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2012-05-05 05:24:14 PM  

FizixJunkee: mr_a: MBK: Speaking of dogs, I think my neighbor's dogs are racist.

Every time I walk by, they go BONKERS, barking (from inside the house). Sometimes I've even across the street and they STILL go crazy.


Our neighbors have a rescue dog. The dog must have been abused by someone who often wore a baseball cap, 'cause he barks crazily when someone walks by with a cap on. He's cool to everyone else, though.


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2012-05-05 05:25:58 PM  
No sympathy for irresponsible and inconsiderate dog owners. Every neighborhood has them, and they give dog owners a bad rep.
 
2012-05-05 05:27:53 PM  

over_and_done: The My Little Pony Killer: The person who poisoned them became the bigger asshole when they decided attempting to take lives is better than knocking on a door.

My bet: we'll find that the poisoner had knocked on the door and asked politely. Multiple times. And that the dog owner was a self-righteous entitled prick about it. At which point...

Karma Chameleon: I'm not saying they should have been killed...but I understand.

Like others said: control your dogs or your neighbors will control them for you. You do not live in a soundproof vacuum, and your inaction really does affect the lives and health of those around you.


All that may be true (I'm a fledgling community mediator, and also a former private security officer, so I know about the barking-dog issue); but FOR F*CKS SAKE if you've degenerated to the point you have to kill the dogs, why poison them? And why use such a horrible, slow, and excruciating killer as antifreeze? That's not just killing them, that's torturing them to death. Why not just catch them and dip them in an acid bath if you're into sadism?

I can appreciate the anger and frustration some people have expressed here, but really, if you have to kill an animal, kill it. Don't let it linger in agony for three or four weeks. Get someone's rifle and shoot the thing. Otherwise, you're even more f*cked in the head than your neighbor who let her dogs bark all the time.
 
2012-05-05 05:30:41 PM  
It's amazing the number of people in here that assume, with no actual info, that the dog owner is in the wrong and his dogs are noisy and outside 24/7.

That may be the case.
But until I see further info, I'm going with the idea that the person who actually committed a crime is the one in the wrong.
 
2012-05-05 05:34:06 PM  
At first my dog was like...

www.magicmoviemachine.com

But then she realized she's not an annoying constantly barking pain in the arse and she...

www.magicmoviemachine.com

Then she went back to her default position...

www.magicmoviemachine.com


/Love that dog but a $10,000 vet bill?
//I will learn to love another
///Sorry princess!
 
2012-05-05 05:37:00 PM  

YouPeopleAreCrazy: It's amazing the number of people in here that assume, with no actual info, that the dog owner is in the wrong and his dogs are noisy and outside 24/7.

That may be the case.
But until I see further info, I'm going with the idea that the person who actually committed a crime is the one in the wrong.


I have no sympathy for the dog owners mostly because they did nothing to protect their dogs after the first attempt on the dogs' lives.

I feel bad for the dogs. And while it is possible that the attack was random, I wont believe that until we hear from the neighbors about what wonderful, well behaved animals they are.
 
2012-05-05 05:38:59 PM  

mscleo: I have no sympathy for the dog owners mostly because they did nothing to protect their dogs after the first attempt on the dogs' lives.


How do you protect against someone throwing poisoned food over your fence? Dogs gotta go outside sometime.
 
2012-05-05 05:40:34 PM  

YouPeopleAreCrazy: mscleo: I have no sympathy for the dog owners mostly because they did nothing to protect their dogs after the first attempt on the dogs' lives.

How do you protect against someone throwing poisoned food over your fence? Dogs gotta go outside sometime.


Uh, go outside with them? Don't leave them alone in your yard when you know someone wants to kill them?
 
2012-05-05 05:42:42 PM  
Seeing as we just got done with a year long feud with the neighbors to the right about their 4 dogs barking 24x7 I'm getting a kick....

Seriously, go over and confront the neighbor with a witness and ask, politely, "Your dogs bark non stop. It is disrupting my families' rest. Please do something or I will call the police."
Now if you are laughed at and have the door slammed in your face like I did you call the cops.

And then keep calling them and document each time you call.

If the cops don't do anything you take you wad of documented paper up to the station and sit all day going rung by rung up the ladder. after about 9 hours the boys in blue will figure out that you're not going to let this go and promptly go over to the dog owners house and ticket them.

Now keep calling the cops every time the barking is excessive. More tickets will ensue.

The neighbor will either ditch the dogs, move or smash the windows on your spouse's car and get arrested for vandalism and resisting arrest because he took a swing at the cops when they showed up.(Neighbors are real winners)

Either or, don't poison the animals. A shiatty douchnozzle owner is not their fault.
 
2012-05-05 05:46:07 PM  

One Bad Apple:
In the eyes of the law you dog is just property. Sorry, but offing 'Ol Yeller (or 5 of them) is legally no more serious than having your tires slashed. Unless this guy has priors jailtime is highly unlikely.


I'm guessing poisoning someone else's dog might just be considered animal cruelty. Hopefully a felony, x5. In some states you might bypass jail and go to prison, which would be awesome.
 
2012-05-05 05:48:50 PM  

Arctic Phoenix: SurelyShirley: ... you farked with the wrong marine core soldier


Know how I know you weren't in the Marines?


I'll just sit back and enjoy this one.
 
2012-05-05 05:49:05 PM  
I love how there's so many people in this thread that think killing a living creature because it annoys you is a perfectly logical solution to the problem.

Reminds me of this kid I knew back in grade school, I spent the night with him once, we did our thing... watched DBZ, played some Final Fantasy and went to bed. I woke up in the middle of the night to find him at his window, asked him what he was doing... He was all giggly and excited and wanted me to watch-- He had soaked a pack of baloney in bleach and was feeding it to the neighbor's cats.

Needlessly to say I never associated with that little psycho again.
 
2012-05-05 06:12:57 PM  
The article said 'five of his dogs'. How many dogs does he have, I wonder.
 
2012-05-05 06:14:28 PM  
It appears it might be five dogs spread over multiple owners. This guy only has four. The fifth might be owned by someone else. So maybe that changes the theory for motive.
 
2012-05-05 06:17:38 PM  
I am not here to blame the victim. If you poison or otherwise hurt animals you are a criminal, possibly a sociopath and you should be sent to jail. Unless a dog is running at you, about to hurt you, your pet, your kid- you do not hurt it.

But-

if you love your dogs and other pets- why don't you keep them with you and safe? You know your dog barks outside- bring your dog inside. Some dogs like to bark, but I PROMISE YOU that if you entertain your dog, train your dog, tire your dog out you can lessen the barking. And if you keep your dog inside at least it won't bother the neighbors.

There are COUNTLESS reasons why I don't leave in the back yard unsupervised alone and 'because other people might tease him, taunt him, steal him, or hurt him' is HIGH on the list.

Very sad that these dogs were poisoned. But there is a dog near the park where I walk that is chained to a fence. It is a Pomeranian (and I am a GSD girl, but he is adorable) and his fur is matted and dirty. When I walk past sometimes he gets up and barks. He can't go more than 5' from the fence where he is chained. He has a dog house and I guess he has a bowl of water. I called animal control because our city has an ordinance that dogs cannot be chained as the primary means to contain them- but they visited and I don't think they can do anything about it. He is probably a horrible little dog with no manners, not housebroken, I know he barks at everything- but he doesn't deserve to be alone all day every day chained to a fence.
 
2012-05-05 06:22:36 PM  
When I was a kid, some old lady in our neighborhood poisoned essentially all of the outside dogs on the whole street one day, intentionally, with anti-freeze. Killed my dog and a lot of the other ones. Tore me up for a really long time.

She got away with it too, police couldn't find enough evidence to arrest her.
 
2012-05-05 06:25:26 PM  

95629: When I was a kid, some old lady in our neighborhood poisoned essentially all of the outside dogs on the whole street one day, intentionally, with anti-freeze. Killed my dog and a lot of the other ones. Tore me up for a really long time.

She got away with it too, police couldn't find enough evidence to arrest her.



No meddling kids helped you out, huh ?
 
2012-05-05 06:29:43 PM  

The My Little Pony Killer: Doesn't matter if the dogs were barking incessantly or not.

The person who poisoned them became the bigger asshole when they decided attempting to take lives is better than knocking on a door.

Find them, throw the book at them, and make them pay for the dialysis.


*nods* Barking dogs piss me off, too, but I'd much rather live next to some noisy animals than a psychopath.
 
2012-05-05 06:35:56 PM  
It looks like the owner is a breeder, which is why he has so many dogs.

Appears to be some amomosity within the Tamaskan breeding community.

http://www.tamaskantruth.com/rumor.php

John and Tina Barrow.
 
2012-05-05 06:36:22 PM  
mscleo YouPeopleAreCrazy: mscleo: I have no sympathy for the dog owners mostly because they did nothing to protect their dogs after the first attempt on the dogs' lives.

How do you protect against someone throwing poisoned food over your fence? Dogs gotta go outside sometime.

Uh, go outside with them? Don't leave them alone in your yard when you know someone wants to kill them?


First, how do you know the owner didn't do anything? Maybe what he attempted just didn't work. As for going out with your dogs, if you've got a big yard like I do, and when you're arthritic like am, there is no way be being in the yard would prevent them eating something tossed over the fence. Even if I was young and in perfect shape, there is no way I can keep pace with dogs who run fast as lightening. And they tend to inhale their food. I've saw my hubby drop a chicken thigh on the floor, and before he could even reach down to pick it up, one of the dogs had inhaled it whole. So yeah, going out with them is going to work. You don't own dogs do you.
 
2012-05-05 06:41:19 PM  

HoneyDog: mscleo YouPeopleAreCrazy: mscleo: I have no sympathy for the dog owners mostly because they did nothing to protect their dogs after the first attempt on the dogs' lives.

How do you protect against someone throwing poisoned food over your fence? Dogs gotta go outside sometime.

Uh, go outside with them? Don't leave them alone in your yard when you know someone wants to kill them?

First, how do you know the owner didn't do anything? Maybe what he attempted just didn't work. As for going out with your dogs, if you've got a big yard like I do, and when you're arthritic like am, there is no way be being in the yard would prevent them eating something tossed over the fence. Even if I was young and in perfect shape, there is no way I can keep pace with dogs who run fast as lightening. And they tend to inhale their food. I've saw my hubby drop a chicken thigh on the floor, and before he could even reach down to pick it up, one of the dogs had inhaled it whole. So yeah, going out with them is going to work. You don't own dogs do you.


The point is that someone is less likely to attempt something like this if there are people around.
 
2012-05-05 06:43:55 PM  
In many ways, I'd argue that cats and dogs are more important than kids. The sheer majority of dog owners and cat owners I know truly love their pets. They mean the world to them.

The sheer majority of parents I know had their kids because they were supposed to, and deep down inside resent every single thing about their kids.

This isn't a 100% thing on either side. But lets face it... most parents don't like their kids, and resent having them.
 
2012-05-05 06:47:22 PM  
I don't know how anybody can think their barking dog isn't annoying somebody. How can people possibly think that a barking dog isn't going to piss somebody off? I just think they're selfish pricks, with no regard for anyone but themselves. How else can you explain it?

I just called the police for the second time in less than two weeks about my neighbor's dogs. Their is no logic in their barking, as it starts almost immediately after they are let outside. I think of it as false alarms, as I equate a dog bark with an alarm. Even at "just" three times a day,(and it's usually twice that) that means my neighbor is pissing me off a thousand times a year. Would anybody tolerate a car alarm going off in the neighborhood a thousand times a year?
 
2012-05-05 06:48:07 PM  
mscleo HoneyDog: mscleo YouPeopleAreCrazy: mscleo: I have no sympathy for the dog owners mostly because they did nothing to protect their dogs after the first attempt on the dogs' lives.

How do you protect against someone throwing poisoned food over your fence? Dogs gotta go outside sometime.

Uh, go outside with them? Don't leave them alone in your yard when you know someone wants to kill them?

First, how do you know the owner didn't do anything? Maybe what he attempted just didn't work. As for going out with your dogs, if you've got a big yard like I do, and when you're arthritic like am, there is no way be being in the yard would prevent them eating something tossed over the fence. Even if I was young and in perfect shape, there is no way I can keep pace with dogs who run fast as lightening. And they tend to inhale their food. I've saw my hubby drop a chicken thigh on the floor, and before he could even reach down to pick it up, one of the dogs had inhaled it whole. So yeah, going out with them is going to work. You don't own dogs do you.

The point is that someone is less likely to attempt something like this if there are people around.


Your point makes no sense. See, the dogs and I could be in the house when they toss the poisoned meat over the fence...hence nobody is around. I go outside with them, so oh, I'm around. But we're back to there is no way I could keep up with them.
 
2012-05-05 06:52:48 PM  

HoneyDog: mscleo HoneyDog: mscleo YouPeopleAreCrazy: mscleo: I have no sympathy for the dog owners mostly because they did nothing to protect their dogs after the first attempt on the dogs' lives.

How do you protect against someone throwing poisoned food over your fence? Dogs gotta go outside sometime.

Uh, go outside with them? Don't leave them alone in your yard when you know someone wants to kill them?

First, how do you know the owner didn't do anything? Maybe what he attempted just didn't work. As for going out with your dogs, if you've got a big yard like I do, and when you're arthritic like am, there is no way be being in the yard would prevent them eating something tossed over the fence. Even if I was young and in perfect shape, there is no way I can keep pace with dogs who run fast as lightening. And they tend to inhale their food. I've saw my hubby drop a chicken thigh on the floor, and before he could even reach down to pick it up, one of the dogs had inhaled it whole. So yeah, going out with them is going to work. You don't own dogs do you.

The point is that someone is less likely to attempt something like this if there are people around.

Your point makes no sense. See, the dogs and I could be in the house when they toss the poisoned meat over the fence...hence nobody is around. I go outside with them, so oh, I'm around. But we're back to there is no way I could keep up with them.



Then maybe you shouldn't have dogs if you can't take care of them.
 
2012-05-05 07:00:27 PM  

mscleo: It looks like the owner is a breeder, which is why he has so many dogs.

Appears to be some amomosity within the Tamaskan breeding community.


So maybe someone looking to disrupt his operation.
As I speculated way earlier...possibly a dispute among the humans, and this is how one side decides to take action.

Again..just speculation. But just as valid speculation as 24/7 barking.
 
2012-05-05 07:01:56 PM  

20/20: I don't know how anybody can think their barking dog isn't annoying somebody. How can people possibly think that a barking dog isn't going to piss somebody off? I just think they're selfish pricks, with no regard for anyone but themselves. How else can you explain it?

I just called the police for the second time in less than two weeks about my neighbor's dogs. Their is no logic in their barking, as it starts almost immediately after they are let outside. I think of it as false alarms, as I equate a dog bark with an alarm. Even at "just" three times a day,(and it's usually twice that) that means my neighbor is pissing me off a thousand times a year. Would anybody tolerate a car alarm going off in the neighborhood a thousand times a year?


If you read through this thread, you see two types of people.

1) People that have been subjected to incessant dog barking, and don't like it, and want it to stop (or have made it stop, one way or another).

and

2) The psycho assholes that own the farking barking dogs, and think anything their precious noise machines do is just fine, and that the people that don't want to listen to their farking dogs barking 24/7 are the ones with the problem.
 
2012-05-05 07:06:04 PM  

YouPeopleAreCrazy: mscleo: It looks like the owner is a breeder, which is why he has so many dogs.

Appears to be some amomosity within the Tamaskan breeding community.

So maybe someone looking to disrupt his operation.
As I speculated way earlier...possibly a dispute among the humans, and this is how one side decides to take action.

Again..just speculation. But just as valid speculation as 24/7 barking.


Who knows. I think from the beginning most people blamed the owners anyway. It appears he breeds dogs with hip dysplasia (if the web tells the truth?).
 
2012-05-05 07:13:02 PM  

Corporate Self: AbbeySomeone: I'm not saying it's the right thing to do - not at all. It's just the best hypothesis given the information.

I absolutely love dogs but have lived next to people with yard dogs that bark constantly and the owners sleep through it. No one else in the neighborhood does.The owner should be poisoned and new homes found for the dogs.

Control your dog or your neighbors might do it for you. Most dog barking issues are because owners stick them in backyard and neglect them.


I have a couple dogs myself and love animals, but I used to have a neighbor who just tossed his dog outside and ignored it. The poor dog would cry for hours to come in. When confronted the neighbor would start swearing at you and yell about his daughter was in a wheelchair and it was a service dog. Clearly it was just neglected dog, not a service dog, and eventually animal control took the dog away after enough of us complained.

There were nights I pondered slipping over there, grabbing the dog's leash and driving across state lines. Figured I'd find some random humane league and leave the dog chained to the door sans tags at 3 am or something. Neighbor would never find it and hopefully the dog would get a caring owner.

Some people are sick farks and kill animals for fun, but I am curious as to how yappy these dogs are.
 
2012-05-05 07:22:57 PM  

mscleo: It looks like the owner is a breeder, which is why he has so many dogs.

Appears to be some amomosity within the Tamaskan breeding community.

http://www.tamaskantruth.com/rumor.php

John and Tina Barrow.


Well, that seems to throw the whole thing for a loop, doesn't it?
 
2012-05-05 07:24:07 PM  
Then maybe you shouldn't have dogs if you can't take care of them.

I can take care of my dogs just fine, so fark you. Hell, most people wish they could be treated and cared for as well as my dogs.
 
2012-05-05 07:25:29 PM  

mr_a: Chariset: mr_a: I certainly don't condone anyone doing this, but why do I just have visions of 5 dogs living outside, barking incandescently, night after night, for years on end?

Let glowing dogs lie.


Farking autocorrect


Yeah it's autocorrect's fault you could even get close to spelling incessantly and it had to make a wild ass guess what the hell you meant.
 
2012-05-05 07:29:10 PM  

HoneyDog: Then maybe you shouldn't have dogs if you can't take care of them.

I can take care of my dogs just fine, so fark you. Hell, most people wish they could be treated and cared for as well as my dogs.


Okay.

Have a nice day.
 
2012-05-05 07:31:44 PM  
Also a word to the wise:

Confronting someone about their dog is not worth the headache. Good people don't let their dog park in distress for hours on end. The owner will brush off your compliant or tell you to fark off. All that accomplishes is giving the owner a person to blame when the cops or animal control start showing up. He'll get a ticket, you'll get a stone through a window, your tires slashed, or some other petty bullshiat. Maybe he'll be a big man and confront your wife and kids (while lacking the stones to talk to you).

Just observe, figure out "Hey the dog is always left out from 4 pm to 8 pm on Wednesdays." Call the cops at 4:15 on Wednesday and call in again if needed. With cellphones you can snag videos and email them into the police department/humane league. Normally when the cops come the first time they don't give a ticket, so if your neighbor really is a decent person and this is a mistake, they'll mend their ways after the warning.

When you talk to your neighbors mention "Oh yeah the humane league/property manager/cops were by the other day asking about that dog that always barks." That way your neighbors will go "Oh others are complaining about this too" and be more likely to call it in as well. However when word goes around it will go around as you were approached by authorities, not that you started it. So you're not a target if the owner hears about it.

Long story short, don't start traceable blood feuds with guys you might live next to for decades. You can't be watching the property 24/7 and your neighbor knows all your weak spots and the best ways to fark with you and get away with it.
 
2012-05-05 07:33:50 PM  

phalaeo: mscleo: It looks like the owner is a breeder, which is why he has so many dogs.

Appears to be some amomosity within the Tamaskan breeding community.

http://www.tamaskantruth.com/rumor.php

John and Tina Barrow.

Well, that seems to throw the whole thing for a loop, doesn't it?


Maybe. Could be they are unethical breeders rather than simply your run-of-mill lousy dog owner.
 
2012-05-05 07:38:04 PM  

mr_a: I certainly don't condone anyone doing this, but why do I just have visions of 5 dogs living outside, barking incandescently, night after night, for years on end?


Poisoning a dog is never an option.

But when a dog is barking non stop, disrupting people.

Its got to go.
 
2012-05-05 07:38:07 PM  

mscleo: Maybe. Could be they are unethical breeders rather than simply your run-of-mill lousy dog owner.


Maybe. But why poison the dogs in a particularly nasty way, if not to get back at the humans and disrupt their operation?
 
2012-05-05 07:39:47 PM  
mscleo

Okay.

Have a nice day.


I will when you can show me you can out run to 80-100 lb dogs.
 
2012-05-05 07:40:43 PM  

downstairs: Marcus Aurelius: Look no further than the next door neighbor that's sick of listening to 5 dogs barking 24x7x365.

Where in the article, or any research you've done, says the dogs were loud and obnoxious? Nice try, Mr. making an ass out of you and me.

My neighbor played techno music all hours of the night. I assume, rather than confronting him politely or calling the police if that didn't work... I should have just gone over there and shot him in the head?

Also... if you can't sleep merely because dogs are barking (I happen to have a particularly obnoxious one next door also)... maybe you need to live in the country?

Grab a 5th of vodka, some mixers... it'll put you right to sleep no matter what sounds are annoying you.


Stupidest thing I have ever read on fark yet.

Dogs barking so the person should move?

How about this:
Your dogs cause the problem , you fix the dogs barking or the dog goes, PERIOD.

Why on earth should a dog be allowed to disrupt peoples lives?
 
2012-05-05 07:46:26 PM  

YouPeopleAreCrazy: mscleo: Maybe. Could be they are unethical breeders rather than simply your run-of-mill lousy dog owner.

Maybe. But why poison the dogs in a particularly nasty way, if not to get back at the humans and disrupt their operation?


I think I was agreeing with you. If they are unethical breeders, they aren't innocent victims and I have no sympathy for them. He claims not to know why someone would do this, which looks like a lie unless he is unaware of the accusations made against him.

The only victims here are the dogs.
 
2012-05-05 07:48:59 PM  

HoneyDog: mscleo

Okay.

Have a nice day.

I will when you can show me you can out run to 80-100 lb dogs.


Oh... Not sure what to say about that. I feel no blame for ruining your day though.

Regardless, try to have a nice day anyway.
 
2012-05-05 07:49:33 PM  

Bearwhale: clancifer: Look no further than one of your closest neighbors, victim dude. Find the one that looks like he finally got a full night of sleep.

And then make sure he sleeps forever.

I don't care how loud the dogs are... this isn't excusable. Otherwise I should be allowed to kick the shiat out of that baby someone brought in to the restaurant.


WRONG,

People before pets.

When pets become a nuisance to people the animals must go, period.

I dont want to hear your out of control dog bark all night, Ill ask you once, then Ill start calling and complaining, then Ill do what I need to do to get rid of the problem.

/Had a neighbor in Hawaii who neglected his dog, left it in a Kennel. A nice looking husky. It barked all day long and sometimes at night. I went over took the dog out of the Kennel, walked it, bathed it, it had extremely matted hair on one side. Brought it back. The dog kept making noise. Next week I took the dog again and ran an ad on craigslist for a free Husky and I had many people calling for it.
Went to a much better home. Problem solved.
 
2012-05-05 07:51:23 PM  
I made the mistake of trying to take care of a similar problem the "right" way. Filed a complaint with the city, had to wait two weeks to confirm the problem continued after notice was left at the dog owners home. I confirmed the issue wasn't solved. The city asked us to appear for mediation. I did, the dog owner didn't. I asked what the next step is. Nothing we can do, the city says, too bad.

The prick next door used to leave his two dogs outside all weekend long - in Las Vegas during the summer time. Irrespective of the season, the dogs would work themselves up to the point they howled 24 hours per day. Their house was foreclosed and they dikhead and dogs vanished one night.

This was the second time I've gone through this. The previous charming dog owner would through dog crap over the fence when you complained, and I wasn't the only one complaining. It took months until the SPCA took the dogs away.

I am past the point of caring about dog owners lack of respect for their neighbors. The next time it happens, I'll take care of it quietly and quickly - yes, that means killing the dogs. Screw being a responsible citizen.
 
2012-05-05 07:52:40 PM  
Didn't read every post--too buzzed right now.

A. Agree the dogs were probably yappers.
B. Have no problem trying to get rid of them.
C. Whoever did it should have tried harder.
D. Where I live all you have to do is complain three times, with video proof, and the dogs are GONE. The police will take them and bill the owner doesn't make arrangements.

And lastly: E. WHO THE HELL PAYS MORE THAN A FEW HUNDRED BUCKS TO SAVE A FREAKING SOULLESS ANIMAL PUT HERE TO AMUSE HUMANS!!!!11!!!
 
2012-05-05 07:54:09 PM  
Oh... Not sure what to say about that. I feel no blame for ruining your day though.

Of course you don't. You're too stupid to see the fallacy in your logic.
 
2012-05-05 07:55:43 PM  
A thought just occurred to me...

Why doesn't their HoA get involved, and put a lien on the house with the barking dog?
 
2012-05-05 07:55:58 PM  

rustypouch: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: rustypouch: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: mscleo: Some of you equate the life of an animal to that of a child?

Sick farkers.

Seriously. Animals are worth much, much more.

You sound alone.

Jokes on you, buddy. I'm laying in bed right now with three biatches.

Isn't that illegal?


Favorited for snappy comeback to notorious fark asshole.
 
2012-05-05 07:57:09 PM  

Tatterdemalian: I had a neighbor who kept insisting my dog's barking was keeping her awake, even though my dog was a house dog that was never left out at night. After the second time she sent police out to warn me they would put my dog down if I couldn't control its barking, I put up a microphone that recorded every sound in the entire radius of my house every night, and waited for her to complain again. The next time she complained, I handed the police a recording of the time in question. Turns out at the time she claimed my dog was barking, there was not a sound from any dogs, not even the neighborhood dogs. The microphone did, however, pick up her getting into an argument with her husband outside her house that night that lasted till 4am.

/moral: people lie about all kinds of shiat
//and sometimes are willing to double down on the displaced hate, right up to actual killing


Cool story bro
 
2012-05-05 07:57:53 PM  

HoneyDog: Oh... Not sure what to say about that. I feel no blame for ruining your day though.

Of course you don't. You're too stupid to see the fallacy in your logic.


LOL. You are amusing. I actually feel pretty good about ruining your day now.
 
2012-05-05 07:57:55 PM  
Had a neighbor in Hawaii who neglected his dog, left it in a Kennel. A nice looking husky. It barked all day long and sometimes at night. I went over took the dog out of the Kennel, walked it, bathed it, it had extremely matted hair on one side. Brought it back. The dog kept making noise. Next week I took the dog again and ran an ad on craigslist for a free Husky and I had many people calling for it.
Went to a much better home. Problem solved.


First, Huskies don't really bark. They whine, howl and make a variety of noises, and they are vocal, but they don't really bark.

Second, if you took a dog and you aren't with an authorized rescue, animal control or the police, you are guilty of theft. Interesting that you admit to being a thief.
 
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