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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 🙁

{ 46 comments… read them below or add one }

mfatpony@aol.com March 14, 2018 at 1:24 pm

Wayne its called SSS shoot shovel and shut-up.

Wayne March 14, 2018 at 1:28 pm

dirt nap

I Detest Dogs March 15, 2018 at 5:46 pm

This was on the news I think yesterday if you haven’t seen it yet.

Now another screw-up got two dogs mixed up and one got sent to Japan and is now being sent back home on a charter flight nonetheless. Here’s the link to that.

On another note, if you guys like the X-Men, you might be interested in reading this chapter I will be publishing up on Fanfiction in a day or two, berating dog lovers, and their stereotypical behavior. In fact, there are a few nods to this site and stories I have read here. So it’s worth the read. Let me know how I did. So, when it is up I’ll let you all know and send the link, and the next one will be pretty interesting too. Just so you know if you haven’t ever seen the X-Men The Animated Series, and don’t know, Morph is a shapeshifter, like Mystique, only he looks totally normal, and is a jokester.

mfatpony@aol.com March 15, 2018 at 8:59 pm

Wayne- With all of the crap and often heartache caused by roaming mutants the owners never see anything wrong with their mutts behavior just the reaction decent humans have when confronted by the insanity spewed out by dog lovers. They will make any excuse (reference Mickey the Mauler) and justify it no matter who or what has been maimed and killed by one of their beasts. That isn’t even delving into the insanity of the non stop barking dogs or their piles of crap left everywhere.
The dog owner will sometimes offer to replace whatever their mutant has shredded and killed but in 25 years out here not one has ever followed though. You’d have to drag their broke backsides into court and then try and collect the judgment and since people using food stamps and every other form or social assistance seem to have the means to support and feed 5 dogs they are mostly judgment proof. Yeah they can’t feed, house or pay any of the expenses with the children they bring into the world but have a big wallet when buying the dog food. And as most of us here know getting AC off their backsides especially in rural areas requires an act of the gods.
Sadly we had to resort to a threat of suing and disposing of my SILs dogs the next time they menaced one of us. I doubt she has anything to get but it sure would jack their lives up to carry a judgment on their credit report for years.
There was a story on my local FB page about a dog owner who lost their St. Bernard who as they said ‘ liked to roam’. No chastising from the police who run the page just a plea to let anyone know if they seen the dog. The dog was running loose but all anyone could talk about was how horrible and worry something had happened to the mutt. I hope it’s taking a dirt nap. Prob out killing things and chasing livestock or caused damage to someone’s car if they hit it.

mfatpony@aol.com March 16, 2018 at 5:59 pm

I Detest Dogs- If you wrote about hating cats you would probably pick up readers. The whole dog worship thing is appalling.

Just Not a fan of Dogs March 16, 2018 at 6:39 pm

I hate posting sad news, but here goes. (Just Like what pitnutters tend to shout, “Blame the owner not the animal!!!!!!”)


mfatpony@aol.com March 16, 2018 at 8:50 pm

Because they’re invasive in that state they couldn’t just release the turtle and it also begs the question why was a wild animal that had no permit being kept in a classroom to begin with.
The joke is I bet that teacher has dogs. Only dog nutters commit these kinds of nutty antics. I simply haven’t met that many people who commit animal cruelty that don’t have dogs, cats are a close second but dog owners either abuse their own mutts or defend their meat grinder for killing other dogs and animals. BTW lets follow this nuttery to find out where the puppy came from.

Quetzal March 16, 2018 at 8:56 pm

So if they fed a baby turtle to a dog no one would bat an eyelid. Typical.

mfatpony@aol.com March 17, 2018 at 7:20 am

Quetzal-I think most of us despite hating dogs could agree that putting a puppy in an aquarium with a predator to be killed or eaten alive is disgusting and shows signs of mental illness. In the US we do not see cats and dogs as a food source or an expendable protein to feed wild animals in captivity. It’s called being civilized , something that in my opinion most dog owners are in very short supply of.
But you are correct loose dogs kill and maim wild, domestic and livestock and lets us not forget the human victims while the dog owners say they’re just acting like dogs. Which to me only validates our hatred and disgust to of these man made mutants.

Kinno March 23, 2018 at 2:48 am

my name is kinno, I have a strong dislike to all who own dogs. I just want them to pull there sh** together.

Steve March 24, 2018 at 3:42 am

There is yet another reason to hate dogs.

They completely destroy any chance of what would otherwise be a quiet, pleasant and peaceful walk in the park.

There is always some stupid dog of its leash, that bounds up to you, either wanting to jump up at you with it’s dirty paws and disgusting, slobbering mouth. Or it becomes immediately aggressive as you soon as you go anywhere near it.

The owners are either unwilling or incapable of controlling their dogs. Even if they are try to be “responsible”, their commands to the dog are usually ignored.

I totally despise them and their selfish owners.

mfatpony@aol.com March 25, 2018 at 8:15 am

Another reason to loath dogs. I need to buy two cat harnesses. No matter where you search on what site the first thing that pops up is a drooling slobbering mutt in a harness. For anyone interested a cats anatomy is different than a dogs and there is no such thing as a multi purpose harness.
There is no filter that works.

Harvey March 31, 2018 at 2:13 pm

Saw this on the news the other nite.https://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/crime/article/4-year-old-boy-killed-by-family-dog-in-Converse-12780538.php
And still the tv station says before going to commercials: Why the family dog must be put down. Shouldn’t it be more like “Why a child has horrifically lost his life?”

dogsfromhell March 31, 2018 at 8:26 pm
Had Enough w/Canines April 1, 2018 at 9:32 am

From 8 foods that makes dogs sick, here is #4:
Scientists aren’t sure exactly why grapes are one of the most toxic foods for dogs, or which compound in them makes dogs so sick, says Hartogensis, but there’s been a well-established association between grapes and acute kidney failure in some pups. This includes currants and raisins, which can deliver an even stronger toxic punch than a grape, because the fruits are dried and therefore the compounds are more concentrated.

If your pooch sneaks a grape while you’re not looking, even if it’s just one, watch for signs of kidney failure, which can initially include diarrhea and vomiting, and then abdominal pain, dehydration, lethargy, low urine output, and weakness, according to the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. The smaller the dog, the fewer grapes it will take to make it sick.”

I got this from Consumer Reports Online

mfatpony@aol.com April 2, 2018 at 12:33 pm

DFH doggers know no boundaries. It’s why I consider most of them sick F—-s.

Harvey right now there is likely a group forming to save the dog who is being unjustly murdered because the child did not know how to behave around the unnamed breed. Unnamed breed is another code for pit bull. If it were any other breed they would be using it as an example that pit bulls are not the only killer breed. Parents who allow their child to live in a home with a monster should face first degree murder charges.

mfatpony@aol.com April 2, 2018 at 5:17 pm

Dog mauling in Valencia county today here in NM. 4 dogs had a woman down tearing her apart. She’s in the hospital and the dogs owner is total denial. At least 2 were pits.

mfatpony@aol.com April 3, 2018 at 8:20 am
Harvey April 3, 2018 at 4:38 pm

Wow. There’s just no end to it.

Harvey April 3, 2018 at 4:46 pm

Why do people have to take their dog everywhere (including work) with them? Why!!!

Harvey April 3, 2018 at 5:06 pm

Seems like I cannot open any posted animal story that starts out about some kind of heroic thing ie, rescue without – you know what!
Dog owners are just sooooo clueless! I’ve heard this time and time again. “Oh he (the dog) just wants to love them, Or play with them.”
And so many times I’ve heard “I would like to get some goats. That would give fluffy something to herd. He just wants to herd them.”

mfatpony@aol.com April 5, 2018 at 2:13 pm

It appears Mickey the Mauler is not Mickey the Sickie. Sort of like all of his followers. Go check out Watch Mickey Beat Cancer on FB as the fans wallow on and on about that poor dog. Never a thought to Kevin.

Just Not a fan of Dogs April 5, 2018 at 2:52 pm
Cats Rule April 6, 2018 at 5:26 pm


mfatpony@aol.com April 6, 2018 at 5:43 pm

Just not a dog fan- It just doesn’t occur to these pitwits if their dog hadn’t ripped apart a pet in a neighbors yard none of this would be going on. Like all pit bull owners they blame everyone but themselves for choosing a walking bear trap/ land mine as the family pet.

mfatpony@aol.com April 6, 2018 at 5:47 pm

code words mixed breed and I had to laugh at the cartoon dog on their FB logo doesn’t even look like Pinky the pit. It appears the cat that did survive the mauling. Pinky is one more triggered pit bull looking for it’s next victim. It’s always an accident when these monsters get loose. Normal dogs. if there is such a thing usually just bark, pester you and crap on your lawn when they get loose. Not pit bulls they go out looking for something to shred.

mfatpony@aol.com April 6, 2018 at 5:50 pm


The owners of the dog bred to take down and hold onto bulls so they could be slaughtered are also blaming the cat for provoking the fight.

Quetzal April 10, 2018 at 10:40 pm

Yet another reason why I vehemently hate dogs. I visited my parent’s for lunch and even before I got out of the car I was immediately assaulted by four yapping, screeching, whining dogs. One of them was an absolute mental case. It was growling, barking, frothing at the mouth with it’s hackles raised. I ignored them anyway, and funnily enough so did my parents. They didn’t care that one of those creatures had a vicious intent in its eye and was quite ready to bite me. It spent the whole time slinking behind mum, growling deeply in its throat whenever I moved or talked. Fast forward, and we’re in the kitchen. Mum and I got into a friendly tussle and the next thing I know I have a sharp pain in my foot. Yep, you guessed it. That rabid mongrel from earlier had appeared out of nowhere and had given me a bite. It was a small dog and I don’t think it got a proper grip, but there was blood. I paused, shocked and in pain, then I told them that the dog bit me and what were they going to do about it. Well, they did nothing, blaming ME for having stepped on it or stirring it up. I did not step on it. Didn’t even bloody touch it. The vicious little monster wasn’t even reprimanded or punished for its aggression. Then I snapped. I grabbed my things and went straight to the car and drove home, while mum was calling out that we hadn’t even had lunch yet and it was still cooking. F***ing unbelievable. As if I would have an appetite after that! They treated the whole thing as a joke!

Quetzal April 10, 2018 at 10:47 pm

It’s ridiculous that these shelters hold aggressive dogs for such long periods of time. If they show any aggression towards people they should be shot, no questions asked.

jim c April 11, 2018 at 5:23 am

On Monday night I went to my local pub with my son in law. We had been there for about an hour when two middle aged women walked in with a large English Bulldog.

I could see immediately that this dog was going to be trouble. The dog was on a very stout leash, the end of which was tightly wrapped round the wrist of one of the women. She had a very firm grasp of the leash, so much so that it was obvious that this dog had some kind of behavioural problems.

When they sat down, the barmaid came over with a bowl of water for the dog. She does this with all dogs and makes a fuss of them. She bent down as she usually does with every dog to stroke it and “talk to” it. The dog snapped at her. I could hear one of the women speaking to her but couldn’t make out the words. I heard the barmaid say to them, “it’s wonderful that he is so protective of you.” I took this to be a rationalisation for aggressive behaviour.

The dog snapped at a man who walked past, then it snapped at a woman walking past with a small dog. In a period of about ten minutes, this dog had behaved aggressively at everything that walked past it. The bar staff did nothing.

My son in law went up to the bar and, as he walked past, the dog attacked. Because the dog was on such a tight rein and , because my son in law jumped back far enough and quickly enough, disaster was averted. To give an impression of how aggressive the attack was, the two dog owners apologised, quickly finished their drink and left. It was far too serious to be passed off as the usual. “he is being friendly”, or “he is saying hello”, or “he just wants to play”. In the words of Doug Marcaida, “it will kill”.

As the two women left they said bye to the bar staff and the reply was, “you’re welcome”. There was no censure for bringing such an aggressive animal into a public bar.

As soon as the women left, the dog worshipping bar maid came over to us to explain away the dog’s behaviour. She told us that the two women had explained that the dog was a bit nervous around men. My son in law said, “so they bring it to a pub where about 90% of the customers are male?”. I told her that, “if that’s the case then that dog should not be in a public area. It’s owner is extremely irresponsible” She had intended to present the dog as the victim and we weren’t buying it and, because we weren’t buying it she got quite annoyed and walked away, obviously angry.

This pub is about 30 feet by 15 feet but on Friday and Saturday nights when the place is packed with humans, there can be 5 or 6 dogs wandering about off leash. At quieter times dogs sit or lie on fabric covered seating.

I live in a small seaside town in the North of England. There are approximately 15 premises with alcohol licenses but only one of them bans dogs. This reality of dogs wandering around the premises and sitting on the furniture is common in most pubs and bars. When a dog enters or leaves there is often a spell of barking. Often barking breaks out for no reason. All but 3 cafes are dog friendly. The reality of this is that human children are expected to be well behaved so that they don’t upset the precious dogs. Increasingly, restaurants are now advertising themselves as dog friendly.

Some shops have notices saying “No Dogs” but they are ignored. The most common technique is to carry the dog into a no dog area. Our small shopping centre had “no dogs” signs on it’s two entrances but they were being ignored so they had to put four A3 size “no dog” signs on each of the entrances. There are leash laws in parts of the town but they are ignored.

The choice for those of us who do not want to mix with off leash dogs is to stay at home. Dog worshippers have taken over the parks, any green spaces, the beaches, cycle paths, off road walking paths, cemeteries and seaside promenades. The main function of these places now is to allow dogs to run free. Children’s play areas in parks are surrounded by fencing to keep dogs out.

I bitterly resent the erosion of my personal freedoms and choices by people who are delusional about an animal. Unfortunately it is getting worse. The picture is the same throughout the English speaking world and in several countries in continental Europe but the contagion is now spreading to countries that did not have a pet worship culture in the past.

There seems to be no end to the acceptance of dog based loss of freedom, dog caused deaths and dog related idiotic belief systems. Unless something changes, we are leaving a terrible mes for our descendants to clear up.

mfatpony@aol.com April 11, 2018 at 8:35 am

Quetzal i simply refuse to visit a home that has a dog in the yard on the house. If friends or family want to choose risking my safety over their fanged mutants they’re just toxic waste to me.
DFH sprinkled black pepper on her shoes before visiting. The sniffing mutants got a nose full. I put a swath of cheap black pepper around my trash can after my SILs mutts tipped it over and made a mess. It was the best show on earth watching that one mutt get a nose full and go sneezing and wiping it’s nose on the ground all the way home. I also have one of the sonic pocket devices that is still not tested.

Had Enough w/Canines April 11, 2018 at 9:05 am


A week ago, I went with my family to visit my SIL, who owns a small dog. We have not been to her house for a long time now because she didn’t want to lock up her dog. My other SIL gladly puts the dog away consistently because I give a verbal reward to her for being so thoughtful and now, it’s not even mentioned.

These days, the thing is people visit and bring their dogs as a play date. But second SIL locks ’em all up together.

So wonder of wonders! Second sister-in-law tells first one to lock them all up. For ME! They actually did it. Oh sure, her husband complained like a five year old who didn’t get the crust cut off his PB&J sandwich and the dogs barked incessantly, but they were locked up the entire time. Seemed every guest family member brought their dog. But I didn’t even know how many their were ’cause they were all out of sight.

First off, you HAVE to put your foot down and tell them to lock up the dogs or you won’t be coming. When you are satisfied they are complying with your wishes, thank them profusely for being so sweet and such a good host. Yeah, I know it’s bull$hi+, but humans are so needy, especially the ones with dogs. SIL #2 is now so well trained, she advocates this for me. LOL

Pepper not needed. I don’t need to make excuses. It’s now simple etiquette and it works. Yeah, they didn’t like it at first, but that’s why you play the stupid reward game.

B April 11, 2018 at 11:10 am

@Quetzal: Wow. I am glad you left. That was a bad situation.

@Everyone: I still don’t like this dog or it’s owner. I have been stuck with the dog for a while now and almost every time it’s near me it does something stupid like pee or poop on the floor.

I keep trying to tell M that they shouldn’t have got it. But M refuses to listen. It has been barking whenever it’s in the cage like an idiot. I can barely play games or watch videos/movies because it barks so much! If I get hurt because of it, M pays it no mind and says “It’s just a dog, it doesn’t know any better.”

Help or quick advice would help.Trying to keep my cool but everyday it gets a bit harder….

mfatpony@aol.com April 12, 2018 at 7:30 am

Quetzal and B. Isn’t it amazing that doggers endow these mutants with all kinds of mystic powers and call them man’s best friend and in the next sentence tell you they’re too stupid to know better.

B April 12, 2018 at 10:26 am

@mfpony@aol.com : Yes, it’s truly amazing how doggers can completely uphold dogs in their annoying and often stupid behaviors with little or no regard for others around them.

This is why I would rather have a pet free home.Things are starting to smell like dog and our shared bedroom reeks of the dog’s weirdly fish like smell.

Wayne April 12, 2018 at 11:07 am

Quetzal, ……and they will dress those shelter dogs up in cute little outfits, give them adorable names, and write a cute little story that humanizes them to make them irresistible to the gullible. They don’t give a hoot in Hades if the filthy thing attacks, maims or kills. It’s all about saving the dog from being given the injection.

Wayne April 12, 2018 at 11:11 am

Did I mention that I hate puke licking, crap eating, crotch sniffing, tire pissing, rot rolling, hand licking, growling, barking, biting, car chasing, leg-humping things? If all the dogs in the world died today, I wouldn’t miss them tomorrow, or for the rest of my life.

Wayne April 12, 2018 at 11:16 am

Oh yes, have you heard people say stuff like: “I wouldn’t trust anyone who doesn’t like dogs”? Or, “anyone who doesn’t like dogs isn’t a good person”? Really? How about “loving your neighbor as yourself”? Some people prefer to put their fellow man first instead.

Murray April 12, 2018 at 3:59 pm

I maintain that true animal lovers would not keep a ‘predatory domestic animal’ (dog or cat) at all. Here in Australia, we are in our second wave of mass extinctions since white settlement. The world is in its sixth wave of mass species extinctions, Predatory Domestic Animals are the biggest killer of wildlife in Australia, It disgusts me to know that people are so ignorant, not caring and/or in denial about their environment and so defensive of the problems they create with their choice of pet.
More pressure needs to be put on politicians for legislative change. Statistics from hospitals, local governments and morgue’s need to be collated into an undeniable case to eliminate Predatory Domestic Animals.

Quetzal April 13, 2018 at 1:31 am

Well, if I ever go back to my parent’s I’ll be wearing steal cap boots. Like to see the little mongrel chew on that.

In regards to shelters dressing up dogs etc. they’ll never fool me. While I have no interest in keeping a dog, I’d never acquire one from a shelter or rescue. There’s no background information on them and they’re literally walking time bombs.

Quetzal April 13, 2018 at 1:37 am

Too right Murray. You can’t claim to be an animal lover while you have a dog that runs around killing lizards/snakes, birds, frogs and small mammals. While cats certainly cause the most damage to our native wildlife, dogs also play a part. At least with cats you can confine them indoors 24/7.

mfatpony@aol.com April 13, 2018 at 9:10 am

Wayne April 12, 2018 at 11:16 am
Oh yes, have you heard people say stuff like: “I wouldn’t trust anyone who doesn’t like dogs”? Or, “anyone who doesn’t like dogs isn’t a good person”? Really? How about “loving your neighbor as yourself”? Some people prefer to put their fellow man first instead. -Quoted.

I am so sick of that mentality. In fact I know people who say they like dogs to avoid conflict. It is in fact one of the more insane arguments that our complaining about my SILs once non stop barking mutts was because we hated dogs. Doggers and cretins which are usually the same thing use this back twisted logic to make you the bad person. Because not being able to read a book, watch TV or sleep at night is inconsequential to the needs of their neglected ill mannered mutants well being.
And if you dare hit them with facts they go ballistic.
Your dog is in the road
Your dog is barking all the time
Your dog is aggressive to me in my OWN front yard.
I have to carry a golf club to put the trash out
Your dog is pissing and crapping all over my yard
You should get off your backside crack and train the dog you brought home or find it a home where someone will actually take care of it.
My MIL/FIL had a pack of in-socialized spaniels most of which had never had real human contact and lived in a pen about 20×20 their whole lives. Males and females together them mated fought and died and there were at least 8 adults at one time. When they would make a break for freedom they would kill something. Usually something of mine. They killed my old rooster in my yard. My FIL once laughed about how the rooster got in a thorn bush to keep from being killed by his rampaging mutts. He was as I have learned over the years far from the kindly old man he projects just a demented animal abuser.
When someone says they can’t control their mutants or that it’s your fault the dog tried to attack you for ( long list of why Pit Bulls attacked and killed someone comes to mind ) It’s really a reflection on the dogs owner not the person who says they can’t stand the filthy things.

Pepper the spots you see dogs crapping and pissing in your yard. Next time you go sprinkle pepper on your shoes. When the filthy thing runs over to sniff you like they all do (gross) that will learn them. Try not to giggle too much as it snorts and sneezes.
Again it’s better to not visit homes with dogs unless the owners are civilized enough to pen the dogs up for the event.

Quetzal April 14, 2018 at 6:32 pm

A civilized dog owner? Now there’s a rare breed. I think I have more chance of being abducted by aliens or seeing the Loch Ness Monster!

mfatpony@aol.com April 17, 2018 at 8:47 am
mfatpony@aol.com April 23, 2018 at 11:45 am

Today going into Smiths grocery store I noticed that the signage had changed there also. And the parking lot was foul with the yapping of floor rats while their owners left them in the car in 80 degree weather to shop. Doggers may have finally pushed the boundaries of what even store owners scared of lawsuits will tolerate.

jim c April 24, 2018 at 7:23 am


It is hard to believe but in Britain we have a prime time TV show called, “For the love of dogs”. I’ve never seen it so can only imagine what it’s about. In 2012 and in 2015, very poor quality dog acts won “Britain’s Got Talent”. That’s how crazy things are here.

The host of “For the love of dogs” decided to make a programme in India and went there to protect and save the stray dogs of Indian Cities. Delhi has over 400,000 stray dogs that contribute to human misery. They kill people, they disable people, they spread diseases, they keep people awake at night.

These filthy creatures need to be drastically culled to put their human victims out of their dog based misery but this dimwit presenter decides to save the dogs instead of the humans. Then he allows the disgusting creatures to lick him and he nearly dies as a result.

I’m glad to see that this newspaper has allowed comments and one of them is, “idiot”.

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