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2014-01-15 01:51:47 PM  
Blaze, it's time to go in the kennel on the cart.

FTFY
 
2014-01-15 02:05:48 PM  
mayawashington.com
 
2014-01-15 02:10:50 PM  
I live with a Husky/Rottweiler mix.  He is very chatty too.

When I say it's time to get into the crate he says "YOU get in the crate biatch!"

I'm working on my Alpha side though.  Tonight to show my dominance I'm going to pee on everything before he has a chance to.
 
2014-01-15 02:12:09 PM  
I had a dog that use to turn into floppy dead weight like that anytime you tried to pick him up. It was pretty funny.
 
2014-01-15 02:25:03 PM  
Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.
 
2014-01-15 02:58:59 PM  

State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.


That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.
 
2014-01-15 03:01:18 PM  
I first thought, I wouldn't want to get into a crappy old wooden kennel either.
Second thought, who the fark makes a kennel with a glass panel in it?
Third though, oh DUH, that is the coffee table
 
2014-01-15 03:03:06 PM  

GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.


Had a husky for 15 years. One of the friendliest dog ever, unless you were a squirrel or an opossum.
 
2014-01-15 03:09:46 PM  

GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.


Dog of Peace.
 
2014-01-15 03:17:17 PM  

GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.


Makes me wonder what you do to Huskies to make them "attacky".
 
2014-01-15 03:26:29 PM  

SurelyShirley: GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.

Makes me wonder what you do to Huskies to make them "attacky".


Sins against nature
 
2014-01-15 04:21:46 PM  
That's a gorgeous dog
 
2014-01-15 04:25:06 PM  
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-01-15 04:41:32 PM  
Gee, I wonder why the dog is named 'Blaze'?

/That guy had unkempt facial hair.  Dead giveaway.
//Dead giveaway.
 
2014-01-15 04:43:14 PM  
rainey46.files.wordpress.com
 
2014-01-15 04:44:39 PM  

lewismarktwo: Gee, I wonder why the dog is named 'Blaze'?

/That guy had unkempt facial hair.  Dead giveaway.
//Dead giveaway.


He's a bible salesman?
 
2014-01-15 05:38:57 PM  

abhorrent1: GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.

Had a husky for 15 years. One of the friendliest dog ever, unless you were a squirrel or an opossum.


This, all of this. Mine is a 100 lb Shepherd/mostly Husky mix and cowers when the vacuum is on, a mop comes out, you raise your voice. However, in the past year I found 2 neat laid out piles of squirrel fur and bones in the yard. He caught one, consumed it and yacked up the inedible stuff.

Oh, and he's a mouthy SOB too. It's quite funny when he howls to his buddies behind our property and gets our black lab to howl.
 
2014-01-15 05:42:10 PM  

AbiNormal: lewismarktwo: Gee, I wonder why the dog is named 'Blaze'?

/That guy had unkempt facial hair.  Dead giveaway.
//Dead giveaway.

He's a bible salesman?


What a bible salesman might look like:

images.tvrage.com
 
2014-01-15 05:44:15 PM  

Enormous-Schwanstucker: abhorrent1: GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.

Had a husky for 15 years. One of the friendliest dog ever, unless you were a squirrel or an opossum.

This, all of this. Mine is a 100 lb Shepherd/mostly Husky mix and cowers when the vacuum is on, a mop comes out, you raise your voice. However, in the past year I found 2 neat laid out piles of squirrel fur and bones in the yard. He caught one, consumed it and yacked up the inedible stuff.

Oh, and he's a mouthy SOB too. It's quite funny when he howls to his buddies behind our property and gets our black lab to howl.


Mine came in the house one night and barfed up an entire rabbit. It was pretty gross. And he was terrified of garbage bags for some reason.
 
2014-01-15 06:02:31 PM  

Keyser_Soze_Death: AbiNormal: lewismarktwo: Gee, I wonder why the dog is named 'Blaze'?

/That guy had unkempt facial hair.  Dead giveaway.
//Dead giveaway.

He's a bible salesman?

What a bible salesman might look like:

[images.tvrage.com image 250x194]


Get out of my head, you.
 
2014-01-15 06:15:05 PM  

abhorrent1: Enormous-Schwanstucker: abhorrent1: GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.

Had a husky for 15 years. One of the friendliest dog ever, unless you were a squirrel or an opossum.

This, all of this. Mine is a 100 lb Shepherd/mostly Husky mix and cowers when the vacuum is on, a mop comes out, you raise your voice. However, in the past year I found 2 neat laid out piles of squirrel fur and bones in the yard. He caught one, consumed it and yacked up the inedible stuff.

Oh, and he's a mouthy SOB too. It's quite funny when he howls to his buddies behind our property and gets our black lab to howl.

Mine came in the house one night and barfed up an entire rabbit. It was pretty gross. And he was terrified of garbage bags for some reason.


Sorry but hahahahaha :) I had to laugh! Then again i've stepped in the crap in the middle of the floor at 5 AM.

Ironically, we switched all of our insurance lines over to Allstate a couple of years ago and they gladly took our money. Two weeks later I received a notice that we're being dropped. Apparently they did a spot inspection, noticed a Husky type dog, and that was that. Nobody asked us if we had pets.

The coont on the phone had the nerve to ask me if I wanted to at least keep our 4 auto insurance policies. I told her to get bent.
 
2014-01-15 06:17:53 PM  
He looked entirely too old to be crated. Poor guy.
 
2014-01-15 06:40:32 PM  

GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.


My job takes me into people's yards and houses every day (legally!), I meet all kinds of dogs all the time. Pits, Bulldogs, Mastiffs, Dobermans, Huskies, mutts, and every other breed you can probably think of, I've met in person. The Huskies are loud and curious, Dobies are pansies and the pit bulls are among the sweetest dogs I've met.

Want to know which dogs are consistently attacky? Lhasa Apsos. Those little bastards are mean, and I'd probably have a couple dozen scars on my shins and ankles if I didn't wear my work boots.
 
2014-01-15 07:02:03 PM  

Arachnophobe: GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.

My job takes me into people's yards and houses every day (legally!), I meet all kinds of dogs all the time. Pits, Bulldogs, Mastiffs, Dobermans, Huskies, mutts, and every other breed you can probably think of, I've met in person. The Huskies are loud and curious, Dobies are pansies and the pit bulls are among the sweetest dogs I've met.

Want to know which dogs are consistently attacky? Lhasa Apsos. Those little bastards are mean, and I'd probably have a couple dozen scars on my shins and ankles if I didn't wear my work boots.


I'm not sure that's a good barometer for breeds though. I mean, a stranger walking onto their property? Not sure I would fault any breed for going after someone for that. They could be the nicest dog in the world but they don't know you or your intentions. They're just protecting their people and their territory.
 
2014-01-15 07:04:43 PM  

jigger: He looked entirely too old to be crated. Poor guy.


There's no age limit for crating. A lot of dogs see a crate as their den or safe haven. Nothing wrong with crating, unless it's used as a punishment.
 
2014-01-15 07:08:16 PM  

abhorrent1: Arachnophobe: GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.

My job takes me into people's yards and houses every day (legally!), I meet all kinds of dogs all the time. Pits, Bulldogs, Mastiffs, Dobermans, Huskies, mutts, and every other breed you can probably think of, I've met in person. The Huskies are loud and curious, Dobies are pansies and the pit bulls are among the sweetest dogs I've met.

Want to know which dogs are consistently attacky? Lhasa Apsos. Those little bastards are mean, and I'd probably have a couple dozen scars on my shins and ankles if I didn't wear my work boots.

I'm not sure that's a good barometer for breeds though. I mean, a stranger walking onto their property? Not sure I would fault any breed for going after someone for that. They could be the nicest dog in the world but they don't know you or your intentions. They're just protecting their people and their territory.


Anecdotes, I know. But you'd think with the reputation that Pits and similar breeds have, I'd have gotten at least some level of wariness or even aggression/warning from them. It hasn't happened yet. Maybe it's how I carry myself around them, I adore dogs (even Lhasas, when they're not trying to eat my Achilles tendon) and I'm always thrilled to meet them, so maybe they can read that.
 
2014-01-15 07:14:53 PM  

SurelyShirley: jigger: He looked entirely too old to be crated. Poor guy.

There's no age limit for crating. A lot of dogs see a crate as their den or safe haven. Nothing wrong with crating, unless it's used as a punishment.


I haven't crated my dogs since they were puppies. Their crates are out though and are still one of their favorite places to sleep.
Maybe that dog has separation anxiety issues and associates going in the crate with his person leaving and that's why he doesn't want to go.
 
2014-01-15 08:18:34 PM  

GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.


What defective husky did you get?  The breed is infamous for prey drive, but with people and other regular sized dogs they are great.

Not so much for the family cat, though.
 
2014-01-15 08:22:09 PM  

Arachnophobe: GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.

My job takes me into people's yards and houses every day (legally!), I meet all kinds of dogs all the time. Pits, Bulldogs, Mastiffs, Dobermans, Huskies, mutts, and every other breed you can probably think of, I've met in person. The Huskies are loud and curious, Dobies are pansies and the pit bulls are among the sweetest dogs I've met.

Want to know which dogs are consistently attacky? Lhasa Apsos. Those little bastards are mean, and I'd probably have a couple dozen scars on my shins and ankles if I didn't wear my work boots.


Huskies are usually worthless as guard dogs for property.  Far more likely to want to meet an intruder and get a nice srcatch from the nice stranger man than take a chunk out of a burglar's ass.
 
2014-01-15 08:49:32 PM  
DOG THREAD!

My wife and I have a Australian Cattle Dog / Corgi mix and he is a hoot. When he gets really excited the corgi in him comes out and its hilarious to watch him tear around the house. More often then not though he'll just laze about the house. Though he can be nippy when he is excited.

/because two cattle breeds
//he got my hand pretty good about a week ago but it was my own fault
///<3 heelers.
 
2014-01-15 08:49:43 PM  
When I first got my pup he was a pretty big boy - 7 months old and well over 50 lbs. of unruly, untrained, lab mix crazytime. The wife and I left him out for the first two days when we went to work and for two days straight we came home to destruction everywhar. So we crated him for the next few months. At around month 3 or 4 I got a webcam and set it up in the room with his kennel so I could check in on him and see how he was doing when we were at work.

I saw him pace back and forth in his 4' x 2.5' crate (a space he can get up and turn around in - and that's about it) for FIVE HOURS STRAIGHT. Then the next day, same thing, so I knew it wasn't just a fluke. It was heartbreaking, he was stressed out and I couldn't bear to watch it and know what I was doing to him. The next day I put his crate away and I never used it again. To this day we have never had a single problem with him destroying a single thing in our home again while we were out.

During those months we had also taken him to training classes, and his behavior had improved with training immediately anyway. For my next dog, I will crate him too.... at first. But once he's comfortable in our home and is on a training schedule with us I will put the crate away again. For me the crate is a short term acclimation strategy, not a lifestyle. It seems cruel to me to be forced to live like that for a long stretch of every day. I'm not sorry I crated him at first, but I am sorry I kept it going as long as I did.

And yes, I'm sure individual results may vary.
 
2014-01-15 09:23:58 PM  

GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.


I've never met an aggressive husky.  Every husky I've met just wanted belly rubs, walkies and treats.
 
2014-01-15 09:30:11 PM  

Bonzo_1116: GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.

What defective husky did you get?  The breed is infamous for prey drive, but with people and other regular sized dogs they are great.

Not so much for the family cat, though.


I've owned huskies for over two decades now.  Never seen anything "attacky" regarding humans.  And I know a lot of people fear them because they look like wolves.

My first husky -- I was taking her for a walk around a playground area -- a bunch of kindergarteners zerg rushed me and my dog.  I initially was worried, but she just loved all the attention of the kids.

Huskies are draft dogs.  They are not guard dogs.  I think when some people claim a husky attack it was probably an akita. Whatever, I'm not getting into a dog breed fight tonight.
 
2014-01-15 10:35:13 PM  

b0rg9: Bonzo_1116: GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.

What defective husky did you get?  The breed is infamous for prey drive, but with people and other regular sized dogs they are great.

Not so much for the family cat, though.

I've owned huskies for over two decades now.  Never seen anything "attacky" regarding humans.  And I know a lot of people fear them because they look like wolves.

My first husky -- I was taking her for a walk around a playground area -- a bunch of kindergarteners zerg rushed me and my dog.  I initially was worried, but she just loved all the attention of the kids.

Huskies are draft dogs.  They are not guard dogs.  I think when some people claim a husky attack it was probably an akita. Whatever, I'm not getting into a dog breed fight tonight.


I had a husky just about take the tip of my ring finger on my right hand side off.

/Of course, it was blind in 1 eye and I was giving it and the rest of its pack treats.
//Neighbor used to race the Iditarod.
///Those were some awesome dogs, and even after they were well past time he still ran them daily.
 
2014-01-15 10:53:21 PM  

SearchN: I had a husky just about take the tip of my ring finger on my right hand side off.


Full disclosure: I have more than my share of dog bite injuries from breaking up husky dog fights.

When owning multiple of them even amongst family they have a huge pack mentality and will fight for dominance even to the point of blood.

Pack mentality, what is that?
 
2014-01-15 11:14:12 PM  

b0rg9: SearchN: I had a husky just about take the tip of my ring finger on my right hand side off.

Full disclosure: I have more than my share of dog bite injuries from breaking up husky dog fights.

When owning multiple of them even amongst family they have a huge pack mentality and will fight for dominance even to the point of blood.

Pack mentality, what is that?


Yup. Never held it against the dog, it was my fault for giving the rest of the pack treats and unfortunately for me it came to get its treats on its blind side. It saw my arm and went for the quick snack. Hurt like a biatch for a few days and I still have the scar from it 13 years later, but again, my fault.  They were good dogs. They learned to recognize my truck, when it pulled up next to their yard they all came running over.
 
2014-01-15 11:14:42 PM  

Bonzo_1116: Arachnophobe: GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.

My job takes me into people's yards and houses every day (legally!), I meet all kinds of dogs all the time. Pits, Bulldogs, Mastiffs, Dobermans, Huskies, mutts, and every other breed you can probably think of, I've met in person. The Huskies are loud and curious, Dobies are pansies and the pit bulls are among the sweetest dogs I've met.

Want to know which dogs are consistently attacky? Lhasa Apsos. Those little bastards are mean, and I'd probably have a couple dozen scars on my shins and ankles if I didn't wear my work boots.

Huskies are usually worthless as guard dogs for property.  Far more likely to want to meet an intruder and get a nice srcatch from the nice stranger man than take a chunk out of a burglar's ass.


Exactly. Our's will howl and bark then find out "oh wait, that human might want to play with me! I better go see if they will."

Allstate considers the following to be raging, rabies infected insane attack dogs and won't insure your home without additional 'nasty dog liability' insurance:

Akitas.
Alaskan malamutes.
Presa Canarios.
Chow chows.
Doberman pinschers.
German shepherds.
Pit bull terriers.
Rottweilers.
Siberian huskies.

I'm certain other insurance companies do as well. Liberty Mutual, however, insured us without a problem.
 
2014-01-15 11:19:16 PM  

b0rg9: SearchN: I had a husky just about take the tip of my ring finger on my right hand side off.

Full disclosure: I have more than my share of dog bite injuries from breaking up husky dog fights.

When owning multiple of them even amongst family they have a huge pack mentality and will fight for dominance even to the point of blood.

Pack mentality, what is that?


We've had Siberians for 17 years, currently have 13 of them. Never had a fight that went past a lot of noise and some ruffled feathers.
 
2014-01-16 12:42:14 AM  

jigger: He looked entirely too old to be crated. Poor guy.


We crate our current dog and our previous dog but not all the time.  With familiarity to crating most dogs, as they mature, start treating it like a sanctuary.  Our Gordon/Border mix goes in there when tired, the kids are loud, or she just wants to chew in peace.  She doesn't seem to mind being crated and even goes in automatically if I announce "I'm off to work" if my wife is not home.  We maintain the alpha thing in our house pretty well and both this dog and the last dog trot right into the kennel for a quick "Kennel Up."   The current sweet little (she thinks she's little) mutt is the most talkative dog I've ever seen but she just trots over silently for that command. She only gets crated for long periods (less than 8 hours always) at night (not every night, just when she's wandering around the house enough to wake the kids) or if we are going to be gone for long enough for her to possibly get into trouble.  We do make sure she has a bed, a toy, a rawhide and a small bowl of water in there .  I did the webcam thing once and it was sleep, chew, drink,sleep, play, chew, drink, sleep, sleep, rinse wash repeat.

mongbiohazard: for FIVE HOURS STRAIGHT

Sounds to me like you had a dog that was stressed due to a new environ(new house), then would had separation anxiety (I don't know where I am and these new people that seem to like me are MISSING!!!!)  and the a new experience (the kennel).  Starting with our last dog (retired greyhound so he was kennel familiar)  we start by making sure someone is home around 90% of the first day, 70% of the second and so on for a week so the dog gets used to us and their home.  We also start kennel training immediately with the command and just having them go in (they can come right back out) with praise and rewards.  Then we start closing the door, then 5 minutes, 15 and slowly up.

/Current critter is in their now, looking at me.
//Since I'm looking back at her I expect she'll ask to come up on the couch any moment now.
///Dog on your feet > any comforter/pillow combination you can find.
////Who's a pretty girl then?
 
2014-01-16 12:48:41 AM  

Arachnophobe: GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.

My job takes me into people's yards and houses every day (legally!), I meet all kinds of dogs all the time. Pits, Bulldogs, Mastiffs, Dobermans, Huskies, mutts, and every other breed you can probably think of, I've met in person. The Huskies are loud and curious, Dobies are pansies and the pit bulls are among the sweetest dogs I've met.

Want to know which dogs are consistently attacky? Lhasa Apsos. Those little bastards are mean, and I'd probably have a couple dozen scars on my shins and ankles if I didn't wear my work boots.


I remember my time in a door to door contract job for a local council for a few months. My job required that I go around the backs of properties even if the owners weren't home - so I had my fair share of standoffs with dogs.

Most dogs would back you out of the property, and you felt you could communicate with them sufficiently to the point that they wouldn't attack so long as you were smart.

The little dogs, however, didn't know what the fark the were doing. Only dog that bit me in that time was a little poodle type dog, and the owner was there, had let me in and was showing me around the property at the time. Other little dogs tried. My clipboard became a useful weapon, I do recall.

/my instinct was to kick that little shiat over the fence, so it's a good thing the owner WAS there.
//csb
 
2014-01-16 01:18:46 AM  

andynz81: Other little dogs tried.


I read some were that the smaller the dog the more likely it is they bite.  The only ones I'm sure to get bitten by are useless yappy rats Chihuahuas.

/ Yip yip yip yip yip yip  yip yip yip yip thud
// Little SOB got some good air.
/// Has never kick a dog like implied although I have held them up by the scruff of the neck in one hand while the other one was bleeding while trying to remember where I last saw a wood chipper.
////Never followed up on that thought either but the moment of fantasizing was an effective way to calm down.
 
2014-01-16 02:05:20 AM  

Enormous-Schwanstucker: Ironically, we switched all of our insurance lines over to Allstate a couple of years ago and they gladly took our money. Two weeks later I received a notice that we're being dropped. Apparently they did a spot inspection, noticed a Husky type dog, and that was that. Nobody asked us if we had pets.

The coont on the phone had the nerve to ask me if I wanted to at least keep our 4 auto insurance policies. I told her to get bent.



As a former insurance agent, I can tell you that the one who sold you that policy farked up. They probably took a hit from their company after the adjustors did their walk-by and saw the dog. You can't fail to ask someone about dangerous conditions around the house like aggressive dog breeds or a pool, and then write them a policy that excludes coverage because of those things. If you had needed to file a claim with that policy, you would have been screwed.

/once asked a customer if her hermit crabs were attack-trained, just to lighten the mood
 
2014-01-16 04:44:54 AM  

brap: I live with a Husky/Rottweiler mix.  He is very chatty too.

When I say it's time to get into the crate he says "YOU get in the crate biatch!"

I'm working on my Alpha side though.  Tonight to show my dominance I'm going to pee on everything before he has a chance to.


Why the hell do people put dogs in crates anyway?  It's like they're a material item that has to be put away at night or something.  No, it's a living creature.

FFS, have some compassion.  Being confined sucks.
 
2014-01-16 06:02:54 AM  
Uh oh....
This is how the planet of the apes got started.....
 
2014-01-16 06:20:05 AM  
reading this thread makes me miss the australian shepherd I had since my parent's divorce sent him into separation anxiety, wrecked most of the woodwork in the house, and I went on vacation my mom had him put to sleep.

:(
 
2014-01-16 06:22:21 AM  

HotWingAgenda: Enormous-Schwanstucker: Ironically, we switched all of our insurance lines over to Allstate a couple of years ago and they gladly took our money. Two weeks later I received a notice that we're being dropped. Apparently they did a spot inspection, noticed a Husky type dog, and that was that. Nobody asked us if we had pets.

The coont on the phone had the nerve to ask me if I wanted to at least keep our 4 auto insurance policies. I told her to get bent.


As a former insurance agent, I can tell you that the one who sold you that policy farked up. They probably took a hit from their company after the adjustors did their walk-by and saw the dog. You can't fail to ask someone about dangerous conditions around the house like aggressive dog breeds or a pool, and then write them a policy that excludes coverage because of those things. If you had needed to file a claim with that policy, you would have been screwed.

/once asked a customer if her hermit crabs were attack-trained, just to lighten the mood


Oh, believe me, we're better off now but I understand your point. I checked with the Virginia SCC to file a complaint and they said there was nothing that could be done. They are not required to disclose anything like that ahead of time. Seems to me that's an odd way of doing business.

/was once pinched by a hermit crab. Hurt like an SOB for a week.
 
2014-01-16 07:36:22 AM  

SurelyShirley: jigger: He looked entirely too old to be crated. Poor guy.

There's no age limit for crating. A lot of dogs see a crate as their den or safe haven. Nothing wrong with crating, unless it's used as a punishment.


This. I took me a while to get used to the idea, but my dogs don't seem to mind at all. We give them a small treat every time they have to go in.

Well, they don't mind as long as they are next to each other. Otherwise, they whine and whimper.
 
2014-01-16 09:12:59 AM  

GonzoNihilist: State_College_Arsonist: Huskies are such cute little troublemakers.

That's being polite. Huskies are only slightly less attacky than pit bulls.


1/10
 
2014-01-16 09:13:44 AM  

lewismarktwo: Gee, I wonder why the dog is named 'Blaze'?

/That guy had unkempt facial hair.  Dead giveaway.
//Dead giveaway.


My thought as well.

/Duuude!
 
2014-01-16 11:19:42 AM  

gfid: Why the hell do people put dogs in crates anyway?  It's like they're a material item that has to be put away at night or something.  No, it's a living creature.

FFS, have some compassion.  Being confined sucks.



Teach me and my shelter dogs more about compassion, Jesus of Assowrath.
 
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