What’s the worst thing about owning a dog? by QuestionGuy August 6, 2022, 5:35 pm What’s the worst thing about owning a dog? What do you think? 5 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMeDogowningQuestion and AnswerWhatsworst See more Previous article Watched my crush getting fucked right in front of me. Next article TIL dolphins actually have names for one another, using a unique whistle to distinguish between different members within their pod. 38 Comments Leave a Reply Hair. Log in to Reply I am profiting (400$ to 500$/hr )online from my workstation. A month ago I GOT chek of about 30k$, this online work is basic and direct, nxh don’t need to go OFFICE, Its home online activity. 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Log in to Reply When you notice they’re declining and you know you’re going to have to say goodbye soon. And when that day comes, despite having anticipated it, you’re still an emotional train wreck. Log in to Reply [deleted] Log in to Reply They die before me. It’s always so hard. Log in to Reply They live long enough for us to get super attached, but too short in my opinion. Ive lost so many dogs in my life. Some where 15, 16+ and some unfortunately had cancer and died before at 8 or 10. Breaks my heart entirely. Oh and when you don’t have kids but have a dog and people dont understand that she IS my kid. So I have to get a pet sitter and plan for vacations. Log in to Reply They stink. Log in to Reply Anal glands. Log in to Reply Mine dug up my father in laws garden, it looked like the Somme Log in to Reply [deleted] Log in to Reply Their obsession with skunk’s!! Log in to Reply When you realize that they won’t live with you forever. Log in to Reply They’re a lot of work… they require so much of you. It’s worth it IMO. But damn Log in to Reply The bills Log in to Reply Cleaning up.When I first got my dog it was winter so I kept it inside.I got 2 carpets in my room,fluffy ones.She pissed on one and shat on the other. Log in to Reply Accidentally stepping on them and then not being able to apologize Log in to Reply It really limits travel plans. You can leave a cat for a few days with enough food and water, but a dog needs a babysitter, boarding, or to just go with you. My fiancee and I have been trying to plan a trip to Europe and the dogs are the most challenging aspect. Log in to Reply That you will likely outlive them and have to face the devastation when they leave Log in to Reply Short life-span. Log in to Reply They don’t live as long as us Log in to Reply Over a cliff, perhaps? Or perhaps the dog simply made them drown over time. Dog says, “Go on.” Sheep But it’s adorable, “Further” However, I am unable to breathe. “Further” “But I’m dead,” you say. Edit: Someone has informed me that the dog is called Karl and that he is a llama that wears a hat. Log in to Reply ***BARKING***!!!!!! Pissing/shitting on the floor, even if they’ve just been outside and gone. Hair freaking EVERYWHERE!!!!!!The stench, especially when they’re sweaty, but they always have a yuck odor. Begging for your food, when their dish is completely full. Stealing your food if you accidentally leave it within their reach. Tripping over the dog as you’re trying to do something. Bonus points if you’re trying to make your way to the bathroom in the dark, and the dog gets in your way. The vet bills/medical bills you’ll end up having to pay when your dog attacks another dog, or *worse*, a **human**. Log in to Reply The goodbye. Log in to Reply When it turns on you, there’s dogs that do eventually if you don’t treat em right Log in to Reply Being judge, jury, and executioner at the end of 10-15 years together taking care of each other, they very rarely die peacefully of natural causes. Log in to Reply Diarrhea. Log in to Reply Every day I have to get out of bed early. Log in to Reply You can’t take them with you everywhere. Log in to Reply When they start making the horking sound that means they’re going to puke, and you have exactly two seconds to get them off of the carpeted/fabric covered surface they happen to be on Log in to Reply Five sheep were herded into the sea by my dog. They simply vanished into the water. Grandpa didn’t like it. Log in to Reply Trying to cuddle her needy ass enough for her to be satisfied. Nah! Just kidding. She’s a service animal and she’s amazing. Emotionally intuitive to the point that she’ll copy whoever she’s in the room with. Tears are automatic hugs. Wouldn’t trade her for anything 😊. Log in to Reply Needing a sitter for a trip Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.