When I go out into the world it is my responsibility to not confuse an animal who sometimes confuses his own shit with a tasty meal.
I love my dogs. But damn, what are they thinking?!?
(And people, leash your dogs!)
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Oh I totally agree.Dogs can be so nasty. Uck! They need to leash their dogs so that they stay out of my garbage cans. I hate coming home to find torn diapers strewn all over my yard.
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