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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 February 7, 2016 at 5:26 am

Its the cult of dog worship.

dudewhat February 7, 2016 at 5:35 am

i’m not saying you should love dogs but it’s very narrow minded to hate a lifeform for the way they are, i don’t hate bears despite knowing that meeting one in real life would likely end in my death

Christian Woods February 7, 2016 at 9:44 am

Cult of dog worship dictates that holding on to a leash is better than holding the warm hand of a girlfriend.
dog worship dictates that cuddling up to a smelly dog on a boeing 777 is better than falling asleep with your hot Mancunian girlfriend’s arm around you.
dog cult worship dictates that the sound of a dog’s barking is way better than the soft gentle singing of your Mancunian girlfriend singing along to her favorite song.
basically doggers would find that a dog is better for me then Henrietta is any day.
well, i’m sticking with Henrietta, I think i like holding hands with her, cuddling up to her on the plane and her beautiful singing voice are way better than anything a dog can provide.
you dog cultists can have and keep your dogs, while i enjoy some human company with Henrietta.

dogsfromhell February 7, 2016 at 5:46 pm


….but your dog obsessed neighbor isn’t likely to bring one home to live next door to you. I haven’t read the household bear statistics recently but I don’t think it can compete with the 78 million environmental dogs that are currently in our residential communities in the US alone

mfatpony@aol.com February 7, 2016 at 5:51 pm

dudewhat. I find them totally disgusting. Which is why there are none in my home or yard. Man made mutants that malfunction on a regular basis.
If everyone kept their dog where it belonged and made it behave in a way that lets neighbors live in relative peace I wouldn’t give the things a second thought.
Keep it in your yard.
Use your yard as it’s toilet.
Shut that damn thing up.
Keep it on a leash.
Don’t assume anyone else wants to touch it or have it touch them.
If you don’t like the conditions at the dog park. Go to a city council
meeting and complain. Meanwhile keep your crap sack out of the
park where it’s clearly marked no dogs or at least obey the signs when they say Dogs must be on leash at all times. Pick your mutts crap up. It amuses me to watch this. It’s the least you can do after ruining an afternoon for us just because fido needed to run. Get a house with a yard.

Secret February 8, 2016 at 3:13 am

Dude dogs are high maintnece animals as are all animals but they are extremely loyal and will protect you and they actually are pretty amazing they save lives and actually help people live longer so just give them a chance.

dogsfromhell February 8, 2016 at 5:14 am

@ secert

Dogs are not “loyal”. They are conditioned scavengers who are dependent on their fur slave owners for food.

“will protect you and they actually are pretty amazing they save lives and actually help people live longer so just give them a chance.”

I haven’t heard of any dogs performing open heart surgery or even seeing patients who have the flu at my doctors office recently. Conversely, children and other vulnerable populations are routinely maimed, mauled and killed on a daily basis from dog attack. As for the myth of dogs “helping you live longer”, check out our section called I Hate My Dog. The myth is a result of marketing driven by the pet product industry. Dogs are the most profitable.

Dogs are responsible for wrecking havoc on the lives of humans including their owners and of course those of us afflicted with environmental dogs through no fault of our own.

dogsfromhell February 8, 2016 at 5:39 am


The “Dog Whisperer” being sued for pit attack. Bravo!

gary February 8, 2016 at 6:32 am

Back on Jan. 8th I posted something here that I had sent to American Airlines regarding an annoying flight I was on with THREE “comfort animals”. Here’s the AA b.s. response.


February 7, 2016

We are sorry that you were uncomfortable because of the presence of an animal aboard your flight. From the details you provided, it is clear that the animal aboard created unpleasant conditions for you. We are disappointed, too, that our personnel weren’t more successful in improving the situation for you. No doubt it was an annoying experience for all concerned.

Believe it or not, our regulations for pets carried aboard the aircraft are aimed at reducing any discomfort on the part of our other customers. When traveling within the 48 contiguous United States, we allow seven kennels per flight, two in the First Class cabin and a total of five in the Main Cabin and Business Class combined. On Envoy and American Connection we allow a maximum of two pets. The pet must travel in a kennel that fits underneath the seat in front of the accompanying passenger. We require that the animal stay in the kennel (there are exceptions) in order to reduce odor, noise, allergic reactions and unpleasant “accidents.” Additionally, the pet must be able to stand up in the kennel, which precludes large animals from being accommodated. For the most part, no household pets are allowed in the cabin on long transatlantic or transpacific flights (with the exception of service animals) or on flights to or from Hawaii.

With regard to the issue concerning animals allowed out of their kennels, regulations require that airlines must allow emotional support animals to travel in the cabin; these animals may ride on the customer’s lap.

While we understand the perspective that things would be a lot easier if pets were barred from the passenger cabin, the large number of our customers who want to travel with their animals don’t share this view. So, we hope you can acknowledge our reasons for not applying any such ban unilaterally. Many customers traveling with animals are professional breeders on their way to shows and competitions. Their livelihood may well depend on the ability to transport their animals inside aircraft cabins.

Again, we are sorry your experience was unsatisfactory. However, pets will continue to be passengers aboard our flights. We will continue our efforts to ensure compliance with our inflight restrictions for pets in the cabin to make for a quiet and peaceful journey for everyone.

We want all customers to enjoy their flights with American Airlines — whether they are customers who care to travel with their pets or those who would prefer that pets be left home. Thank you for sharing your perspective and for listening to our point of view.


William Callan
Customer Relations
American Airlines

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

A dog’s loyalty is called resource guarding. The contradiction of a high maintenance animal (stress) and living longer make no sense.
Dogs do not save lives. Humans may use a trained dog to help save lives. Pets that save their owners lives in a home are usually because of bred in mutant behaviors. House on fire. Stand and bark. Dogs are poor judges or when to protect their humans. Often the perceived attacker is wearing a diaper and a member of the household or a pedestrian that just happened to walk down the wrong road. Pits have been known to protect their owner from the owner themselves. Usually ending with I have no idea what happened Pitty has always been such a loving dog. At which point the pit bull bullies appear in comments telling us with great authority that the dog had been trained for fighting, mistreated and if it was a child the child is at fault for being a child and not properly be taught from birth that no one takes a bone from a dog. Stupid baby.
I respect wildlife. I should not have to respect the special boundaries set up by owners of vicious dogs because they fail to control a domestic animal. Children should not be second class citizens in their own homes because mommy and daddy adopted a rescue dog that needs it space.
I’d like to add I don’t know when it became the norm that dogs were allowed to maul someone in the family simply because their personal space has been invaded and they feel ‘ threatened ‘. I can certainly recall as a child the occasional dog bite where someone’s pet would get hurt, stepped on and it might nip and a parent telling the child to be more careful. Even then the dog might disappear. The tolerance for a dog attacking a human for any reason was very low. Now the dogs have lawyers that hire a PI to investigate the toddlers criminal proclivities for a court room character assassination. Dogs do far more harm than they well ever do good. If you insist on owning one be responsible. That of course is another contradiction. Dog owner and responsible.

mfatpony@aol.com February 8, 2016 at 8:26 am

gary, this is the convoluted thinking that is so pervasive now. The idea of extending special rights to someone that has a physical handicap and making sure they had as much right and opportunity to access jobs, housing and public places has turned into a free for all capitalized on by dog lunatics.
No dog should be on a plane uncrated or without a muzzle. The confined quarters with no fast egress if the dog becomes aggressive make a dog on a plane dangerous to everyone around the ESA. Which is a direct violation of your rights. I’m not sure you could move me far enough from a pit bull on a plane. Even if they were calling it an American Bulldog or lab/mix.
I also can’t see how a dog that size is not invading the aisle for free egress for passengers during the flight or not invading the person sitting next to them. It was supposed to be equal rights. not extra rights.

mfatpony@aol.com February 8, 2016 at 10:10 am

I’d like to add that unlike a SD an ESA does not need to have special training . The dog itself is seen as a type of therapy. Of course that can apply to any dog called a SD now since the government refuses to step in and demand credible proof that any dog is a SD.
The idea that an ESA that had no special training can be uncrated during flight is insane at best.
If I had to sit next to a stinker with a dog I might discuss plane crashes the whole flight.

Amur February 8, 2016 at 8:56 pm

@dogsfromhell, the pages on this site are being weird. I can only see the 1st page and the last one (this one), but it won’t show the 2nd page. Same with the I Hate My Dog section. I can only see the 1st/last page, but not all the others in between.

Christian Woods February 8, 2016 at 10:05 pm

Gary: I had a similar experience on several flights i’ve been on, the most recent one being a cathay pacific flight from Hong Kong to Vancouver on a boeing 777-300ER. We were in 36 d and 36 e, with Hemy in the isle and I in the seet next to her. (remember, a boeing 777 has two isles) and the dog owner was in 32C I believe it was, where the owner was on the lefthand side of the left-hand isle, same isle bordering Hemy’s seat.
The dog barked all the way from when we reached 39,000 feet untill about a quarter of the way into the flight, then about 15 minutes later barked non-stop for the rest of the flight, it also whined and howeled too, we ended up moving to 44D and E and then to 46 D and E, we couldn’t go any further back as the rest were taken. Still we could hear it, even when I cranked up some Eric Prydz on my iPod I cuold still hear it. so I feel you.
Similar sort of e-mail from CX about my experience, although luckily that particular dog was banned from all future flights due to rowdy behavior. SO i guess one up for Cathay Pacific there.
This goes to show that airlines need to start inforcing a pollicy fith ESD dogs that they must be calm for the entire duration of the flight or risk being banned.
you people want emotional support, find a friend. I’m sure they’d be more than willing to give you a hand to hold, which is much better than having a smelly dog on you. trust me, holding hands with a girlfriend/boyfriend/friend is one of the most precious things in life to me, and it should be to you too.

Stu February 9, 2016 at 10:44 am

MFP makes a valid point about a dog blocking an aircraft aisle which could impede evacuation in an emergency. That aside from the general problem of the damn thing being in the way just for normal movement, should be sufficient reason for the FAA to ban dogs in the cabin section. The fact that an airliner cabin is a confined space with no exit should an animal go bonkers and start attacking people, is just one more reason to ban their presence on commercial flights.

Christian Woods February 9, 2016 at 1:59 pm

stu I hear you. I sure hope that no dog goes bonkers on a flight, not much you can do at 34,000 feet except move as far back from it as possible and hope that it stops. UNless you’re Felix Baumgartner you can’t just jump out of the plane at 34,000 fet, so yeah, i agree with both you and MFP.

mfatpony@aol.com February 9, 2016 at 3:24 pm

How long is anyone going to stay seated and calm if a pitty even starts barking or growling. You aren’t even going to have to be in the proximity of the dog. Getting stomped and hurt in human stampedes happens all the time. If they’re on the plane, uncrated a muzzle should be required.

Christian Woods February 9, 2016 at 8:07 pm

MFP I couldn’t agree more. I frankley think that pits shuold have to go in the cargo, they should have an area with full oxygin there for pets this way pets can still be transported for show dogs and crap like that, but they won’t cause problems for us non-dog people.
As for ESD dogs, either start requiring a real certification along with restrictions as to the type of dog or behavior code for the dog or just stop allowing them alltogether, and force the people to bring a friend for emotinoal support.

mfatpony@aol.com February 9, 2016 at 8:40 pm

It is insane to allow something called an ESD onto public transport without demanding they have been obedience trained. And I hold with the muzzle. Dogs that are scared or startled can bite. They can claim the right to have their mutt. I should be able to demand to be safe. If the airlines are going to allow these gorillas onto the plane they should eat the cost of the seat next to the passenger with the dog for extra floor space. Or better yet remove a seat to accommodate the beast. Not expect everyone around they already packed in like sardines to absorb the spill over from a dog. I will also point out that unsecured objects , even dogs become projectiles in an emergency.

Belliofoelli February 9, 2016 at 9:48 pm

You want to know what is so narrow minded? Dog owners lashing hate against Chinese people for eating dog because of their culture yet they eat animals too

BigDogHater February 10, 2016 at 9:28 am

So as I was eating breakfast this morning and got a glance of the news on TV. It was coverage on the earthquake in Taiwan. What about it? Why, the fact that a dog that was apparently trapped under debris for 4 days had been rescued. I was disgusted. With all the trauma and distress that people are going through over there right now, the media thinks that a story about some stupid dog getting rescued is important to report. Unfortunately, I just know there are some dog loonies out their that probably saw that and cared more about that random dog getting saved than the pain all the people are probably going through. And seriously, why are people even wasting their time with some random mutt where there are still people in need of help. Ugh. But I think the dumbest thing of all was that they never even showed an image of the damn dog during the segment.

On another note, my mood was brightened up a bit when my professor showed us a movie in class. One of the main characters was a somewhat half human half dog man. The man essentially acted as the disgusting, stupid, sleazy, annoying, groveling sidekick towards the main hero. A perfect representation of a dog in human form if you ask me.

Stu February 11, 2016 at 7:09 pm

MFP brings up another good point about not allowing dogs on aircraft: they can become projectiles in an emergency. You sure as hell can’t put a seatbelt on one. If people have to use a seat belt, then dogs should be strapped in too. The doggers cry, you can’t seat belt a dog ! Well, I guess it can’t be allowed on a flight then.

Christian Woods February 11, 2016 at 11:02 pm

Henrietta’s friend who was just over tonight for Henrietta’s 22nd birthday supper is a westjet flight attendant. She’s actually asked that she not be made to work on flights that dogs are on, or she may end up kicking them off due to her severe dog allergy. She’s actually asked that dogs not be allowed on several flights that she worked on and the owners think she’s a bitch because of it. the thing is though, she’s only trying to make sure that she won’t have to deal with constant allergies for a 3 hour flight from Winnipeg to Vancouver in a boeing 737-800 at 36,000 feet all the time. it’d be like the idiot who sprays perfume close to the woman who’s allergic to perfumes to bring a dog on the flight where Bess is working on. stupid and inconsiderate doggers would rather not fly westjet? fine, then more dogless flights for them i guess, makes Bess, Hemy and I all the happier.

Had Enough w/Canines February 12, 2016 at 6:21 am

Why do I HAVE to share my airliner space with a dog, when I paid for a ticket and he didn’t?

That’s Ludicrous!

I glad Gary exposed Ameican Airlines for this horrible practice and attitude. I for sure will not book with them and I am telling my friends about it too.

Christian Woods February 12, 2016 at 9:23 am

Go with westjet or united there HEWC, especially if Bess is working on a flight there, you won’t have to worry about dogs. see my above post for details.

mfatpony@aol.com February 12, 2016 at 2:09 pm

Airlines, employers and businesses are so busy trying to comply with the ADA and the massive SD loophole they break their backs bending over to accommodate. Why? It’s not the lawsuits. It’s the Social Media Slaughterhouse if you so much question the right of a dog and it’s owner.
Meanwhile the same dog owners continue to scam the system with online sites that will get anyone an ESD.
I seen one of those vested fakes this morning dragging it’s owner all over barking at someone in a parking lot

Christian Woods February 13, 2016 at 1:48 pm

I’ll be Bess gets a lot of ba reviews on websites because she doesn’t allow dogs on th eplanes she’s a flight attendant on due to her severe allergies.

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