Somebody has to do It!
November 16, 2016 5:19pm CST
Having dogs in New York City can be wonderful if.... *They aren't too large *You don't leave them alone all day *You live near Central Park or Riverside Park *You let them run in a doggy park *Your dogs clean the food from the floor that your children or grandchildren drop *Your dogs only play with their own toys *You clean up after them - It's the law Having dogs in New York City can be very, very bad if... *Your dogs get banned from doggy day care for fighting over doggy toys *Your dogs bark and cry when you leave them alone *You must hire dog walkers when you visit someone with a cat named Doodles *Your dogs beat you into the elevator and sit on people's feet *Your dogs are overly protective of their young masters *Your dogs can only run in the doggy park if no other dogs are there Pictured is my granddaughter walking one of her two somewhat very well behaved doggies.
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If only i could get my now 15-year old son to understand the whole "cleaning up after them" part of dog ownership.... he's notoriously bad about it.... he's the one who often walks our LARGE dog because he's the only one (of the kids) who are really strong enough....
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• Pamplona, Spain
Yes having a Dog can be great but its usually me that ends up walking him. I have seen the problems in the City too we had a few of those there. He is always on a leash and kept away from Cars and Houses. He is pretty good really but don´t tell him I said so.
• United States
We've always had more cats than dogs at the same time when the kids were growing up. The kids were raised with a pooper scooper! Since my husband's surgery, I've had to take over cleaning Doodle's box twice a day. Not a pleasant task! Lol!