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    • For once I am early yay
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    • My ex wife bought a husky puppy and kept it in a small bathroom while she was asleep, and while she was at work. Totaling about 20hrs a day. And then she wondered why it cried all the time and shit everywhere. I finally convinced her to let it go. She's really a terrible, self-centered asshole.
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    • If you leave your dog in a cage all day you’re a terrible pet owner
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    • If you kennel train a dog right, they learn to accept the kennel as a safe zone. So not punishing then with being in the kennel, having them eat and sleep in there will make them like it. If it's a place for punishment or they're neglected in there, they will learn to hate it
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    • I adopted a husky recently. Always been against it up until now but she really needs her crate, she is only home alone for 2-4 hours a day because my roomate, boyF, & I all have alternating shifts, but she has separation anxiety so she needs the crate otherwise she is very destructive when lonely.
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    • People that call themselves "parents" to their animals or call their pets their "kids" are subpar and just inferior
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    • I got a puppy a couple months back and I worked too much and all the dog was doing was living in his cage, it sux seeing that so I gave him to a house where he had lots of room to play. Hardest moment of my life
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    • My dogs have a doggy door and can free roam around the house and back yard. Ive trained them to shit piss outside so they don’t fucked up my house. Its cool. I’m normal I’m a human being.
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    • If you’re going to leave you’re dog crated most of the day then you really shouldn’t have a dog.
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    • I mean my dog sees his kennel as a safe space. He goes there when he's feeling sick or just wants to be left alone. We put him in there overnight cause he sits in there anyway
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    • If you ain't gon cuddle and love your doggo, dont get a fucking doggo
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    • My dog sleeps in my bed. He wiggles his way under my arm as I sleep. And when awake, he stays in my lap while I watch TV or play games. When I'm not home. He waits at the door.
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    • Crates are actually good for dogs people! If you train your dog to like the cage then it wouldnt be a problem, my dog would sit in the cage with the door open, he'd go into the cage all by himself
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    • Bonnie goes with me everywhere.
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    • Dogs should only be in cages if they sleep in them or are being taken somewhere where they need to be in a car
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    • My dogs life;wake up, go pee, sleep, go in back yard to sun bath, sleep, sleep some more, take her for walk, eat and then sleep, call her to bed and then she sleeps till morning......in her mind she living the best dog life since we adopted her, even if she slept through most of it these 6 years 😂
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    • Won't catch me putting a dog in a cage. There is a dog door for when he has to use the bathroom and he has a dog bed and toys and lots of food for when I'm not around and I leave the TV on for him too. Happy pupper, happy life
      Jooheon_ 18 jun
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    • I get irriated by anyone who thinks owning a pet is at all equivalent to being a parent. I love my pets but I have them and no kids yet specifically bc they're much easier to take care of
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    • If you are gone for too long during the day for work and you don’t have a nice yard or a walker, don’t get a dog. That’s like, rule number 1. Don’t get animals until you can properly care for them. How do people not understand that?
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    • If you don’t have a yard and are away from the house/apartment for 8+ hours a day, don’t get a dog
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    • I want a dog so bad, but if I can't treat it like a king, I don't deserve one yet.
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    • Kennel training for dogs is a wonderful skill that all dogs should have. But like any training tool, it has to be used properly or else it becomes a bad thing
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    • I share this opinion. Either take the time to train your dog, or don't have a dog. I love dogs, but I recognize they are active, social animals. I'm a workaholic who is gone a lot. I'd love to have a dog but I don't have one because it wouldn't be fair for them to be alone so much, especially caged.
      SophSimpl 20 jun
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    • If you’re dog doesn’t have special needs, and you still crate them after a year and a half old, you shouldn’t have a dog. Either you didn’t take the time to train them not to chew shit up, or you are just a dick.
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    • I was at the ATM and I left my dog in the truck while running with the doors locked, some girl was saying she gonna get to hot she needs help not realizing I'm 10 feet away, as I got to the door she asked how long she was in there I said "45 seconds"
      Shields 18 jun
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    • Sorry some of us got jobs lmao broke ass
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    • I knew a bitch that had 4 cats and she’d leave them alone in her apartment for daysss and just disappear and the cats never had food or water and id pick her locks with my mom just to feed them and stuff, literally the only time I saw her with them was when they were on her snap story
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    • This is my doggo....she would rather sleep in her crate then on my bed with me.....
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    • Do people actually do that? Like, I get when they're in trouble, or you have guest, or you're out, but all day? That's cruel. My dog sleeps in my own damn bed and he's a fat, lazy asshole, but damn right I treat him like a prince. He's baby.
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    • Anyone who says furbaby will be locked away for life
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    • I don't like dogs but I agree with this. Don't have a pet if you can't take care of it. Also, don't give animals as gifts, they are not objects and if someone really wanted one, they can get it themselves.
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    • Meanwhile my golden retriever climbs mountains with me, eats part of my dinner, and sleeps in my bed with his head on the other half of my pillow.....
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    • facts
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    • Man, I get worried at worried when I wake up and my puppy ain't on my bed. I'll literally be looking all over for him at 3 am for the little dude.
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    • I hate people who keep their dog in a cage for long periods of time, bitch don't get a dog if you don't have time
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    • My dog owns our house when we’re gone. switches from beds to couches to whatever she wants haha. I love her she’s a little human and she doesn’t even destroy anything any more! Only when she was a wee baby pup. We literally play pbs tv for her when she’s home alone. Judge me lol
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    • It aint even hard to potty train and teach your pet to not fuck with furniture. Then all you have to do is put a doggy door and watch when the animal is toothing(they bite anything). Then you dont have to leave them in a cage or outside.
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    • Some people have no business owning a dog :'/
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    • Crate training dogs is good because they potty train faster but after that you really shouldn't put them in a cage
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    • There's a big difference between locking them up for bed and locking them up all day
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    • Holy shit I got featured lmao
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    • I rescued a dog from a neighbor who would leave her dog in the cage all day everyday. Walk him once, feed him only once in his cage, and most of the time the cage was full of shit and piss. He was losing fur and skinny as shit. And every time he would make one noise she would yell at him.
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    • "Hey baby! Mommy wants to take pictures for Insta! You know what that means! My special little girl gets to come out of her crate for an hour while I force you into #Adorbs posses! Then I'll lock you back up so I can repeatedly hit refresh for 30 min to make sure you earned enough likes for food!"
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    • Dogs should only be in a kennel for kennel training
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    • You’re not a mom if you only have a dog. If you celebrate Mother’s Day for having a dog, please kill yourself. Fuck dog moms
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    • I broke up with my gf bc of this reason
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    • Yeah sure I get it you didnt want scratches or feces on your furniture bit at the very least dedicate the basement or a large room for them not a cage. My neighbor across the street does this. These cages are small too like they barely have room to stretch.
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    • If you have a dog or a cat and keep it in a cage that much, you shouldn't have one. You have to have the capacity and time to care for an animal if you're going to get one
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    • If you’re a dog mom then that dog is a son of a bitch.
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    • People crying over this post are people whose houses smell like dog piss and shit and let their smelly hairy drooly animals wipe their assholes on their couches and beds and lay in their filth because doggos are lyfe
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    • This person has never owned a dog and it shows
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    • I don't cage my dog I leave it running around since he is a good boy
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    • We have to lock up our dogs when no one's home. Otherwise we'll come home to the trash can knocked over, poop on the ground, and any food left out eaten
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    • If you say fur baby you shouldnt be allowed to own a pet
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    • Unpopular opinion (apparently): Raising a dog is absolutely nothing close to raising a child. While it undoubtedly takes work, it simply does not compare.
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    • My dogs are caged while Im at work. Ive tried letting them free, but I had to do too much cleaning after work. But when I'm off, no crate time whatsoever.
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    • I really dislike cages. Either train your dog or don't get one in the first place
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    • i had a friend that found it disgusting that my very clean indoor dog sleeps in my bed with me, bitch ass
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    • PSA: No pet is a low maintenance
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    • My dog used to need a cage when she was younger, but it was mainly for us to be able to sleep and for her to sleep. After that, she never needed a cage again. She slept where we slept and she was happy
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    • My dog is only in her cage while nobody is home because if she's not in her cage she'll piss on everything. She's a good girl tho 10/10
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    • I don’t mean to call you all out, but putting a dog in a kennel 8 hours a day when it’s young is kind of an assholish thing to do.
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    • My neighbor had a dog they just left outside every single day no matter what weather. They never took care of him and i got so sad i had to feed him myself eventually i convinced the neighbors to take the dog so now hes got a good home with me
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    • My sister. And she wonders why he's getting aggressive.
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    • Dogs should only be crated at night and while you’re away for a couple hours until they are potty trained and trained to not tear up the house
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    • I think a lot of owners just use the term “crate training” to justify not wanting to clean up a mess after they left their dog alone for the entire day. It’s really only supposed to be for a few hours.
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    • Everyone wants a puppy but not everyone wants a dog
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    • No cage/kennel gang wya?
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    • I have never had to crate any of my dogs. If you are worried about them tearing up stuff, either don't get a dog or train them properly.
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    • I don’t let my dog free roam. That’s why he has a very big room to his self with all the things he needs until I get back 🙂
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    • This was something that needed to be said
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    • Sometime though you gotta realize ppl work long shifts. Yes where as its wrong to leave them in there for that long they may live alone and have no choice. This prevents the dog from having accidents in the house as well. So where i agree i also disagree.
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    • Personal opinion, if you have a dog you shouldnt keep it in a cage. My dogs have never and will never be in cages, they roam freely around the house all the time with no issues.
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    • I have a vegan friend who literally does this and let’s her dog out at lunchtime but it bothers me to my core that she does it. She doesn’t put him outside because he will eat the (dead) grass in her backyard. Makes me so sad.
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    • If you don't have patience for a dog then don't have one. I would love to have a dog but i lack the patience so i just stick with my cats.
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    • I leave my dogs with the whole house at their disposal.
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    • I only did that to puppies so they couldn't rip things up, but its a big cage with toys and food.
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    • My sisters a dog mom. Feeds her dog raw meat, filtered water, has like 7 different leashes, got the dog clothes and socks
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    • Training a dog around a cage is a good idea, keeping a dog in a cage 14 hours a day, is not training around a cage
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    • That’s the biggest reason I can’t get a dog. I live alone and I’m gone 12 hours a day and I won’t treat an animal like that.
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    • Kennels are actually comforting to dogs. They provide them with a smaller "den" that's just the dog's space. Many dogs, when provided an open kennel, will often choose to spend time in the kennel, especially anxious ones
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    • Only time my dog goes into the cage is as punishment which is rare
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    • my dog used to be put in his crate overnight and while we were at school and generally not at home when i was still a kid, which i realized fucking sucks bc that’s most of the time. now he’s left free range and sleeps with me in my bed
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    • My cousins constantly talks about how "I love my animals" but they literally come out of the cage once a day and thats for them to go outside
      Gorgamu 18 jun
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    • Lot of dogs feel better when they're in a cage, like in a thunderstorm and they're scared, they will go into tha cage because it puts something between them and danger. Some dogs have to be in one when they're home alone because they get separation anxiety and destroy things, some dogs have to when
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    • They’re not your freaking children. They are pets. That stuff is so cringey...
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    • Am I the only one that never keeps my dog in a cage?
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    • Yea seriously. Just because you call it “crate training” doesn’t make it ok.
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    • My dog be like....
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    • I’m being a good dog owner by not having a dog.
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    • My dog does live in a cage overnight, but only because she is very incontinent and living indoors would be a mess.
      BrookIyn 17 jun
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    • My dog is in training cause he is still a puppy, once he is trained and doesnt poop inside he shall be free :D
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    • My dogs sleep in their kennel at night but roam free during the day. It’s a great way to teach them a schedule and to keep them out of stuff while you’re sleeping.
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    • Dogs are the worst
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