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 🙁

2,209 thoughts on “Top 10 Reasons Why I Hate Dogs

  1. My Turkish friend Hamza is scared of flying, and he will be going back to Ankara for a couple weeks next month.
    Hamza could have done two things, discounting the “don’t go” option, because it’s his mom’s funeral.
    here are the options:
    1. get an emotional support animal to bring with him.
    2. bring a friend along.

    Hamza chose to bring me along instead of getting a dog or horse. He says he’d rather have a human hand to hold during the flight and somebody to chat with rather than a dog that will druel all ove rhis lap.
    Hemy will let me go with Hamza to Turkey for a week so I can be there with him for the plane rides.
    I’ve done this with Hemy when she was scared of flying, so now I will be there for Hamza so he can fly happily, and so he would have a friend there while grieving. Plus I’ll enjoy the trip quite a bit, and am honored he chose me.
    Plus, it’s better to hold on to a person’s hand and have somebody to chat with when you are scared of flying.
    That’s how I have helped many other people who were scared of flying, give them a hand to hold and somebody to chit chat with for hours.

    So, next month, I get to go to Turkey!

    If only dog nutters would realize the advantages of holding a human hand and chatting with a person when you are scared on a plane.
    Oh and Hamza did that whe nhe came to Canada too, it helped keep him at least not so freaked out.
    Also, who would you rather have with you when this flight is taking you to your mother’s funeral, a dog that doesn’t care or a friend you can hold on to and talk to?

  2. Hello

    I can’t remember if I posted about this, but I wanted to fill you in on a choice my friend Hamza could have made. This is for all those dog nutters who obsess about service animals for people on planes.
    next week he has to fly home to Ankara for his mother’s funeral, and he has a strong fear of flying, even though he came here to Canada.
    Somebody suggested to Hamza to get a service dog, but Hamza decided that he’d rather have a friend with him to hold on to during the flight and to talk to him when he needs to, and he’s going to need to.
    I am honored to be the one that he is choosing to bring with him, and I will do my best to help him however I can, even if it’s just as simple as holding his hand during the plane rides.
    Could a service dog chat with you and hold your hand when you are scared of a flight?
    Could a service dog listen to your memories of your mother that helped you become the person you are today?
    Could a service dog relate to your pain of losing a loved one?
    Hamza had those questions, and he had an answer, and that answer is no.
    He’d rather have a human hand to hold on to during the plane rides, he’d rather have a human tell him to stay strong during the funeral service and before and after.
    He’d rathe rbe able to talk to someone rather than have to just take care of something that just exists there.
    I also want to thank Henrietta for letting me go with Hamza to Ankara, even though she cannot come due to work.
    When I get back in a couple weeks I will tell you how it went, and then hopefully that will prove how having a human hand to hold on to is much better than a dog for emotional support.
    what do you guys think? did Hamza make the right choice?

  3. I have no clue and fewer by the day what anyone sees in a dog. They are smelly, noisy and just gross in their habits. I am sick of seeing the fake service dogs everywhere being ill behaved with their owners shoving them in everyone’s face. GET THAT THING AWAY FROM ME!!! I thought the dogger was going to faint.

  4. @mfatpony

    I agree with you. I can’t stand these dogs and dog lovers. I was woken up at 830am today for this barking mutt. Now i have the shakes and have to try and get more sleep. No other animal that I know makes noise just to make noise. I would rather have almost anything else than a mutt in the house.

  5. leaving today to Ankara, I hope I can prove to at least somebody that having a friend is much better than having a service dog for emotional support. I want to prove that Hamza made the right choice by choosing me over any service dog that people were offering him.

  6. B I see your misery continues. Invest in some noise cancelling headphones. There are a lot of products on the market your other option is one of the more powerful pocket sonic dog deterrents.
    I have personally wondered what would happen if I took one of those and aimed at my neighbors feeding the noise through an electronic mega phone. Just thinking out loud.

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