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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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Just Not a fan of Dogs December 25, 2017 at 1:55 pm
mfatpony@aol.com December 25, 2017 at 3:26 pm

JNAFODs-This is the true selfishness of the low intelligence people that choose to have these monsters as pets. If they only turned on their adult owners I’d say it was just cleaning out the gene pool.
Much like the woman who was mauled to death by her two pits in the woods I have little sympathy for her or her idiot family that is STILL in denial.
Of course good old Mickey ripped the face off a child and they blamed the toddler for a maniac breed that can inflict this kind of damage with one good rip.

mfatpony@aol.com December 25, 2017 at 3:37 pm

Note in the story she was working to rehab this messed up piece of crap so it could be adopted. Thankfully the dog got the idiot handler instead of a hapless victim or their children or neighbors.
Also there is the usual blithering about the signs that a dog is ‘ uncomfortable’. Why do we allow dog breeds to exist that can adult humans. But WAIT I thought she was experienced ????
Rescues the word applied loosely here are often no more than clearing houses for dogs with aggression issues that some fool deludes themselves have been fixed because every aspect of the dogs environment is controlled.
Akitas are every bit as bad as pits and the rest of the human maulers and killers that should be banned. I left a job because a boss had one that ran loose. It attacked the handyman that hand raised it a few weeks later. Unlike pits you know when an akita is stalking you. They are one more filthy dangerous breed that should be outlawed.
Rescues need to be held legally accountable when one of their rehab dogs goes nuts and mauls or kills instead of blaming the victims for being sucked into the delusion they are just misunderstood breeds.
Again I have no sympathy for her death. She choose to swim with sharks.
Note in the story she was working to rehab this messed up piece of crap so it could be adopted. Thankfully the dog got the idiot handler instead of a hapless victim or their children or neighbors.
Also there is the usual blithering about the signs that a dog is ‘ uncomfortable’. Why do we allow dog breeds to exist that can adult humans. But WAIT I thought she was experienced ????
Rescues the word applied loosely here are often no more than clearing houses for dogs with aggression issues that some fool deludes themselves have been fixed because every aspect of the dogs environment is controlled.
Akitas are every bit as bad as pits and the rest of the human maulers and killers that should be banned. I left a job because a boss had one that ran loose. It attacked the handyman that hand raised it a few weeks later. Unlike pits you know when an akita is stalking you. They are one more filthy dangerous breed that should be outlawed.
Rescues need to be held legally accountable when one of their rehab dogs goes nuts and mauls or kills instead of blaming the victims for being sucked into the delusion they are just misunderstood breeds.
Again I have no sympathy for her death. She choose to swim with sharks. http://people.com/crime/woman-mauled-akita-dog-rescue-organization/

D December 25, 2017 at 3:40 pm

Merry Xmas to all!

Told M how I feel about the dog and she said we are keeping the dog because of the money she put into it. I am calmer but still ticked at her for this horrible situation. It was the worse decision thus far.It barks just to bark and its driving me nuts.

The owner took the dog’s collar off to “let it breathe”. I put it the cage to go do what i was doing.

It starts barking and the owner says let him out. I do thinking it just wanta to run for a bit… I was wrong. It pees on the L R floor so much it leaks to the cellar. Who gets blamed for not gettingit out in time? ME….

Everyone keeps telling me I have to train it and ignore it when its barking its head off.

I will update periodically.

I will never get another dog after this one passes.

mfatpony@aol.com December 25, 2017 at 3:40 pm


over 10K donated so far for this idiots funeral. How many times have we seen almost no donations for the victims of these dog breeds ?

mfatpony@aol.com December 25, 2017 at 4:01 pm

It really goad my insides to see the outpouring of sympathy in the dognutter community for the idiots that think rehabbing dangerous dogs to pass out to the general public is some kind of heroic service. Again their only concern is the DOG not the humans or any potential human victims.
We need to move to a way of thinking were there is no sympathy for people or their supporting families that engage in keeping, rehabbing or breeding breeds of dogs that can and will maul and kill human beings. That’s not counting the millions of other animal victims of these monster breeds.
The husband of the woman mauled to death is asking people not to blame the breed (Akita) or his wife for her death. We should be thankful this dog attacked and killed HER in fact instead of innocents.

Wayne Webb December 25, 2017 at 4:49 pm

Make a law by which if your dog kills someone(other than the stupid owner), it;s an automatic life sentence.That would put these idiots into a very different way of thinking.

mfatpony@aol.com December 25, 2017 at 6:55 pm

If you choose to own a dog breed that has been known to kill the death penalty should be on the table. There are several cases every year where a parent is weeping because the family pit ate the baby. Why aren’t those idiot parents in jail ?
Pitnitwits like to go to bite statistics which if organized better would be in level of severity not frequency. we all know floor rats are biters but they aren’t fatal maulers. My own niece who I thought had some intelligence had a picture of her mastiff and small children. I’d feel the same about here if that dog killed one of her children.

Zero Bark Space December 27, 2017 at 2:25 am
D December 27, 2017 at 6:32 am
jim c December 28, 2017 at 5:09 am


This is the earliest version of the Khan the wonder dog story I could find.

Notice the date – 2007. Ten years earlier in Australia. In these ten years the story has circled the globe appearing in countless newspapers giving a totally false, fantasy based, impression of dogs.

What the story amounts to is that an irresponsible parent left a 17 month old toddler unsupervised in a garden with a large, unknown, dog and in an area where venomous reptiles are common. What happened next is anyone’s guess but the altruistic hero dog is among the least likely explanations.

It could be that Mrs Catherine Svilicic came across a sick dog and a crying toddler who had fallen over and interpreted the scene according to her dog based delusional system. This would be similar to these silly stories of firefighting dogs whose barking woke their owner and “saved” them from a house fire. In these cases the dogs bark out of self interest. They are interested in saving themselves, not their owners but faulty motives are attached to the dog’s behaviour. In all of the fire fighting dog stories, it’s a neighbour or a passer by who saves the family. The dog does nothing.

Mrs Svilicic could have believed her story but she also could have deliberately invented it to take attention away from her feckless parenting. “Unsupervised toddler narrowly avoids snake bite”, would not provide the same impression as this candy coated nonsense.

There might be a different story here which has been elaborated and embroidered by reporters, an occupation where lies, distortions and exaggerations are commonplace. A reporter could have come across an uninteresting story about a dog bitten by a snake and changed the story to suit the needs of the local paper.

The story could be a total invention from start to finish.

Newspapers print this kind of stuff because it attracts an audience. However, it is extremely irresponsible to peddle fairy tales of this kind but minimise scientific evidence that contradicts the fairy tale. Attempts to study dog loyalty tend to come up with the conclusion that dogs always operate out of self interest. When you look at any proper scientific studies into dogs (independent, peer reviewed and with a large sample size) the only conclusion you can come to is that dogs are opportunistic, self centred parasites.

What is particularly vile about this story is that it promotes the myth of the babysitter or nanny dog, a belief that has led to death and disfigurement for many thousands of children.

nodogs4me December 28, 2017 at 7:43 am

It is awful when dog owners think this kind of behavior is acceptable. Shows no responsibility


mfatpony@aol.com December 28, 2017 at 3:28 pm

nodogs4me-I didn’t read it but I’ve heard it a million times. Doggers will tell you it’s normal for dogs to kill cats. In fact many of them seem to think it’s normal for them to attack cats, other dogs, wildlife, livestock and humans.
This one is so bad you couldn’t make it up. Today I seen a SD eat another dogs crap and the owner of the SD started whacking the dog and yelling at it. Dog owners are just nuts.

Comichoso December 29, 2017 at 3:51 am

I always check the comment sections on pitbull attack articles, and maybe its just me, but people seem to finally, start to come around. Ive noticed that at least 50% of the comments are people speaking against pitbulls and dangerous dogs in general. A year ago anyone who would post something like that would be trampled under a torrent of bulls**t pro-dog arguments. Doesnt seem to be the case anymore, so good news? This one comment made me laugh, despite the fact that its a horrible situation:

“They are actually the nicest dogs on earth dont let the death toll fool you. Just because they are capable of making sudden choices that result in mortal danger and horrific death to anyone around them doesnt mean that every kindergarden and petting zoo shouldn’t have 3”

mfatpony@aol.com December 29, 2017 at 8:16 am

Without a doubt the moronic photographer who put wreaths of flowers on the heads of pit bulls in a failed attempt to make them look pretty and nice shows how delusional these pitnitwits are.

Melody December 29, 2017 at 11:47 am


The shelter saying the pit bull was probably scared of the toddler and that’s why it attacked. Come on. At least this one didn’t have a chance to kill.

Sam December 29, 2017 at 5:53 pm

…… yeah I hate dogs.

Starshine December 30, 2017 at 12:38 pm

As always when new years eve is close, there are stories in the newspapers about people wanting to ban fireworks because the “poor” doggies can’t stand the noise. What they always fail to mention is that dogs make far more noise every day all year round. If they’re going to make things illegal based on the noise it makes, dogs should be banned before anything else.

mfatpony@aol.com December 31, 2017 at 12:47 pm

Starshine – wonderful comment and so true.

Mary January 4, 2018 at 12:16 pm

Hello, I hope everyone is having a nice week. There is just somethibg I need to point out…you people who agree with this sad persons view are discusting. Dogs are wonderful animals that experience emotions and experience life almost as humans do. I have always had a dog through my entire life and never once had they attacked me or anyone in my family. Dogs only attack if they are scared, they don’t trust anyone, or they’re abused. People in this chat who are saying they kick and hurt their dogs are probably horrible people and you might disagree. You may say how dogs are gross or something redicous like that. That truth is no matter what you say or do more than half of America loves dogs you are just people who have no heart and I feel bad for what ever children you may have or you do have. You can say what ever you want to me you people are discusting and deserve what ever you get. Also if you have time to be constantly commenting on this that’s just sad. Also to the man who wrote this…the fact that the only thing you can think to do is channel your hate into a stupid little post. Well I’m sorry I honestly feel bad..

JaimeKittens January 7, 2018 at 2:10 am

I PRAISE YOU FOR CREATING THIS SITE. dogs are loathsome, stink filled creatures and everyone loses their shit over them and its so damn annoying that they are everywhere

dogsfromhell January 9, 2018 at 7:11 am

And here’s the daily pit mauling report- http://www.ntd.tv/2018/01/08/dad-saves-1-year-old-daughter-from-vicious-dog-attack including quote from nutter below.

“The family had owned the dog for five years. According to a preliminary investigation, the attack was unprovoked. The dog had no known history of violence or aggression.
Ron Goulart, the father’s uncle who lives across the street from the family, said dogs usually got along with the 1-year-old girl.
“She’s a cute little bunny,” Goulart told Boston 25 News. “Maybe a year old now. She’s very good. The dogs always got along with her, so I don’t know what happened”

What HAPPENED was that you got a pit bull. The excuses are like a script. You’d think they memorized the mantra before being allowed out of the dog recycling factory with pit in tow. How many children need to be sacrificed at the alter of the pit bull before someone in government does somethimg about this???

dogsfromhell January 9, 2018 at 7:13 am

Starshine- spot on.

mfatpony@aol.com January 9, 2018 at 8:21 am

Mary-You are stupid. You also like most doggers have severe reading comprehension.
I HATE DOGS. So I don’t have one. No one here condones abusing them just not having them or being forced to listen to the hours of unattended barking that is so common when we have someone like YOU for a neighbor.
Dog owners believe they have the right to intrude into your life because you drag around a parasitic opportunistic man made mutant that resource guards you because you feed it. But that’s not my business as long as you keep it in your yard, on a leash, shut it up and clean up the mounds of crap that dog owners with nice yards have because they walk the mutt and let it crap and piss on everyone else’s property.
For everyone else. I stopped at PetNotSoSmart yesterday for some supplies for my cats and that little island by the front of the store was filled, filled,filled to the brim with dog crap. They do provide bags and disposal right there. Arms reach but still the cretin dog owners refuse to clean up their dogs waste.

mfatpony@aol.com January 9, 2018 at 5:41 pm

DFH the next child mauled or killed should have the parents , dog owners charged with attempted murder or murder. You have be freaking dense to leave your baby with a dog. You have to outright stupid and negligent to leave them with any of the bully breeds.
Notice that somehow the blame is shifted to the child.

jim c January 10, 2018 at 1:57 pm

your contribution is insulting, aggressive and deceitful.

Agreeing with the owner of this blog does not make me disgusting. Dogs are everything he says they are.

If you are going to claim that dogs are wonderful then you have to provide some evidence or some kind of argument to support this. e.g. what do dogs do that is particularly wonderful? Cows, sheep, pigs and chickens are as intelligent as dogs and have their own animal appropriate emotions and thoughts but you, presumably, are quite happy that they lead a brutish existence right up to the minute they are despatched and put in a can for your dog to feed on. The average pig is capable of bonding emotionally with humans and has a level of self awareness that no dog has ever been able to achieve but they are cut up and fed to a much less worthy animal. Why are dogs elevated in this way? They contribute nothing.

Dogs do not have human type emotions and do not experience life in the same way as humans. Only humans experience life in this way. Dogs have dog thoughts, dog emotions and experience life in a dog way.

You then try to insult us with the type of pretzel logic common among dog idolators. The name for it is, “arguing from the specific to the general.” Here’s a statistic for you from the World Health Organisation. Dog attacks kill 24,000 humans every year making dogs the most dangerous four legged animal on the planet. Dog attacks disfigure and disable an unknown number of people every year blighting their lives. How many relatives of these 24,000 people do you think would gain comfort from the fact that you have never been bitten. Do you see the flaw in your logic? This is the type of faulty logic used with the hero dog argument. i.e. if one dog is proven to be a hero, then they are all heroes.

You claim that dogs only behave aggressively within a narrow range of circumstances. How do you know this? Did you or anyone else survey and question a sample of killer dogs? It’s fairytale belief. Dogs are predatory carnivores. It is their nature to kill. Dogs are equal opportunity killers. They don’t just kill humans. They’ll have a go at any wildlife and domestic livestock as well as other dogs. I invite you to research statistics about dog carnage on other animals.

In 2015 pit bulls in the U.S. killed more than 24,000 other dogs, nearly 13,000 cats; perhaps 9,000 hoofed animals; and between 30,000 and 45,000 small mammals and poultry. That’s just pit bulls, the famous nanny dogs. Can you explain what is wonderful about any of that?

No-one in “this chat” claims to hurt or kick their dogs.

If, as you claim, more than half of America loves dogs, it doesn’t make it right. History is full of obnoxious ideas that the majority of people used to believe and, thankfully, don’t believe any more. I sincerely hope that people in the future will look back at this idiotic dog worship craze and wonder what got into us.

One of the problems with dog worshippers like you Mary is that they know nothing at all about dogs.

D January 10, 2018 at 3:34 pm

Hello all,

Family has not seen what I been trying to say to them.They make excuses for it all the time.

It has woken me up at 3:30am and 5:30am this week.

I am tired and currently have a migraine. M says she wont get rid of it. It always seems to get crazy when I’m the only one in the house. It keeps me up at night with it’s stupid barking! Then M gives into the dog by letting it come upstairs with us. I have voiced my concerns but they fall on deaf ears. This dog has given me nothing but frustration and poop and barking since it got here. I want it gone.

The owner is away and the dog bugs me so much!

Hope things get better soon.

Quetzal January 12, 2018 at 8:59 pm

I cannot express how much I hate dogs. They’re disgusting, loud, obnoxious little creatures with no sense of self preservation. Even the word “dog” sounds like a filthy word. A curse.

According to a family friend on New Year’s eve three of their dogs had somehow escaped the yard and eventually they crawled their way back home the next morning. The idiotic dog owner’s story was that someone had apparently cut through the fence and had stabbed their dogs for some unknown reason. Any intelligent person would have known that these miserable stupid creatures had in fact torn through the fence with their mouths and claws in an attempt to escape. It certainly wouldn’t be the first time. The injuries were most certainly not from stab wounds, but the result of the wire cutting into their flesh as they gnawed their way through the fence. One of the dogs is now in a critical condition at the vets. The fool dog owner doesn’t have the funds to save them. It would most certainly be in their best interest to euthanize the dog to spare it such a painful death, especially since the owner does not have the money for such an expensive procedure, and keeping it alive while waiting for sufficient funds is surely cruel. But no, the dog worshiping nut-head has decided to start a ridiculous “go fund me” foundation. The dog’s already elderly as it its, why spend thousands of $$$ when it will only live perhaps for a few more years? It’s one of those short lived bull dog breeds that has been so inbred that it’ll be lucky to live for half a decade.

Of course, they’re not going to receive a dime from me. I’ve got my own life to look after, especially in this economy. To add insult to injury I’ve been looking at some equipment to further aid me in my wildlife research. There’s no money to be made in conservation, and for that I’m living in trying conditions. But it’s a good cause. Our wildlife is more precious than disgusting destructive foreign animals such as dogs. I asked my brother if they could contribute towards the equipment, and that I would pay them back on a monthly basis. I thought it was a reasonable request, considering that they owed me for four birthday gifts in which I received nothing, and not counting the one coming up soon in the next couple of weeks. They then turned around and told me that they had already donated nearly one thousand towards the injured dog and that I wasn’t going to receive diddly squat.


Really. How stupid can an animal be to ruin its body beyond repair just to escape and chase the New Year’s celebrants milling about the streets? It leaves me speechless. And of course. The wretched dog owners. They’re everywhere. I’m already an odd ball and have already been shunned by the masses, but when I mention my dislike for dogs they either laugh at me, think I’m insane, or just a plain terrible person. Whenever I visit my parents’ place their obnoxious toy breed dogs growl and bark at me. One of them has bitten me on a few occasions. Each time it happens, they blame me. I must have done something to the dog. It just doesn’t like me. Whatever. In reality I’ve done nothing to the damned dog. I ignore it. But delusional dog worshiping fanatics refuse to see the truth. As a result I hardly ever see my family anymore.

I hate dogs. They’ve quite positively ruined my life and torn my family apart.

dogsbane January 13, 2018 at 11:08 pm

I think it is worthy of mention that a common trait among dog owners is a terrible deep seeded need for attention. As mentioned in other posts here, dogs depend on us for stimulation and food. It stands to reason that a dog will be overcome with “affection” towards you when you come home after putting it on sleep mode while you were at work. This is not love and it is not human emotion. The animal is only wild with anticipation after being unnaturally confined in a house all day with nothing to do. Our ancestors are ultimately to blame but the onus currently lays on the shoulders of dog owners, who as I see it, own living slaves as a means of self gratification and entertainment. Pretty much every visceral, hateful, anti-dog sentiment (which I share very, very deeply) has already been mentioned. I will say this however- we are blessed that the mongrels that defile our world have relatively short lives. I say be strong and mentally hardened. Tell your dog loving friends that you hate dogs. Tell them to put that shit away when you come to visit and to never bring it around you.

Starshine January 18, 2018 at 12:35 pm

I do believe many dog owners have some deep seated need for affection and attention. Many of them state that they care more for their dog than their own family, and I wonder if that’s because they can’t stand being around someone that can actually talk back to them.
It’s such a strange world where some people waste all their time and money on a dog rather than fellow human beings or other worthy causes.

I was in a mood for some Leonard Cohen and started thinking about that line in his song “Everybody knows” where he talks about people having this broken feeling like their father or their dog just died. Considering his satirical dark look on the world, I wonder if he was making a point when mentioning dogs there. We do live in a crazy time where many people seriously think that losing a dog is equal to losing a parent or other family member. Considering how the early death of Cohens father deeply affected his life, I wonder if that line was another satirical attack on people’s skewed priorities just like the rest of the song was.
The dog nutters won’t realize how crazy their priorities are however. Not until they one day end up alone and sick and their dog is unable and unwilling to shop for them, make their food, call an ambulance when needed and hold their hand at the hospital. At that point, even the dog nutters might realize their dogs are freaking useless “family members”.

mfatpony@aol.com January 18, 2018 at 3:23 pm

Here is something to consider. Pets are a reflection of the owner.
My cats are happy well behaved and cope with me being gone 8plus hours a day. I don’t come home to pet hell.
My SILs dogs and my inlaws ALL of their dogs and cats are ill mannered and the dogs vicious and dangerous or so neurotic you can’t tell the difference. All of them. Each and everyone. Even the ones they take on that start out as fairly normal turn to pure crap in their care.
When you have constant encounters over loose , vicious dogs you have to pepper spray for your own safety or you have to complain over and over what you are seeing is the inside of the person who owns them. You can’t get anywhere with these uncivilized loons because they are assholes just like their dogs. The dog is just the reflection. The same would apply to these needy yammering mutts that can’t be left alone for 5 minutes without chewing the house down. They are that way because the owner is that way. Insecure.

Quetzal January 18, 2018 at 6:48 pm

Interesting that you should mention that mfatpony. I have a friend that has dogs and cats, and each and every one of the animal has turned out to be neurotic problem animals. Even when as puppies and kittens they appeared to be relatively sane.

I don’t keep dogs, and never will again, but I do have a cat. My cat appears to be fairly normal compared to my friend’s cats. He’s well behaved. Does his business in the litter box. Doesn’t pull out his hair and has no bold patches. The only furniture my cat is allowed to jump on is the bed, couch, and his cat scratch. Everything else is off limits. Yet my friend’s cats jump on everything. The kitchen bench (stealing food), the cupboards, the shelves (always some ornament is being knocked off and broken), the fridge, the TV, and whatever else they can reach. Their use of the litter box is hit and miss, too. Most of them are borderline feral and hate other people.

Don’t get me started on the dogs. They’re probably some of the most insane dogs I’ve ever seen. Not one of them is toilet trained. They jump all over you. Bark like mad. Steal food at every opportunity they get. If you don’t pat them they literally get in your face and scream their heads off (still I won’t pat hem, I only pat well behaved dogs). They’re constantly growling, and fighting each other, and they’re always chasing and terrorizing the cats. It’s just madness in their house. And did I mention filthy? It’s absolutely revolting. There’s hair everywhere. Piss and shit stains everywhere. The sink is stacked full with unwashed dishes. Some have been there for so long that they now have mold.

I prefer to live in quite, clean conditions. It’s probably why I only keep quite animals that generally take care of themselves, I suppose. Another thing I hate about dog owners is how vicious and insensitive they are to the wildlife. Just about every dog owner I know has a vendetta against our native snakes. I live in Australia and yes we do have many highly venomous snakes, and no, they don’t wantonly chase and kill dogs for the sake of it. Once again, delusional dog owners blame anything but themselves and their dogs. Snakes do not go out of their way to attack dogs. I often find it’s the complete opposite. Dogs will actively chase and harass snakes and when the snake finally has to defend its very life and defensively strikes at the dog, moronic dog owners gather their shovels and attempt to decapitate every snake insight, while proclaiming their filthy canine “friends” as heroes for defending the family and home. Utter nonsense. I try my utmost to educate such people that snakes will generally leave you alone if you leave them alone. Most, if not all snake bites only occur when people (or animals) are attempting to catch and kill snakes. If you give them the opportunity, they will flee from you. Their venom is a precious commodity, it’s primary use is to disable prey. They don’t want to waste it on predators if they can avoid it. But talking to dog owners is akin to talking to a brick wall. So thick and stubborn.

Quetzal January 18, 2018 at 6:54 pm

Out of interest, what is everyone’s response when you discuss your dislike for either a friend or family member’s dogs and you would like them to either be put outside or locked in another room and they come back with – “Don’t like my dog? Don’t come here then”.

mfatpony@aol.com January 18, 2018 at 7:20 pm

I don’t go anywhere I have to tolerate a dog especially when there is food involved.
Normal people put their pets in a quiet room to avoid stressing the animal and the guests. Only buffoons insist you have to eat with a dog walking around grabbing food and yammering on and on. I’ve been a few places where I wasn’t too impressed with the cats.
The phrase if you don’t like our dogs/cats whatevers don’t come here is usually a loose translation that you are going to subject yourself to hell , dog hair, crap in the house and a canine monster that will be allowed to jump and slobber all over you.

Just Not a fan of Dogs January 19, 2018 at 4:16 pm

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