By Anonymous - 11/12/2009 13:17 - United States

Today, I took the dog for a 45 minute walk/jog. She sniffed everything on the ground like she always does. She marked her territory twice and we finally got home. As soon as I took her off the leash inside she ran to the kitchen and took a dump right on the kitchen mat. FML
I agree, your life sucks 29 611
You deserved it 3 677

Add a comment

You must be logged in to be able to post comments!

Top comments

She was marking her territory. Again. Pissing or shitting in the house is just another way for your dog to tell you that she's the alpha and you're not. As #3 said, marking is unusual in bitches unless they're dominants. She most likely considers you a pack member of lower rank. So start showing her who's boss, or she'll be shitting elsewhere in the house to assert her status. Stop acting like a lesser pack member. Use a strong, assertive voice when correcting your dog. Do not lower yourself to her height when greeting her (bend down if necessary, but do not crouch to her eye level). If necessary, gently grab her upper jaw or nose to administer discipline (in a wild pack, greeting involves the more submissive canine approaching on the belly and reaching up to lick the leader's lower jaw, so handling your dog's lower jaw could be taken as a sign of submission to her alpha status). If assertiveness is not working, turn your back and ignore her until she corrects her behavior (she will eventually realize she has done something wrong and run to your front side to regain your attention, so keep turning your back on her until she crouches and whines/rolls over to show her belly/displays other apologetic behavior). Seriously. Take charge, or you'll be her bitch.

A dominant bitch will actually mark. It's more prominent in males for sure, but not unheard of for bitches. Although if she never does it and then suddenly starts, it could actually be a urinary tract infection.

Comments

hahaha that sucks!

ahhhh finely home

yea... my dog did that a lot!! i know how it feels!!!! hahahahaaa

Bitchs don't mark their territory, only dogs do.

YDI for calling her "the dog."

ydi for even HAVING a dog

^ Words that could only be said by someone who had never had a dog.

A dominant bitch will actually mark. It's more prominent in males for sure, but not unheard of for bitches. Although if she never does it and then suddenly starts, it could actually be a urinary tract infection.

you guys are terrible fucking people!! the dog is alive how'd you like if someone killed you for doing something wring?

That bitch has made you her bitch! Now, make that bitch a sammich, bitch! If you want to keep a dog, you have to be the alpha male. You, sir, are an omega pussy.

YDI for owning a stupid dog.

beat her with a chew toy?

She was marking her territory. Again. Pissing or shitting in the house is just another way for your dog to tell you that she's the alpha and you're not. As #3 said, marking is unusual in bitches unless they're dominants. She most likely considers you a pack member of lower rank. So start showing her who's boss, or she'll be shitting elsewhere in the house to assert her status. Stop acting like a lesser pack member. Use a strong, assertive voice when correcting your dog. Do not lower yourself to her height when greeting her (bend down if necessary, but do not crouch to her eye level). If necessary, gently grab her upper jaw or nose to administer discipline (in a wild pack, greeting involves the more submissive canine approaching on the belly and reaching up to lick the leader's lower jaw, so handling your dog's lower jaw could be taken as a sign of submission to her alpha status). If assertiveness is not working, turn your back and ignore her until she corrects her behavior (she will eventually realize she has done something wrong and run to your front side to regain your attention, so keep turning your back on her until she crouches and whines/rolls over to show her belly/displays other apologetic behavior). Seriously. Take charge, or you'll be her bitch.

...And people ask me why I don't like dogs.

My dog does this every. Single. Day. He's still a puppy, but jeez.