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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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dogsfromhell June 25, 2016 at 4:50 am

Hi Cameron,

Thank you for your excellent comment! I do not agree with animal cruelty in any context ie animals for food should be raised and slaughtered humanely. However I still don’t understand why dog nutters believe that dogs are the sacred cows of the earth. All the while they scarf down hamburgers, bacon and lamb. Nutters are a pack of violent, hypocritical, dullards.

Christian Woods June 25, 2016 at 8:06 am

Update:
Hand is suing the owners of the dog for harassment due to continuously knocking on her door and calling her about the plane tickets back to Istanbul over and over again, and our friend Maverick has agreed to help her with the fees.
All of this could have been avoided by the owner not bringing her precious wittow pit bull to that party. Eric said that he would respect Hande’s fear of dogs, and the party was held on his yard and at his pool, so if he says that Hande’s rule applies, then guess what, it applies.

mfatpony@aol.com June 25, 2016 at 2:34 pm

I hope you have filed a police report you will likely need a record of harassment. What kind of nuts are these people anyway ?
I would also ask for an TRO ( temporary restraining order ) making contact illegal.

Christian Woods June 25, 2016 at 3:43 pm

mfp, Maverick is helping Hande do just that. we’re just not sure what to do with the plane tickets though, there’s a bus ticket to Winnipeg, a westjet flight to toronto, and an British airways flight to London, and a Turkish Airlines flight to Istanbul that we have to deal with. The woman did pay the omney for the tickets, we’re not sure what to do with them. They’re one-way otherwise Henrietta and I would use them to visit turkey, something that we’ve always wanted to do anyway, but the plan on the tickets is one-way.
If it was round then we could turn this around on the dogger and have Hemy and I go to Turkey to visit while Maverick and Eric help Hande get used to our town.

mfatpony@aol.com June 25, 2016 at 7:35 pm

I don’t think you have to do anything with the tickets is someone else bough them.
That is a pretty extreme act for someone to do and expensive. If she has retained a lawyer it would probably be prudent to hand any tickets over to him/her.
I am not handing out legal advice. We just went though an extremely messy court case and have some insight.
BTW I don’t think this has a thing to do with the dog aside from a way to torture someone they don’t see as a human equal.

Noccalula June 25, 2016 at 10:32 pm

Christian Woods… I live in the U.S. and it is required, when booking travel tickets, especially overseas, that a valid government issued ID be used when the tickets are purchased, whether directly from the airline or some other booking agent. If the same holds true in Canada, how do you think Hande’s information was obtained by a stranger (at least to her)? Anyway, I would not think anyone except someone from the government could force Hande to leave and I would tear the tickets to shreads and mail them to the idiot who purchased them. Good luck to your friend.

dogsfromhell June 26, 2016 at 5:38 am

https://www.yahoo.com/news/florida-mans-dog-named-precious-164512992.html

The most disturbing thing about this news article is that the author would actually make a parallel comparison of the two year child that was recently killed by an alligator and a dog. Its unconscionable that nutters imagine this child’s tragedy is similar on any level.

Second, I’d bet money the dog was a pet and yet another instance of a nutter trying to pass off its pet as a “service dog”. The alleged “service” it performed was to help with seizures. What a crock of shit. Why didn’t the “service” dog sense danger and direct its owner out of harm’s way. And for all we know, the pitty might very well had been the aggressor but the tables were turned and it got eaten.

This is simply more pit nutter propaganda.

Christian Woods June 26, 2016 at 6:24 am

MFP keep in mind, Hande also has a case against the dog owners for harassment with the constant knocking on her door and such. and no I’m not askin for legal advise.
The point I’m making is that this pit bull wner didn’t like the fact that no dogs were allowed at the welcome party for Hande, and she wanted to do anything to retain her dogs’ (she has like 4 dogs) “freedom” to rome around.
With Hand here, she has to keep them tied up. Maverick even got a few chanes for the dogs to be tied up on and is helping Hande out with making sure that she doesn’t have to deal with a dog as soon as she steps out of her house to go get groceries or something.
Luckily for the case, Maverick says he’s optomistic, his former lawyer is helping Hand out and we’re all optomistic.
But this is to pit bull owners who hate the fact that someone’s scared of dogs:
If you were scared of cats for one reason or another, I’d do my best to keep the cats away from you. I’d make sure you did not have to deal with them, see them or be around them. And i’d certainly wouldn’t try to send you 6000 miles away if you came here from another country, I’d respect your fear. Why is it so much to ask pit bull notters the same thing?
Looking at DFH’s article just solidifies the fact that dog owners value their dogs way too highly, and need to be brought down from their cloud of ignorance. It’s going to be a long 30,000 foot fall, but don’t worry, it’ll be worth it doggers.
Start realizing that we don’t want to deal with your f***ing pit bulls and dogs, and start recognizing that not everybody loves dogs like you all do.
thank you.

dogsfromhell June 26, 2016 at 11:23 am

http://www.citizen-times.com/story/news/local/2016/06/25/boyle-column-pit-bull-attack-shreds-arm-changes-minds/86329160/

Dog trainer has her arm shredded by family dog. Nutters admit pits are dangerous.

dogsfromhell June 26, 2016 at 11:38 am

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ix1LT_avx0o&app=desktop

Listen to pit nutters revel in pit violence like its a sport.

NiggiJohnnyCage June 28, 2016 at 3:32 pm

Dogs get better rights than me. I have Autism and we get treated like a disease and it pisses me off. I am a harder worker than most “normal” folks. I saw some moron at Canadian Tire with his little dog. I also have allergies. I wish for a dog free world.

Christian Woods June 28, 2016 at 4:05 pm

NiggiJohnnyCage
welcome my friend. I too have autism, I have aspergers syndrome, and I feel like people view dogs better than us.
Luckily, I got a bunch of friends and a loving girlfriend, and I wouldn’t have that any other way.

NiggiJohnnyCage June 28, 2016 at 5:03 pm

So glad to hear you are true to yourself ChristianWoods!

Most dogs scare me and I am allergic to my dads yellow lab.

dogsfromhell June 28, 2016 at 5:05 pm

Authorities are calling the tragic killing of a 3 day old infant by two pit mix family dogs an “unfortunate accident”. At what point will we have had enough pit nuttery??

FRESNO, CALIF.
A 3-day-old girl was killed by family dogs in Fresno early Monday, police say.

The girl’s mother thought the dogs were chained up in the back yard when the attack occurred, police said.

The baby was attacked at a home on the 3700 block of North Glenn Avenue about 12:30 a.m. Monday and died a short time later at Community Regional Medical Center, Sgt. Dan Macias said.

The 33-year old mother, who was not identified, said she left the child on the couch and “walked away for a few seconds,” Macias said.

“She left the door open because it was hot and she thought the dogs were tied up,” he said.

The two male dogs, which are believed to be shar-pei/pit bull mixes, are owned by the woman’s brother, who wasn’t identified. He surrendered the dogs to the Central California Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

One of the two dogs is aggressive, the woman told police. Macias said police are continuing to investigate and charges haven’t been ruled out.

The child, the woman and her 30-year old brother were the only ones in the house, Macias said.

“At this point, we believe it was an unfortunate accident,” Macias said.

Walter Salvari, SPCA spokesman, said the dogs will be euthanized.

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/national/article86390287.html

Christian Woods June 28, 2016 at 5:17 pm

DFH
good grief this pit nuttery never ends.

PS guys, Hande’s case is in court now. fingers crossed for her.

mfatpony@aol.com June 28, 2016 at 6:45 pm

Where is the value for that 3 year olds life. Oh whoopsie we had a doggy accident. That used to mean soiling the rug. Now it’s killing the baby.

Had Enough w/Canines June 29, 2016 at 5:52 am

The nutters are arguing “Oh sure, blame the dogs. The humans probably killed it.” And, “It doesn’t even look like a pit bull. Just because it killed doesn’t make it a pit bull.”

Oh brother.

BTW, it was a three DAY old baby.

Christian Woods June 29, 2016 at 6:13 am

Henrietta showed me this vid, so i thought i’d show you.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yhd9FIyIVaE

NiggiJohnnyCage June 29, 2016 at 1:15 pm

mfatpony, I totally agree. It is MORE than disturbing that the death of a THREE DAY OLD baby is bypassed all because of a stupid dog. Whether it was an accident or not, those dogs do not deserve a second chance at life. The life of a baby is 10x more valuable than a mutt.

In general, I do not care much for dogs. I am nice to them, pet them and some of them are cute. In general, they irritate me. I find most of them anxiety inducing. I don’t mind some smaller dogs because they cannot cause that much damage compared to larger dogs. They can be yappy and annoying but mainly because they are not trained and inbred. You can easily defend yourself if a small dog tried to attack, lol. Just kick it to the sky. Can’t do that with a large dog.

mfatpony@aol.com June 29, 2016 at 5:24 pm

3 day old baby. I can’t even comprehend that , Thinking it was a 3 year old toddler was bad enough. The woman should have her womb scourged so she can’t reproduce again.

Drake June 29, 2016 at 8:14 pm

I’m against animal abuse (still not a fido fan), but here’s a link to the Aspca commercials. Do you see what I see that’s obviously wrong here?: https://www.ispot.tv/brands/73S/aspca

mfatpony@aol.com June 29, 2016 at 9:35 pm

Comments from the story about the 3 day old baby slaughtered by dogs

The dogs should not be put down. It was entirely the fault of the woman for leaving her infant on the sofa, opening a door when she didn’t know if the dogs were secured and didn’t bother to check. That’s just low life ignorant. She paid the price. People should learn about dog behavior before they get them and NEVER leave children unattended. NEVER. Dogs take care of their own “children” and teach them to be quite and to not move by putting their open mouth over the pup’s head. If the pup continues to move or make noise, the dogs bites down a little bit. If the pup still continues in the behavior, the dog continues to increase pressure. Humans are prone to try to move away from unpleasant or hurtful situations which is normal for us. children cry when they are being hurt, which is normal for us. So tragedy occurred because the
woman didn’t know any better

Why kill the dogs “after” the baby died?

No, the baby was in my mind, but so were the two dogs that were immediately killed without a moment’s thought. Those dogs obviously didn’t act out of malice but out of instinct. And in fact could have been victims of abuse and mistreatment. The fact that zero value was put on their lives was just as sad a fact as the article

bred for fighting, but MINE loves children and is a puusycat

It’s a scientific fact, human bites carry more germs than dog bites

Noccalula June 29, 2016 at 10:50 pm

Those ppl make me sick. One even said they should socialize then rehome the monsters. I can hear it now at the SPCA how it was abused & some idiot unknowingly carries home a baby killing animal. Reminds me of a previous post here…what if you changed “dog” to “tiger”. Would the tiger’s life be saved? I say Hell to the NO

mfatpony@aol.com June 29, 2016 at 11:09 pm

Noccalula- In truth yes the tiger might very well have an advocacy group to support tigers just doing what tigers do.
We had a recent bear attack in NM. The woman who was mauled is now spouting off how bears that attack humans should not be destroyed. Hello ? What about the next person that gets chomped by the same bear.
I will give on the point this bear had cubs. I can also point out this moron didn’t seem to have bear spray.
New Mexico has a good reputation or trapping and releasing aggressive or misplaced wildlife. So if the Dept of Wildlife decides to put a bear/cat down I bow to their discretion.
What is so inherently disturbing about dogs killing humans is they are called man’s best friend. The whole culture is built up around how GOOD the dog is. How LOYAL and TRUSTWORTHY, Every child should have dog. First chance these dogs got the ate a 3 day old baby.
Most of us accept that a WILD animal might attack and maim or kill. But the second fido does a chomping that leaves a human being not bitten but freaking hamburger someone has to declare the dog had been abused or in total contradiction to the wonderful loyal beast NEVER LEAVE YOUR CHOULD ALONE WITH THE DOG. But wait , I thought children were supposed to be safe around dogs. You know best friend stuff.
One of the worst trends I see is pits are now bred with everything making mutts unstable family time bombs.

dogsfromhell June 29, 2016 at 11:34 pm

All of their asinine rationalizations are the reasons dogs should not be living in our human environment. They think explaining dog behavior exempts them or their owners from accountability. And the more they explain away, the more they validate the incompatibility of dogs and humans. Idiots.

dogsfromhell June 29, 2016 at 11:40 pm

Yes. The ASPCA needs to distribute condoms to dogs.

E.F June 30, 2016 at 2:06 am

Drake,

The ASPCA are fine for the reason that they want to rescue animals from harsh conditions, I wish humans living in harsh conditions, having to drink dirty water to survive, causing them to evolve abnormalities, being without a home or education, getting diseases, well I just wish that an organisation out there could do some good for people like that…

But you know that’s just the thing, you wanna know why you visit the ASPCA site and it says that they’re all about preventing the cruelty of ‘all’ animals, but then you scroll down the first page and you see 5 different images of dogs and then 3 cats and 1 chick, you head on over to the ‘animal protection’ link, first two related issues links you see are dog related ones, scroll down and there are 5 out of 4 different alternative links to another page ABOUT DOGS, head on over to the ‘animal rescue’ link, 2 out of 3 related issue links are dog related, scroll down the page and 2 out of 3 of the topics are dog related, head to the ‘animal placement’ link, AND ALL 4 TOPICS ARE DOG RELATED…

This is their appealing target market, it’s where they get their funds from, dog-related industries make over 50 billion dollars a year, and so whilst the rescuers/vets apart of the ASPCA may actually like animals, the people who founded the organisation clearly know and use dogs as a marketing technique ‘to gain money’.

There are alot of things ‘wrong’ with the ASPCA, and there are alot of things we can consider fair with them. But among all things, if someone can actually activity support their organisation without noticing that they’re appealing to dog nutters for a profit, well then they’re just plain idiots.

Had Enough w/Canines June 30, 2016 at 2:19 am

To the idiot who made this comment (Posted by MFP):

Why kill the dogs “after” the baby died?

You’re right, (not that you’re here reading this forum) the dogs should have been killed long BEFORE that baby’s death.

Had Enough w/Canines June 30, 2016 at 2:24 am

Yes. The ASPCA needs to distribute condoms to dogs.

Let the nutters install them. I imagine they would enjoy that sort of thing considering they have an aversion to neutering them.

NiggiJohnnyCage June 30, 2016 at 8:37 am

If it wasn’t illegal, I’d go and shoot all stupid dogs in order to save future victims from being mauled. I am forced to live with a yellow labrador who I have a love/hate relationship with. Sometimes I love him, and many days I want to feed him poison so I can have my freedom back. I want to make an ad saying free dog and free dad, they need a new home.

I wish dogs would go extinct so we can all live in peace.

mfatpony@aol.com June 30, 2016 at 11:09 pm

The ASPCA is now a pit bull rescue. Their commercials make me want to puke.
And I find it fascinating as those noble souls rescue those oh so mistreated pits that they are greeted with wagging tails and face slobbering. The true sign any dog has been abused, right ? Most of those pits spend the rest of their miserable lives in kennels while some half baked celebrity slobbers on about donations on a 15 minute commercial.

Comichoso July 5, 2016 at 4:31 am

Dogs are extremely territorial and possessive animals (not even singling out pits), all it takes is someone walking too close to “their” territory for them to go mental and since people walk them outside daily, that territory expands well beyond the house they live in. How can people be surprised that attacks occur? Call them “accidents” and “unexpected”? People still think that by raising them “well” (as if they know or care how to do it properly) they can suppress instinct. This is beyond denial, its just plain stupidity.

mfatpony@aol.com July 5, 2016 at 5:48 am

Comichoso, This is the problem encountered not only with dogs that are walked but the ones that are allowed to run loose. My idiot neighbors dogs thought my front yard was theirs. They think the road in front of their dumb owners house is part of their territory and have behaved aggressively with anyone trying to walk on a public road.

Hint. the 3 day old baby that was butchered by the family puppies. The owners of those dogs knew they were vicious or they would have been in the house instead of chained up like wild animals in the back yard.

Comichoso July 6, 2016 at 2:53 am

Thats why there should be strict laws for the possession of potentially deadly, in some cases unstable, in many cases unpredictable, territorial animals. Put those in the hands of idiots, in some cases violent and unstable people (i mean, who in their right mind would get a rescue pit?) and its a recipe for guaranteed disaster.

Comichoso July 6, 2016 at 3:01 am

Im sorry i know im just stating what everyone here already knows, but i just need to vent, i have too many friends with dogs 🙂

E.F July 6, 2016 at 5:10 am

Fair enough,

Venting is just about all we can do, it’s not like anyone are going to give up their precious furbaby killers, they’re too far brainwashed and we’re unfortunately trapped in a world where dog propaganda is force-fed into childrens minds.

Out of curiosity, does anyone here play any console games? xbox perhaps.

AnkleBiter July 6, 2016 at 7:12 am
mfatpony@aol.com July 6, 2016 at 7:36 am

AnklleBiter. A good suitcase is a horrible thing to waste when a trash bag would have been sufficient

E.F. yes I do play x box on occasion. I have all the systems starting with Atari.

Comichoso, If I didn’t vent I’d go nuts or be in jail. Lets try it. My dumb as a stump SILs dog was standing in the road yesterday and I thought I was going to have to hit or go beat it out of the road to get by. LIke master like mutt. They don’t have two brain cells to bang together between them. Darn that felt good.

E.F July 6, 2016 at 4:19 pm

MFP,

“A good suitcase is a horrible thing to waste when a trash bag would have been sufficient”

Seriously, whenever I’m on here there’s always a new comment that makes me laugh my guts out, at least it shines a light on all the dog nuttery madness. I love it here.

Nice, I started at the SEGA Master System 2, I worked my way up owning a master system 2, N64, PS1, PS2, then an Xbox Original, X360 and then XB1. Although i regret doing it, every time I get a new console i just feel like I have to sell the other ones. I have a few handheld gaming devices too but they bore the shit out of me (same with the Wii). So yeah, I still have a 360 and XB1, if you wanna add me, then go ahead ‘RainbOasis’ I play a whole range of games, mostly FPS & RPG though.

Comichoso, I’m with MFP, personally I just love to rant, but if i didn’t go a day without ranting then everyone around me would have all hell to pay, sure, someone getting a buttload of daily rantings to the ear sounds bad, but it’s the only option I have left next to abandoning all hope for humanity and just opting out.

AnkleBiter July 6, 2016 at 8:01 pm

Pony, you took the words right outta my mouth.

mfatpony@aol.com July 7, 2016 at 5:56 am

Where I live the electric company is regulated in how bright of a security light they can install on your pole. The big thing a few years ago was the lights being used by the Electric Company were so bright they were obscuring the stars. Light pollution. I tend to agree. The new light is solar though they still charge me an element fee the light less and more directed but more than covers the driveway and walk areas. I concur it was a good idea.
Now why is it OK to tell everyone what kind of outside light you can have but it falls through the cracks to address the noise pollution.
While my neighbors white bark machine must have met an untimely demise. I’m guessing under the tires of a truck on the paved road. And they have since capitulated to the reasonable demand their other one not be allowed to howl in the road all night I can hear the other hounds out here some barking day and night. And I hear the occasional yelling. Assigning someone to write the AC violations would more than cover their salary and other costs.
The county will cite you for a dozen things all managed by a little troll man that drives his car up and down roads. How much harder to deal with the issue of loose and barking dogs ?

AnkleBiter July 7, 2016 at 6:38 pm

Pony, I’d shoot it with a BB gun if it was howling in the road. I’ve always dreamed of getting a clear shot at a crapmaker.

E.F July 7, 2016 at 7:39 pm

Wow, who’d guess it, I have a bunch of dog nutters rooting for my opinion on something non-pit related…

You see, I have a friend who undertakes in greyhound racing, here in Australia they’re banning that because of a small few who decide to abuse/kill the dogs that don’t win for them. I simply replied with “several people kill dogs due to them being useless to them in races, bans dog racing thinking it will fix the problem, silly government”… And then I got so many likes and comments from a buttload of dog lovers calling me right, when only a click of the button into my FB account would show a shitload of anti-dog stuff on my homepage XD.

So yeah, I don’t care about the dogs, but I fear for my friends families form of income, they’re HUGE dog lovers, and yet they also race greyhounds, a whole bunch of morons make out that all dog racers are dog abusers, there have only been 2 proven cases in our country for dog abuse in relation to racing, and so I disagree with it because it will put my friend in a bind with money resources…

Also don’t they realise that this racing for the dogs is healthy, as they see it as a form of hunting, I tell them to think of it, which is better for the dog, chasing after a rabbit on a pole, or lazing around a house all day doing nothing.

I fucking hate dogs, but even dog lovers don’t get how idiotically cruel they’re being to dogs by disabling their days worth of days activity as well as many loving peoples form of income.

What a bunch of hypocritical fuckheads.

mfatpony@aol.com July 7, 2016 at 10:20 pm

AnkleBiter- I pepper sprayed the beast 3 times last summer. It pretty much pees when it sees me outside. The foul thing would come charging down the road teeth bared. I also put pepper around my trash cans cause a dog sniffs everything. I’m not going to torture a dog by shooting it with BBs. Unlike my idiot dog owning neighbor I don’t engage in animal cruelty. I will defend myself. As I made it clear to local AC. I am not going to be her dogs free bite.

E.F- the majority of dog issues are directly related to the man made mutants not be able to do what man has selectively bred them to do.
I did figure out why a dogs bark is so annoying. Even disturbing. They are unnatural creatures. The bark is a warning signal for man to interpret not a communication between animals. It’s meant to make us notice. So when it goes on endlessly for hours on end you can see how it disturbs your mind. It was a trait bred into dogs to make you feel alarm.

NiggiJohnnyCage July 8, 2016 at 3:48 pm

The amount of filth they bring into the house is just gross. My dad’s yellow labrador may be cute and lovable, but the amount of work, cleaning and energy that these animals require is out of my limit. I do not like sharing a house with a big dog. I hate the hair, the dirt, the allergens and feeling like I live in a kennel.

He also barks at everything and it makes me anxious.

E.F July 9, 2016 at 3:50 am

MFP,

Whenever I walk past the front of someone’s house, which the owners have gladly let their dog roam (with/without a fence), I have to be ready to block my ears, having aspergers I unfortunately have acute senses, whether it be low or high pitched, every single mutt that barks pierces my ears, sometimes it even physically hurts.

And it’s not difficult to see that they’re the equivalent to SJW’s, nothing but pathetic attention whores.

NiggiJohnnyCage July 9, 2016 at 2:28 pm

E.F,

They are pretty much SJW’s. When my dads dog barks, it makes me anxious and hurts my ears. When he licks himself, I go into a rage because the sound is beyond annoying…just gross.

His whining makes me want to punch him in the face. I rather hear babies cry than a dog whine. At least babies don’t give me asthma, and babies are more pure of heart. I don’t want children of my own, but my niece is super special. That way, I can give her back when I need a break, haha. I love when she smiles at me. It is much more special when an infant smiles at you, it shows real love and trust. People don’t like that babies grow up to be their own person instead of a sycophant mutt. I volunteered at Kidsability and one kid was quite nasty and called the teacher names. Did I call him a brat? No. I don’t know what is going on home, for all you know he could be abused, wasn’t taught how to communicate properly, etc. We hold way too high of standards on each other. We will never be dogs because we are better and we can think for ourselves.

Children are drawn to me. I seem to have more faith in them than their own goddamn parents and peers.

Every time I see a child get attacked by a dog, I cringe. Society is messed up.

dogsfromhell July 9, 2016 at 8:18 pm

http://www.inquisitr.com/3274840/pit-bull-owners-request-dog-to-be-euthanized-following-attack-on-child/

Boy is his own hero in near fatal pit bull attack by the “family dog”

mfaptony@aol.com July 9, 2016 at 8:59 pm

I cringe thinking that somewhere a pit nutter is going to try and save this dog. Half the reason I bought a small handgun was because of loose dogs out here.
They should have transported the dog to the nearest vet clinic for immediate disposal. One Mick the Mauler is enough.

NiggiJohnnyCage, I am very sensitive to disruptive noises. Growing up in the stone age I could never listen to music on the radio as the least bit of static would drive me nuts. Dog barking and their licking have always disturbed me.

Starshine July 11, 2016 at 4:06 am

I agree with your last post NiggiJohnnyCage.
Infants actually grow up at some point, dogs never do.
I think most dogs would survive no more than five minutes in a wolf pack.
The wolves would tear them apart in annoyance at their yapping and pathetic dependant behaviour.

Back to dog nutters, I’ve realized I feel more pity than anger at them lately. Their whole lives revolve around their dogs crapping and eating. They rarely seem to have good human relationships and talk about their dogs all the time.

I was reminded of it today when reading the comment section under a game review. The game had absolutely nothing to with dogs, but someone still managed to write a 1000 word comment about their dog. He started by saying that the game in question became better after a while and continued by comparing the game to his dog.

Appearantly the dog had also become better after a while and he now loved it and cherished it like family, he even said he felt more for the dog than for a sibling or parent (made me feel sick). He was gushing about the damn dog in a video game forum. It’s as if someone would randomly come into this discussion and talk about their love for their car. Dog nutters seem to think everyone wants to hear about their dog all the time.

NiggiJohnnyCage July 11, 2016 at 11:20 am

I went to the doctor today and turns out I do have congestion. My dander allergies are causing me breathing issues. I have to wait till January to get a allergy test. Am I going to have to wait till I croak to know if the dog dander is causing me to develop asthma symptoms? It is clearly evident. Every time I dust, my eyes burn and itch and I start to cough. It feels like extra effort to breathe. Dog lovers are so inconsiderate.

mfatpony@aol.com July 11, 2016 at 2:15 pm

I caught a news blurb the other day.
https://petfriendlytravelus.wordpress.com/2016/04/17/take-your-dog-out-to-the-ballgame-dog-friendly-baseball-games-2016/

yep the nutter can’t leave home without em because if they do the house is shredded when they get back. You now get to sit next to a pit in shirt and hope that it doesn’t go game when someone upsets it.
The whole world is covered in dog crap.

E.F July 11, 2016 at 4:32 pm

Starshine,

And I bet if the article comment had likes/dislikes enabled, they’d receive a f***load of likes despite the fact that it had nothing to do with the game, and it was far from providing the game with critical feedback. I see that all too often as well, dog nutters are so close minded that they automatically assume that every loves dogs, or wants to hear about their ones. Even my drama teacher who had to drive me home once (a couple of years back when I was in high school), she spent the whole trip talking about how great her yapper was, and I had to muster up the courage to tell her to ‘please’ stfu.

Everywhere I go, I’ll hear about someone trying to convince another person that their dog is the greatest animal in the world, I hear it on transport, in shopping malls, it didn’t even take me a week in my new office job that my fellow employees started yammering on about em’ nowadays I just make up a ‘more believable reason for them’ as to why they shouldn’t bring them up, because according to what I know from experience, they don’t care if you’ve been attacked on several different occasions by dogs, nowadays they only stfu when you make a sob story about how once upon a time you had a dog and it died, and talking about them makes you severely upset… it works like a charm at least.

dogsfromhell July 11, 2016 at 7:23 pm

LMAO

they only stfu when you make a sob story about how once upon a time you had a dog and it died, and talking about them makes you severely upset… it works like a charm at least.

dogsfromhell July 11, 2016 at 7:42 pm

A former contributor, Wilko once said he carries around a golf club in the event he encounters a pit that goes game on him. Its an innocuous object that can not be interpreted as a weapon in spite of the fact that humans do legitimately need to protect themselves from environmental dogs.

Today I went walking on my way to the bank. I had nothing but my checks for deposit and a pen that I need at the ATM during off hours. Now if I am going out for a walk and I look up and down the street and there are any pits with their nutters lounging on their porches I head back to the house and pack a paring knife in my cross body. Today when I headed out I didnt see any nutters on my street but later encountered a large dog in the distance on the main street. I thought well if it goes psycho at least I have my pen and I can use it like a knife to fight back.

I think I am going to carry a pen every time I go out the front door. A golf club, a pen….we should always be prepared. How f ed up is it that humans need to consider whether they can sustain a dog attack each time they leave the house.

mfatpony@aol.com July 12, 2016 at 7:46 am

DFH. Strap a can of pepper gel to your belt or waistband. That unsupervised loose dog will nearly always have the owner appear. do you know there are dimwits that think that letting their dogs accost strangers is socializing them ? Or the dogs owner can spend the day taking care of their mutts pepper infusion. I’ve figured if you can a pen to the eye or down the ear canal should if you are being mauled at should send most normal dogs off screaming. Heavy duty walking sticks with handles that double as a club.
I’m sure some doggist is seething as they read this. I don’t want any dog near me unleashed. Leashed is bad enough. I am not going to let any dog jump on me , sniff , lick or any other preamble to doggy taking a bite. I had a horrible scratch on my side from a friendly mutt jumping on me. Took forever to heal.

AnkleBiter July 12, 2016 at 9:18 am

Holy dog crap, that’s a lot of ball games you can take your dog to. Good thing I’m not a baseball fan.

mfatpony@aol.com July 12, 2016 at 10:58 am

I hope they’re handing out doggy doo doo bags as gifts at the entrance.

mfatpony@aol.com July 13, 2016 at 8:30 am
dogsfromhell July 14, 2016 at 5:21 pm

mfp That is some crazy nuttery….I saw a bumper sticker today that said “Pit Happens”. Translation: Oops, it ate the baby.

mfatpony@aol.com July 14, 2016 at 11:32 pm

I guess turning dog ownership into a religious experience or finding an excuse for vicious dogs validates the nutters.
I found it amusing that some nut made a t shirt saying Jesus died for his dogs salvation when his daddy runs dogs down in the holy book. Just saying.

Starshine July 15, 2016 at 6:32 am

Does someone more knowledgeable than me have an overview of all the cultures and historical periods where dogs have NOT been seen favourably?

I encountered another dog nut recently talking about how dogs have helped humans evolve (he even claimed that dogs helped us develop language!). He claimed that dog nuttery (though he didn’t use the word nuttery of course) is a human universal.
I find it ridiculous as there’s plenty of people that don’t keep dogs (he only admitted that the”oh so evil” muslims dislike dogs, but I know that it happens in far more cultures than that). My view is that this type of dog nuttery we see today, is a new phenomenon, fueled by the pet industry.

You don’t really see the ancient greek philosophers, Renaissance poets, Shakespeare etc write about the greatness of dogs.
I’ve seen a lot of ancient art, and there’s few dogs depicted, and then mostly depicted as aggressors. Almost all the statues of great conquerors are depicted on horse, not with a dog. Ancient greek and roman art often depicted livestock, wildlife and mythical animals, but rarely dogs.

I suppose when future populations find evidence of our time period on the other hand, they will unfortunately find pictures of dogs pissing, dogs humping turkeys, dogs dressed up in costumes, dogs in baby strollers etc. They will then conclude that our generation was some form of misfits that had started copulating with dogs.

Luckily, the fact still is, the majority of the world’s population doesn’t own dogs or they do but view them the same as cattle or other domestic animals, yet dog nutters seem to think that keeping a fur rag in the home is some important part of human development.

I would make the claim that throughout most of human history, dogs have simply been seen as useful tools, not the “cherished babies” the nutters would have us believe. An earlier farmer would have kept a dog to hunt or guard livestock, but would have easily killed it if it became annoying or dangerous.
I certainly can’t imagine any human struggling to survive bothering with buying a dog, dressing it in clothes and treating it like a human baby. I think only well-fed modern humans, tricked by the pet industry, have this obsessive relation with dogs.

Sorry for the long rant. Just needed to get my thoughts down regarding the myth that dogs have always been man’s best friend.
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mfatpony@aol.com July 15, 2016 at 7:03 am

Starshine. Most dog breeds were developed for specific tasks to help humans. So they did indeed have a role in agriculture, work animals and for security. The reason for the most universally hated sound. Mindless dog barking.
The trouble with the nutters is they don’t know the history of their own breeds. Pit wits are always excellent examples as they to this day use misinformation to claim they were bred to protect children. Though the same nutters will condemn the person who leaves a child alone with the nanny dog and they child gets mauled to death.
The whole dog culture is a perversion or actual facts which is why it’s so hard to argue with dog cultists.
Dogs were bred as slaves not best friends. That best friend theory is based on the domestic dogs submissive bred in behavior.

NiggiJohnnyCage July 15, 2016 at 10:14 am

The smell of dog is just uggghh putrid. I haven’t gotten nose blind to that stench. That is beauty of Autism, having more sensitive senses. I finally discovered my mom’s steam mop came with a carpet glider so I steamed out my bedroom carpet. The amount of cleaning needed is pretty much impossible because they create so much goddamn filth and dust. The amount of dirt and hair my dyson cordless picks up is insane. Not to mention I am developing asthma like symptoms from being congested. I am allergic to the dander. I don’t have a diagnosis but I now need a puffer. My father doesn’t seem to give a crap. He most likely rather see me out the door than the precious doggie. Meanwhile, I keep the house clean. My poor mother is stuck looking after the dog on her days off, losing her hours, me not being able to work until I can get my license or move somewhere with a bus. My cleaning business is clientless right now. I collect disability which saves my ass big time. My dad can’t complain because without me, his house would probably end up like hoarders with dog hair everywhere. I am not a perfectionist, but I cannot alongside dog hair and dog dirt. Just uughhh, unhygienic.

Starshine July 15, 2016 at 11:43 am

I agree with you mfatpony. They were meant to work, certainly not become the spoiled little pets they are. I got a little annoyed at the dog cultist in question because he pretended that all human cultures have kept dogs as pets and ” best friends” which is utterly ridiculous. Like I mentioned, they were seen as tools and still are in most places outside the west. I certainly can’t imagine any previous culture viewing them as replacement babies until now.

I feel sorry you have to face the dog stench NiggiJohnnyCage. I’m lucky that my brother is the only family member to buy a dog. All my other visits with family are luckily dog free.

NiggiJohnnyCage July 15, 2016 at 2:14 pm

I have to live with this everyday. I am stuck with the dog a lot. Being allergic, having to take claritin, a puffer……still forced to live alongside tons of hair, dander and clean everyday just for the house to become the same cyclone. I wish it was just visits and not having to be forced to live alongside the stench and dander.

E.F July 15, 2016 at 11:02 pm

Starshine,

I’m a philosopher and back when I was doing uni I did an undergraduates degree in ancient history, I’ve personally been on many archivistry, archaeology digs across the globe and I’ve never met a ‘true’ historian admit to dogs being anything but an insult… even the historically adept dog nutters I’ve met know that for the most part of 6000 years, dogs have been known as useless scavengers, only providing ‘some help’ in areas of hunting due to their senses. It was only the past 150 years or so that humans have been using them to do more, but still quite obsolete activities, and it’s only been about 300 years since dogs started to be treated like kings (by the royal family* with their corgees), thus the birthing of an ignorant society.

But I’ve heard some pretty stupid people say the absolute bullshit thing, claim it as fact despite all the evidence to the contrary, I’ve seen them swear black and blue with seriousness that they’re right even though the evidence was right in front of their face… but if someone told me that dogs helped with ‘human’ language, well that’d be the first thing to make me feel like the intelligent future that humans have the capability of creating will NEVER exist.

AnkleBiter July 16, 2016 at 8:27 am

Dogs are supposed to be working animals. When trained properly, can be useful, though many of those uses were from days gone by. What really puzzles me is when people complain about taxes, inflation and energy costs, but have no problem spending money on dog food, veterinary bills and grooming so they can have their “best friend” live with them. How did human priorities get reversed?

I Detest Dogs July 16, 2016 at 9:38 am

Just caught our jerk dog just finishing eating the cat’s food. I gave him what for, but I can’t wait until my parents come back, and nail him again. I want that jerk dog dead!

dogsfromhell July 17, 2016 at 6:19 am

Ankler Biter,
There’s a guy on our street that doesn’t work. He has custody of his child so my guess is he gets public assistance. The front of his house looks like a its been bombed. Recently this moron got a pit bull. He lets it off leash and it craps on his neighbor’s front yard. Worst of all he has a 7/8 year old child. He had the kid out there one day walking it and giving it orders…..probably falsely imagining that the child needs to be dominate over the dog so it doesn’t attack him.

1) I wonder how this guy can possibly feed a large shit machine while chronically unemployed. Does the child eat less or less nutritiously so he can feed it?
2) I’m just waiting for there to be an incident with the dog where it goes postal on the boy. They’ve had child protective services intervention before so this just might be the last straw. I have considered calling just to make them aware however with nutters in every sector of the population including child workers I doubt it would help.

dogsfromhell July 17, 2016 at 6:21 am

So much for dogs bringing joy into the lives of humans LMOA. So sorry, you have to live with this train wreck.

dogsfromhell July 17, 2016 at 6:39 am

EF I’d like nutters to actually provide real evidence of the bullshit they consistently vomit about the benefits of dogs. Then there are the nutters who try to publish a “scientific” study which even a non researcher can punch holes into.

Maybe someone can invent a life-like robotic dog that doesn’t shit and bark to replace these fur monsters. Then nutters would have the imaginary live stuffed animals that give them the “unconditional love” they fantasize about. It would be a great invention. The robot dogs could be modeled after cabbage patch dolls with names like Lassie and Rin Tin Tin. They could have a history such as “Neglected and starved”. “Rescued from another nutter’s dog farm”. “Victim fighting dog”. “Dog that stood watch over it’s former owner’s grave for 80 days without water.” ” Emotional support dog-flush your medication” “Teaches literacy and language to preschool children” “Won’t abandon you like your father or girlfriend did and you don’t need to hold it captive”

Or the aliens could start swapping out the life like robot dogs for real dogs and telling humans via the media that they are a recent hybrid! Viola- no more noise, environmental pollution or human safety concerns.

mfatpony@aol.com July 17, 2016 at 8:59 am

My SIL had one of those robot dogs. I believe she killed it too.

Noccalula July 17, 2016 at 12:31 pm

Omg, I laughed for 10 minutes! Very good idea. Then someone like us will figure out how to jam the frequencies rendering “Fluffy” inoperable. Lololol!

Starshine July 18, 2016 at 2:46 am

E.F.
Hehe. You’re absolutely right.
I’m still flabbergasted at someone actually claiming that they helped us develop language. The guy claimed that their barking helped us refine our speech. Unfortunately it was an old comment section so I was unable to write a comment to get him to explain exactly how barking leads to speech.

I do hope for an intelligent future for humankind yet. Everything else is getting better. There’s actually less violence and warfare, we have modern medicine and longer lifespans. Hopefully we will manage to rid ourselves of the dog nuttery as well.
I think the dogs themselves would appreciate being turned into work animals again, instead of being adult comfort blankets.
Farmers, hunters and the police force can keep dogs to work. Also pople using them for dog sledding can keep them. I went dog sledding once and the animals were clearly treated as work animals. They were kept outside, never insde the house, they worked and they seemed happy to not be treated as humans.
If we have to have dogs around in the future, that’s the way they should be treated. Better for them and us.

E.F July 18, 2016 at 4:48 am

DFH,

That would help, at least being adept in hacking will give me the opportunity to screw around with the functions just to piss the neighbours off if they make their machine to bark all night no me.

Starshine,
“I think the dogs themselves would appreciate being turned into work animals again, instead of being adult comfort blankets.”

Are you familiar with ‘the no true Scotsman fallacy’? a dog nutter might claim that a dog nutter isn’t a true dog lover if they do *this or that* but when it comes down to it, there is no ‘true nutter’ meaning, it’s just that they are if they are. And there’s always be at least one person of any group related belief that says another member isn’t one if they do *that or this* even when that’s technically false…

Well to get to my point, recently in Australia, one of our most popular sports have been banned by the government, that sport is ‘greyhound racing’. Well I personally know people who undertake in the sport, and they treat their dogs like kings, they’re born and bred nutters basically. Well the reason the sport is being banned is because a bunch of nutters thing that a dog getting excersise is bad, they make their claim to the government by saying that it’s more beneficial for the dogs if they stay at home lazing about all day, instead of going out and doing productive activities… and the government as provably idiotic as they are, are going ahead with their illogical nonsense. I want greyhounds to race for two reasons, one is because I’m supporting my friends family who’s only income is racing (they are all disabled), and two, because I’m not a complete idiot who thinks that lazing around the house is healthy for a dog.

And the funny thing is, I could care less if all dogs in the world died the most painful death possible, instantly. I HATE dogs, and yet I support them in this case.

I would only ever consider believing in a god if the biggest atheist i know begins convincing me that there is one, this philosophy works well in every single case, and people who don’t follow it often end up turning into sheep to a false cause.

mfatpony@aol.com July 18, 2016 at 5:29 am

Quite specifically it’s time to breed the bark out of dogs. One of the most useless and annoying noises on the planet.

Starshine July 18, 2016 at 6:56 am

It actually is quite easy to train most dog breeds not to bark, I don’t get why the dog nutters don’t do it. My brother owns a golden retriever and even though it doesn’t follow any commands and tries to pull off the arms of anyone taking it for a walk, it doesn’t bark.

My brother had no desire to listen to barking so he used the same method that dog mothers appearantly use. He clamped his hand over the snout of the puppy every time it started barking.
That method got him a bark free dog. It makes a whining sound sometimes, but it never ever barks, no matter how much it wants out. That doesn’t mean it isn’t annoying however. My brother has said he will never buy another dog after this one dies. They’ve realised that that the dog actually lowers their quality of life, not improves it.
After “dog-sitting” it for a week, my cousins also said that all desire to buy a dog faded instantly, so the dog has done my family some good. 🙂

mfatpony@aol.com July 18, 2016 at 8:22 am

Yes well I’m not holding my breath that dog nutters are going to suddenly become responsible pet owners. After all we don’t yell at, call AC or the police on our quiet neighbors with dogs.

Had Enough w/Canines July 19, 2016 at 5:31 am

I’ve also heard from the radical ASPCA nuts that it’s cruel to ride on the back of a horse. They should not be subject to carrying man. The idea was ‘why do you think they try to throw you off when you sit on them for the first time?

I SO want to hear MFP’s response to this one.

Dogs should be working. Or get off the boat. I say just get off the boat. I’ve never met a working dog who did what the handler claimed.

mfatpony@aol.com July 19, 2016 at 7:58 am

http://www.cowboyway.com/BroncRiding.htm

Well it ate my response. This is a link to why rodeo horses buck. Which its self explains why most horses become tractable family pets and enjoy the companionship of their owners and often not very expert riders.

Had Enough w/Canines July 20, 2016 at 6:30 am

I’m not sure I understand your response, MFP. I thing I was referring to was that sitting on or just plain riding a horse or even training a horse is cruel by some of these people. They are called upon to “work” for man’s pleasure and that is cruel.

Therefore, they said, no animal should be called upon to work for humans.

mfatpony@aol.com July 20, 2016 at 11:28 am

It made me refresh the page and then ate my post. Most backyard horses are pets and thoroughly enjoy human companionship and that includes being rode.
A horse being trained in a correct manner is very unlikely to buck when mounted the first time.
I included bucking horses and the link because you have to understand that a horse does not necessarily buck from pain or abuse.
Activists that want to out law riding a horse are simply doing what dog owners do when describing dog behavior. Humanizing it.
Horses buck for numerous reasons. And I’ve thoroughly enjoyed watching a few humans get their comeuppance.

dogsfromhell July 20, 2016 at 7:47 pm
mfatpony@aol.com July 20, 2016 at 8:16 pm

More reasons I would never enter a home or yard where there was a nanny dog in residence. You never know when they’re going to go haywire.

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