June 17, 2017 at 2:20 pm

Yes the Holiday Inn we used to stay at on vacation is now pet friendly.
Lovely so now you have to wonder if some mutt was scooting itself around on the floor. Take the UV pet stain lights with you when you travel and inspect before you check in.

DogsRrevolting June 17, 2017 at 7:49 pm

Got an email from “change.org” asking me to sign a petition to the government to outlaw eating dogs and cats, I replied with “be a vegetarian or be a hypocrite”. Seriously, if somebody wants to eat a dog, it’s no more wrong than eating a hamburger. Just don’t feed the filthy stuff to me and I’m fine with it. Hey, all the thousands of dogs ”euthanized” in shelters could be feeding hungry Koreans, Chinese, whoever. What a waste.

AnkleBiter June 17, 2017 at 9:11 pm

Yeah I love the way we judge people for eating cats and dogs in parts of the world where food is scarce. It’s either that or starve.

mfatpony@aol.com June 18, 2017 at 3:37 pm

I’d be happy to ship them a few million pit bulls for dinner. Lots of people seem detached from reality and there are organizations that will rescue and import dogs raised with no social contact to the US and lines waiting to adopt them while millions of cats and dogs in the US are killed and put in garbage bags. They are nothing but hypocrites especially while feeding their dogs and cats canned animal protein.
These are also the same people who appear when a pit bull or other misunderstood breed of dog mauls and kills a fellow human being in defense of the dog and feel entitled to let their dogs piss and crap on every public surface and own a collection of fake service dog attire.

Hognose June 18, 2017 at 10:05 pm

[previously Adder but I haven’t posted in quite a bit…mainly a lurker]

Sorry in advance for the long rant. I just didn’t know where else to vent. My best friend recently got a puppy and I’m pretty worried for her. And I honestly don’t know what to do because I don’t think she quite understands the potentially dangerous situation she’s in. The puppy is a GSD/Malinois cross and this is her FIRST puppy that she’s ever raised/been responsible for training. That combo of dogs is not suitable for a first time trainer. She’s had it for two months and it isn’t even housebroken yet. I used to be a dog fanatic (gag) and I know that housebreaking a dog is one of the easiest things to do if you put in the work. It’s a pain and it interrupts your entire schedule but it should be able to be done in a couple weeks, especially with the smarter breeds. And I’m just worried she’s in way over her head with this dog. I always try to be blunt and honest but I don’t feel like any of it is sinking in. She doesn’t even crate the dog at night so it’s already developed a habit of pooping inside. Not only that, but she lives in an apartment. This four month old puppy has already been growling at children and barking at strangers, which of course is common behavior for those vigilant, aggression prone breeds. And all she says is “Yeah I know I need to curb that behavior”. But I’m worried that she doesn’t actual have the level of discipline required to do it. In fact, she had a dog that she had adopted as an adult before this one but had to rehome it to work on some person issues. And as far as dogs go that one was super tolerable. It didn’t require any work, it didn’t invade your personal space, and it didn’t have any behavioral issues. Even as a dog hater I didn’t feel totally stressed around it. But if even that dog was causing problems for her then I can’t imagine what this one is going to do. And without disclosing too much of her personal info, I’ll just say that she and I are similar and prone to depression. She got this puppy during a better period in her life but I know moods come back down. They always do. And it’s nothing against her, but if this ticking time bomb of a dog doesn’t get the work it needs then it’s going to be a disaster.

CC June 19, 2017 at 9:01 am

So glad I came across this website. Yesterday, a dog THAT WAS OFF A LEASH no less, runs right into the back of my leg. I KNOW the owner saw it. No apology, No “are you alright” – nothing! I’m standing there looking at this idiot thinking – surely he is going to apologize and ask if I was ok at some point – crickets… – breathtaking indifference!
I specifically went the other way to AVOID something this from happening like I always do when I encounter an unleashed dog on a trail (which, unfortunately, happens a little TOO often). In my area, there is a lot of small parks with nature trails. I have noticed recently that people letting their dogs run off leash in these parks has greatly increased, along with the ever present dog droppings. Even on the nature trails where it specifically states “no pets allowed” I am continuously coming across these ignorant, selfish owners who look at you like YOUR the crazy one if you even DARE to say something because God forbid, who wouldn’t want to be jumped on or ran into by some filthy, disgusting dog while they are trying to enjoy their walk in nature!

SR June 19, 2017 at 2:16 pm

Mfatpony – I think you read my mind. Whenever I hear about people trying to ban the eating of dogs or killing of strays outside of the US I think hey, here’s the solution for so many problems! Let those people eat the dogs and exterminate the rabid strays (which often kill people) and we’ll kill two dogs with one stone. But that would actually be logical, so we can’t do that.

By the way…if anyone here likes Reddit…do a Google search for “dog free” on reddit. You might find it interesting. 😉

Starshine June 20, 2017 at 5:57 am

I am also annoyed by all the hypocrites that judge people that eat dogs but eat other animals themselves. Pigs are smarter than dogs. Another worty mention is the octopus. As a group they’re shown to be probably the smartest animals apart from primates. Some have been shown to exhibit behaviour beyond the intelligence of many primates even. Yet, there are no petitions about outlawing the consumption of octopus.

On an unrelated note (need to blow off some steam), as an avid reader and movie watcher, I’m getting really annoyed when dogs are made centerpieces of fictional stories that shouldn’t be about them.
Just bought and read what looked to be an interesting adventure novel with a romantic story thrown in, only to realise that half of the whole book was about a damned dog. The author was some army veteran so probably one of those people that got a dog to deal with PTSD (which is a really bad idea by the way) so I guess he thought of his own dog when writing the damn book. There were also other animals that got way too much focus over the humans but the dog was the worst.
The whole book became a sob story about the poor dog that died because it was like losing a child, but the couple became stronger because of the loss blah blah.
The nutters should at least give us some warning like: ” This story is not about human relationships or adventure but about romantic relationships with various animals including dogs. Reader beware. ”

I read books and watch movies for the human experiences involved, but maybe I’m becoming a minority now and all stories will end up involving animals, particularly dogs.

mfatpony@aol.com June 20, 2017 at 6:20 am

By the way…if anyone here likes Reddit…do a Google search for “dog free” on reddit. You might find it interesting.

what a lovely place.

mfatpony@aol.com June 20, 2017 at 6:41 am

My neighbors dogs got in a fight with something or each other last night. It took them about 5 minutes to sort it out. They have 4 little kids. Why would anyone put up with that kind of crap around children who are face level with these things. It’s like dog owners are selectively blind to danger.
I had a fun memory from a few years ago when her parents dog killed one of her chickens and she wanted all the dogs shot because they were killing her chickens. It was suggested that the chickens be kept in a pen. Her response, Chickens were meant to roam free. The same twisted logic she tried to use for her dogs.

I Detest Dogs June 21, 2017 at 12:51 am

Hey, you can bet if this was real, that every dog loving nutter would go for one, no matter how annoying it would get. After all, it just gives the dogs more incentive to bark more. Ater all they are just having a conversation right? If yu can’t tell I was being sarcastic.


E.F June 21, 2017 at 12:58 am

Yeah that ticks me off, “oh boo, f*cking monsters, they should stop their culture because of my feelings towards those poor angel dogs” I mean STFU, you eat fish, they eat dog, you eat cow and chicken and…

It’s extremely pathetic to have to constantly put up with this in trains, and at work, and basically everywhere else.

Also Starshine, I’ve written in the past about how the media companies constantly introduce dogs into adverts where they’re not needed, and I’ve explained that this was to push the agenda that your family is incomplete without a dog so that the multi-billion dollar dog industry could make more moola’s. But I’ve noticed the increasing numbers of adverts and external media platforms using dogs even moreso as a way to gain some emotional support from gullible idiots. It’s revolting.

Just imagine a lovey dovey story about a pet snake and it’s owner, the snake has no notion of companionship yet the movie will make out that the snake was an angel-spawn who loved its owners dearly, this is the way I see it for dogs.

mfatpony@aol.com June 21, 2017 at 7:58 am


DogsRrevolting June 21, 2017 at 8:15 am

Just got a sad email from “change.org” It’s today! I replied “good….eat more dog”. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lychee_and_Dog_Meat_Festival

DogsNeedToGoAWAY June 21, 2017 at 1:39 pm

LMAO!!!! good one!

mfatpony@aol.com June 21, 2017 at 2:22 pm
Starshine June 23, 2017 at 3:59 am

I agree with you E.F. People would probably be shocked if advertisements and movies focused on someone’s weirdly close relationship with a snake, but with a dog it’s considered perfectly normal.

Read another annoying article in my local newspaper today. It was a comment by a dog nutter who lamented over how our municipality wasn’t giving dogs enough space to run around and asked whether the people in charge want a dogless society (oh, the horror). He continued by saying that some people are afraid of dogs and that they have to respect that but only to a certain degree. Ugh.
Imagine a snake owner saying that they only have to respect people’s fear of snakes to a certain degree.

One brave guy dared make a comment suggesting that the article author fund his own dog hobby instead of forcing it on the tax payers. Immediately, several other dog nutters jumped on him for daring to suggest such a thing. Appearantly, according to the nutters, spending tax money on a hobby like dogs is just as valuable as spending it on health care or the police. ^_^

mfatpony@aol.com June 23, 2017 at 5:16 am

Dog parks wouldn’t be so bad if dog owners would use them. If you don’t respect my dislike of your dog I hope you can scrape the pepper spray off its face.
Where there is a dog park within a park dogs should be forbidden in the regular park. Mutt owners not only appropriate land owned by the taxpayer they then invade both parks. Not like most people are going to go picnic in what amounts to a acre toilet for dogs.

Had Enough w/Canines June 23, 2017 at 6:27 am
mfatpony@aol.com June 23, 2017 at 7:05 am

I’m sure the pitbull has a FB page by now and a gofundme to get the cop fired.

DogsRrevolting June 23, 2017 at 7:33 am

What the heck is a “skip round”? If it’s what i think it is, how come civilians carry expanding hollowpoints in their sidearms to minimize “collateral damage” in the event the weapon must be used for defense? Isn’t a “skip round” something that is prone to ricochet? How can cops “protect and serve” when using dangerous crap like this?

DogsNeedToGoAWAY June 23, 2017 at 10:41 am

Dogs not allowed..makes me wish I was a letter carrier, so i could retire there..we need more dogless places..


E.F June 24, 2017 at 1:24 am

Actually I was reading this hilarious article about someone actually laying down with his ball python, only to have it bite him on the ear and not let go, the result was his father yanking it off his ear until a chunk of the ear ripped off. I laughed so hard because people should know better, but when a child’s face is mauled off by a ‘beloved family dog’ it’s a more serious matter because 1. the child will most likely die and 2. the owners are ignorant of the obvious dangers of having a large unpredictable animal when they buy one with rowdy unpredictable children in the household. And after reading your comment, I hate these types of people so much, wasteful ignorant people, luckily Animal Welfare isn’t a highly voted for thing in Australia during electoral month. Usually they don’t even know what’s best for the dogs.

In the past recent months my government banned grey-hound racing because a small number of the losing dogs were killed by owners because they weren’t getting paid to lose and they couldn’t feed them, firstly, banning the sport all together turned out to have a huge impact on the economy and the stores that were functioning in those stadiums had to close down, secondly the banning of the race would cause an influx of dog deaths as a result of it being a lot of peoples main income, and lastly, like getting rid of a healthy, happy, hunting game for the dogs and substituting it with a lazy useless lifestyle is definitely what the dogs want, NOT! Dog Nutters are yet again, proven to be idiots, and it should NEVER be introduced into politics for any reason.

E.F June 24, 2017 at 1:31 am

When people around me are talking about other countries eating dogs it usually turns into a questions game, when asked “would you eat dog?” I respond with the obvious answer of “NO!” but before they can respond with this highly ridiculous belief that I like dogs or support them in any way, I say to them “Dogs look ugly as f*ck so what makes you think they won’t taste disgusting as f*ck.” I basically urge for an argument because so far I have been successful at roasting all the nutters I’ve had to face in discussion. Although the painful illogical debates with them can become annoying at times.

dogsfromhell June 24, 2017 at 9:00 am

Dog Nutters are yet again, proven to be idiots, and it should NEVER be introduced into politics for any reason

EF this is hilarious! Still laughing…:)

jim c June 25, 2017 at 3:53 pm

It may come as a surprise that the Swiss eat dogs and the Poles use dog lard.
I would eat dog if I thought it would help to keep the numbers down.

mfatpony@aol.com June 26, 2017 at 5:59 am

Without looking for links all morning it’s safe to say you won’t find dogs in plentiful numbers where there is mass starvation.
Add to this that dog became a viable protein for man the day the failed ancestor of the wolf belly crawled into mans cave to get their free meal of discards and offal.
Feral dog packs are becoming a issue in some rural and urban areas.

dogsfromhell June 26, 2017 at 7:51 pm
mfatpony@aol.com June 27, 2017 at 5:52 am

Funny DFH I didn’t see any of the usual pitnuts posting because we know what kind of mutt this was right. A Chihuahua because they bite the most of course.
Steer clear of anyone or any home that lodges one of these maniacal lap dogs. You aren’t safe. Get those babies a nanny dog !

BigDogHater June 27, 2017 at 5:39 pm

I hope this doesn’t seem out of line, but if possible I hope some of you will please donate to this go fund me. 2 young children were attacked by a pit bull that jumped in their open van and now need help. I don’t know these people and I’m not usually one to do this since I’m tight on funds myself, but when I read the story of the incident I just had to. So I hope that if you can,you will. Any amount will help of course. God bless you all.


AnkleBiter June 27, 2017 at 7:46 pm

Thanks for sharing that. I donated. Awful to read that and now I will be extra aware when getting in my car that some maniacal dog can come out of nowhere and attack. I pray that their insurance covers most of the medical costs and they can use the rest to ruin that pitbull owner. This breed should be extinct.

I was picking up an item from a free cycler in the next town. I had been to this house before, this time the dog next door was outside barking. I looked over and it looked like a pitt. Luckily it was fenced in and didn’t bust through. I left fast.

mfatpony@aol.com June 28, 2017 at 5:56 am

I kid you not when I park at the grocery store/shopping center I scan the cars for those grinning maniac dogs staring out the window with that hyper alert look. Pits will not only break into your home they will break out of cars to attack.

DogsRrevolting June 28, 2017 at 6:40 am

Just since I started “carrying”, I’ve had several close calls with pit bulls. There was the pit bull hag with two of the filthy maulers eyeing me from inside her dirty minivan when she stopped by my place of business asking for directions. They were pacing back and forth the whole time eyes fixated on me like I was a big juicy steak. Another in the next booth at the gas pumps did the same thing. Then there was the one walking down the street while its owner had to keep snatching it’s collar because it was perked up and straining in my direction. Then there was one at the “Mule Day” festival in Calvary, Georgia which was mesmerized at the sight of my little grandchildren playing, constantly straining against its leash in their direction as the stupid owner saw my concern and then deliberately brought it closer and made a couple of close passes; and there were supposed to be no dogs allowed at this event to boot. Everywhere I go I see these despicable monsters. They’re just a ticking time-bombs, another tragedy waiting to happen on a hair trigger. Arm yourselves. The powers that be do not care for our safety or they would all ban the stupid things.

Had Enough w/Canines June 28, 2017 at 7:22 am

After reading the story + the updates, some comments and all, I have concluded Pit Bulls are worse than mother bears or mountain lions. Whenever there is a bear cruising a neighborhood in Southern California, it gets top exposure on the news. Stupid people go out and see them, thinking “oh wow, it’s nature and I just love all kinds of animals.” These morons also try and feed them because they think they are cute and helpless.

Can you imagine a bear even doing that? Charging from across the street to enter an unknown car or home even for food?

The thought of that helpless mother enduring that unprovoked attack should trigger laws about any dog like this.

The guy that would not save the child by killing the dog should also be euthanized. What a jerk!

For those who love nature and animals and hold them to a higher degree than humans or trust their behavior more than humans, good luck with that $#it, you’re gonna need it.

mfatpony@aol.com June 28, 2017 at 11:43 am

DogsRrevolting- No small children to protect here but I don’t miss a beat in telling a pit wit to get their freak of nature away from me. Also the sight of pepper spray is usually enough to make them skedaddle.
It’s a sick game. Reminds of the idiot n PetSmart whose dog was pulling on the leash growling at us in line. I was already 6 feet back. I looked her dead in the eyes and told her to keep her dog away from me. Instantly she launched into defense mode. She made excuses that I laughed at and then simpered up the cashier and said I thought dogs were allowed in here ? See I never demanded she leave the store just keep her dog out of our personal space.
Another time two pits in fake SD vests tried to start a pit war in the store. The owners were hauling them away from each other and I stood there looked and yelled DOG FIGHT! Funny as all get out.
Pit wits with their meat grinders on leashes are nothing more than bullies. I have never had one not back down when confronted in a loud clear voice to get their dog away from me.
It’s interesting that most dog owners think they’ll only be liable for their dogs actions if it attacks someone hence the claim the dog was only playing. That ain’t the way it works.

Christian Woods June 29, 2017 at 7:48 pm

You’ll never guess, Henrietta got $4000 for that dog attack that happened a while ago. The family had to pay her $4000 after appealing several times. Hemy’s happy, I’m happy, and we’re going to Denmark in a few days!

Politically Incorrect Doghater June 29, 2017 at 10:08 pm

Here’s a link to a disgusting article:


If I were a hardworking musician performing in front of those who paid to see me and I hear a baby crying or a cellphone going off, I’d tell the parent or owner of such device to head on outside. As for the dog, I’d take my instrument and play the most disturbingly raucous sound to repel the beast away. But if that doesn’t work I’ll feed it some Ferrell rocher which goes great with classical music.If it were a squirrel, straycat, mountain lion, Mongoose, ferret, seagull, crazy fan on the stage, Im sure it would be taken off stage immediately. Why can’t we do the same to these damn dogs?..

mfatpony@aol.com June 29, 2017 at 10:14 pm

Christian Woods. Good for Hemy.

E.F July 1, 2017 at 2:50 am

Politically Incorrect Doghater,
Symphony shows are usually filled with class, whereas anyone bringing a pet inside whether it be a dog or something else, be seen as a crazy rude person, even by other dog owners. I’m a fan of orchestral but if this happened I’d ask for my money back instantly, because what I had paid for was interrupted by laughter and clapping as a result of a mangy mutt that wasn’t apart of the show. I bet the composer and/or conductor was mad despite his comments.

Also, I was saying a few months ago that I felt like I finally found a community to belong in (politically incorrect) but it turns out even a grand majority of our kin are ignorant when comes to the true facts about dogs.

I Detest Dogs July 1, 2017 at 9:17 pm

Happy 150 years Canada, and happy 125, Nakusp! Of course everyone and their dog, literally was out today, watching the parade, a disaster waiting to happen, but thankfully didn’t. Even my friend who has a dog agreed with me how stupid those dog owners are. She and the retired French teacher are the only people I know for sure, who are good dog owners. But too bad it looks like the dog catcher took the day off, of course, rather than doing her job on one the most busiest days of the year. Could have fined 2 to 3 dog owners from what I saw today at the beach, in less than 10 minutes time sitting on that bench checking out the beach for a good spot to detect. One was walking down towards the beach area right in front of the sign where it says no dogs allowed and I warned them firmly no dogs on the beach and pointed to the sign, and then in the direction of the dog beach. We were just going there, yeah sure you were! Another owner was there on the grass part with their cha-whaaa-whaaa, despite that the grass is part of the beach too. I saw a dog running on the front part of the beach by the water without a leash on, no owner in sight as far as I know, and either it was a female squatting to take a piss and or a shit or a male squatting to shit. Either way, I was turned off to metal detect today, because of that. I’ll go tomorrow if it doesn’t rain. Let’s see how many idiots take their damn dogs to the fireworks show tonight; despite that, a lot of them get freaked out at the thunder, even our cat doesn’t like thunder. You get the warning at Halloween to keep your pets inside because of the fireworks. Let’s see how many people don’t have any brains in their head, and or care to use them if they do have any.

I Detest Dogs July 1, 2017 at 11:30 pm

I just came back, beautiful fireworks, about 20 minutes long. As suspected, yup, as I walked the boardwalk, there was indeed stupid foolsish dog owners there too, and I even told the cops about it too, as well as what happened earler. There was probably about 10 dogs or more out there, dumbasses. One idiot even thought it was a great idea to bring Scooby-Doo along!

mfatpony@aol.com July 2, 2017 at 5:29 am

Many dog owners can’t leave home without the mutt because the mutt will total the house or they’ll come back to tickets on their door for disturbing the peace as their mutt howls nonstop for hours.

Just Not a fan of Dogs July 5, 2017 at 11:19 pm

Interesting article that talks about the partiality in this whole Anti-Yulin Festival movement by ANIMAL (Dogs only) Rights activist. If you want to rescue dogs, why not rescue the cows, pigs, chickens, and other animals that would be used for food and fur. If Yulin gets cancelled, do you think the locals would turn vegan right away? Nope, its back to pork, poultry, and beef as usual. I love cats but as much as I am a meat eater myself, I don’t have the right to judge other people in what they consume, save for how they treat the animal before slaughter. We kill far more Farm animals in Holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Independence Day (Hotdogs and Steaks) than Southern China kills dogs per year, in addition these Farm Animals get treated much worse. I think a dead fawn that gets bragged about by hunters in their social media profile pic or a mistreated pig whose short life will never be known other than how it tasted like in a bbq held on a weekend is far more sad than some aggressive Mutt that gets put down via euthanasia. ALL ANIMALS ARE EQUAL BUT SOME ANIMALS ARE MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS:


http://www.whatsonweibo.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/yulin-min-300×210.jpg (man praying for slaughtered dogs)

https://andyyanchan.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/yulin-2.jpg (another prays for slaughtered dogs)

https://southcharlottenewcomers.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/thanksgiving-family-prayer.jpg (praying next to a dead turkey but not for the turkey’s soul)

https://i1.wp.com/veggieathletic.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/yulin-hypocrisy.jpg?resize=620%2C372 (nobody prays for the pigs)

Julie Hogan July 7, 2017 at 10:02 pm

I must say that I have seen a scientific opinion that the dog, instead of being something existing at the pleasure of its owner, has evolved to a parasite that has learned to whine, cringe and howl to get its substenance. Once you see that, you think of it in a whole new light. It does not exist for our pleasure, it has made us its host, we live to serve it.
You will never look at a dog the same way again.

E.F July 9, 2017 at 2:37 am


Many of us here have owned dogs in the past, or forced to have to call them family due to our mother or father loving them. Many of us have had to feed and be seen loving and caring for them lest we get branded a monster and be put to shame, the way a dog is put to shame when it pisses on a rug or chews up a $2000 TV unit. Some of us were once dog lovers, children don’t care for them, they simply use them as a toy to play with when they’re bored, or talk to when lonely. But surely all of us knew about what’s written in that article you shared, as common sense, whether they’ve had family-related experiences with a dog or not. I have come to know that ‘every’ dog lover I’ve met has no idea what they’re talking about, they may know more breeds than I, but it is me who chooses to do the real research that they ignorantly turn a cheek to. Whilst they gather their facts from movies like ‘A Dogs Purpose’ or some show host who calls themselves a dog whisperer with having no real evidently available experience in animal biological/neurological sciences. I choose to do the real research from actual dog experts who, whilst have a loving passion for dogs, will not stray from telling someone the whole truths of a dogs parasitical, and might I add, cringe worthy lifestyle, and the real relationship between these useless crap machines and their idiotic, violent-minded owners.

E.F July 9, 2017 at 2:44 am

I think people should stop worrying about their reputation, lose a few friends here and there, because if I chose to unfriend someone after a 10 year relationship because that person hates something that I love, then it’s me who’ll be seen as the idiot by anyone with half a brain. There should be more articles like this, even if they have to be published by an Incognito fearing for his social reputation. Maybe nutters will decide to actually read one and maybe they’ll begin to see just how right we are, and how ignorant to the truth they’ve all been. They don’t have to hate dogs as a result, but treating them like animals and not like human members of the family would be a start.

mfatpony@aol.com July 9, 2017 at 9:06 am

Julie Hogan- I suppose this is one where it’s how you look at it. Dogs were selectively bred for their submissive qualities but perhaps at the same time that was adapting them to manipulate man.
Growing up a dog that was nasty, bit children or was un-trainable was disposed of. Now they are icons of the doggers to adopt and martyr themselves for.

Carrier July 11, 2017 at 6:50 am

My girlfriend says her dog (huge chocolate lab) is her life and demands that it be permitted to go in every single room in our house (in reaction to me closing our guest room door ) including on couches and sleeping on bath matt where I am suppose to put my just washed feet after I come out of shower. AND she thinks nothing of not walking the dog outside all winter, staying out till 5 am getting drunk and net feeding it, and yelling swear words at the dog if it does something she disapproves of. I suspect, though I have no scientific evidence to support my suspicion, that a % of dog owners have undiagnosed mental issues like narcissism and are extreme control freaks who enjoy owning and having unquestioned complete dominance over another life form they view as subordinate to themselves. “That dog is my life”. Uh ok.

dogsfromhell July 12, 2017 at 5:57 pm


A dog owner dies and the pit eats his genitals. That’s because dogs are just SO loyal. Right. Read how the nutters explain away the attack. The level of denial among these people is astounding.

mfatpony@aol.com July 12, 2017 at 7:02 pm


MissEB47 July 12, 2017 at 7:59 pm

dogsfromhell-That’s bloody disgusting. This is one of the many reasons why I hate dogs so much,. They eat their recently deceased owners even when there is food available. And they excused the mutt’s behaviour by saying that the dog ‘licked his genitals to what him up” WHAT THE HELL?!?!? Why do people have to make excuses for dogs like this? And on top of that his family is going to keep the dog! Gross, so gross! Why are dogs considered to be loyal? They put millions of people in hospital every year, kill anything from mice to livestock, they eat their deceased owners, they ‘love’ anyone that feeds them and they have to be locked up or they will run away. Cats are far more loyal than dogs. Cats are very independent, but they choose to stick around even when they can go outside. Parrots can be like that, too. Even birds are more loyal than dogs. Maybe it is because dogs can be trained to do what ever the dog owner wants and this is what makes them ‘loyal’.

mfatpony@aol.com July 12, 2017 at 8:17 pm

Perhaps the dog was accustomed to licking it’s deceased owners genitals. Was there a large supply of peanut butter in the house ?

MissEB47 July 13, 2017 at 12:04 am

mfatpony-That won’t surprise me at all. Such behaviour is more common among dog owners than we would like to think.

E.F July 13, 2017 at 6:15 am

Truth be told, which carnivorous animal won’t eat their deceased owners body!

therder July 13, 2017 at 8:31 am

There are a lot of reasons I don’t like dogs and I despise irresponsible and inconsiderate dog owners even more. I didn’t always feel this way. I grew up on a farm. Back then, (I’m middle aged now) we always had one or two dogs but they were useful animals that served a practical purpose. They killed varmints and alerted us if strangers came around. We didn’t project emotions on to them and treat them like children or let them in the house. We have a leash law in my city. Dogs are not allowed to roam free off leash outside of fenced areas, even under voice command. There’s also a pooper scooper ordinance. If someone is walking their dog, it’s against the law to leave their poop on yards and sidewalks. But unless they are caught on video, it’s unenforceable. I can understand how dogs can be good companions but people have just gone off the deep end about them. Just the other day I saw a couple carrying around their dog in an infant carrier while shopping in a store. I have a close relative who lives off the charity of others, can’t or won’t work, but can afford to feed 2 dogs. I once was invited over for dinner by a co worker. When I arrived and walked into their kitchen they were preparing a pot of chili. Their house dog jumped up into the owners arms at the stove and proceeded to lick off the stirring spoon that was offered to it. When the owner resumed stirring the chili with the same spoon I made up and excuse and left. I don’t participate in potlucks at work because of foolishness like this. Dogs are just barking, pooping, and slobbering mouths to feed. I can’t stand it when a dog want to jump up and lick me. Ten minutes before they were likely licking their own or another dog’s rear end or genitals. Just disgusting.

Had Enough w/Canines July 13, 2017 at 9:15 am

Carrier Said: “a % of dog owners have undiagnosed mental issues like narcissism and are extreme control freaks who enjoy owning and having unquestioned complete dominance over another life form they view as subordinate to themselves.”

Sounds like you are rightfully disgusted. My next door (condo, we share a wall) neighbor has a brown lab and all I hear all day is barking and running up and down the stairs by this stupid POS. When the owner came to deliver one of my packages, (mistake) I answered my door and the thing jumped on me, scaring the absolute hell out of my raw nerves. She was introducing me to it, she said. When do I get a choice?

BTW, what kind of damage on wood or wood like floors do dogs nails do? They bought their unit just after my buying a second unit and they paid a lot more because it had wood floors. I am visualizing those floors are crap now after a year of that dog.

Had Enough w/Canines July 13, 2017 at 9:21 am

That’s even disgusting for a pit bull.

OMG, But they LOVE him!!!

How’d you like to have that as your epilogue? Pun intended.

therder July 13, 2017 at 10:02 am

My cousin has a female chinese pitbull. I had to go over there on an errand some time back. I was standing in his backyard talking to him when it charged out the back door, climbed up on the edge of his deck and leaped at my head. I jumped out of the way just in time. My cousin had the nerve to act surprised. I haven’t been back since.

mfatpony@aol.com July 13, 2017 at 12:49 pm

E.F. some breeds seem to be there with a fork waiting. Starving animals will food chain themselves. My experience with dogs, and it’s been vast thanks to ones left to run loose is they may kill something but almost none of them consume the kill. A coyote may kill all the chickens but that’s because of food security but a dog will kill all your chickens and they go home and beg a bowl of kibble.

AnkleBiter July 14, 2017 at 7:00 am

therder – been there and done that! How horrifying it is to be invited somewhere and arrive to see a dog pooping on the dinner table and the owner just giggles. Oops, gotta run.

I would be ok with dogs if they served a purpose such as farming and protection. The entire problem is humans projecting emotions on them. How did we devolve so badly that we need furry creatures in this way?

Deb July 14, 2017 at 1:07 pm

Why would you want to date that person?

Julie Hogan July 14, 2017 at 8:17 pm

I used to love dogs! Then my neighbors moved in , with their overfed and filthy hounds, on all sides of me. Not barking, bellowing. If the constant noise didn’t keep me out of my back yard, the flies from their accumulating poop certainly did. One neighbor had a huge red hound, if I went into her house it was like being gang raped, it would leap up and hump my leg the entire time. ; (
When I see an advertisement for a shelter ‘There’s always room for one more!’ I get sick to my stomach, thinking a neighbor will go get one more. I must say its like a post traumatic stress disorder, to hear a dog bark now is sheer torture.
The media is feeding this ‘dog cult’, can you find an advertisement without a dog in it? One more question, and I would love to know, it has become socially verboten to announce that you do not ADORE dogs. Do you have the courage to declare your feelings? Do you feel the pressure I do, to keep it hidden?
Just wondering…

Esme S. July 15, 2017 at 5:56 pm

therder- well said! The dog craze is indescribable. A recent article said that when in the midst of a divorce, a couple fought more over the dog than the child. WTF. A mutt, which if you throw outside, will probably survive, but the child which will not. If you ask a child to watch over things, they probably will; ask a dog and you’ll come back to the house in shreds.
Dogs lick their genitals and then your faces, and then idiots wonder how they got cancer and things in the first place. Saying you don’t like a certain religion is seen as offensive, while saying you don’t like dogs causes WW3

Christian Woods July 15, 2017 at 8:22 pm

Hemy and I are moving into a high-rise apartment, or “flat’ as she calls it. why? no dogs.
Muncie is off the table now because that house burnt down.
speaking of dogs and Hemy, Hemy, who is a guitarist and singer was playing at th elocal bar (pub as she calls it), and a yipping dog kept running up to her. Then the owners got pissed wit hher when she said “f*** it, i’m out.”
Why should someone have to deal with a yipping dog when they’re playing music? It wasn’t a band, it was just Hemy and her guitar, and because she has a soft voice, the dogs yipping drown her out several times.
Looking forward to the apartment, we’re going to be up on the 8th floor.

mfatpony@aol.com July 16, 2017 at 6:14 am

HEWC we looked at foreclosures a few years ago, Dog damage topped everything. Walls , door jambs, and wood floors torn to shreds by dogs skidding around on them. One would have needed the floor joists replaced the piss issue was so bad although the REA tried to convince me the wood could be treated and vapor barriers laid. Then there is the damage to the yards. You would think even on a foreclosure they would have someone out to shovel off the mounds of dog crap. The stench in these homes matches many I’ve been in with dogs and cats. I have a friend I stayed with that has dogs and cats coming out of her ears but I never smelled a thing. Most dog owners are pigs.
I have no doubt one of the big reason my SIL let her dogs run loose was so they didn’t have to clean up the crap. Bad news it’s all back over there.

Just Not a fan of Dogs July 17, 2017 at 11:40 am


This story is about a Dog “RESCUING” a deer. Interesting comment in on the top by a Victoria Anne Skerrit talking about how the dog wasn’t really saving the deer but retreiving before the possibility of devouring the poor creature as its nature.I can’t copy and paste her comment but you can read it yourself ..

therder July 17, 2017 at 3:35 pm

Julie Hogan said: “Do you have the courage to declare your feelings? Do you feel the pressure I do, to keep it hidden?
Just wondering…”

I don’t bring up the subject of dogs first unless one is already causing a problem. Then I make it clear to others that I don’t want any dog in my personal space. If the owner doesn’t like my attitude, that’s tough. At least I’m not sweeping and vacuuming fur off my clothes and floors.

dogsfromhell July 17, 2017 at 8:42 pm
Julie Hogan July 18, 2017 at 6:34 am
mfatpony@aol.com July 18, 2017 at 10:29 am

There are thousands of non lethal dogs in shelters. Annoying, yappy, smelly and sometimes bitey but only a few breeds will actually kill you or your helpless baby.

As to the dog rescuing the deer this is a prime example of a dog doing what the breed does. They’ll bring back a dead duck too. And having humans attach human motivations to it.
Here is a lesson on nature. The deer would drown and it’s less than desirable genes removed from the breeding pool. By dying the deer provides food for many other animals so they continue to live. It’s called the cycle of life and it repeats millions of times daily on all levels in nature. If you take the antelope out of the lions mouth the antelope may live but the lion goes hungry. Coyotes eat most of the baby bunnies here. That is a good thing. The coyote is not looking for human offering like small cats and dogs and garbage and keeping the rodent population under control. When I see an adult rabbit here it’s because it’s a smart adult rabbit.
Most of the comments on this story were head on that the dog was NOT saving the deer. It was looking for a Scooby snack.

Someone who thinks this site is trash July 18, 2017 at 1:56 pm

This is a dumb website, honestly, did you seriously dedicate a website to your hate of dogs? “whyihatedogs.com” Wow. What a waste of time and I am not saying because I am a dog person, I would think any hating things website would be ridiculous. Does it really matter wether people know that you hate dogs? Is it really important?

Someone who thinks this site is trash July 18, 2017 at 9:36 pm

If you think dogs are ugly, then why didn’t you put a normal dog on the #6 photo of you think they are mostly ugly, you may just be very upset about that dog killing your cat that you hate all dogs for it and you used time to make a WEBSITE! Saying that you hate dogs. Now I think that if you hate dogs so much, maybe just keep it to yourself, nobody really needs to know that some person really hates dogs, it’s like me making a website saying the top ten reasons I hate potatoes and think that they should not be a food.

Just Not a fan of Dogs July 19, 2017 at 1:26 am

In reply to “Someone who thinks this site is trash”:

Yawn, looks like we triggered a nutter. Sorry your feelings worth little to us.😛 Go buy some tissues (and new diapers) and make an appointment with your psychiatrist.Perhaps he can prescribe some meds for your PTSD (Or Cupcake Syndrome)after viewing this site.Ain’t Free speech great!!!!!.

Julie Hogan July 19, 2017 at 6:11 am

So we are wasting our time, and should keep it to ourselves. However the nutter is not following his own advice. Go figure. BTW, thanks so much for the website I was glad I found it, to know that I am not alone…

mfatpony@aol.com July 19, 2017 at 7:21 am

Dear Trash, go find a dog lover site.

mfatpony@aol.com July 19, 2017 at 7:33 am

The irony here is the only damage potatoes have ever done to me is on my butt. A rotten one might stink but I can toss it out. But never has a potato barked all night charged me in my own yard or the public road or been seen sitting on a crap covered dog bed in a grocery store while the clerks peed on themselves to touch the foul thing. A potato has never crapped in my yard…would that be like mashed potatoes ? One has never ripped the face off a child and then established a fan club to keep it alive and bash the child. The only pepper I have ever put on a potato came out of a grinder not a long range targeted spray bottle.
Which one of really struck a nerve and triggered your little butt hurt ? How long did you sit here reading about people who don’t think your dog special and did it make your head hurt, bring you to the brink of a stroke.
I hate dogs. They are ugly worthless mutants and almost without fail lack even the basic training.
Our new AC actually controls dogs and the all night barking coming from every direction is over. When they start again I’ll start recording and videoing the offenders and filing complaints. And they will start again because owning a dog seems to diminish the normal IQ to a belligerent psychopath that makes threats if you ask them to shut their nonstop barking dog up. Now go shut your dog up and clean up that pile of crap you left somewhere besides your own yard.

therder July 19, 2017 at 7:39 am

A realtor once told me that barking dogs in a neighborhood is a strong indicator that the area is in decline.

Esme S. July 19, 2017 at 1:18 pm

To “Someone who thinks this site is trash”:

We were all minding our own business and expressing freedom of speech and not bothering anyone until you butted in.

mfatpony@aol.com July 19, 2017 at 5:47 pm

Therder-I walked into a back yard and there was instant commotion from the right , left and behind and so on. Looked at agent and left. One dog wasn’t barking it was chewing on the fence snarling. Oh what fun it would have been to live there.
Freedom of speech is now only for those who agree with the loudest whiners.

Starshine July 19, 2017 at 9:50 pm

Recently watche what turned out be a very annoying episode of a show I follow. It’s about people in debt because of stupid economic choices (people that spend all their money buying new boobs or ridiculously expensive vacuum cleaners and the like).
I’ve noticed a lot of people in that show have dogs, and they’re often asked to sell them because they’re so expensive. They almost always refuse, but I like that the show challenges the dog nutters.

The episode yesterday almost enraged me because it showed a woman with three daughters that also had a whole bunch of pets, including three dogs. According to her the dogs were her children (in opposition to her real children clearly) and her life.
The focus of the episode was mostly on the economy of course, but one of the show hosts also took the time to show her that the amount of time spent with her dogs was four times the time spent with her daughters. She just shrugged and said her dogs needed care (as if her daughters didn’t).
I wanted to reach through the screen and slap her.

People like that should never have children. Maybe everyone that buys a dog should be sterilized. That way they can choose between having a dogs or having kids.
Reading comments on the show after, I found a few people that said she was selfish and should never have kids but many found her “charming”. Ugh

dogsfromhell July 19, 2017 at 10:36 pm
Julie Hogan July 20, 2017 at 8:55 pm

I just saw a show on Netflix called SuperVet. An overweight bulldog, after two knee surgeries, gets weight treatment: a strict diet, pool therapy, weekly weigh ins. An elderly spaniel gets an MRI which finds a burst disc, so it gets surgery.

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