A Dog Story

Re: A Dog Story

PostBy: SMITTY On: Wed Oct 07, 2009 10:43 pm

mr1precision wrote:I hear you man! I had something like that happen at the baseball field in town where I coach LL...................................


Funny, my neighbor & I were just talking about this today. Wherever you find the brand new 4,000 sq.ft. house, your sure to find dogs roaming & shitting where they please & owners that jog in the middle of the road! :mad: :mad: We just had a few mansions go up near here & like clockwork, here comes the dog invasion! :roll: We have one less now due to their stupidity, or lack of better judgment. One got cranked out on the main drag. Sadly it took that incident to keep the rest of the dogs at home where they belong....

Where I grew up this family moved in & put their doghouse on a part of their property that couldn't be any closer to our house. Then they would leave it chained up out there when the temp went down into the teens, & it would HOWL all friggin night long. After that, I wasn't surprised anymore when I read about neighborhood disputes turned violent. You try to be nice & tell them their dog is driving you frigging nuts, then they toot the horn when they pull in the driveway which sends the dog into a meth-like frenzy!! :mad: I'm done on that one, before I say something incriminating....... :|

I like dogs more than some of their owners -- most are smarter!
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Re: A Dog Story

PostBy: KLook On: Wed Oct 07, 2009 11:00 pm

I wish I had said that, I know many dogs smarter then their owners. It is a rule of thumb that the poorer the people the more animals they have. They can't even feed themselves for christ sake. And most of the time they have large potentially mean brutes.
Hmmm, I did not mean to imply that all poor people are dumb.

Kevin
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Re: A Dog Story

PostBy: Poconoeagle On: Thu Oct 08, 2009 12:01 am

some knight on a dog like this!! lol
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