Disposable Animals, Disposable Dogs – Personal Stories

Personal Stories of Dog Victims

A personal little story by ‘Nona’:

(I hope my email doesn’t get shown) Im not sure what your opinion is on animals being “disposable” but I think they can be disposable once you’re tired of them.

Activists hate that but wouldn’t it be better for the animals to go to someone who wants them instead of being with someone who doesn’t want them?

I hate when animal owners complain about their animals but don’t do anything about it.

As someone who lives with 4 and can’t do anything about it, it pisses me off that those who have the power to get rid of the animals that they tire of but just complain.

My mom is one of those.

I love her but as she tries to relate to my plight, it just isn’t the same.

She deals with it by “putting a pillow over her head to sleep”. Im like “why not just get rid of them”?

My fiance does express some regret sometimes. (can it be a breakthrough? ^.^? no? okay. -.-)

I’m like ‘just get rid of them’? They act like its too late to change their minds.

I think it’s been beat into peoples heads that they are forever and family and if you want to get rid of them you are an bad person because its akin to giving up a child.

I dont know whats going on in their minds that was just a good guess. So do you think that animals should be disposable?

Thanks a lot for your story, Nona. I never publish  the emails of the people when they are polite and logical.

Yours is a tough situation, when your own Mother seems to care more for dogs than for her own daughter, and the rest of the family by consequence.

The only thing I can think of to resolve this, with no trauma, is a non-ending convincement campaign with your mother. Keep, you and all your close family members, talking and emphasizing to her all that you explained in yous story above.

She was kind-of brainwashed by the dog culture, now she needs to be de-brainwashed.

And, yes, dogs can be disposable, like any other animal. People just want to dispose them of.

Thanks again and all the best.

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Dogs, Fireworks, Hysteria, Madness… in N. England – Personal Stories

Personal Stories of Dog Victims

This is a story from a resident in Northern England telling about the insanity that took place in the region, all because of a dog.

Scary, but quite the norm in several other places today.

Here it is:

I live in a seaside town in the North of England called Whitley Bay and people here have gone completely crazy for dogs.

Almost all of the pubs, cafes and snack bars advertise themselves as dog friendly so if you want a guaranteed dog free drink or snack you better stay at home or be content with a very limited choice.

There is only one pub that does not allow dogs, part of a national chain with a national no dogs policy. Dog worshippers nationally spew out their vitriol about the issue on Trip Advisor.

Many local shops, travel agents, newsagents, food shops, general dealers etc have bowls of water outside their premises as if there are hordes of dehydrated dogs staggering from one oasis to the next. This is the North of England where it rains twenty percent of the time, not some tropical island.

All the local public transport allows dogs on and they sit on seats without complaint or comment from any human travellers.

Anyway, the big issue in the local paper this week and last week relates to an event that took place just over a fortnight ago.

The claim is that a husband and wife , both aged 78, took their dog, Shearer, for a walk near a local nature reserve. Just as they released Shearer from it’s leash some people decided to have what was described as “an impromptu fireworks display with professional standard fireworks”.

Shearer bolted and was not seen again until its body was washed up on a beach around ten miles south of Whitley bay.

The death of this dog elicited mass hysteria in the national mainstream media and on the dog worship sites.

There were calls to ban fireworks.

It was an attempt to create a moral panic.

The local paper ran a full front page spread plus an additional half page on page 5 last week encouraging readers to sign an on line petition to ban the sale of fireworks to the general public.

This week they ran a lengthy letter from a pressure group entitled, “Firework Abatement Campaign” in Lincolnshire which is around 200 miles from Whitley Bay.

The British Government debated a petition to ban fireworks because they frighten dogs in June of this year and wisely came to the conclusion that existing legislation is sufficiently robust to remain as it is.

As well as these articles, the newspaper is running a poll on whether or not readers want fireworks sale to the general public banned or not. The poll presently stands at 92% for banning, although there is no number of respondents given so it could be 92% of 20 for all we know.

This newspaper, like many of the nationals in Britain likes to run emotionally laden dog positive propaganda. Any attempt to question this is dismissed as a rant. No one has questioned the spontaneous firework display in the middle of the day story and no one has come forward to corroborate this extremely unusual event.

In England we average 2 humans killed a year by dogs, half of them children. 13 children have been killed by dogs in the last ten years. This year, unusually, we had 2 deaths in the one week.

There was no outcry about doing anything or banning dogs, or bringing in tighter controls about dog ownership.

In May of this year a staffordshire terrier got among a playground of children in Blyth, a town seven miles away, and eight of them were hospitalised. The local paper did not run a campaign to protect children or to manage dogs.

Whenever dogs seriously injure or kill people , the prevailing mood is one of concern for the future of the dog involved.

This is the kind of madness our society has turned a blind eye to. We have acquiesced to the erosion of our freedoms by irresponsible dog owners. We have accepted some really stupid ideas and junk logic as if it was common sense and natural.

It doesn’t have to be this way. When I was growing up in a working class area of Glasgow in the 1950s, no 0ne in my street had a dog. No one in my school had a dog.

We knew that some people had pet dogs because, when we went into middle class areas there was often shit on the pavement.

If anyone had openly said that dogs were better than humans or more important than human children, if anyone had said that dogs were their friend, companion, family member or that their dog loved them society would have ridiculed them or pitied them. It’s not too late.

We have to stand up to these canine loving misanthropes.

In 17th century Holland the dominant belief was that a tulip bulb had the same value as a house.

Because the majority believe something doesn’t means it’s right or that it makes sense.

I have provided place names and the name of the dog so that the readers can check the level of stupidity and hysteria for themselves.

By JC, from England

Thanks a lot for your story, JC. Hope you guys could ammeliorate this situation in such a nice place like Whitley Bay.

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“Anacondas, don’t eat my cows, take dogs instead!”


Guess what is inside that belly…

In western-central and north-western regions of Brazil, Pantanal and Amazon, areas that concentrate huge farms with thousands and thousands of hectares, each, one new trend is forming; farms in the region are getting dogs.

Yes, they are getting more and more… dogs.

What? Are they getting insane? Bringing dogs to a previously quiet and silent place? What are they thinking?

They’re thinking logically.

Those farmers, through their many farm workers, are bringing as many dogs as they can from surroundings towns and villages, since in those places dogs roam freely, currently so many as like mosquitos in the air (hum, ok, not so much but close).

As a sign of the times, most of those dogs were from larger cities, belonging to people participating on that former fad of that everybody must have a dawg. Now that they realized what reality really is, they are dumping their dogs, as far away as they can from them, so that they could not be accused of animal cruelty. Dog lovers logic.

But why are farmers bringing dogs to their farms?

As a second sign of the times, those regions are being affected by severe climate change, whatever it is; rain in the dry season, no rain in the rainy season, unusual longer periods of draughts, severe floods, and so on.

Well, animals in the area, real animals I mean, the wild animals, are puzzled about what is happening and so they have to relocate to other places in search of a more suitable environment, as well as for shelter, and food.

One of the animals in the region is the Jaguar (Panthera onca), an alpha predator(!).

Jaguar dog eater

“I love dog food!”

Can you guess where this story is going to…?

Well, contrary to what you may be thinking, I’m not going to talk about those beautiful Jaguars (as long as you stay as far from them as you can) since their population numbers are seemingly within the norm according to the people there. (But, yes, what you’re thinking, happens, too, and a lot! You may learm more here)

My point is… Anacondas.

The number of Anacondas in those regions seem to have increased significantly, so much so that many farmers have lost numerous cows due to those giant pythons. And Yes, they are giant, specially when they have so much bovine food for free.

As you can guess, farmers trying to avoid losing their valuable cows (each is worth at least a couple thousand dollars, and they have several thousands) are using those unwanted dogs to feed those Anacondas, instead of with their cows.

They just bring the dogs and release them in the areas nearby their farms in the hope that the Anacondas i the area have a feast with those dogs, instead of their cows. Profit!

“The ability for dogs to actually survive without human help is of no concern to me. Let natural selection sort it out.”
From France

anacondas and dogs

See that large body of water? Anacondas love them; and dogs too!

Why dogs?

Well, dogs are much more palatable (I’m not so sure about the taste but probably Anacondas are not so picky) since they are not so big than a cow and as dogs love to harass people and other animals, well, they get what they ask for.

And, of course, because they’re free for the picking anywhere!

Note to dog lovers

You always say dogs are so smart, so brave, so courageous, so besterers in everything… that, of course, they are not being eaten at all, it’s just our imagination.

Please don’t believe me, just say it’s a gigantic lie and that that is not happening as we speak. You know the truth.

Note to regular people

To normal people out there, please don’t let the dog lover’s associations of the world know about this new trend. They may want to create an international ban on Anacondas in the wild.


This is a true story told to me by a close friend who lives in the region. No joke.

And before you go, take a look again at this:

Giant Anaconda Captured After Eating Neighbour’s Dog

This is Not a Giant Anaconda, as a matter of fact, just a Regular adult Anaconda. There are much bigger ones than that.

Safer than dogs!

Fantastic, isn’t it?

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How to Avoid a Dog Park in YOUR Neighborhood – Guide

No dog park allowed

No dog park wanted in residential area of Bluefield, WV

No Dog Pens In a Residential Neighborhood!

This is the real story of a resident in West Virginia small town fighting right now to prevent a dog park of being set up in a residential area. And this article brings a few ideas on how to prevent that.

Firstly we publish her ordeal, both the short and long story, then we talk about a pre-plan on How to Avoid a Dog Park in YOUR Neighborhood – Guide, a list of options that we strongly hope we could use in case that happened to any one of us. If you want to skip directly to the What-Can-We-Do part just click on the link above.

Remember, this is an ongoing case, happening as we speak.

Short story:

I started following this site about two years ago in deep desperation to stop my city from putting in two dog pens in a small residential park that is less than an acre in size and is the only open area we have in this housing district for two miles on either side. It has been a battle, with everyone telling me how crazy I am because I do not want a 100 x 50 foot dog pen next to my home, nor does anyone except two people of the more than 100 homes that directly surround this park. I have decided to start a Go Fund Me Page so that this neighborhood can sue the City. I am hoping by posting the Go Fund Me Page here, others will read it and help our cause if they can. I am beside myself. I cannot believe the city is doing this to us. It’s crazy.

Full story in greater detail: Continue reading

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A Real “Thank You” Letter, from France – Personal Stories

Personal Stories of Dog Victims

This site is notoriously known for receiving all kinds of cursings, death threats and what not. Specially several “f@ck-you” notes. Right now I have over 200 messages in my in-box and certainly most will be just like that.

By the way, I just noticed that I’ve got not my first, but my second(!) report to the FBI! You’ve read it right, that FBI. It’s on Facebook. All because I’m letting people know real stuff about mutts and nutts.

Yes, Mr. MAD is famous!

Well, on the other hand, once in a while I come to get a real “Thank You” message. Together with a kind personal story from a regular French folk, just like us, who simply want to live our lives in peace.

I just want to say that I’m really glad I got this message and that this is one of the main reasons I keep on with this site.

A big Thank You for you too, cher visiteur!

Here is:

This is a message of support and gratitude from one of your french readers. I want to thank you. I have always wondered why I was forced to endure the stressful barks of dogs every time I walked in front of some gate since my childhood. Every walk is a dog’s opportunity to disturb my tranquility and peace of mind. I’m not afraid to say it even scares at times. City life has been a source of stress to me, and I’ve found out that road traffic is not the only cause of that. In every park, on every sidewalk, on every path : dogs are here. Many nights, I stayed awake late because barks disturbed my sleep. My mother herself was bitten by a dog when she was a child. A guest’s dog has come into our garden and scared my pet tortoise (the dog barked and looked like it was about to attack, and tortoises as you know are powerless, peaceful animals…) I was almost kicked from the familial home because the guest’s dog was still there, and my father knows how I hate dogs, so for peace’s sake he decided that I had to leave ! Can you believe this ? The next day, I was walking outside, minding my own business, and I swear within one minute after I left my place, a f****** dog jumped at me and barked at me. This was the last straw. Enough was enough. I kicked him right in the snout, in view of its owner who was shocked to see someone actually expressing its disapprobation of her unquestionable choice of owning a dog and letting it disturb people. I was furious. I AM furious. How have we come to this ? We have come to this because some misguided people took for a pet a degenerated wolf hybrid trained for hunting and guarding since thousands of years. We must DEFEND ourselves. Let’s stop being passives and letting a few dog owners ruin our cities and parks. We deserve better than this, and dogs deserve to return into the wild (The ability for dogs to actually survive without human help is of no concern to me. Let natural selection sort it out.) So, thank you for this blog, it shows me that I am not alone, it has given me methods to defend myself against this plague, and it gives me hope that, maybe, some day, we will have dog-free cities and lives. Thank you. ***** from France.

Once more, thank you very much for your kind words.

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Dog Repellent With… Water Bottles!


Keep those pesky dogs away from your home!

A clever, and unexplainable at least for me, is a trick done by regular folks down in Mexico. The sane people who do not have dogs.

For several decades people in the countryside of Mexico used to place transparent bottles of water on their windows and doors to repel not dogs, but mosquitos.The same ones tat today carry the Zika and Dengue viruses, for example.

It was funny and amusing to see so many water bottles everywhere.

For some reason, or reasons, mosquitos almost never cross the windows or doors where the water bottles were placed. Maybe because they relate that water to rain that could crush them or due to some water physical/chemical characteristics we don’t know about.

Well, some astute observers down there noticed that where they placed those water bottles, the same would happen to those pesky dogs. They wouldn’t come either!

Dogs see the bottles and turn back! Continue reading

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The Dog Lovers’ SANATORIUM – Most Stupid Things Dog Owners Say

Most Stupid Things Dog Owners Say – The Doggists’ Sanatorium

Find out the most ridiculous and insane things dog owners say, and do, conversations that you, as a normal person, would only expect to find in a Sanatorium full of incurably sick persons, people of the highest degree of insanity.

stupid things dog owners say

This is Not a joke post, it’s real, all made true by hard-core dog lunatics.

My respect for the real mentally challenged persons

First of all, my utmost respect for the persons who, due to a little but significant mistake made by nature, came to develop some kind of mental illness that impaired them of living a normal life. They didn’t choose to become mentally ill, it was forced upon them and they had no recourse. Again, it was not their choice. This post has nothing to do with them, at all. Once more, my full respect for them, their families, and the real doctors who fight for them to live a better life.

Dog lovers, on the other hand, choose to live an unhealthy, demented life.

Ok, ahead. Continue reading

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Anubis – The Egyptian Dog God of the Dead

Anubis, God of the Underworld.

Anubis-dog god of the deadAnubis was an extremely ancient deity whose name appears in the oldest mastabas (meaning “house for eternity” or “eternal house” in Ancient Egyptian) of the Old Kingdom and the Pyramid Texts as a guardian and protector of the dead. We are talking Egyptian Mithology here, one more culture where dogs are related to evil creatures.

It was originally a god of the underworld, but became associated specifically with the embalming process and funeral rites. His name is from the same root as the word for a royal child, “inpu”. However, it is also closely related to the word “inp” which means “to decay”, and one versions of his name (Inp or Anp) more closely resembles that word. As a result it is possible that his name changed slightly once he was adopted as the son of the King, Osiris. He was known as “Imy-ut” (“He Who is In the Place of Embalming”), “nub-tA-djser” (“lord of the scared land”).

Anubis – The Story of His Birth

The Egyptian mythology states that Anubis was born after Nephthys made Osiris drunk. Without his consent, Nephthys made him drawn into her arms. Then he gave birth to Anubis.

Anubis – The Family

Anubis is believed to be the son of Osiris and Nephthys. His sibling was Horus. The goddess of purification, Kebechet was his daughter.

Anubis, Guide of the Dead

Anubis was initially related to the Ogdoad of Hermopolis, as the god of the underworld. In the Pyramid Texts of Unas, Anubis is associated with the Eye of Horus who acted as a guide to the dead and helped them find Osiris. In other myths Anubis and Wepwawet (Upuaut) led the deceased to the halls of Ma’at where they would be judged. Anubis watched over the whole process and ensured that the weighing of the heart was conducted correctly. He then led the innocent on to a heavenly existence and abandoned the guilty to Ammit.

The ancient Egyptians believed that the preservation of the body and the use of sweet-smelling herbs and plants would help the deceased because Anubis would sniff the mummy and only let the pure move on to paradise. According to early myths, Anubis took on and defeated the nine bows (the collective name for the traditional enemies of Egypt) gaining a further epithet “Jackal ruler of the bows”.

The growing power of the Ennead of Heliopolis resulted in the merging of the two religious systems. However, Osiris was the King of the Underworld in the Ennead and he was more popular (and powerful) than Anubis. So Anubis was relegated to a god of mummification. To save face it was stated that Anubis had voluntarily given up his position when Osiris died as a mark of respect. Some myths even stated that Anubis was the son of Osiris and Nephthys (who was herself associated with the funeral rites). Anubis was still closely involved in the weighing of the heart, but was more a guardian than a ruler.

Anubis – Patron of Lost Souls

He became the patron of lost souls, including orphans, and the patron of the funeral rites. In this respect he overlapped with (and eventually absorbed) the Jackal God Wepwawet of Upper Egypt.

During the Ptolemaic Period Anubis became associated with the Greek god Hermes as the composite god Hermanubis. Hermes was messenger of the gods, while Anubis was principally guide of the dead. Hermanubis was some times given attributes of Harpokrates. He was worshipped in Rome until the second century and was popular with Rennaisance alchemists and philosophers.

Priests wore Anubis masks during mummification. However, it is not clear whether the Anubis mask was a later development influenced by the Osirian myth or whether this practice was commonplace in the earlier periods too. Anubis was also closely associated with the imiut fetish used during the embalming ritual. Anubis was credited with a high level of anatomical knowledge as a result of embalming, and so he was the patron of anaesthesiology and his priests were apparently skilled herbal healers.

Tombs in the Valley of the Kings were often sealed with an image of Anubis subduing the “nine bows” (enemies of Egypt) as “Jackal Ruler of the Bows” and it was thought that the god would protect the burial physically and spiritually. One of his epithets, “tpy-djuf” (“he who is on his mountain”) refers to him guarding the necropolis and keeping watch from the hill above the Theban necropolis. He was also given the epithet “khentyamentiu” (“foremost of the westerners” i.e. the dead) because he guarded the entrance to the Underworld.

He was originally thought to be the son of Ra and Hesat, Ra’s wife (who was identified with Hathor), but later myths held that he was the child of Osiris and Nephthys, or Set and Nephthys. He was sometimes described as the son of Bast because of her link to the perfumed oils used in embalming. His wife, Anput (his female aspect) was only really referred to in association with the seventeenth nome of Upper Egypt. It is thought that they were the parents of Kebechet, the goddess of the purification.

Dogs and jackals often patrolled the edges of the desert, near the cemeteries where the dead were buried, and it is thought that the first tombs were constructed to protect the dead from them. Anubis was usually thought of as a jackal (sAb), but may equally have been a wild dog (iwiw) He was usually depicted as a man with the head of a jackal and alert ears, often wearing a red ribbon, and wielding a flail. He was sometimes depicted as a jackal (such as in the beautiful examples from the tomb of Tutankhamun) but only rarely appears as a man (one example is in the cenotaph temple of Rameses II at Abydos).

His fur was generally black (not the brown associated with real jackals) because black was associated with fertility, and was closely linked to rebirth in the afterlife. In the catacombs of Alexandria he was depicted wearing Roman dress and the sun disk flanked by two cobras.

Anubis was worshipped throughout Egypt, but the center of his cult was in Hardai (Cynopolis) in the the seventeenth nome of Upper Egypt. To the east of Saqqara there was a place known as Anubeion, where a shrine and a cemetery of mummified dogs and jackals was discovered. He was also worshipped at cult centers in Abt (the eighth nome of Upper Egypt) and Saut (Asyut, in the thirteenth nome of Upper Egypt).








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Letter of Intent to Sue a dog Owner – Free Template

Letter of Intent to Sue dog ownerIntent to Sue Letter – Free Template

A Letter of Intent to Sue a dog Owner is a formal document where you, as victim of a dog crime, can express your near-future intent to prosecute a dog owner for the crime/s s/he may be committing.

Note that this is your Intention, not your Decision, meaning that you may change your mind any time, with or without the situation being resolved.

This Letter of Intent to Sue a dog Owner has the aim to clearly demonstrate to the perpetrator, dog owner, that you are serious about that problem and this is the last resort to resolve it amicably.

Which Crimes Can I Send a Letter of Intent to Sue a dog Owner for?

  • Barking
  • Dogs at large / unleashed (eg gated communities)
  • Dangerous dogs in the premises (eg apartment buildings)
  • Dog fouling (in your yard/property/sidewalk)
  • Damages caused by the dog (fences, gardens)
  • Odors caused by dogs and/or their location

Who Can I Send a Letter of Intent to Sue to?

  • Dog owners
  • Landlords
  • Kennels
  • Petshops
  • Animal Control

You could even send this letter to the Police or your city politicians and administrators but in this case you Must get the assistance of a competent lawyer before you initiate anything.

Can I Only Send this Notice Letter to a dog Owner?

No. You may send it to any party committing a crime where dogs are involved:

  • Dog nannies
  • Dog walkers
  • Landlords
  • Petshop owners
  • Homeowners Association
  • Building Administration, etc

Giving notice of intention to sue

Before commencing proceedings in court, a Notice of Intention to Sue letter should be given to the other party, he dog owner. This notice gives the other party 21 days in which to try and resolve the matter.

If no notice of intention to sue is given, the filing fee (the amount you pay the Court to lodge the claim) will not be recoverable, even if the action is eventually successful.

After serving the form on the defendant, you must wait a standard minimum 21 days for a response before taking any further action.


Some people suggest Mediation but that approach does Not work in the absolute majority of times. Worse, as no overly formal agreement was reached, the dog owner may re-initiate his criminal behaviour again, sooner than expected, and you will have to go through all that again. Waste of time. Money. Energy. Health.

Mediation is so NOT recommended.

“Reviewing five years of ‘barking’ complaints we could demonstrate no decrease in the number of complaints or related citations that correlated in any way with our contract expenditures in this area,” Health Department Director Dr. Francisco Garcia.
Pima Animal Care drops barking dog mediation contract

Service of Letter of Demand

This letter does not have to be filed in the court, and can be sent directly to the defendant (the dog owner) by either Registered post (preferably), regular post, or it can be given personally to the defendant. The plaintiff (you) should keep a copy of the letter and all records like registered letter receipt or date/time/place/name of the person you delivered the letter to.

Registered post

Registered Post is where the addressee must sign for receipt of the document. You can organise and pay for your document to be sent by Registered Post at any post office. While using Registered Post shows that the letter was sent, it is not strictly necessary.

Template of our suggested Letter of Intent to Sue :

Your Street/PO Box/Apt. #
City, State, Zip Code

Date Day NN/ Month month/ Year NNNN

Contact Person/Position
Company Name (Homeowners Association, Building Administration, etc)
Street/PO Box/Apt. #
City, State, Zip Code

RE: Letter of Intent to Sue
Account #/Reference #

Dear [Name of Contact Person]:

This letter serves as the formal notice of my intent to file a lawsuit against [Name of Company] for [Complaint].

[Details of complaint -include dates-account numbers-company representatives involved- you must be concise]

Please arrange the correction of all matters listed above within 21 days of the posting date of this letter. If I do not see this I intend to commence legal proceedings to recover the debt and my legal costs.

If you wish to resolve this matter, amicably, without court action, [terms of settlement] within [days to resolve before further action is taken].  If I do not hear from you/your company, I will initiate a lawsuit. My attorney at law will be contacting you from then on.

Your prompt action is appreciated,
[Your Name Signed]

[Your Name Typed]

Does a Letter of Intent to Sue Work Every Time?

It’s expected by all persons victimized by dog that after a Letter of Intent to Sue is sent to the offending dog owner all their problems will cease. There is no such thing, unfortunately.

It usually works, most of the time, but not in all cases. Some dog lovers are hardened criminals or anti-social people or previously nice people who were later brainwashed by all the dog propaganda, and say: “I don’t care. Let them sue. I pay how much the penalty is. I can go to jail for how long it is. But nobody will ever take my dog!”.

In this case, your very best option is to hire a competent lawyer and go through all the legal process, lengthy and costly, in Small Claims Court or Superior Court, now to obtain financial reparation AND the destruction/relocation of the dog.

Anyway, the worst thing you can do is doing nothing.

Final notice – From Me

I am Not a lawyer. This information is provided in my highest goodwill but I encouraged you to talk to a competent lawyer, for example at the closest Small Claims Court where there are usually lawyers who can give you FREE legal advice and proceed in full accordance to all the laws and regulations in your specific location, be it neighborhood, city, state, country.

All the best.


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Poonami – Dog Poop Tsunami From the Skies – Personal Stories

Personal Stories of Dog VictimsThis is a fantastic story from Reddit. You will love it!

Uncle’s Patient Dog Poo Vengeance

By TimeTravelTrabi

This is a story about my uncle’s vengeance. My uncle is chill and friendly, but he once had the misfortune of living next to an awful neighbor. The guy actually didn’t have a ton of bad habits, but he did exactly what he wanted to do and he didn’t care who it affected. And one of the things he wanted to do was take his big dog on a daily morning walk and let the dog do his doggy business on my uncle’s lawn.

The first time my uncle caught him, he calmly confronted him and politely requested that the neighbor stop using his lawn as a dog toilet. The neighbor calmly told my uncle to get fucked: he didn’t care what my uncle thought, there was nothing my uncle could do about it, and nothing would change.

This being 1970s southern California, my uncle couldn’t record the neighbor and shame him online or report him to the police for some litter violation, and although he is a cool uncle, he was in no way physically intimidating enough to get this guy to back down. Every day for a week he went outside to confront the shitty neighbor and his shitting dog, and every day he got the exact same answer: fuck off, I don’t care, and there’s nothing you can do about it.

On the eight morning, my uncle stayed inside, watching as the neighbor yet again allowed his dog to leave a fudgy dump on his lawn. Then, after the neighbor and his dog had continued on their walk, my uncle grabbed a shovel and went outside. He scooped up the dog shit and, with masterful accuracy, flung it onto the roof of the neighbor’s house. As mentioned before, this being 1970s California, the neighbor’s roof (like all of the houses in that area) had a very shallow slope, and once he saw that the poop didn’t roll off, my uncle headed back inside.

He repeated the exact same procedure every morning… for the next eight months.

Not once did the neighbor notice the steadily growing pile of dog shit on his roof, baking and dehydrating in the California sun. Not once did he smell anything off, nor did he find it suspicious that my uncle still greeted him in a friendly manner after having his lawn used as a dog loo every single morning.

Finally, after eight months, the hot and sunny weather gave way to a massive rainstorm. Within minutes, the entire crusty layer of dog poop shingles rehydrated and broke free, a reeking mudslide from hell that sloshed down onto the neighbor’s property, splattering his lawn, his house, and his car with literal pounds of dog shit. Over the next few days, the neighbor’s grass succumbed to the poison and died, paint began to flake off his car, and the neighbor himself had to finally clean up after his dog once the sunny weather returned and the remnants of the dog poonami began to dry up while still stubbornly stuck to every stinking corner of his house. Tragically, my uncle didn’t take any pictures of the poo-house (I would have loved to have seen that).

From the day after the rainstorm to the day my uncle moved out of that house, he never spoke to that neighbor again… but the dog poop stopped appearing on his lawn for good.

We can always learn something…!

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