Human Rights Activism – For Humans, Not Animals
Against Dog Barking
NO Dogs, Please! is a multinational group of concerned individuals who have been negatively affected by the seemly uncontrolled behavior of certain dog owners and respective public servants, of all levels.
We want to sleep without disturbance, to observe clean sidewalks, to appreciate well maintained parks and beaches, to breathe clean air, to enjoy the peacefulness within our own homes, to maintain our good health, to walk safely in any neighborhood.
We, NO Dogs, Please! members, are Pro-humans. No, we are not dog-haters or animal-haters of any kind. This is not a matter of hating or not any animal, but of expecting society to respect and protect law-abiding citizens from the abuses of improper dog ownership behaviors and practices.
“We are not the solution, if each one of us did our share, the world would be a much better place. For all.”
We fight for a better, safer and more peaceful life for ourselves and our family members. This is nothing less than one of the most basic rights law-abiding citizens deserve. For that we aim to:
- Eradicate the problems of anti-social, irresponsible dog ownership;
- Support victims of dog assault and dog owner harassment;
- Promote better owner control practices through activism
- Ameliorate the fouling of land and water by dog excrement;
- Alert and remind public servants, police and authorities of their duties and responsibilities towards tax-paying citizens.
Major Sections – Visit our Site
NO Dogs, Please! web site is to be composed of several sections, each with a specific purpose, with accompanying internal pages. Also, you may find additional pages of quite interesting info. The main sections and pages are listed below but there are countless more not listed there. They are:
Irresponsible X Responsible — Dog Owners
Currently there are over 78 million dogs in the United States alone, and several other millions around the world. Not to count the stray ones.
Ownership falls into one of two categories: Responsible dog owners and Irresponsible dog owners. Good dog owners care for their dogs properly with adequate food, exercise, entertainment, shelter, training, licensing, vaccination, cleaning, and companionship.
Responsible dog owners recognize a dog as a high maintenance animal, and in need of constant attention and care. They know that allowing a dog to become a nuisance or threat to others can be detrimental to the dog’s well-being as well as create an environment of hostility, damaging human-animal relations on a much larger scale. They understand their full responsibility as a dog owner.
Bad, irresponsible dog owners allow their dogs to bark, whine, roam free, vandalize, defecate, bite, attack and murder. Dog barking is one of the major problems. Owners are too ignorant or self-centered to understand the needs of a dog or to care whether they are disrupting the lives of others around them. To them, dogs are only accessories to their lives used to build their own self-esteem or purposely used as weapons of aggression.
Their abuses create a multitude of societal problems taxing the surrounding environment, animal control departments, law enforcement and court systems. These types of owners give all dog owners and their pets a bad name.
So, Why Was this Initiative Created?
Apart from the reasons above, there is one major personal reason that I, Mr. M.A.D., decided to start this site and form our NO Dogs, Please! initiative and it involved a 3-year-old little boy who got extremely sick by… dogs.
Dog Barking – A Major Problem
One of the first problems we are going to tackle is dog barking, noise nuisance that is making misery of people’s lives. Dog barking even goes beyond of a highly annoying and loud noise, it causes main health and psychological damages. We aim to eliminate dog barking with proper and responsible activism.
You may read more here on Why? The reasons this Blog exists.