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    • Prolly dogs left out in Texas heat that nearly kills them bigdickus
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    • Chains are fine for short periods of time if you don't have a fence and it's not too hot out
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    • Fine when I can’t chain my dog and he runs up to your rat and rips it in half like a chew toy don’t bitch
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    • Uh that’s definitely not a good thing lmao. Speaking from experience sometimes only chains will keep a dog in your yard. Not everyone has fences, and if you have a dog like mine fences make no difference that fucker just ghosts through anything you throw at him.
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    • So? Instead of putting dog on a 50ft lead. I have to buy a 7000$ fence or it's a crime? I love my dogs... but damn... what's this about? They have water and shelter and a kiddy pool.
      Axla 31 may
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    • Dude no a lot of cars go by fucking fast on my road I don’t want my dog getting run over cause some person wanted to go fast
      Adoria 31 may
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    • So letting your dog roam free to run away is better? Letting your dog have the possibility of attacking pedestrians and then having your dog put down? Ok
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    • Leaving dogs chained up isn't abuse, but it does escalate into abuse when you leave them in extreme weather, without proper shelter, food or water, leave them out for days at a time, ect.
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    • My dog is kept on a long chain to keep him from sneaking out and killing my chickens. Just because he's kept on a chain doesn't mean I'm a monster.
      Cybus 31 may
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    • So you are just supposed to let your dog run away?
      Heron 31 may
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    • Chaining dogs isn’t the problem. If your dog is so strong that you need a chain, get one. Leaving dogs outside on a hot summer day with no shade and water, that should be illegal.
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    • Um.. my dog likes to run around and my neighbor is a douchebag so i kind of have to.
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    • It is not Miagi, it's Miyagi, show some fucking respect
      Qormak 4 jun
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    • How are you going to keep your dog in your property? I understand that they're probably doing this to prevent dogs from being chained and left to die, but there's definitely a better way to go about it.
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    • Cool, all the dogs get to run out in the streets now and get hit/run away
      Toast_E 31 may
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    • I mean okay but when some big ass dog breaks out of his rope and tries to eat your private bits, you're gonna wish it was on a chain
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    • Thats....actually really, really fucking stupid
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    • Dogs are property
      eweil87 31 may
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    • I feel like everyone on this app loves the idea of dogs but has never actually seen one in real life
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    • Honestly hear me out but as a jogger i feel like people putting their dogs above humans in any regard is sorta becoming an epidemic i can't tell how many times I've been bitten or had to buy new sweat pants its annoying as hell because everytime i have to call the cops other wise if on the off hand
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    • Nothings wrong with chaining a dog as long as it’s not it’s whole life, then you deserve to die and you didn’t have any right to get a dog in the first place
      Predator1 31 may
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    • Maybe people should train their dogs and actually care for them rather than just chaining them outside and feeding them every once in a while.
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    • *95% of rural Texas gets arrested*
      crabone 31 may
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    • Im hoping theirs some stipulations to this because if dogs can’t be chained at all a lot of bad shit is gonna happen
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    • That's dumb, if that passes how can I limit my dogs freedom outside, while simultaneously staying inside sitting on my ass
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    • Keeping Dogs without shelter or water is already illegal. Many dogs who run off only get outside time when on a leash, rope, or chain. Another "looks good on paper" idea brought to you by Big Gov't
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    • I'm so fucking retarded. I read that as cleaning a dog would be illegal. I spent 5 fucking minutes trying to figure why cleaning a dog would be illegal.
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    • Cool we'll just let then run off?
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    • I don’t get it, we used to own a small home with no back yard and we’d let our dogs out on our front yard on chain for about half an hour every now and again to shit and piss since when is letting an animal be out side where they naturally belong criminal?
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    • Im a mailman and people who don’t have their dog chained up or in an enclosed yard ends up having the dogs that i have stand offs with and have to bust my dog spray out for, havent been fully attacked and had to use the spray as of yet, but ive still had quite a few stand offs with dogs
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    • This is stupid, people chain dogs up at shops and stuff while they go buy things, this is going to cause more dogs to be left at home instead of being taken out, even for short walks.
      Raven_N7 31 may
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    • I live in Texas and let me just tell you there are dogs that need chains a rope will not stop a German shepherd or a greyhound or a pitbul There shouldn't be spice on the collar but I have a right to make sure my dog is secured and not at risk of running away
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    • How is that a bad thing, it's literally just tying them up so they can't go anywhere while you can't have them with you, like if you go into a store
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    • Why tho? You want dogs to just run loose?
      1936 31 may
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    • Pretty dumb law
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    • Fuck so now the big ass Rottweiler down the street gonna fuck me up big time
      GodNigga 31 may
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    • Time to get devoured by the weird neighbors overly aggressive German Sheppard, because it’s not ok for a dog to be confined to a space that keeps others safe
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    • That’s right, just let you dogs run wild. Not like people have spent thousands of years domesticating dogs for animal rights activists to erase it all.
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    • Ok so more dogs will get shot now good for yall
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    • So how the Fuck do you stop them from running out in the road after a squirrel
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    • I've been wanting to be attacked by my neighbors dog yeaaa
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    • My dog needs to be on a tie out when he’s outside, he jumps the fence. I don’t want to come home to a dead dog
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    • I just wanna know if what I do is fine. I chain my dog up during the day with plenty of food and water, and he has enough room to run around, and plenty of shade, and I bring him in at night, most of the time I bring him in my room. Is that acceptable?
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    • Good thing we still got rope
      logni718 2 jun
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    • If they ban chains my neighbor Better put their pit bull in a fence because I watched him chew through a 2 inch thick paracord rope that was made to hold him in 5 minutes
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    • my sister lives in Texas and she keeps her dog chained up with the chain wrapped around his neck way too tight. she doesn't feed him, he eats only what he can kill if he can reach it. im actually going down to texas in a week to go steal him and give him a life he deserves
      wakhk 2 jun
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    • I had a dog that we chained up for wondering the neighborhood. people would give him food like pizza and hamburgers. One person didnt like him so when he came onto their land they shot him. Turns out he didn't get out on his own we had neighbors that would let him loose because the chain was cruel.
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    • So the better idea is to either put a huge burden on the pet owner by illegally forcing them to put a fence or have dogs wandering the street producing unwanted puppies? Great plan texas
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    • Use a rope?
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    • Might be a Texas thing because of heat. But to let my dog out I got to chain him inside the pen because he always finds a way to dig out or tear down the fence. He doesn't run off, I just don't want him getting hit by the semis that drive 50-60 mi/hr down the road
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    • For every dog that might not be chained for a good reason... There's probably one that's chained for the public's safety...
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    • *gets arrested for leaving my dog outside for 5 minutes*
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    • Then how the fuck are you supposed to keep your dog in your yard if you don’t have a fence. Not every dog on a chain is abused or unloved
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    • My dog who passed away (bless her heart) was chained up as a puppy and had beer bottles thrown at her. Flea infested and very malnorished, plus dehydrated. My sister took her. I grew up with her and my favorite memories was when I got home she'd jump up, put her paws on my shoulder and we'd dance.
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    • iFunny niggas be like damn those parents should kick that kids ass but you leave a dog outside on a chain to enjoy itself they cry
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    • I have had 100 of dogs and A) they have preferance to either a chain or fence B) most of the time it's too keep them from getting to people who are scared of them C) if you are a dumb fuck who doesn't chain them near shade then of course your a dick D) not everyone can afford fucking fences
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    • No offense to all dogs but sometimes you have those dogs that were raised to be aggressive. So sometimes chains are necessary.
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    • Yes let them fucking run away
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    • Here's the thing though.All the good dog owners don't put their dogs on chains for hours every day; so the only people this law is going to affect is the shity dog owners who don't know how to train their dogs. And those dogs are just going to run away and get run over by cars or bite people
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    • I love dogs as much as the next person but they’re animals. Not people. Animals. There’s nothing wrong with putting a chain on an animal.
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    • yeah... now let me point out my good girl, hope, a 5 yo lab WOLF mix... i bought a total of 10 350 lbs steel cable dog leashes for her..... in 3 months. she broke every one. if she gets free, she can be put down. the only thing that held her was a 12 gague steel chain. she was very happy outside.
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    • You can kill babies but god forbid you chain an animal
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    • Raiynah 31 may
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    • My home has a fenced in back yard and my jackass dog still has to be on a cable cause he just jumps a six foot fence and leaves for two days and then comes home after he fucks all the neighbors dogs and gets hungry
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    • Keeping a dog clearly unattended for long periods of time is what should be illegal. Fences will make it harder to catch someone ignoring their pets.
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    • There ain’t nothing wrong with chaining up a dog. It’s when people dony give the dog what it needs it becomes a problem. I keep my dogs on chains and they are some of the most loving dogs ever.(yes I keep constant water to them, they have good shelter, and I feed them on a regular schedule)
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    • How else are you supposed to let you dog in the back yard? Build an expensive ass fence?
      enjOyit 31 may
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    • Retards these days are becoming so sensitive. What’s next? Lightly tugging its leash is considered abuse?
      Metals 31 may
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    • Honestly (and correct me if I’m wrong) as long as the pup is being properly taken care of, and not being left to cook in the sun for hours on end. I don’t see the problem with chaining them. It’s a matter of how they’re needs are taken care of by the owner, not the fact that they’re chained.
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    • It's one thing to have a 100 foot chain and a doghouse, food, and water nearby, it's a whole other thing to have a 10 foot chain
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    • There isn't anything wrong with chaining a dog outside for a short period of time. I had one who liked to sun himself
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    • more nanny state bullshit
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    • So we can let our big dogs kill small ones sweeet
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    • If you get a dog but dont want it in your house why tf would get a dog then?
      Cyrolix 4 jun
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    • This isnt good sure dogs can roam but some will fucking run away and get them selves killed
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    • Uh this is kinda a bad thing in situation especially since cops just shoot the dog if it bark towards them
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    • I mean I’m all for no animal abuse but that sound like it causes lots of problems
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    • Except some dogs I have to be chained because they are too strong for just a leash or a rope and as long as they have plenty of water and shade and are not neglected they are just fine being outside chained up
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    • Thought this was Texas.. Not California..
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    • My dog would see a squirrel 🐿 then be gone...
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    • That's not very safe for untrained dogs
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    • Yet they still have people who just abandon their dogs. Smh
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    • Real talk if we starting focusing on issues both sides of the political spectrum agreed on we could a lot more done
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    • This sounds great....till some nigga pitbull mauls you to death on the sidewalk
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    • They can make you not chain your dog? What is it’s for the animals own safety? I guess let every dog get smashed by a semi
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    • I mean a lot of dogs are gonna fun away then, do you want that
      NomAnor 31 may
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    • But if you've got shade and water, what's the issue?
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    • If chaining is illegal just use rope, ez loophole
      DabzAngel 31 may
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    • So are we talking like, leashes that weigh maybe two pounds or actual chains that weigh like, 10 pounds?
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    • My old dog got sick and really sad when it was inside, we never knew why, but we took amazing care of him even though he spent 99% if his life outside, sometimes chained.
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    • Chains go hand in hand with dogs, it might appear inhumane but my dog broke his last chain so now he has a bigger one.
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    • Texas is gonna see a lot more dead dogs on the road
      ZMZ1997 31 may
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    • Then a toddler gets mauled by someone’s unruly fight dog. Oops
      Yzzami 31 may
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    • You say that until some pit bull mauls a child
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    • i chain my dog up in the front lawn so she can be outside with me but also so she doesnt run away
      akNoonan 31 may
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    • How about we stop trying to solve problems created by dumbasses with laws? Just an idea
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    • Yeeaah! Let the Texan kids get mauled by dogs and let the house that dog is let in turn into a shit factory.
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    • Anyone gonna mention how super aggressive dogs will be biting the shit out of little kids all the time?
      KlanMan 31 may
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    • How the hell can you put them in your backyard to shit then??
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