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Old 01-19-2019, 11:32 AM
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All of this reminds me. There are no bad dogs, just bad owners. Except for chihuahuas.
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Old 01-19-2019, 11:48 AM
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I'm sensing a viable business opportunity here. Short term dog leases, or dog rentals. I could see many clients that might benefit. That young family that isn't sure they're ready for a dog but just want to try it out. Or maybe they know they want a dog, but they want to try out a few different breeds. Maybe an older person that wants some company in the warmer months, but doesn't want to worry about the dog when they go to their winter retirement village in Arizona. That college student that knows dogs aren't allowed, but is going to sneak one into the dorm anyway, but won't have anywhere for it to go when it gets kicked out. That disc golfer that wants to annoy other disc golfers by walking around courses without a leash but doesn't have a dog to do so...

A dog lease would come without much of the hassle of dog ownership - food, toys, training, clean up, bathing, kenneling, vet visits, etc could all be covered by the leasing company. As the leasing company I would get to have a whole farm full of dogs to play with.
Pet leasing is actually a real thing:

https://www.usatoday.com/story/money...ing/615348002/
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Old 01-19-2019, 11:57 AM
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So I have to leash my dog to protect someone else's disobedient unleashed dog?
Yes. To protect their dog, your dog, yourself, and any others in the area.

How do you not understand this?

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Old 01-19-2019, 12:13 PM
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So when you're mongrel comes charging up to my dog that never leaves my side when commanded to, I don't have a right to complain? That's utterly ridiculous!



You've never met a well-trained dog then. It's not necessarily surprising, outside of hunting dogs, I've never met one either. They're probably pretty rare to see in a park or DG course.

They exist for a reason, for idiot dog owners, who typically don't obey them anyway. Pretty much the same reason as most laws, to protect us from idiots (who generally don't obey them anyway).
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So I have to leash my dog to protect someone else's disobedient unleashed dog?
Proof that entitlement is real and that its shroud is very difficult to see through.

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All of this reminds me. There are no bad dogs, just bad owners. Except for chihuahuas.
...and those dogs that look like mini dobermans...

I h8 those dogs...lil barking spazzes

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Old 01-19-2019, 12:21 PM
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Dudes, I drive close to 100 mph through my residential neighborhood. Im a GOOD driver. The speed limit is for those bad drivers. Why should I have to follow the law?

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Old 01-19-2019, 12:25 PM
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...and those dogs that look like mini dobermans...

I h8 those dogs...lil barking spazzes

nyah..
I think they're part chihuahua...
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Old 01-19-2019, 12:29 PM
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Whomever owns the property you are on makes the rules whether it be public or private. I allow free dogs at Hawk Hollow provided they are not cattle chasers, then I don't. Violators make me really mad as they put our livelihood in jeopardy. Sidenote: it is legal in Virginia for me to shoot your dog if it is chasing my cattle.
When I lived in SC I was forced to shoot a dog which broke in to our goat pen. It had killed one goat and was working on another when I killed it. It broke my heart but was perfectly legal and necessary.

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Old 01-19-2019, 12:54 PM
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Whomever owns the property you are on makes the rules whether it be public or private. I allow free dogs at Hawk Hollow provided they are not cattle chasers, then I don't. Violators make me really mad as they put our livelihood in jeopardy. Sidenote: it is legal in Virginia for me to shoot your dog if it is chasing my cattle.
What if your cattle is chasing my dog? Can I shoot your cattle?
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Leave it. Entertainment over accuracy, anytime.
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so, do I fix the title or are we actually leasing dogs?
It's not the title, it's the whole post. It's about dog leases
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