You’ve seen it.
The internet arguments. The hateful, judgement filled ripostes over obscure matters of philosophy, breeding ethics, training, dog food.
The in-person arguments, accusatory fingers pointing at prong collars, red faces, spittle flying, pausing just a breath before catfights and hair pulling.
The people dressing their dogs up in humiliating costumes (well, I’ll admit to that one), talking about their “furbabies” verus their “skinbabies” and that it’s “all in how they’re raised” and the ubiquitous pitbulls-in-tutus and squeaky juvenile voices. Don’t shop, adopt!
And the dogs. The money. The time. The extremely tacky dog-themed clothing and jewelry.
For some, it’s a calling, for some, it’s a passion – for some they’re just NUCKING FUTS.
Why? Why is dog “culture” so full of crazy people?
I have a few hypotheses. I figure that I weigh in about a 3/10 on the Scale of Crazy Dog People, for these…
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