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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 πŸ™

{ 56 comments… read them below or add one }

dogsfromhell April 18, 2016 at 4:30 am

“You and your not really a SD that you are getting in about a year. Gee do they give you a loaner for that 12 month period or do you just have your doctor induce a coma so you don’t have to cope with the world.”

Ha! mfp, You are always so funny.

Doctors have no credibility these days. Everyone knows that are the new pushers aka providers of prescription drugs that have propelled illegal drug addiction to an all time high. NPI Now they are helping the dysfunctional to have dogs who “don’t leave home without em”.

mfatpony@aol.com April 18, 2016 at 8:13 am

DFH. I never want it to be misconstrued that I am mocking someone with a mental illness. Patients are being sold a false bill of goods. Even more patients are becoming patients so they can have a SD, ESA, PTSD mutt.
I do not want to take away someone’s needed SD. Technology is going to take care of than in the next few years.
But when someone says my dog will be a SD in a year you know it’s pure BS. What she’s really saying is I have a dog and I want to take it everywhere and my doctor gave me a Rx because I badgered him into filling out the papers. It’s also called how to circumvent the no pet rules and screw the landlord.
Rx drugs are regulated for a reason. It seems there is some needed regulation for the dispensing of SD/ESD and other assorted nonsense.
Every PTSD dog I see on the news here is a pit bull. By all means promote a dumped shelter dog that is a breed prone to aggression and call it a PTSD dog. It also appears none of them know how to walk on a leash.

dogsfromhell April 18, 2016 at 3:31 pm

mfp Spot on!

Lilah April 18, 2016 at 5:37 pm

Well I guess I should have said it different for it to not be picked at. Before a dog is a full service dog they undergo a lot of public access training and task. He already performs one task for me, which he did in public the other day and it really saved me, but until he learns more stuff and is better trained I refer to him as a service dog in training. I am lucky as my state gives service dogs in training public access, or else I wouldn’t be able to function still. I have suffered my whole life, and finally have found my path to independence. I don’t feel I need to explain on here everything I suffer with, but it starts with night mares and terrors, sleep walking, severe panic episodes where I can’t breathe and feel like dying, I can’t do my own shopping because of that, my social phobia, and forgetting what I’m even there for when I freeze up, that is just to start. He is NOT a pitbull or bully breed, and very smart, learning to perform many tasks to give me independence. So we are slowly learning together and eventually I will be able to do thinks myself again, just not now. Thank you though for jumping to conclusions, and my therapist supports me because she can see how much I suffer and wants me to get better.

mfatpony@aol.com April 18, 2016 at 10:43 pm

Lilah I hate to break it to you. millions of people suffer with mental and physical issues. A dog will fix nothing. In fact it makes you look like a fool.
there are therapies that target your issues but it’s so much easier for a therapist who probably has a card for the local shelter to make you think this is good for you.
You don’t need to explain anything and yet you keep coming back doing just that. there are effective treatments for OCD also.
Again I pay as little attention to the dogs where they shouldn’t be nonsense as possible until it invades my personal space.
I find dogs nasty and grotesque and beyond needy. Of course if you read the whole blog you will discover we who hate them don’t abuse dogs or condone it. We leave the dog abuse up to the dog owners.

dogsfromhell April 18, 2016 at 10:51 pm


So sorry to hear you have a sleep disorder. Individuals with night terrors may obtain medication for this common conditions from their physician.No dog required. πŸ™‚ Re:Sleep walking: I am curious if your sleep walking occurs while you are in public and if this results in your need to have a dog present. When you sleep walk are you able to drive your car in order to get to these public places where your ES dog supports you?? Interesting. Have you read our section I Hate My Dog ? This is a section where folks who suffer from anxiety due to the impact of living with a dog(s)-it sounds like you have multiple- can commiserate. Perhaps you will find others there who share your anxiety disorder. Worth a look!

Lastly, have you considered that living with exposure to dog hair, dander, feces and urine may be contributing to your episodic breathing condition. Just a thought…

dogsfromhell April 18, 2016 at 10:55 pm

…have you considered a grocery delivery service or personal shopper? You wouldn’t need to follow him/her around with a feces retrieval bag. That might result in less anxiety. Wouldn’t that be amazing?!

dogsfromhell April 18, 2016 at 11:03 pm
Lilah April 19, 2016 at 2:59 am

If you guys saw, my post mentioned night terrors and sleep walking yes, I wake up the whole house with it, however the issues also go beyond that and interfere with daily life to a suffering degree. Thank you for the concern, but I know these issues are not caused by the dogs, I understand the causes which is very personal , and I have 3 dogs, but 1 is more of my dad’s and the other is a pet, only one the puppy is being trained as a service dog.

As I have severe social phobia and won’t even go into most public spaces alone and avoid it at all costs, having a person do things for me other than my dad would enhance my phobia too much. I ended up lucky, as I will carry bags just in case, but my dog doesn’t ever put his feces in public so far, inside or out, only at home outside. No the breathing is not due to the dander or hair, because it happens only during an episode or about to have one, which is not caused by the dogs. Dogs are scientifically shown to lower heart rate and increase oxytocin.

MFP, my therapist thinks this is great but doesn’t pressure me. Also my dog wouldn’t invade your space, not only is he small but he knows how to walk on a leash, and if not on leash he is being carried with a leash attached for if I put him down. I never abuse any of my dogs, they are loved and spoiled beyond belief, and I read as much as I can to ensure I am treating them exceptionally. I’m glad no one here condones abuse, I meet those owners all the time and it really upsets me. I met one at a dog park who told me when his dog jumped on me to slap him upside the head, I told him no that I would train him to not do that by turning away and ignoring it, so that reinforcement only happens when good behavior is happening. Yes millions of people suffer, and mine substantially limits multiple daily life activities, which is what the trained tasks he performs will mitigate. Everyone handles their problems different, I have found this dog is best for me with his capabilities and desire to work for me, not best for everyone though.

Had Enough w/Canines April 19, 2016 at 6:22 am

Nothing you said has any care in the world for anyone else. It’s all about you when you are in public. Screw everyone else who is allergic, or is disgusted by your spoiled POS mutt. I could not care less that it is trained beyond belief. All I see is that you are getting away with crapping up my world because you are mentally ill.

When are you going to wake up and see it’s not your dog I want to see in the grocery store or restaurant?

mfatpony@aol.com April 19, 2016 at 9:27 am

Lilah there are a million dog lover sites on the web. Why don’t you go get the emotional support you need there for your mindless endeavor of having a SD.

I keep this group bookmarked because they are one of the saner groups. if you don’t trust the link they are called Service Dog Central and Service Dog Central Community.

Human1 April 19, 2016 at 11:15 am


You mentioned that “Dogs are scientifically shown to lower heart rate and increase oxytocin”.

You failed to mention that dogs also are shown to significantly raise heart rates, stress, and cortisol in many non-dog lovers.

I get that there’s people that love animals, but they shouldn’t expect anyone else to share that fetish.

My sincere hopes that you feel better.

Lilah April 19, 2016 at 11:28 am

Human….you are right dog lovers shouldn’t expect others to share that. No one should expect others to cater to their every distaste though and issue. That is with the ADA provides for protection for both disabled SD handlers and people with allergies. When things bother people we have the great option of leaving, the area.

mfatpony@aol.com April 19, 2016 at 2:45 pm

Lilah I am disgusted by dogs. Which means I don’t own one.
My objections have been clear.
Dogs in public places that would not be accusable but for being a SD belong on a leash and on the floor. ES dogs should have be certified as having basic training. They also belong on a leash at their owners feet.
Dogs do not belong in shopping carts. Being waved around at eye level. You are spreading dander. SD and ES should be required to wear an appropriate vest that can only be obtained from a government agency. Tagged with a number and matching ID for the dog. No personal information about your disability. The vest ID’s your right to have a dog then and the vest also covers a great deal of the dogs body preventing shedding and dander.
I have encountered 2 actual SDs in the last few years. The rest are so obvious and the owners are a mess trying to control the untrained beast.
What dog owners and users don’t seem to get. If your mutt is at your feet, well behaved I’m not going to have an issue. I still think most of them are unnecessary but I’m entitled to my opinion.

Dog barking is torture. I felt like baking a cake when the white bark machine next door went missing. Hopefully the other one will follow suit. Although after making the mistake or charging at me with bared teeth and eating a signifigant part of a can of pepper spray it’s scared of me. So when it barks I just go to the window and yell Bad Dog. Bad Dog Go lay down. It skunks off and hides.
And all online access to medical opinion and the selling of SD vests in any form should be made a federal offence.
If I started selling handicapped parking placards online I’d have the feds at my doorstep pretty quick.
On that note around 7pm last night I noticed my cat staring out the window. Then she went to back window. So much better than a yapping mutt as a watch animal. The idiot rummaging in my yard in a very rural area knocked on the door blubbering about her lost dog. Upon questioning it had neither a collar, chip and was left to run loose. Told her I couldn’t help her and to get off the property.

mfatpony@aol.com April 19, 2016 at 3:34 pm

When the ADA was passed it was with the idea of giving people the right to access public places with a service dog and prevent abuse of their rights. Who knew that the doggers would take the laws meant to protect those who need a SD and abuse those rights so they can proudly say I can take my dog anywhere.

dogsfromhell April 19, 2016 at 4:31 pm

Exactly Lilah. When things bother you and you feel anxiety coming on, you “have the great option of leaving the area”, translation: going home. You should not subject others like me who suffer from allergies to environmental dog, to your mutt, simply because you believe you are entitled to bring your pseudo/alleged SD out in public. And because you think your emotional problems supersede our right to not have contact with a dog. Bottom line: its a pet, you have a dog fetish and you are a selfish narcissist.

dogsfromhell April 19, 2016 at 4:40 pm

Lilah I understand your therapist is a dog nutter. Your therapist seems to be clinically challenged in that he/she cannot separate his/her own fetishes from his/her clients. Until you receive the appropriate therapeutic interventions for your challenges you will never move forward.

Lilah April 19, 2016 at 5:14 pm

Dfh actually my therapist is allergic, she told me she found it out with her current dogs so her next will be hypoallergenic

Rachel666 April 19, 2016 at 5:19 pm

I remember the exact moment my hatred of dogs began. I was 5 and was violently humped by a dog. But the coup de gras was the stream of urine that he released onto to me. I was horrified and so was my mom. From then on, dogs were outlawed in our lives. And we proceeded to live in areas with few mongrels.

dogsfromhell April 19, 2016 at 5:29 pm


The fact that she is allergic and still holds multiple dogs captive is confirmation that she has an obsession to the point that she will compromise her health for dogs = dog nutter.

Lilah April 19, 2016 at 6:00 pm

Well there is good and bad in everything Rachel. I don’t allow mine to behave that way. There is also differences in people. Dfh, she obviously weighed out the positives and negatives and risks with her dogs, and decided that the positives outweigh the negatives. Then she decided to get a different kind next time. We all compromise out health every day for the things we love even in the things we eat and drink. Nature is set up this way. I keep mine very well groomed as to keep his hygiene great, he is bathed, wiped down, brushed, and even in training him to allow me to brush his teeth. He is up to date on his shots, and has high quality food and vitamins every day. He is no more of a health risk than the next person, I know most are not that responsible but I am proud of the way I take care for him.

dogsfromhell April 19, 2016 at 6:09 pm

I keep mine very well groomed as to keep his hygiene great, he is bathed, wiped down, brushed, and even in training him to allow me to brush his teeth

LMAO! It sounds like you are HIS service dog. Are you sure you are “disabled”.

And here’s a classic nutter give away…..confusing dogs with being human.

“He is no more of a health risk than the next person”

Lilah April 19, 2016 at 7:03 pm

I said that because he is taken care of just like i would take care of myself …actually to be honest i take better care of him than myself, and he gives me back enough to allow myself to function.

Yes disabled people can do things like that at home. That would be like saying someone with diabetes or pulling a wheelchair can not do those things, psychiatric disabilities limit a lot of things, but I do still have the desire to take as best care I can of what i love the most. I do those things for him, myself, and for others. You guys complain about irresponsible owners, then insult or make crazy comments when someone describes themselves as a responsible owner, I have no idea what i am supposed to do with that. I have been nice here, and even agree on some things such as bully breeds, but twice have been insulted, and have to be super careful about how I word things because otherwise it is picked at to make it like I am saying something I am not…sheesh.

squid April 19, 2016 at 7:23 pm


Crazy dog people think it is illegal/want it to be illegal for a police officer to knock on your door to follow-up on a complaint that you initiated.

E.F April 20, 2016 at 3:25 am


I took a gander at your latest posts [from the beginning of the conversation], I can tell you now that mostly everything you have, which in a way mentally and physically disables you from living out a normal life, is almost precisely the same problems that I currently have to handle. I sympathise for you, and I truly hope you find the help you need (and most probably deserve). However I couldn’t disagree with you more about ‘needing’ a help-dog, perhaps many people with similar issues find it easier because they love the companionship, but unless you were severely blind, there’s simply no point of having a service dog. And it’s not that I hate dogs, that I believe this; it’s because it’s been blatantly clear to me, as well as millions of others out there with/without the same problems ads us. All of your past comments, when bringing up a reason to need the dog, seems to be entirely based on opinion, another reason as to why I disagree with your past comments.

The reason I started to dislike dogs ids because I have OCD, knowing that dogs are one of the worlds most disgusting animals does put a bit of stress and anxiety on ya’ when knowing that most people in the world have been forced fed dog loving propaganda as a child by peers (the main reason there are so many dog lovers out there).

But one of the main reasons I don’t have a service dog is because I have a social phobia, I know there are 100s of millions of people out there, both dog lovers and dog haters, who don’t want a dog walking up to them, sniffing or simply ‘walking’ beside them in a public (not for animals) area, especially a restaurant. Knowing what those people are thinking, judging me, puts a whole heap of stress on… not to mention the people who love dogs, and come up to you to pat the animal and strike up a conversation, that’s the WORST.

Coming to a conclusion on the topic, I do believe your previous comments, I will give you the benefit of the doubt, but if anything, having a dog around all the time should put even MORE stress on you what with the supposed problems you have, whether you be a dog lover or not. And having similar problems, I know it for a fact that you do NOT need a dog to function fine and properly, especially when going out to the shops.

dogsfromhell April 20, 2016 at 3:59 am

Yawn. Lilah, I believe you have exhausted all of your dog theology on our site. If you take a minute to read the site you’ll find that none of your mantra is different from your fellow dog disciples. I think its time for you to go to a site with other people who share your dog nuttery. There you can engage in “critical thinking and communication”. ; ) There’s even a site called I hate people who hate dogs. Check it out. Hell, you might even find some dancers there.

Bye Bye

mfatpony@aol.com April 20, 2016 at 6:45 am

Thank you DFH. She is getting a bit tedious.

sugary spice April 20, 2016 at 6:54 am

Service dogs to me seem like too much hassle. Plus I hate dogs in general. I think the vast majority of dogs are useless, rat-like, annoying, and smelly beasts who get worshiped by so many people. If I were disabled I would rely on HUMAN guidance and interactions rather than a smelly fleabag. I would not want to “bend over backwards” to take care of some dog.

The problem with dogs is that they are high maintenance and have proven numerous times that they can be dangerous, and even deadly in some cases. They just require way too much care, unless you want to live like a dirtball (which many dog owners seem to do and love). A dog will quickly ruin your home and belongings. They also piss/crap everywhere and stink to high heaven. Many people find it difficult to keep their dogs even half way trained. I don’t get it, if dogs are so easy to train then why do so many owners neglect to do it and why do dogs still cause so many issues? If you do a search on the internet like “dog bit me” or “dog pooping in house” you will encounter thousands of results of people complaining about those issues. So how could this be if dogs are so easy to train? What is it about dogs that can bring out the worst in people?

The answer is that dogs are not easy to train and you will be indefinitely “training” your dog until it dies. And then you will get another dog and go through the same thing over and over. But often times, the dog will just sneakily do something bad, like piss on the carpet/chew on furniture, when you aren’t looking. Can you really say that a dog who does that is “trained”? But then you have the crowd of people who say that dogs can do no wrong. Unless a dog is trained by a real professional or certified agency I’m going to assume the average majority of dogs are half way trained/not trained at all. I hate how people say “just train your dog” as if it was an easy process. Many people have been told a lie about dogs by the pet industry and dog worshipers, just search on the internet and of course this site has a section dedicated to people stuck living with a mutt that they hate and oftentimes it includes being stuck with an idiot dog worshiper.

A dog’s barking is one of the most irritating and grating sounds on Earth. And if you have a large dog you will spend quite a bit of money feeding that thing, unless you want to give it crappy dog food which may lead to illness later on. You will also have to pay vet bills to make sure your dog is healthy.

And this brings me to the biggest consequence of having a service dog. The lifespan of a dog is short. You would have to keep getting new service dogs each time one of those things die. And of course this will take its toll on you emotionally. Why not just get a human caretaker? There is no mess and humans are far superior companions to dogs.

Adder April 20, 2016 at 11:01 am

@Lilah, Please correct me if I’m wrong, but didn’t you say the breed you have is a King Charles Spaniel? The comments are being weird and can’t view any of the ones on the last page. Have you done research on your breed? Because that particular breed is prone to many health problems and on average, a shorter lifespan. And disregarding breed specifics, all older dogs are liable to have problems. In fact, I think most service dogs are retired when they’re middle aged. Sick/old dogs cannot work effectively, and frankly they’re more disgusting than a healthy/youthful dog. I’d hope you’d have the decency to not push your dog as a service animal for that long. That being said, that would mean you’d have to constantly be cycling through service animals. And if that’s the path you want to take, then that’s on you. But it seems way more tedious than trying to take control of your problems another way. And honestly, something like that isn’t going to solve anything. You’ll have made no progress in dealing with your issues. It’ll still be there, full blown, but with a dog at your side. Trust me, I get that mental illness never goes away. But a dog is more of a distraction than an active therapy.

mfatpony@aol.com April 20, 2016 at 11:42 am

You will find out quickly when training animals that you have to have excellent social skills with their humans. Since they are usually the root cause of most behavior issues.
Your therapist is wrong to recommend a dog to someone who admits they are going to use it to avoid contact with the human race.
The idea is to integrate you into normal society and adjust. You sound like one more self absorbed nut with a dog in the shopping cart.

mfatpony@aol.com April 20, 2016 at 11:53 am
dogsfromhell April 20, 2016 at 3:25 pm

mfp …. at best

dogsfromhell April 20, 2016 at 3:37 pm

Hey Everyone, So sorry if you don’t see a recent comment in response to “Lilah”. Her comments are being deleted moving forward, so if your response to her would be out of context I removed it and hope you don’t mind. She’s just another dog nutter and extreme attention seeker. I think we have all grown tired of her repetitive dog mantra. She’s being banned from the site. In the meantime we’ll just delete her comments.

FYI she’s a fraud as suspected and not disabled at all.

Melody April 20, 2016 at 4:16 pm

Thank you! πŸ™‚

On another note I hope to be able to come back here very soon to report that one of my husbands dogs has died or that he finally decides it’s time to put him down. He seems to finally be realizing it is his “time” – something I’ve realized for 8-9 months now. Unfortunately I will still have an additional crazy nasty dog to deal with. We are moving in with my in-laws in June for financial reasons. And they have a young lab pit mix. I hate that dog worse than the ones I currently live with. Thankfully that situation will be temporary. If there was any way I could avoid this situation, I would. Especially with my infant son.

dogsfromhell April 20, 2016 at 4:25 pm

Melody, I wish you had another solution. Perhaps somethings will change for your family before June. Please keep your child safe from the pit. Don’t trust anyone who tells you otherwise. My sincere best wishes to you and your family.

mfatpony@aol.com April 20, 2016 at 7:09 pm

DFH , Lilah was treading a well worn path common to doggers.

E.F April 22, 2016 at 1:49 am

mfp, dfh.

I like to think of this site as a safe zone for non-blind consumers, who don’t have an addiction to talking about dogs as though it’s some sort of status symbol in life that one must ALL have, else you’re a monster in the eyes of society.

Although I do admit, I actually enjoy it when dog nutters come here, spew a bunch of crap from their mouths, and get totally rekt’ by people [part of this community] who seem to know more about mutts than doggers actually do.

It’s part of the reason I come here; because this clearly isn’t the type of site that you go to, to ‘meet’ people and become good friend’s, rather, just to express an opinion.

To conclude, I think you shouldn’t ban them dfh, unless you had to prove a point that this site doesn’t condone to violence, whether it be through the public domain or real life (as we all know, they have come in here making threats in the past).

Just let them stay, so that they continue to make a fool out of themselves, and provide some of us with a source of entertainment.

dogsfromhell April 22, 2016 at 3:46 am

EF I enjoy watching them make fools of themselves as well. And she did for quite some time. People on our site have mixed opinions. One site regular used to want them banned instantly. So I usually try to stay some where in the middle. Most times the nutters either get angry and leave on their own after they get hammered with counter arguments or they become aggressive to the point of wishing us death where yes they must be banned. Thanks for your input. πŸ™‚

mfatpony@aol.com April 22, 2016 at 5:57 pm

Without fail the dog nutter goes from friendly to patronizing then lectures on the error of your thinking before becoming homicidal.

dogsfromhell April 23, 2016 at 12:22 am


SAN DIEGO (AP) β€” A 3-day-old boy was mauled to death by the family dog while they were in bed with the child’s parents, police said Friday.

The parents were in bed watching TV with their newborn son and dog Thursday night when the mother coughed. The coughing startled the dog and it unexpectedly bit the baby, Sgt. Tu Nguyen said.

He said the parents pulled the animal off and took their only child to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

“At this time, we’re looking at this as nothing more than a tragic incident,” said Nguyen, a member of the child abuse unit.

An autopsy is underway to determine the cause of death.

Animal control officers took the 2-year-old dog, a neutered male American Staffordshire terrier-mix named Polo, into custody, said Dan DeSousa, deputy director of the county Department of Animal Services. The dog will be held in quarantine for 10 days to determine whether it has rabies.

It will be up to the owners to decide whether to reclaim the dog, DeSousa said.

They should face man slaughter charges at the very least.

mfatpony@aol.com April 23, 2016 at 5:45 am

Pitbull Kills Baby. It’s sickening the way they dance around the issue.

dogsfromhell April 23, 2016 at 12:48 pm

Right. And the nutters in the article will probably bring it back to their house and get a replacement baby.

Puppylove April 26, 2016 at 11:14 pm

Dogs are pure love. What is wrong with you hateful people.My dogs are clean and allowed to sleep with us. They never bark except when someone comes to the door or near our fence sometimes. One time the neighbor called the police but I fixed that.You should try having a dog first before you hate them. If you ever tried to hurt my dogs I would let them have their way with you.

dogsfromhell April 26, 2016 at 11:16 pm

Nutter Alert!

Comichoso April 27, 2016 at 3:58 am

Loged into the internets today and the big news today, wich is “causing outrage in the the social media”, is about an old man who shot and killed one of three large dogs – a mastiff – that invaded his property and “allegedly” were killing his chickens. That man had to pay a substancial amount of money to the dogs owner who called him a “murderer” (and btw the dog owner also had to pay a lesser amount for defamation since the court ruled that the dog was not a “who” but a “what”…. shocker!). The dogs owner has been calling out for social justice by posting his side of the story all over, and obviously getting it, while the old mans version no one seems to care about and anyone who makes an argument or even questions in favor of the old man, no matter how rational and reasonable, is imediatelly shut down in an avalanche of canine zealots dogma. This irrationality is really becoming scary, and even when defense either of property or personal (in your own private property) against beasts means very little in court… it just becomes terrifying.

Comichoso April 27, 2016 at 4:33 am

Oh… apparently one police officer made a couple of comments about it, quote: “if this was a person there wouldnt have been nearly as many shares and petitions” and “its because of sh*t like this that we are a sh*itty country” and after having recieved the expected replies he wrote “if ever you’re being robbed or raped… call the dog”. Theres currently a petition with over 117.000 signatures demanding that the officer be removed from duty.

dogsfromhell April 27, 2016 at 2:31 pm

Send us the link. People can speak freely here, as we did with the Mickey the Mauler debacle.

As an aside…check out this example of the word debacle. https://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/debacle

“Use debacle to refer to a fiasco, disaster, or great failure. If several dogs run onto the field during the big baseball game, tripping players and chewing up the bases, you can call the whole event a debacle.”

dogsfromhell April 27, 2016 at 2:35 pm

Puppylove: You need to get out more. I suggest more human contact and less Naked and Afraid.

Comichoso April 27, 2016 at 4:10 pm

The only reason i didnt post the link is because its in portuguese (my country) but here it is anyway:
And btw the story is sightly different depending on the source, always biased towards the dog owners of course… the first one i read claimed it was a mastiff but apparently it was a rhodesian ridgeback… cant keep up with all this crossbreeding anyway, they are all mutants to me. I liked the debacle definition btw.

sugary spice April 27, 2016 at 5:53 pm

Why do some dog nuts think that all people who hate dogs have never owned one before? If you look at the “I Hate My Dog!” section you will see that plenty of dog haters that own/share a living space with one of these annoying beasts. Dogs are nasty, smelly, greedy, and annoying.

If I didn’t have so many negative experiences with dogs I would probably just end up feeling neutral about them (or not caring at all, except if they had annoyed me in some way). But I do hate the sound of a dog barking. Even many dog owners cant stand to hear their mutts bark excessively. My experience with dogs have caused me to hate them.

dogsfromhell April 27, 2016 at 8:48 pm

Comichoso, Yes I see. thank you anyway. I thought there might be a link to translate the page but there is not.

mfatpony@aol.com April 28, 2016 at 7:09 am

You shoot a dog killing or harassing livestock here and the owner of the dog has to pay restitution to you. Which is as it should be.
I can never figure out which part of the keep your dog confined and on a leash.
For the severely hard of understanding I suggest all leash laws be amended to the dog shall be on a leash and the other end of the leash shall be held by the owner of the dog or a person of reasonable size and age to control the doggie. The person holding the other end of the leash attached to the dog is legally responsible for the dogs behavior. If it’s a minor the card falls to the legal guardian of the child.

AnkleBiter April 28, 2016 at 9:02 am

I read about the 3 day old baby that was mauled by the family dog – that the owners decided to put the dog down. One good decision, but too little, too late for that poor baby. I have a young infant myself and would never think of putting him near an animal, and I used to have cats. I raised my other child while having a pet cat but keeping the cat away from the child at all times. Now the cat is gone. Common sense, people! I get nauseous thinking of this story. How stupid are people?

dogsfromhell April 28, 2016 at 3:20 pm

Good to know they put that thing down. Its just really sad. Why are people so dumb?

BigDogHater April 28, 2016 at 5:23 pm

Not sure where it is, but on my Facebook I saw a letter where an unspecified business is banning all dogs minus legitimate service dogs (aka guide dogs for the blind) or police K9s. The letter specifically mentions that comfort animals are NOT service animals and that doctors notes and the like don’t turn comfort dogs into service animals and they are not allowed on the premises.

They also mentions that dogs are filthy and don’t belong in stores. I love it. I only wish that could be where I live.

mfatpony@aol.com April 28, 2016 at 5:46 pm

BigDogHater I’m seeing the same trend in small businesses here. The real offenders are the local big chains like Smith’s and Walmart. Corporate policy seems to dictate if the customer has a wallet of food stamps anything they do is ok as long as they are making money.
The smaller chains like dollar stores and local owned can’t absorb the cost damage or liability of untrained crap sacks.
Legit service dogs do a valuable service for those that choose to use one. And it is their right. Too bad a bunch of losers are going to ruin it for them. If you don’t police your own house eventually someone else is going to do it for you.
I want to add that on one of the many blithers about PTSD dogs and recycled pits I’ve seen. It shows the dog getting between the owner and the perceived threat. Now if you have two brain cells left to bang together you can see how this can and will eventually go south.

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