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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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Sarah March 3, 2017 at 2:00 pm

I have a dog, I love dogs and I don’t like it when people say shit about dogs to me. But I also don’t like it when people act like their pets are their kids, when they act like everything revolves around their dog and when they think its okay to break dog laws. I keep my dog on the leash, I pick up after her and that way nobody is upset. I don’t allow my dog to come up to people unless they want her near them either because I know some people don’t like or are scared of dogs.

I have to say though, that I don’t agree with pepper spraying an animal (unless it is harming you). I also don’t agree with people who think everyone has to get rid of their pets because they don’t like them.

I think people have the right not to like and to like dogs, but I do think that both sides need to follow the laws!!!!!

mfatpony@aol.com March 3, 2017 at 8:19 pm

Sarah. I don’t have to wait until a loose mutt is harming me to pepper spray it. If someone doesn’t want to risk that keep it at home in your yard or on a leash. If you are in an off leash area and your dog approaches someone the law states you dog must be under your control at all times. I hate dogs. I’m tired of feckless dog owners thinking everyone must love their walking crap machine.

DogsNeedToDisappear March 4, 2017 at 5:51 am

@mfatpony: amen to that! It’s not only that I hate dogs but I also hate the way that their owners think everybody needs to accept them and tiptoe around them to not hurt their feelings just because they happen to own a dog. Besides, the whole “pepper spraying an animal unless it is hurting you” is ridiculous. If a dog jumps on me I’ll spray it, regardless of whether it is physically harming me or not, because dogs could be carrying anything from fleas to ticks to rabies, none of which I want on me. I don’t care if the dog is “trying to be friendly”, when you don’t know the dog and the owner is a complete stranger, I’m going to need more than just their word that the dog has been sprayed for parasites and had its rabies shots. Besides, most dogs when they run at you will lick you (they lick their @sses and other worse things), they’ll hump your leg or they’ll p!ss on your shoe. It’s not exactly physical harm, but it’s still nasty and inappropriate, so hell yeah, spray those dogs and don’t risk the possibility of catching something from them.

mfatpony@aol.com March 4, 2017 at 11:44 am

DogsNeedToDisappear- There is a mental attitude with dog owners that no one can do anything to their loose dog unless it is actually attacking. If some crazy person was running at me yelling I’m going to hug you I’d unload on them.
We have cats at home all of which see a vet for an actual physical and blood work are tested for parasites and get heartworm checks plus the meds for it. They are all fixed and have rabies tags. In other words we have spent a great deal of money on pets we care about to maintain their health. I do not want casual contact with loose roaming animals. It’s bad enough that my dumb in laws caused a flea infestation with their backwards white trash inbred puppy mill.
I don’t know what kind of home it came from or where it came from or what kind of care it’s received. If you dog approached me it’s going to get sprayed.
BTW consider that many dog owners don’t like taking their dogs to the dog park because of worms and at least one outbreak of something every year.

AnkleBiter March 4, 2017 at 11:52 am

We looked at a house to buy this morning. It was occupied by tenants. From outside we could hear barking. Then there was a large dog turd near the front walkway. I didn’t even want to go inside. Talk about the opposite of curb appeal. The beast was in the garage so we didn’t go in there. Needless to say we passed on this due to the condition inside.

mfatpony@aol.com March 4, 2017 at 11:58 am

AnkleBiter we were looking at foreclosures about 5 years ago. Almost without fail aside from the human damage there was massive pet damage. We went out in the backyard of one house and were instantly greeted by yammering mutts from every side that barked nonstop the entire time we were there. Another house would have had to have the floor joists pulled along with the floor and subfloor it was just soaked one end of the house to the other in urine.
Many people recommend you ask the realtor to let you leave a tape recorder in the house for 24 hours prior to making an offer. (empty house) or driving by at random times over a few days. I have visited friends in apartments that sound like kennels.

I Detest Dogs March 4, 2017 at 12:06 pm

How do you make that homemade pepper spray exactly, I want to know? I can get my hands on capsicum from the health food store, hopefully, it’s potent enough. I ask because as soon as it warms up and the snow melts, maybe in April, I’ll be out metal detecting and the best spot to do it is along the boardwalk and the beach. Okay as well as the skate park where they ditch the snow. It’s also, where everyone walks their dumb mutts. So I want to be armed and ready if I have an encounter. Too bad my tablet doesn’t make phone calls, but it can record videos and take pictures. Can you say, incriminating evidence! However, I am close to Overwaitea, so I can go in there and make a phone call, real quick. I have a few of the dogcatcher’s business cards now; I won’t hesitate anymore, if I see a lawbreaker and their dog, doing what they should not be doing!

mfatpony@aol.com March 4, 2017 at 12:27 pm

If it’s legal where you live I really recommend buying a good quality pepper spray gel. It’s more accurate than any spray bottle and the gel is more resistant to blowback from wind. The second best defense is a heavy duty walking stick with a hammer like head on it.

Any pepper spray you buy that is legal is also a legal concentration.
AC already knows the beach is being used as a canine off leash toilet. However dog owners hate being caught in the act . There are rules about what you can and cannot photograph and where and when you can and can’t use that photo online.

I Detest Dogs March 4, 2017 at 12:31 pm

No, I live in Canada too, so that’s why I ask, so I could get the recipe you use. I wouldn’t post any pictures just show it to the AC and let her deal with the person.

mfatpony@aol.com March 4, 2017 at 1:33 pm

Your laws are confusing but it appears you may be able to carry pepper spray if it is clearly labeled for use on pets. Even that is confusing . I would contact your local law enforcement or better yet go to a sporting goods store and ask them.

Lily March 4, 2017 at 2:01 pm

Same problem here. Im trying to get the hell out of this place and the first thing I told my realtor was I want a house with land and no nearby dogs. He understood…in fact he went on to tell me horror stories about dealing with dogs as a realtor. He constantly calls dog owners “neighborhood terrorists” LOL. He said he’s seen beautiful houses worth 400k drop down 180k because of yapping mutts.

DogsNeedToGoAWAY March 4, 2017 at 2:37 pm

Pony,
Dogs on the beach make me physically ill..The nutters where we live in New Hampshire do not care about leash laws or dogs defecating/urinating in the water..All nutters walk their dogs when and where they are not supposed to..This summer, i will be carrying pepper gel. I have been menaced more than once by off leash dogs on the beach..It makes me crazy..I can and will photograph them and spread it all over social media to embarrass the jackasses. Posters printed out and put up on telephone poles and in beach bathrooms also have a great effect..There are poop bags at every set of stairs going down to the beach and the nutters still let the crapbags shit all over and dont pick it up..Sickening..I hate nutters and i hate dogs..

DogsNeedToGoAWAY March 4, 2017 at 2:50 pm

This link will take you to a site which can tell you state by state, which pepper spray products are legal..Dog and bear pepper sprays are legal in all 48 contiguous states.
http://www.pepper-spray-store.com/collections/guaranteed-legal-in-new-york/products/muzzle-dog-spray

mfatpony@aol.com March 4, 2017 at 8:39 pm

Yes they are. And I posted some links to legal sites explaining non bite injuries caused by dogs. Our local AC ordinance calls loose dogs a menace and a health risk. A dog does not have to bite or attack to be a menace. This is where dog owners who ignore leash laws and fail to understand that even if their dog is allowed off leash they are still responsible for an injury their dog causes. Yes your happy galloping 100lb slobber hound running at me is a menace to my safety. I don’t have to brace myself for impact or hope that the dog owner (LMAO) will open their wallet and pay for damages.
I posted long ago about dog owners and their lax training and failing to understand how a dog will dominate even them if allowed. Dogs respond to pack method training , dogs raised like spoiled neglected children become aggressive because then do not understand their place in the world. When a strange dog thinks it can approach and sniff, jump or hump a stranger it shows that dog has no boundaries I’m not waiting for the bite.

mfatpony@aol.com March 5, 2017 at 5:30 pm

Pitnutter encounter today. We get our of our car and I see a nut with a pit on a leash. He stops right where you have to pass him on the sidewalk so I just walk out in the road about 12 feet. Pit nut. It’s ok he won’t hurt you.
Me-That’s what you all say until you’re trying to pry the baby out it’s mouth. You can’t even control that dog. ( it was trying to drag him in every direction) Pit nut then crossed the street and gave me a dirty look. So I turned and added. I hope this little town gets that BSL passed.

dogsfromhell March 6, 2017 at 8:05 am

hahahaha! so funny mfp.

mfatpony@aol.com March 6, 2017 at 10:15 am

DFH he was standing there and the man in front of us told him what a good looking dog he had so he then tried to peddle pit to us. I believe his whole purpose of walking the dog around the parking lot was to get his own ego petted. The stupid thing was overstimulated and hyper vigilant. Something the dumb owner was oblivious to.

dogsfromhell March 8, 2017 at 7:08 pm
dogsfromhell March 8, 2017 at 7:43 pm

http://www.fox2detroit.com/news/local-news/240173296-story
Pregnant woman attacked by pit bull. Owner runs off….shocking right?

mfatpony@aol.com March 8, 2017 at 10:35 pm

pit and run.

I just took the trash out luckily I had my weed whacker as soon as I get to the curb my SILs stupid dogs are in the road barking their heads off. I cussed her out pretty loud over it. End of my rope here. this is the last time I’m going to let their ignorant behavior get me that upset. I’m just going to start calling dispatch and demanding a squad car again. It’s really disconcerting to be outside in the dark and not know if they’re running at you because they sure aren’t ever kept penned up.

Had Enough w/Canines March 9, 2017 at 6:41 am

Pony, just out of curiosity, are you afraid of dogs? Or is it just a major aversion to anything running at you?

For me, I have both issues. I’ve been bitten by “gentle” dogs and terrorized by dogs that are supposed harmless. Although aggressively encroaching on and barking at me non-stop doesn’t strike me as harmless.

Too bad the weed whacker could not act as a golf club and use their momentum to launch them over their fence and back in their yard.

DogsNeedToGoAWAY March 9, 2017 at 11:00 am

Pony,
Your SIL is a PIA..I hope she moves away from you..

NiggiHanzoHasashi March 9, 2017 at 11:19 am

My father’s yellow Labrador is now jealous of my little niece. He is a massive pain in the butt. Tries to get in the way all the time. He tries to eat her digestive cookies. He has almost tripped her multiple times. He even licked my smoothie Popsicle; which is a sign of disrespect. Many dog people do not understand that these behaviors are unacceptable.

I have tried to train him, enforce boundaries…..but everyone has to teach the same. It is pointless. If he EVER, I mean ever….if he ever attempts to nip or intimidate my little niece out of jealousy,….he will be gone.

Luckily, my father is renting out a condo to me. I will be moving out in a few weeks. I will let my mom babysit my niece there…..so she can move freely and be a child….without a stupid dog being in her way.

He doesn’t listen to me or my mom……no matter what we do.

DogsNeedToGoAWAY March 9, 2017 at 11:22 am

Niggi,
i find yellow labs to be some of the most annoying and vile of all dogs..I’;m glad you are getting your niece away from that beast..

NiggiHanzoHasashi March 9, 2017 at 11:30 am

I used to think labs were amazing dogs…..but nah. My niece’s safety is number one and the dog needs to learn to stay the hell away. That nonsense of getting the dog to warm up to the baby is a bunch of crap.

It is disgusting how many children get bitten by dogs. Dog people are deranged; trying to justify moody dogs picking on innocent children. Even if they pull on their ears…..move the dog to another room, and don’t endanger a child if you know the dog is a miserable puss.

Dogs are inconsiderate.

DogsNeedToGoAWAY March 9, 2017 at 11:35 am

Niggi,
i was bitten as a child, by some beast that their nutter swore was ” friendly”..I remember the dog vividly..Nasty gray terrier..It smelled awful, looked scary and i wanted nothing to do with it..The nutter tried to force it on me and the dog sensed my fear and ” nipped” my foot..I’ve hated dogs ever since..Saw a poor little girl who went to the baby sitter as i did, get mauled by her ” family dog”..I never forgot what her face looked like..Dogs should never be allowed in homes, or around children, IMO..

NiggiHanzoHasashi March 9, 2017 at 1:53 pm

DogsNeedToGoAway,

I am so sorry! Terriers can be temperamental! I have anxiety because of the dog.He has made my OCD 10x worse and my life a living hell.

I wish I could snuff him out, but the jail time isn’t worth it. So my health is paying the price. Stress, anxiety and depression……I hate dog owners who inflict their animals onto their family members and others.

DogsNeedToGoAWAY March 9, 2017 at 2:10 pm

Niggi,
Just two pieces of Xylitol chewing gum will bring down a 45 # dog..It would be a real shame if any dog came across that gum by accident..I have even heard of dog owners inadvertently killing their own dogs by feeding them peanut butter sweetened with Xylitol, which is now for sale everywhere, unaware of this effect..

mfatpony@aol.com March 9, 2017 at 3:19 pm

Had Enough w/Canines – Not in the least afraid although I think I have an extremely healthy caution and aversion to know biters and killers. I have PTSD and that is from my SIL so anything running at me like a dog or strange human is a trigger. The hand held weed whacker is well sharpened and likely to drop a dog rather than just launch it. Her dogs all have territory issues as in they think everything is their territory. It’s what happens when you let dogs roam.

harry March 12, 2017 at 12:30 pm

you people are just cruel and they probably hate you and do this,if you are going to spray a dog for something stupid like jumping up on you or whatever you don’t realise that he doesn’t know he’s dirty therefore you spray him and THEN he hates you and if he hates you he won’t listen to you

dogsfromhell March 12, 2017 at 7:52 pm

So Harry, can we count on responsible dog owners like you to protect your dog by keeping it contained and out of the personal space of people who want no contact with your animal?

dogsfromhell March 12, 2017 at 7:52 pm
mfatpony@aol.com March 12, 2017 at 9:03 pm

Silly Harry thinks I have to tolerate some untrained loose mutt jumping all over me with it’s filth stink and who knows what kind of worms and disease. One nice thing about pepper spray is if the negligent owner goes barking mad you can hose them too. If dog owners loves their dogs they wouldn’t be running lose.

mfatpony@aol.com March 12, 2017 at 9:08 pm

BTW Harry the mutt next door about wets it self when I yell at it to get out of my yard and go home. A few shots in the face with pepper spray reinforced that I mean what I say. Git means git.

Veronica March 13, 2017 at 2:30 am

Reading all these posts just makes me feel no longer alone. I used to love dogs when I was younger. In fact I consider myself an animal lover. However, I do understand where dog loathing comes from since lately I have been experiencing it myself.
Currently, I am stuck in an animal freak family home. The kind of people that treats their dogs like babies and constantly overindulges them. Those people are my husband’s family. We recently moved to another country and we have been living together in the same household for a couple of months now while me and my husband have been working to get our own place.
Ok, where do I start? Well… There is a total of 11 dogs which 5 of them are inside dogs. Good thing is that all those 5 dogs are trained to go to the door when they need to do their business. But I don’t care if the mutts learned how to use a toilet and wipe with TP…FIVE dogs inside a house is just to damn much: the shedding, the smell, the ruined sofa, the vomit, the noise, the begging, the constant jumping and having to deal with their neediness as a result of being treating like little kids. The only decent dog in that house is my husband’s dog since he is actually the only one who takes time and dedication to train it and is hard-handed on him (something I deeply appreciate about him) and still the mutt gets on my nerves because guess what? my in-laws spoil the damn thing while we are out at work and whatnot. We both train it to not beg at the table, that humans eat first, that it is not allowed inside certain rooms, new words for it to obey…in other words, treat it as what it is: A DOG. And what do they do? Spoil it, let it get way with crap that me and my husband would NEVER let it. As for the other dogs? ugh…My in-laws dog is like Joffrey from Game of Thrones. A whiny little piece of s*** that goes insane if the thing does not get what it wants. The howling of the mutt really drives me insane to a point that I have fantasized with murdering it. But, honestly I would never harm an animal, specially at that house since I would be the first suspect lol. I find it deplorable when people abuse animals AND humans. But I also feel nothing but contempt for those who treat animals above humans. Not right at all. Oh…and there is also a damn pitbull…yeah…a vicious one by the way. The family argues that the thing will never be violent towards humans, yet the pitbull cannot be around other animals whatsoever because the bitch goes bonkers with blood thirst. We have to lock all the animals up before she gets out of her own room. Oh, but the dog ain’t vicious, right? pfffft I’m telling ya, lunacy, absolute lunacy. Fortunately me and the man are moving out in two weeks and all this BS will be in the past!! Sorry for the long post I just needed to vent. Cheers!

Had Enough w/Canines March 13, 2017 at 4:04 am

Harry, did you mean don’t spray the dog in the face with pepper spray, spray the dog’s owner? I can get on board with that.
When and where?

Had Enough w/Canines March 13, 2017 at 4:10 am

I learned something annoying today: Malamutes aren’t.

hamztly March 13, 2017 at 7:12 am

I don’t think its dogs I dislike because I do not dislike or give any thought to animals hoofing around in the wild.

My understanding is that dogs are simply wolves/foxes bread to be aspirins/slaves, submissive easily dominated animated stuffies for people who need that.

What I find unattractive is the relationship between slave dogs, because they are slaves treated as property, and their owner who keep them inside their houses. What I find unattractive is people baby talkng to animals to make themselves feel loving and yell at them and yell dominant commands when they want to feel power, that they just do not feel with living people/adults. What I find unattractive is to let an animal that runs through the street eating and smelling feces and and animal that has people’s street spit and people’s street barf and street dirt and street garbage and insects collecting on and attaching itself to these animals paws and to these animal’s hair then to allow these animals to run back back into the owner’s houses to mindlessly spread everything that has attached itself to the animal throughout the house and to allow these animals to jump up and lie on the owner’s bed and let the animal lay on the owner’s couch ( that they then have family children and visitors sit on not disclosing that the couch is actually a big doggy bed, and allows these animals covered in people’s street spit and people’s street barf and street dirt and street garbage and insects to run throughout a house in a way one would never allow a human to do, is a sign of something a questionable relationship in my opinion.

Sarah March 13, 2017 at 8:27 am

hamztly You sound like a lunatic. Dogs aren’t slaves wtf

hamztly March 13, 2017 at 8:50 am

Sarah, are dogs not treated as owned things/objects and treated well or harshly depending on the “owners” mood? Are dogs not used for the owners comfort and companionship and chained and locked up when their company is not convenient to the owner? Are dogs not muzzled and leashed and fenced in when needed, determined by the “owner”? Are dogs not fed and walked at the owners convenience level of care of neglect? There is something slavish about that in my opinion. I don’t think that makes me sound like a lunatic. My significant other baby talks their dog when it suits them and other times leaves them along neglected unfed and without a chance to go to bathroom for long ours. The dog is not free and is a slave to this owners inconsistent personality.

hamztly March 13, 2017 at 8:54 am

“Owners” treat dogs the way 4 year old treat their stuffy toys.

hamztly March 13, 2017 at 9:16 am

“good dog” or “bad dog” or “give me paw” or “gimme paw” or “roll over” or “stay” or “sit” all those commands are how one talks to an inferior life form that has no rights. My significant other talks to people like that sometimes and they cannot stand it when they are not obeyed. Dog owners are engaged in a delusional power game in this way.

DogsNeedToGoAWAY March 13, 2017 at 9:53 am

Sarah,
Dogs are slaves..They were taken out of the woods and hybridized into the freak show we see today..Dogs are meant to live outside. Dogs are taken away from their mothers. Dogs are not fed their natural diet( some idiot dog owners even make their dogs be vegan) in almost all cases..They are saturated in Frontline(a known cancer causing poison) once a month. They are bred or fixed at their owner’s discretion. They are chained up, fenced in tied up on leashes or crated all day long. They are kicked, slapped & shoved away when not convenient, by adults and children alike..I could go on and on..Nutters think they are saving dogs..Nothing could be further from the truth.Nutters are slave owners. Just because a nutter may be nice to a dog, does not negate it’s slave ownership..Even in human slavery, there were slave owners who fed, clothed and were kind to their slaves..They were still slave owners..

DogsNeedToGoAWAY March 13, 2017 at 9:58 am

Harry,
The problem is you know the dog is filthy dirty and yet think it is ok to impose that filth on your fellow human beings..Clowns like yourself are the reason pepper spray was invented in the first place and also the reason many dogs get needlessly sprayed..I wills pray any dog who invades in my personal space. You may find this hard to grasp but the feelings of human beings are paramount over a mutt’s feelings..

hamztly March 13, 2017 at 10:17 am

A pet owner would forgive a dog for defecating multiple times on a good rug or on a couch but not forgive another adult human being for butting in line at a movie or bumping into them while shopping in a market. Weird.

hamztly March 13, 2017 at 10:21 am

My significant other’s dog sleeps on floor on it’s doggy bed in our bed room (a compromise I chose to make) and I have to listen to this dog lick it’s own balls all night long. Lap lap lap lap lap lap lap lap lap all night long.

mfatpony@aol.com March 13, 2017 at 10:48 am

Dogs are inferior. They are man made mutants.
There is a science and behavior mechanism to housetraining pets. Most animals choose to NOT live in their own feces. With little effort you teach the dog to go outside away from it’s living space/den. In fact all reasonable animal training is based on natural behavior. I know a lot of dog owners that have dogs or mixed or purebred that cannot be house trained. it’s a constant ongoing issue in their home. The dogs will even soil while in their crates and lay on it. Dogs will wait until you bring them in and soil the house. Mutants.

hamztly March 13, 2017 at 11:01 am

Correction:

And this idea that dog owners have THAT their dogs love them is bizarre. These dogs wag their tails at anyone who will pet their flea covered bodies and give them a handful of the same food at the same times every day and take them for a walk so they CAN eat and smell other dogs excrement every day. Dogs do not love their pet owners, pet owners are living in a fantasy. People, adults, humans barely have a capacity to express true love FOR people, adults, humans that is not opportunistic and that truly is giving and something that might be called love , …. and pet owners think this stuffy toy piece of property they put a leash on loves them?

hamztly March 13, 2017 at 1:13 pm

Oh man I got carried away with my resentment of dogs and resentment of dog culture and dog owners!! Hey dogsfromhell, any chance you might consider deleting my 9 posts here? If not i will understand. If yes thanks.

mfatpony@aol.com March 13, 2017 at 1:31 pm

hamztly- You should see some of my rants. I do my best work when I’m sleep deprived thanks to barking dogs.

Veronica March 13, 2017 at 1:41 pm

LOL!

DogsNeedToDisappear March 13, 2017 at 3:09 pm

Damn, just had a St. Patrick’s Day potluck and one of my annoying neighbours brought a toy poodle, cradling it in her arms like a baby. It jumped out of her arms, ran all along the length of the table, licking entire dishes of food, defecating on the carpet, running in circles and making an annoying noise like someone had stepped on a whoopee cushion a bunch of times – amazing how one little dog can ruin an entire social event. And the owner, “aww, Ambrosia is such a sweetheart, isn’t she? I think she likes the pumpkin pie you baked, she’s having a taste test!” People who own dogs but can’t be responsible for them really drive me up the wall. >:(

mfatpony@aol.com March 13, 2017 at 4:35 pm

DogsNeedToDisappear-gag. I sure hope you refused to eat.

DogsNeedToDisappear March 13, 2017 at 8:14 pm

@mfatpony: oh yeah, definitely. No way I’d eat any of that food after that ordeal. I honestly don’t understand why a person would bring a dog to a social gathering like that anyway, dog lover or not, without prior permission from the host. I mean that would be like if I walked into a pet store and started ripping open bags of dog treats and eating them. There’s a line between people and animals for a reason. If she had asked to put the dog out in the backyard away from the food I wouldn’t be as angry, but it wouldn’t kill her to tie the dog up in her own yard fora few hours while at these social functions. I’ve been at parties where people have let their dogs in the swimming pool with people (doesn’t the chlorine bother the dogs?) and parties where it was demanded that guests not only bring “people food”, but also a treat or food can for their dog. O_o

mfatpony@aol.com March 13, 2017 at 10:18 pm

DogsNeedToDisappear -I have friends who have dogs one of the many dogs and cats and I am always treated with respect there. Some humans are just severely lacking. I had quite the confrontation with a woman and her fake SD a few years ago and in the heat of the moment she admitted she couldn’t leave her dog at home because the neighbors would complain to the management about the dogs constant barking. Some of these fools are chained to their mutts.

DogsNeedToDisappear March 14, 2017 at 12:28 am

I think that’s the major issue with dogs, not the dogs themselves but the people who own them. There are many responsible owners out there who respect the rights of others, but there are also numerous entitled dog owners who want instant gratification and expect the whole world to open the doors for their pet. I try to avoid those types of people. I do have relatives who own dobermans but the dogs lie in a barn out back and don’t really bother me because they’ve been trained to leave guests alone.

mfatpony@aol.com March 14, 2017 at 8:40 am

DogsNeedToDisappear-My stupid neighbors got a string of texts the other night the last one around 5AM that if the debacle of the previous night was repeated they could expect us to call the sheriff on them again. A lot of what goes on is pure laziness. Someone gets a dog and then the reality that comes attached to that unconditional love hits them in the face. Dogs bark and crap and bark and crap and bark and crap and a lazy dog owner will do anything to shift the blame and try and make you look like the villain.

DogsNeedToDisappear March 14, 2017 at 1:25 pm

True, and it’s a really bizarre mentality that they develop. I’ve heard people say they hate children, babies, cats, bugs, spiders, horses, monkeys and rodents and nobody says that there’s anything wrong with that. But if I say I hate dogs or even “I’m not really a dog person”, all of a sudden my neighbours start blaming me whenever their dog does something stupid. They’re lazy and selfish and I often wonder if they truly love their dogs at all. It’s a twisted kind of love if you’re keeping a dog tied down to a chain and using it as a security blanket whenever human relationships don’t work out for you. I’ve noticed many of my dog-loving neighbours have no kids, are divorced and their only friends are other *cringe* “pet-parents”. So I’m not sure if it’s that they’re too lazy for humans, or if human relationships failed them and they would rather have a dog, but it’s quite weird. Mind you there are many decent dog owners who I get along with, who keep their dog far away from me, and we can just have a normal conversation that doesn’t involve dogs at all. I wish there were more of those people around than the stroppy dog-loving “my dog is my child and everything dumb it does is your fault” kind of people. :-\

mfatpony@aol.com March 14, 2017 at 5:51 pm

Dog owners often seem miserable and to be honest I don’t think many of the like being saddled with that needy beast. I swear they try and inflict them on everyone else because misery loves company. Talk to a dog owner and within a few you’ll start hearing the horror stories and the trail of destruction ,chewing and defecation they live with
Doing laundry today there was some man with his dog in the big lot behind the car wash yelling at his mutt to sit. Over and over and over and over and over and over and over and all the while the thing was totally ignoring him.
In many cases the only way a dog owner , next door SIL case in point , could ever shut her dogs up is to 1 bring them in at night. or 2 sit outside with her hand around their yaps all night. I’m fine with either solution. I’ve had dog owner complain they couldn’t sleep because of their own barking dogs.

DogsNeedToDisappear March 14, 2017 at 8:42 pm

I agree, I think many of them are very miserable people. They probably adopted a dog or purchased one out of a desire for companionship and now feel obligated to keep it and to drag others down with it. It’s almost like the minute they own one they are tethered down to a parasite. Dogs feed off of their owners, draining them financially, emotionally and physically – and mentally too, because many dog owners suddenly begin to develop a strange sense of priorities and the idea that their dog is everything important. Must be some branch of Stockholm Syndrome or something. My next-door neighbours have had CPS show up at their doorstep three times in the past two years because they have a four-year-old daughter who often gets left home alone. “Oh, it’s okay, the dog babysits her, it’s a great watchdog!” With dog owners it’s like suddenly they see everything through rose-coloured glasses and they can sugarcoat everything their dog does to justify bad behavior. “The dog sh*t on the lawn” becomes “aww, Fluffy just left me a little housewarming present!” “The dog bit me” becomes “aww, he’s nibbling my hand, he must be hungry!” and so-on. I could rant on for hours about all the dumb and potentially dangerous things both dogs and dog-owners around me have done, all of which they justify with cutesy baby talk and pointing the blame on whichever devil’s advocate in the neighbourhood just claimed to dislike dogs.

mfatpony@aol.com March 14, 2017 at 10:20 pm

I shop some nice pet stores for my cats. You know that corner shelf where they seem to feel obligated to carry something for a cat. Waiting in line is always an experience. Over half the dog owners think that because you are in a pet store it’s consent to let their mutts run up on you while smiling and talking to the doggie. Oh Dumsiekins is that a person? Dumsikins just wants to sniff you. Dumsikins just wants to be petted. And the shock and horror when you say in a normal voice’ get that thing away from me. I had one woman go stand behind the counter I kid you not. Did she think I was going to eviscerate that poorly behaved foul beast on the spot. I asked you to keep it off me. They get huffy, some blink back tears. And this display is all because you don’t want a strange dog sniffing your crotch.
And with almost all of these fools there is such an obvious need for attention, social petting for having a rescue dog. Half the time if you listen in line they go right to their dogs behavior issues. Some are buying the enzyme cleaners by the gallon.

DogsNeedToDisappear March 15, 2017 at 7:18 am

I briefly worked at a pet store a few years back and the amount of dog people who were just like that is what made me quit. They would bring their dogs right into the store itself, the dogs would get into all the merchandise and it made me want to vomit that the store had baskets of dried pigs’ ears and cow hooves severed from the cow for dogs to chew on. Watching it was like seeing one of those old zombie slasher movies. The owners would get mad at me if I stepped past their dog without petting them. One time somebody brought in a big St. Bernard, like Cujo big. It knocked me over on the floor and proceeded to hump my leg. The owner of the dog blamed me for the incident and claimed that I was “leading the dog on because I was wearing a skirt instead of pants”. Creepy. After all that cr*p I just quit. You can never please dog people or try to reason with them. Cats I don’t mind so much because unlike dogs, cats are usually very shy and don’t often just go up to complete strangers until they get to know them. I’ve never seen a cat eat its own leavings or lick its own crotch. Cats are still animals, but with the right care they can be a lot more sanitary and friendly than dogs. Cats also aren’t as needy; they might want to be petted sometimes but they don’t jump up into the air and lick your face to get your attention. I mean I don’t mean to start a cats vs. dogs debate but I do prefer cats to dogs.

mfatpony@aol.com March 15, 2017 at 11:10 am

If I have to get up at 4AM and call your home to tell you the dog that is your responsibility is yammering it’s head off it says much about YOU as a person. Inconsiderate slob and outright moron.
We got no sleep at all last night but the jerks next door feel that we somehow intruded on their privacy by me standing in the road and taping the dogs yammering and then calling you and telling you to shut your dog up was intrusive.
Our vet has separate areas for dogs and cats. Receptionists spend a great deal of time explaining to dog owners what the signs that say cats only and dogs only mean. Only a dog owner would plop down next to someone with a cat in a crate and then act mad when you told them to get their dogs face away from the crate. Religion and having a dog are guaranteed to lower anyone’s IQ.

Melody March 15, 2017 at 12:48 pm

Ran across this article that says that dogs are the 4th deadliest animal after mosquitoes, humans and snakes. Not sure how I feel about humans being included in a deadliest animals list, but the fact that dogs are so high up there is pretty telling!

https://www.sciencealert.com/these-are-the-world-s-15-deadliest-animals

SR March 15, 2017 at 6:42 pm

Thank you so much for this website. I sometimes feel like I’m an alien from another world who is lacking a gene that makes me immune to dogs. I have disliked them all my life…and now the dog fanatics, crazy dog culture and yes, the stinky mutts themselves I hate ALL OF IT! I have to bite my lip daily because no one I know seems to understand. I swear companies are soon going to give bereavement leave for pets..as I’ve already seen a few people take sick days for this! I’m sorry, but that’s ridiculous.

Along those lines…I’ll share one story. Years ago when I was in my late 20s I lost both of my parents and I was having a very hard time coping. I talked to a psychologist who recommended a local bereavement group and I went to their website and found out that it was a group for people who had “lost family, children, or pets”. PETS. I remember reading that and getting very, very angry. I recall thinking that if I shared with a group what it felt like to lose both my parents and have to take care of my father when he had a terminal case of cancer…watch my mother (his previous caretaker) pass away mostly from the stress of my father’s illness and also help parent my two younger siblings who were not quite adults after our parents died…to try to put into words how horrible and soul wrenching this felt and then to have some nitwit next to me share how Fido just died…I knew I’d punch that person in the face and knock out a few teeth!!!

Needless to say, I never went to the group. Thanks a lot, you dog fanatics!

Thank you for letting me vent. Boy howdy, do I hate dogs. 🙂

Kaleen March 15, 2017 at 8:35 pm

Dogs don’t know how to respect or disrespect. The dog doesn’t know any better.

DogsNeedToDisappear March 15, 2017 at 8:57 pm

Dog people have no sense of boundaries. Signs don’t matter, warnings don’t matter, fences don’t matter; there is literally no corner that they won’t try to bring their dog into. I can’t even go for a walk in the park anymore without seeing dog cr*p everywhere. It was never in such a sorry state until the past decade or so, when the dog entitlement started seeping in. It’s very disappointing to see scenic and historic places destroyed by dogs, and to see the way dog owners will bring their pet to a vet and have no regard for the other animals which happen to be there. At the vet’s office in my hometown, a man brought a dog into the waiting room and it killed a little boy’s pet rabbit in front of him. Personally I think dogs that are going to be around other animals should be muzzled at least until they are away from the other pets, not only for the safety of other animals but also for the dog itself, because smaller prey animals will often fight back when provoked. It would really diffuse any potential danger in these vet clinics.

mfatpony@aol.com March 15, 2017 at 9:07 pm

Kaleen-No the dog doesn’t know any better and thanks to man breeding the mutants they don’t even have any natural instincts left. Dogs are a waste of air. And dog owners are just as bad.

Had Enough w/Canines March 16, 2017 at 6:00 am

Every day, I come to this page. The first comment on this particular page reads from some bozo named Sarah: “I have a dog, I love dogs and I don’t like it when people say s#!t about dogs to me.”

Today, I have had enough with this staring me in the face. Well, Sarah, (who is probably long gone by now)
#1 I don’t like it when people like you make stupid comments like this on this sight.
B. I don’t like when dogs bite me.
#3 When dogs charge at someone and terrorize them.
D. When they pee on my legs, (like one did).
#5 All of the ten reasons why we all here hate dogs.

So you know what, Sarah? Get lost and go back to sleeping with your dog because that’s the only entity that will love you for the way you are.

dogsfromhell March 16, 2017 at 8:25 am

Dogs don’t know how to respect or disrespect. The dog doesn’t know any better

Neither do rats and other vermin yet we hire companies to exterminate them. No one even considers whether “its their fault or not” They are just looking for food and shelter while they wreak havoc in our lives, so we have no problem mitigating the problem. Dogs are still nuisance animals at best even if they “don’t know any better”.

It is simply not a reason to inflict them on others.

dogsfromhell March 16, 2017 at 8:29 am

http://blog.oxforddictionaries.com/2016/01/wreak-havoc-wreck-havoc/

Ever wonder what the difference is between wreak and wreck? Check out the visual used to explain this difference.

Sarah March 16, 2017 at 9:18 am

Hamztly, Some owners might do all this but I think that my dog and pretty much every other dog would much rather be in their home with the family they love than outside in the wild.

And I don’t feed my dog when I please, or play with her when I please or lock her up when I don’t want her around.

I keep her food out all day and she can eat at any time, when she brings me her toy I play with her, and there’s never a time when I lock her up because I don’t want her around.

What you’re discbribing is what you think a dog owner is like.

DogsNeedToGoAWAY March 16, 2017 at 9:33 am

Sarah,
If what you say were true, we wouldn’t see crap bags everywhere..They are in stores, parks, rivers, lakes, streams, hiking trails, biking trails to name a few..The one place they are not, is at home annoying their slave owners.I think you better put the pipe down and step away from the bag..

Nice March 16, 2017 at 11:59 am

At least dogs can be useful, unlike waste of space cats.

I hope a dog walker lets a pack of them loose on your lawn and they take the biggest dump of all time.

DogsNeedToGoAWAY March 16, 2017 at 12:47 pm

Sarah,
I just realized you said wild rather than world. Are you really going to take the stance that it is ok to remove animals from the wild for your own pleasure, and to say the animal is better off or would choose that for themselves if they could? One need only to go the local zoo or to Seaworld to see how miserable animals are who have been removed from their native habitat and forced to accept ” care” from humans..Realize this, everything you do to your dog, goes against it’s nature. The food you feed it, the leash, keeping it indoors, slathering it with frontline and the shots from the vet..If you think any animal would choose that, you are not thinking clearly. You are nothing more than a slave owner.

mfatpony@aol.com March 16, 2017 at 2:01 pm

Dogs are manmade mutants and would not survive in their current mutations in the wild. Although dogs allowed to go feral often form packs that attack domestic pets, livestock and humans.

DogsNeedToGoAWAY March 16, 2017 at 2:21 pm

Agreed, Pony,
I only meant they never should have been taken from the woods and screwed with to begin with..Loose pack dogs are a problem in every country enjoying mild winters..In Costa Rica and Ecuador for instance, there are wild loose dogs all over the streets..They are routinely poisoned but some American nutters have recently been adopting them out to ” rescue” families in the Us..Sickening, while some children in these countries are in need of assistance and are passed over to help these worthless nuisance animals.

dogssuck March 16, 2017 at 3:41 pm

My parents are visiting and have brought their dog – to be fair, the dog is pretty calm and well trained, and I can tolerate him just fine, but it just reinforces to me that I would never want one! He loves to bark in the backyard at the slightest noise, and is always getting up in my business, poking his wet nose in my face. He’s large and he takes up so much space, and dribbles his water all over… not the animal for me!

On an angrier note, I’m so sick of people letting their dogs wander off-leash at parks! It’s not a dog park, the sign says keep your dog on a leash… what makes you think you and your animal are so special that you can let it roam free? I hate going jogging and wondering if the off-leash dog I’m passing is going to chase me. And of course there are always the morons who leave their dog’s disgusting piles of crap on the ground, even though all the parks around here have little stations providing free doggy bags… how lazy and selfish can you get!?

No2dogs March 16, 2017 at 3:48 pm

I understand your feelings and I came here to vent as well. And to find like minded people

Had Enough w/Canines March 17, 2017 at 6:00 am

I’d like to pepper spray those who use dumb excuses for their dog like it doesn’t know any better.
It seems dogs are nutters’ excuse to misbehave in society and get away with it – because they don’t know any better? No, because they are starved for attention of any kind. Some even post on hostile web sites to misbehave.
You want a medal for being kind to your dog? We hate dogs!
It’s kinda sick, don’tcha think? What do you want from us, Sarah?

DogsNeedToGoAWAY March 17, 2017 at 6:51 am

Had Enough w/ Canines,
Boy, do i hear that..If I hear one more time ” it’s not the dogs fault”, I will literally scream..This is the nutter mantra used when bark machines do anything wrong, like maul a two year old child, or bark for 10 hours straight..Guess what nutter? It’s not my fault either. It is not my fault you choose to enslave a mutant crap bag and inflict it on your friends, family and neighbors. It is not my fault i have been driven to spray your dog or even hate your dog..IT”S YOUR FAULT..

Sarah March 17, 2017 at 10:21 am

It’s not like I went into the forest and grabbed my dog out of there and took her home. She was born into a home, just like her parents and their parents and so on. It’s not the same as taking an animal like a monkey or whale right from the wild and into a zoo.

Sarah March 17, 2017 at 10:22 am

And if you hate dogs so much, why are you taking so much time to talk about them.
Usually when normal people hate something they don’t spend all their time talking and stressing about it

DogsNeedToDisappear March 17, 2017 at 10:55 am

@Sarah: : “Usually when normal people hate something they don’t spend all their time talking and stressing about it”

Usually when people like something, like dogs for example, if they come across people who don’t like that particular thing, they just move on and say “okay, I’ll agree to disagree”. Look, nobody on this page has suggested abusing dogs or anything, it’s just that some people find dogs disgusting and invasive and annoying. Should I change my thinking based on your preferences? I was not aware that the world revolved around you and your thinking. Have you considered the fact that some of the people on this site are spending time talking about their hatred for dogs because dog owners just aren’t listening or following the bloody rules? That maybe if dog owners would keep their walking breathing sh*t factories away, would actually train them not to jump up on people, take it seriously when a dog mauls a child or another pet, and not feel so entitled to bring their dog everywhere they please, maybe things would be different? This website should be a guide for all dog owners to follow. Clearly it’s not a case of one insane person ranting on the internet, it’s numerous normal average joes who have had the unfortunate experience of stepping in dog sh*t on their lawn, being bitten by a dog, having their pet attacked by a dog and so-on. Dogs are filthy creatures and the only reason they are domesticated is because wild dogs began scavenging off of rubbish scraps centuries ago that people were leaving out. Like dirty raccoons. Dogs roll in dead things, hump legs, get worms, eat their own leavings, roll in their own leavings, bite, bark loud enough to wake the freakin’ dead – anything else you aren’t understanding here?

DogsNeedToGoAWAY March 17, 2017 at 11:29 am

Sarah,
As long as nutters like you keep giving these mutants homes, other nutters will keep breeding the worthless things. You are part of the problem. We post on this sight because it one of the few places where those of us who have no use for dogs but who are subject to their barking, jumping, crapping all over and biting people can share their disgust with other like minded individuals..This page is a support group..What is odd, is that a nutter like yourself spends so much time here, with people who will never see your point or way of thinking as it is completely foreign to us.

mfatpony@aol.com March 17, 2017 at 11:39 am

Because Sarah I have to do things like call my neighbors on the phone at 3 and 4 AM to tell them to shut their craphound up or we’re calling the sheriff…again.
When I have to carry a sharpened weed cutter out with me to put trash in the bin. When I have to figure out if it’s worth getting involved with the scum that let their pit bull run loose and it darted out on a frontage road causing 1500$ of damage to my car and we’d really like that 500$ back we paid out of our pocket for their negligence. Because I watch a greeter at the store fawn over a filthy matted floor rat in a cart sitting on a dog bed with turds stuck to it.

Why are you as a dog worshiper not out inflicting your mutt and it’s piss and feces on the rest of the world and posting pictures of it lapping out your mouth and lurking here.

SR March 17, 2017 at 2:17 pm

Those of us who refuse to bow down to the dog lobby find solace here. I’ve lurked for quite a while (along with a few other places)…and I used to read the stories and count myself lucky there were no annoying dogs in my neighborhood. But…in the past few weeks some neighbors who must be new have an annoying little yapper that seems to be barking at nothing. It is real nice at 12 am on a work day…thankfully it is not too loud…but I mainly hear the little mutt in my bedroom…and now I have to have a talk with our manager to see what can be done. This used to be a pet free community – but after changing ownership and raising our rents skyhigh, now dogs are welcome…wonderful….:/

We dog haters get little peace or escape in our lives. My FB feed has a very high percentage of dog posts…dog memes…friends with their new dogs…people I genuinely like but they just won’t stop talking about their precious mutts. And then there’s a-hole who drops their little bags of dog doody in my trash can on trash day…I have to put it out the night before…and by the time I get home from work…many times there’s at least one little bag in there. When I first moved here and I got the trash day wrong…there must have been 5 or 6 bags in there. I swear one day I am going to take a sick day so I can find out who the hell is doing this…because I’d really like to put about 100 lbs of dog crap on their front porch!!!

Dog owners have been given way too much freedom. I’ve lost count how many times I’ve had close calls with dogs…and having one sink its fangs into my arms and shake back and forth when I was a little boy hasn’t helped endear me to these vapid, worthless creatures.

Dammit…there goes that little yapper….sigh…and there starts my fantasy of booting it across the street…a guy can dream, can’t he? 🙂

But there is good news! Like that community for retired postal works where NO DOGS are allowed. Sounds like heaven to me…perhaps I should change careers…ha ha ha. 😉

nina March 17, 2017 at 4:42 pm

I can’t decide which I dislike more – ugly little rat dogs that yap and snap, and the owners coo over them and treat them like babies, or large dogs that strain at the leash and jump and snarl and can maul your face off… hmm, what a choice… how about NEITHER!

AnkleBiter March 17, 2017 at 8:48 pm

Hi Nina,
It’s a tough choice. Same as when I ponder if the barking is more annoying than stepping around the piles of doggy excrement on the lawn.

Had Enough w/Canines March 18, 2017 at 8:05 am

Sarah said: “And if you hate dogs so much, why are you taking so much time to talk about them.”
I guess that’s a question, but no question mark was nearby.

I want to know what are you getting out of being here, Sarah? (Notice the use of question marks). Why are you wasting your time here when you should be training your mutt and or yourself to construct a proper sentence?

What is your problem? Just because we find camaraderie with like minds and you have none, doesn’t mean we should cater to what you want us to do. You sound like a very needy person who is extremely controlling, else why hang out in hostile environments and try your hand at changing the attitudes of the hundreds of us here? There are many, many more lurking, reading how ridiculous you sound and we all are laughing and scratching our head trying to … Never mind, you won’t understand. Go back to pushing a rock, and playing kissy face with a crap licking dog.

dogsfromhell March 18, 2017 at 11:52 am

Yesterday I attended the funeral of a dear friend. I walk into the reception area and low and behold one of the funeral staff has a slobbering bull dog with a vest “In Training”. She was beaming from ear to ear while idiots ooogled it. She tried to make eye contact with me for approval but I walked a big path around it. Seriously, are dog nutters SO needy for attention that they will even parade their mutts around at a funeral?! Can even the dead have their day without a flipping DOG up everyone’s ass. Its bad enough that nutters walk their dogs in grave yards while their beasts urinate/defecate on the sites where people honor their loved ones. Dog nutters are the most disrespectful assholes on the planet.You know I am writing a complaint letter.

AnkleBiter March 18, 2017 at 12:38 pm

dogfromhell,
I believe it’s all about attention. I once went to my previous hair salon and in the next chair was a woman holding a dog, kept looking over at me to see if I’d look at it, maybe say how cute it was, etc. Nope. I never made eye contact. Luckily it didn’t bark or annoy anyone but seriously, if a human can’t get a haircut without holding their dog and looking to strangers for approval, they have problems.

mfatpony@aol.com March 18, 2017 at 2:32 pm

It’s easy to spot the fake SD and ESD. The owners are attention seekers.

DogsNeedToDisappear March 18, 2017 at 6:37 pm

@dogsfromhell: I dislike dog owners at the best of times, but if there’s one behavior of theirs that I find most abhorrent and disgusting, it’s bringing dogs to a funeral. I was a teenager when my best friend died, and his grandmother showed up with her stupid yellow lab. All through the ceremony the dog kept barking. It was completely disrespectful on the part of the owner to just assume that during such an event, a dog is a priority. I’ve also seen people bring “therapy dogs” into courtrooms. Like they couldn’t just leave the thing at home for a few hours and realize that some things just matter more than dogs. 🙁

DogsNeedToGoAWAY March 19, 2017 at 7:51 am

Therapy dog = I don’t want to leave my dog at home and i don’t care about anyone but myself. These clowns should get some Xanex if thye cannot handle life.

mfatpony@aol.com March 19, 2017 at 5:52 pm

Generalized anxiety relieved by a therapy dog in public is replaced by generalized anxiety about the dog in public.
They are anxiety facilitators.

Horselova March 20, 2017 at 2:52 pm

You can get away for spraying a dog, but an owner too because he’s mad, I think you’ll have some legal problems.

mfatpony@aol.com March 21, 2017 at 10:22 am

Horselova-Nice twist. Dog owners often go as aggressive as their mutts. You can’t physically attack someone just because they piss you off. That goes for everyone. Also I am not getting by with anything that implies some form of cheating the system. We are allowed to use reasonable force to stop an attack dog or human. So it is my RIGHT to defend myself from your unleashed pos crap filled mutant. Even in off leash areas the laws clearly read dogs must be under the owners control at all times.

SR March 21, 2017 at 8:13 pm

Argh. I was listening to some idiots at work the other day talk about how their neighbors complained about their dogs being let out early in the morning and all the barking and that they would call the police if the dogs didn’t stop. I actually heard one of them say “I told my neighbors to shove it – the city law is the police will only come if there is at least 15 minutes of continuous barking and my dogs only bark for 5-10 minutes tops”. I heard the rest of the guys chuckle and I had to restrain myself from going over and telling them off.

Funny part, I don’t know these guys very well but my observation has been that they are pretty self centered – always very loud talkers and don’t seem to care that other people around them might be trying to work. Assholes. :/

I’m starting to realize that there are but a few good dog owners out there, but the vast majority of them are lunatics who don’t care about anyone else outside their immediate circle of friends and family. Narcissists who never think about community and being kind to strangers…ie the golden rule. And they say we are heartless people because we don’t like noisy, obnoxious and stupid animals who eat their own feces.

I only have a minor in Psychology, but there is something very wrong going on with these people. Especially the ones who profess to love their dogs more than people…something very wrong indeed.

mfatpony@aol.com March 21, 2017 at 11:11 pm

SR- those neighbors might get a surprise if the neighbors dig a little deeper into local laws and ordinances. Some towns have noise restrictions/ordinances between certain hours of the night into early morning.
You can also tape the barking and if you prove they are a contiguous disruption to your right to enjoy your home you might win a settlement. You can’t let your mutt out to bark for 10 minutes every hour.
Call the police anyway they are there to keep the peace and a record of calls is a good thing for a court case.
You can do what I did. Text Shut your dog up over and over to their phone until they shut the dog up, Call them at 4AM and tell them to shut their dog up, call again and tell them to shut their dog up, call again and tell their answering machine to shut their dog up and then don’t hang up. My SIL finally got the message but she has a short brain stem so the dogs will be barking again and we will rinse and repeat because dog owners are stupid.

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