It’s a Dog, Not a Lawn Ornament – guest post from Mr. Ribbert

Arrow and Beaugie 1Anyone who has lost a pet knows all too well how painful that can be. We try to treat our beloved pets like a member of the family. That is, some of us do.

My job allows me the opportunity to see many different neighborhoods in town and there is one thing that I see on far too many occasions, it has really started to get me angry. These people, and I use that word loosely, that keep their dogs chained up, to the bumper of an old car all day long. or to a fence post and to top it off, many of these dogs are long haired, it doesn’t appear that they have EVER been to a groomer. I don’t know what in the world is wrong with someone who treats their pets like they are lawn ornaments. It is blazing hot outside, and if you can’t take the time to put up a fence around your property, and provide decent shelter, out of the heat for your dogs, then you shouldn’t have them. What kind of life are you giving these loyal, wonderful animals? There is a special place in hell for those who mistreat animals.

If you read this and recognize yourself, then you should be ashamed. Perhaps you would be better off getting some garden gnomes, if this is how you are.

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Homer Perkins
    Jul 21, 2013 @ 08:56:26

    Perhaps it’s because our furry friends have long provided us with comfort, camaraderie, and unconditional love. Cats and dogs are our unending source of kisses, cuddles, slobber, claws, and laughs. Watch as NATURE shares the stories of pet owners and their beloved animals. From a very special dog named Jerry, to a cat that saved a man’s life, Why We Love Cats and Dogs presents a portrait of some of the most powerful and remarkable connections we experience as humans—the unbreakable bonds with our pets.

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  2. Eugene Cioucchiano
    Jul 22, 2013 @ 16:49:30

    You can’t repeal Obamacare because on in seven blacks, one in ten Hispanics and one in Twelve Italians (thank Fumento) have HIV/AIDS and can’t afford treatment.

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