Posts Tagged ‘dog’
Corona Heights dogs be OOC, out-of-control, and I’m not even talking about all the poop being left around by thoughtless owners / guardians.
The owner of this pooch is probably oblivious, oh well. But I’ll tell you, at least one person in this photo was temporarily horrified by the poodle. Man, she looked pissed. And for good reason.
If this is the way Corona Heights Park is operating, then something is wrong with Corona Heights Park.
Or, in other words:
“The dog people own this park; it’s not for kids or anyone else who doesn’t enjoy seeing leash laws broken, dog piss everywhere, and taking the chance that one might bite your kid.”
“Conron has since repeatedly stated he regrets initiating the fashion for this type of cross breed and maintains it caused “a lot of damage” together with “a lot of problems”. He also felt he was to blame for “creating a Frankenstein” adding that problems were being bred into the dogs rather than breeding away from problems. He is further quoted as claiming: “For every perfect one, you’re going to find a lot of crazy ones”
Word on the Street: The Aggressive Pit Bull Lady of Alamo Square – “With One Word, My Dogs Could Kill You”Wednesday, August 27th, 2014
Two pit bulls came rushing up to him on the east side, and when our walker asked the owner to call the dogs away, she became extremely aggressive and told our walker, “With one word, my dogs could kill you.”
Sounds credible to me.
And here’s your takeaway:
If you see this woman & her dogs, it’s best to walk away. She clearly has no interest in being a good neighbor.
Aggressive dog owners, you might think that you have a friend in Supervisor Scott Wiener and if you all keep giving him money, you’re probably correct, but not everybody in town is a weak-willed politician. A lot of people in town don’t like you.
So straighten up and fly right, why not?
Hello Kitty Father, Hello Kitty Mother, Hello Kitty Son, Hello Kitty Daughter – Plus SF Giants Hello KittyFriday, July 25th, 2014
It’s a Hello Kitty nuclear family!
Complete with two Hello Kitty dogs:
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I’ll tell you, Supervisor Scott Wiener, for one, lives in fear of running afoul of these people, the very same people who vandalize the “no dogs allowed” signs our Feds put up on certain parts of our Federal lands:
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Our Feds wonder why Bay Aryans can’t abide the rules the rest of America accepts with no trouble at all…
So look out, little Western Snow Plover. The dog pacs of the world say that you’re nothing special and that, in fact, you don’t even exist – they say there’s no such thing as a Western plover anything. OK fine.
As seen at Ocean Beach near Taraval, 1200mm focal length:
Good luck, little plover.
(OMG, this dude’s “white, in his 40’s, 6 feet tall, with short salt-and-pepper hair, and very fit?” Man, my ears are burning! But it wasn’t me.)
Well, this isn’t good:
Recent reports of incidents near Blithedale Summit Open Space Preserve
San Rafael, CA – Visitors to the Blithedale Summit Open Space Preserve above Mill Valley and Corte Madera are cautioned to be watchful for a non-uniformed man misrepresenting himself as a Marin County Open Space District ranger.
Two incidents have been reported on or near Blithedale Summit Fire Road within the past month. The man is alleged to have provided incorrect information to visitors walking dogs regarding the Open Space District’s rules pertaining to dogs. In one incident, he is alleged to have kicked a dog and taken photographs of the visitors, both women, with his cell phone.
The man is described as white, in his 40s, 5-foot-10 to 6 feet tall, with short salt-and-pepper hair, and very fit. He said his name was Dave Stevenson and that he worked for “the department.” At the time of the incidents, he was wearing black and silver bicycling clothing and possessed a black mountain bike.
The man is not employed by or associated with Marin County Parks or the Marin County Open Space District. While on duty in open space preserves, rangers are always in uniform.
Marin County Parks is investigating the incidents. Others who may have interacted with a man matching that description, or who may have witnessed similar interactions, are urged to contact Marin County Parks at 415-473-2816.”