Do they know how difficult it is to keep a dog?

It's good to hear the views of dog owners, but I wonder just how long it will be before we realise just what keeping a dog really means.

I had one once. It was hard work, time consuming, smelly, inconvenient, noisy, unhygienic and expensive.

The myths surrounding dog ownership are perpetrated by large multi-national companies.

One day we will look back with disbelief at the keeping of large animals within our homes. But first we have to escape the brain-washing from the dog and cat food industry, and numerous connected businesses.

Alas, it might never happen.

(A short note to dog owners: don't bother to reply; I already know what you are going to write!)

Jane Noble

Malvern

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1:49pm Mon 3 Mar 14

Porker says...

If you don't wish to give people the right to reply then please don't force your ridiculous comments on us in the first place. Thanks.
If you don't wish to give people the right to reply then please don't force your ridiculous comments on us in the first place. Thanks. Porker
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2:43pm Mon 3 Mar 14

sarah and her chickens says...

Having been a home help for 15 years I tend to find that husbands and children are also messy,unhygienic and expensive. Perhaps it would be best not to keep them indoors either. Especially when they are either very young or very old. Would put me out of work though !
Having been a home help for 15 years I tend to find that husbands and children are also messy,unhygienic and expensive. Perhaps it would be best not to keep them indoors either. Especially when they are either very young or very old. Would put me out of work though ! sarah and her chickens
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