When you get a dog, you are signing your life away to be a slave to your dog’s bowels. It’s just how it is. Your dog has to poop, so you must come home from work early or hire someone to go to your house, and you let your dog out to do his business. When he’s done, you have an obligation to fulfill; you must remove it from the premises, the doggy equivalent of flushing the toilet. And yet, thousands, if not millions, of dog owners shirk this duty every day. It’s this sort of crappy behavior that results in dogs being banned from parks, beaches, and other public places. As dog owners, you can’t just dump your responsibility to scoop the poop entirely. Ignoring your obligations has consequences that extend beyond you and your dog.
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Monday, August 1, 2011
I had a question posed to me after someone read this post about questions to ask in a breeder interview, and I would like to take the time now to answer that question.
“Why is breeding dogs more than twice a horrible sin?”