Poorly
Poorly

Poorly

Surrend
Surrend

Surrend

cub
cub

cub

no plan
 no plan

no plan

large
 large

large

care
 care

care

no
 no

no

loincloth
loincloth

loincloth

predation
predation

predation

orientation
orientation

orientation

🔥 | Latest

Tumblr, Blog, and Http: theoddestgoddess:They are so well behaved
Tumblr, Blog, and Http: theoddestgoddess:They are so well behaved

theoddestgoddess:They are so well behaved

Bored, Denny's, and Frozen: thepuppymastermind Me consuming media dealing with werewolves: "okay but if you're gonna lock yourself in that basement during your transformation have you thought of including some enrichment?? How about a treat ball or a frozen Kong?? What are your thoughts on sniffing out treats" artisanscribbles Good god the rampant destruction makes so much more sense now! The wolf has no mental stimulation so its starts destroying things because its BORED. weasow yeah, hey, you ever try an agility course or a treadmill? remember, a tired werewolf is a well behaved werewolf Source: thepuppymasterming 36 139 notesW nonasuch theunvanquishedzims Werewolves are stereotyped as ravenous monsters because the transformations burn so many calories that they're essentially starving afterwords. The more "controlled" werewolves are just the ones who figured this out and loaded up on calories beforehand, whereas the "wild" ones assume it's part of their wolfish nature to hunt and eat whatever's nearby. The transformation back burns calories too, but by that point they're exhausted from running around in the woods all night, not to mention the physical strain of two transformations. And filthy people showing up at Denny's in the early morning are assumed to be hungover, so the ravenous beast idea is applied only to the wolf half. sorrygodlol are you suggesting people who eat at denny's are essentially werewolves aridotdash not just essentially Source: theunvanquishedzims 64 567 notes Werewolves
Bored, Denny's, and Frozen: thepuppymastermind
 Me consuming media dealing with
 werewolves: "okay but if you're gonna
 lock yourself in that basement during your
 transformation have you thought of including
 some enrichment?? How about a treat ball or
 a frozen Kong?? What are your thoughts on
 sniffing out treats"
 artisanscribbles
 Good god the rampant destruction makes
 so much more sense now! The wolf has no
 mental stimulation so its starts destroying
 things because its BORED.
 weasow
 yeah, hey, you ever try an agility course or a
 treadmill? remember, a tired werewolf is a
 well behaved werewolf
 Source: thepuppymasterming
 36 139 notesW
 nonasuch
 theunvanquishedzims
 Werewolves are stereotyped as ravenous
 monsters because the transformations burn
 so many calories that they're essentially
 starving afterwords. The more "controlled"
 werewolves are just the ones who figured this
 out and loaded up on calories beforehand,
 whereas the "wild" ones assume it's part of
 their wolfish nature to hunt and eat whatever's
 nearby.
 The transformation back burns calories
 too, but by that point they're exhausted
 from running around in the woods all night,
 not to mention the physical strain of two
 transformations. And filthy people showing up
 at Denny's in the early morning are assumed
 to be hungover, so the ravenous beast idea is
 applied only to the wolf half.
 sorrygodlol
 are you suggesting people who eat at denny's
 are essentially werewolves
 aridotdash
 not just essentially
 Source: theunvanquishedzims
 64 567 notes
Werewolves

Werewolves

Advice, Being Alone, and Animals: weasowl yesyespleaseno gaymilesedgeworth after i move i really wanna get a used roomba gaymilesedgeworth sushieatingmermaid i love that you're adopting instead of buying from a breeder <3 biggest-gaudiest-patronuses just remember they're social animals and should always be kept in pairs, don't get a roomba if you aren't prepared for that responsibility fireheartedkaratepup That's a common misconception. Roombas do perfectly fine on their own if you spend quality time with them! They group together in the wild for protection, but when they have no natural predators in the area they often choose to live alone biggest-gaudiest-patronuses i didn't know that! do you have any advice on roomba breeding and the problem with parent roombas' tendency towards eating their young? the-derp-returns It's best to put the parent Roombas up for adoption as soon as a baby is born. If you're too attached to the Roombas, you can keep them in separate rooms, thoughit will be hard. Be careful when opening doors, though, they are agile creatures and will escape if they see the opportunity! biggest-gaudiest-patronuses but what about while the baby roombas are still nursing monsterswithvibes actually you can nurse them yourself with some dust and sand biggest-gaudiest-patronuses just be careful they don't bite! weasowl see, we never had this problem back when we were breeding Dustbusters. Slow well-behaved, and dumb bless their hearts Completely indifferent to their offspring You know they're a distant ancestor to the Roomba? Now, of course, they're too far removed to even be able to cross-breed, but, yeah, they used to fill a similar ecological niche, and some of them eventually evolved into the wild Roomba from whence all our current breeds were born the Samsung Powerbot, even the Dyson 360eye Me, I'm waiting on the old Vacuum breed-back programs. I mean, they're going to have to use a lot of Roomba DNA, of course, and probably you'd want them to be, yknow, a little smaller than they were, but can you imagine having your own Dyson Upright, or Hoover, just wan- dering around your house sniffing everything? Or, my god, some breed of Shopvac? I hear they ate anything! Probably dangerous, but l'd get a little Bissell Stick in a heartbeat! Source: gaymilesedgeworth 114 419 notes Created with Stitch & Share! Roombas
Advice, Being Alone, and Animals: weasowl
 yesyespleaseno
 gaymilesedgeworth
 after i move i really wanna get a used roomba
 gaymilesedgeworth
 sushieatingmermaid
 i love that you're adopting
 instead of buying from a
 breeder <3
 biggest-gaudiest-patronuses
 just remember they're social animals and
 should always be kept in pairs, don't get
 a roomba if you aren't prepared for that
 responsibility
 fireheartedkaratepup
 That's a common misconception. Roombas
 do perfectly fine on their own if you spend
 quality time with them! They group together
 in the wild for protection, but when they have
 no natural predators in the area they often
 choose to live alone
 biggest-gaudiest-patronuses
 i didn't know that! do you have any advice on
 roomba breeding and the problem with parent
 roombas' tendency towards eating their
 young?
 the-derp-returns
 It's best to put the parent Roombas up for
 adoption as soon as a baby is born. If you're
 too attached to the Roombas, you can keep
 them in separate rooms, thoughit will be
 hard. Be careful when opening doors, though,
 they are agile creatures and will escape if they
 see the opportunity!
 biggest-gaudiest-patronuses
 but what about while the baby roombas are
 still nursing
 monsterswithvibes
 actually you can nurse them yourself with
 some dust and sand
 biggest-gaudiest-patronuses
 just be careful they don't bite!
 weasowl
 see, we never had this problem back when
 we were breeding Dustbusters. Slow
 well-behaved, and dumb bless their hearts
 Completely indifferent to their offspring
 You know they're a distant ancestor to the
 Roomba? Now, of course, they're too far
 removed to even be able to cross-breed, but,
 yeah, they used to fill a similar ecological
 niche, and some of them eventually evolved
 into the wild Roomba from whence all our
 current breeds were born the Samsung
 Powerbot, even the Dyson 360eye
 Me, I'm waiting on the old Vacuum breed-back
 programs. I mean, they're going to have to use
 a lot of Roomba DNA, of course, and probably
 you'd want them to be, yknow, a little smaller
 than they were, but can you imagine having
 your own Dyson Upright, or Hoover, just wan-
 dering around your house sniffing everything?
 Or, my god, some breed of Shopvac? I hear
 they ate anything! Probably dangerous, but l'd
 get a little Bissell Stick in a heartbeat!
 Source: gaymilesedgeworth
 114 419 notes
 Created with
 Stitch & Share!
Roombas

Roombas

Anaconda, Chill, and Dogs: lord-kitschener: wearitcounts: wearitcounts: this dog that i dogsit for is an actual angel sent from heaven, evidence: he’s 100 lbs and so gentle i don’t need any special collar or leash or harness to walk him, ever he was meant to be a service dog but he was too shy so he became a rescue, can u even imagine so well behaved he waits for me at the tops and bottoms of flights of stairs until i tell him it’s okay to go ahead up/down the next flight he somehow communicates to his dads how much he loves me bc they tell me every time i leave and they come back he’s sad ?? my son ! he knows that if it rains or snows or he gets wet he needs to wait at the bottom of the stairs inside their condo to be towel dried he is trained to towel dry himself; i hold out the towel and he wiggles his body through it back and forth until i dry his tail and that’s his signal to go ahead and go inside he hangs out by my feet all evening making big impatient huffing noises until i go in the bedroom with him and sit up in bed doing whatever i’m doing so he can sleep by me like i feel the need to reblog this post bc i neglected to include evidence: loves pets and attention but is shy so once given pets and attention basically loses his mind and rubs his face all over you while not knowing what to do with his entire 100 lbs self always a slut for chin scratches spots of white on chest and toes and chin will pretend to be scary at men when they come into the house until i reassure him it’s ok other dogs Love him bc he’s so big and so sweet and so chill and it’s fun to walk the best looking dog who is also the nicest dog while everyone around you is like “wow ur dog is so cool” like thanks i made him if u ask him ‘who’s a good boy?!?!’ he seems genuinely concerned it might not be him until you confirm such to be true Please always confirm to him that he is not only a good boy but the best boy
Anaconda, Chill, and Dogs: lord-kitschener:

wearitcounts:

wearitcounts:

this dog that i dogsit for is an actual angel sent from heaven, evidence:
he’s 100 lbs and so gentle i don’t need any special collar or leash or harness to walk him, ever
he was meant to be a service dog but he was too shy so he became a rescue, can u even imagine
so well behaved he waits for me at the tops and bottoms of flights of stairs until i tell him it’s okay to go ahead up/down the next flight
he somehow communicates to his dads how much he loves me bc they tell me every time i leave and they come back he’s sad ?? my son !
he knows that if it rains or snows or he gets wet he needs to wait at the bottom of the stairs inside their condo to be towel dried
he is trained to towel dry himself; i hold out the towel and he wiggles his body through it back and forth until i dry his tail and that’s his signal to go ahead and go inside
he hangs out by my feet all evening making big impatient huffing noises until i go in the bedroom with him and sit up in bed doing whatever i’m doing so he can sleep by me

like i feel the need to reblog this post bc i neglected to include evidence:
loves pets and attention but is shy so once given pets and attention basically loses his mind and rubs his face all over you while not knowing what to do with his entire 100 lbs self
always a slut for chin scratches
spots of white on chest and toes and chin
will pretend to be scary at men when they come into the house until i reassure him it’s ok
other dogs Love him bc he’s so big and so sweet and so chill and it’s fun to walk the best looking dog who is also the nicest dog while everyone around you is like “wow ur dog is so cool” like thanks i made him
if u ask him ‘who’s a good boy?!?!’ he seems genuinely concerned it might not be him until you confirm such to be true

Please always confirm to him that he is not only a good boy but the best boy

lord-kitschener: wearitcounts: wearitcounts: this dog that i dogsit for is an actual angel sent from heaven, evidence: he’s 100 lbs and s...

Animals, Bad, and Clothes: Should I get rid of my dog if my boyfriend hates it? He told me not to get rid of my dog but feel like the little guy deserves a loving home. Yes my dog is one of the yappy small ones but he's a good dog. Teodora Motateanu, I love my 3 mastiffs Updated Sep 13 I'll be brutally honest and I don't go anonymous. I've been in exactly the same situation. Except that my dogs are not small nor yappy: they're mastiffs. 60 kg each. He of course never hit them in front of me or when he thought I could see. But l know my dogs. One of them gave clear clues that something's off That dog male, young unaltered Cane Corso - could've ripped my ex. apart in no time at all. He didn't. The dog was more intelligent than him. All my dog did for couple of months was to avoid the jerk. He silently left the room anytime the ex. was around. He left the bed and stopped cuddling whenever ex. entered the room And when the ex. escalated to hitting me the dog slowly stood up and moved towards us: he got in between. Submissively. He put his big body in front of me, to be hit instead of me. Choose for yourself, who you want to keep. catscatsholyshitcats: katnissdoesnotfollowback: corpsefluid: hmsindecision: feeltheberd: im crying Do you know how many dogs I’ve met that get scared or anxious around men because in their previous home men hit them? A lot, and they are very protective of the women who have adopted them now. Men who are violent towards women are often violent towards animals as well. They think we’re all chattel. If a man wants you to choose between your dog or cat or him, dump the guy. Those animals will love you for the rest of your life, loyal and true. Actually, I have something to add. The other day I saw a story where a woman was asking why her dogs had suddenly started growling at her boyfriend whenever he was in the same room as her son. And my immediate thought was ‘that boyfriend has hurt the kid somehow.’ Spoilers: that was exactly the case. Trust ur dogs when they say something is off. The first time my sister came to visit, via plane, after I got my dog, pupper growled at her and wouldn’t go near her for the first day. Next visit was by car (two day drive)and pupper LOVED my sister. They snuggled and played and none of us could figure out why the change. We thought maybe the scent of my sisters cat had lingered on her clothes, making that first visit a rough one. Whereas when she came by car, the scent had had time to wear off. Well that was partially true… Fast forward about six months when I went north to visit my family. My sister walked into my parents’ house and pupper ran to greet my sister. Stopped dead in her tracks and started growling and barking. Hackles raised, full protection mode. My sisters husband had just walked in behind her. My precious puppy wanted NOTHING to do with him. She barked, growled, ran away, and sat between him and my sister. Y'all my dog had spent maybe a weekend a half around my sister but protected her like this was her flesh and blood. Eventually, my sister filed for divorce on grounds of “Extreme and repeated mental, emotional, and sexual abuse.” Divorce was final in less than a month because her claims were substantiated. Trust the dog, honey. They KNOW. I’ve never owned dogs, but I used to work with horses (which are a lot like big dogs). There was this one horse I worked with named Tonto. He was a doll. He followed me like a puppy, snuck treats out of my pocket, he was the sweetest thing. We were practically inseparable. A guy I was considering dating came to visit me one day, and Tonto wanted NOTHING to do with him. Normally well behaved, he shoved himself between us and would NOT let this guy near me. He was stomping, acting really aggressive, and tried to bite the guy. This horse was practically dragging me back toward the barn. At that moment, despite being like, 17, I knew something was up, and ultimately things didn’t pan out for guy and me. A year later I found out he had lied about his age (he said he was 18 but he was actually 27) he was arrested for sexually assaulting an 11 year old girl. TRUST THE ANIMALS. Honestly dogs are so incredibly invested in your safety its unreal.A couple years ago, I was dumb and had a really hot shower without opening my bathroom window. Opened the door and all the steam set off the fire alarm.Now, that fire alarm is basically my oven timer but louder (Its since been changed to a much more pleasant but still loud and alert sound). My dog never gets annoyed at similar sounds because of this, usually just ignoring alarms like that.When the fire alarm went off? He went absolutely mental, and wouldnt stop barking and rushing round to everyone until we turned the alarm off and proved to him thete wasnt a fire. He freaking charged up the stairs to try and get me and my sister to leave, and had pretty much pounced on my parents to get out.And hes not just this protective in those types of situations. Hes a rescue dog and doesnt really like cuddling up to people, preferring to just sit by them or maybe lean against them. One day, I came home from school an absolute wreck because of an incredibly stressful day. I went into the conservatory and sat on the couch and my dog came from where he was napping upstairs to full on sit on my lap and cuddle up with me for half an hour to comfort me. He only moved if I needed to shift, and kept as close to me as possible until I felt okay.Always, always trust in what your pets sense, because they will protect you from anything they can. If they sense a threat, they will always act accordingly. A cat may become very cold and distant towards a person who seems untrustworthy to them. Dogs will get between you and the threat. If your significant other has a bad relationshio with your pet, there is a completely valid reason. If there is ever a situation of me or the pet, you should probably choose the pet.
Animals, Bad, and Clothes: Should I get rid of my dog if my
 boyfriend hates it?
 He told me not to get rid of my dog but
 feel like the little guy deserves a loving
 home. Yes my dog is one of the yappy
 small ones but he's a good dog.
 Teodora Motateanu, I love my 3
 mastiffs
 Updated Sep 13
 I'll be brutally honest and I don't go
 anonymous.
 I've been in exactly the same situation.
 Except that my dogs are not small nor
 yappy: they're mastiffs. 60 kg each.

 He of course never hit them in front of
 me or when he thought I could see. But l
 know my dogs. One of them gave clear
 clues that something's off
 That dog male, young unaltered Cane
 Corso - could've ripped my ex. apart in
 no time at all. He didn't. The dog was
 more intelligent than him. All my dog did
 for couple of months was to avoid the
 jerk. He silently left the room anytime
 the ex. was around. He left the bed and
 stopped cuddling whenever ex. entered
 the room

 And when the ex. escalated to hitting me
 the dog slowly stood up and moved
 towards us: he got in between.
 Submissively. He put his big body in
 front of me, to be hit instead of me.
 Choose for yourself, who you want to
 keep.
catscatsholyshitcats:

katnissdoesnotfollowback:

corpsefluid:

hmsindecision:

feeltheberd:

im crying

Do you know how many dogs I’ve met that get scared or anxious around men because in their previous home men hit them? A lot, and they are very protective of the women who have adopted them now.
Men who are violent towards women are often violent towards animals as well. They think we’re all chattel. If a man wants you to choose between your dog or cat or him, dump the guy. Those animals will love you for the rest of your life, loyal and true.

Actually, I have something to add.
The other day I saw a story where a woman was asking why her dogs had suddenly started growling at her boyfriend whenever he was in the same room as her son.
And my immediate thought was ‘that boyfriend has hurt the kid somehow.’
Spoilers: that was exactly the case.
Trust ur dogs when they say something is off.

The first time my sister came to visit, via plane, after I got my dog, pupper growled at her and wouldn’t go near her for the first day. Next visit was by car (two day drive)and pupper LOVED my sister. They snuggled and played and none of us could figure out why the change. We thought maybe the scent of my sisters cat had lingered on her clothes, making that first visit a rough one. Whereas when she came by car, the scent had had time to wear off. Well that was partially true…
Fast forward about six months when I went north to visit my family. My sister walked into my parents’ house and pupper ran to greet my sister. Stopped dead in her tracks and started growling and barking. Hackles raised, full protection mode. My sisters husband had just walked in behind her.
My precious puppy wanted NOTHING to do with him. She barked, growled, ran away, and sat between him and my sister. Y'all my dog had spent maybe a weekend a half around my sister but protected her like this was her flesh and blood.
Eventually, my sister filed for divorce on grounds of “Extreme and repeated mental, emotional, and sexual abuse.” Divorce was final in less than a month because her claims were substantiated.
Trust the dog, honey. They KNOW.

I’ve never owned dogs, but I used to work with horses (which are a lot like big dogs). 
There was this one horse I worked with named Tonto. He was a doll. He followed me like a puppy, snuck treats out of my pocket, he was the sweetest thing. We were practically inseparable. 
A guy I was considering dating came to visit me one day, and Tonto wanted NOTHING to do with him. Normally well behaved, he shoved himself between us and would NOT let this guy near me.  He was stomping, acting really aggressive, and tried to bite the guy. This horse was practically dragging me back toward the barn. At that moment, despite being like, 17, I knew something was up, and ultimately things didn’t pan out for guy and me. 
A year later I found out he had lied about his age (he said he was 18 but he was actually 27) he was arrested for sexually assaulting an 11 year old girl. 
TRUST THE ANIMALS.


Honestly dogs are so incredibly invested in your safety its unreal.A couple years ago, I was dumb and had a really hot shower without opening my bathroom window. Opened the door and all the steam set off the fire alarm.Now, that fire alarm is basically my oven timer but louder (Its since been changed to a much more pleasant but still loud and alert sound). My dog never gets annoyed at similar sounds because of this, usually just ignoring alarms like that.When the fire alarm went off? He went absolutely mental, and wouldnt stop barking and rushing round to everyone until we turned the alarm off and proved to him thete wasnt a fire. He freaking charged up the stairs to try and get me and my sister to leave, and had pretty much pounced on my parents to get out.And hes not just this protective in those types of situations. Hes a rescue dog and doesnt really like cuddling up to people, preferring to just sit by them or maybe lean against them. One day, I came home from school an absolute wreck because of an incredibly stressful day. I went into the conservatory and sat on the couch and my dog came from where he was napping upstairs to full on sit on my lap and cuddle up with me for half an hour to comfort me. He only moved if I needed to shift, and kept as close to me as possible until I felt okay.Always, always trust in what your pets sense, because they will protect you from anything they can. If they sense a threat, they will always act accordingly. A cat may become very cold and distant towards a person who seems untrustworthy to them. Dogs will get between you and the threat. If your significant other has a bad relationshio with your pet, there is a completely valid reason. If there is ever a situation of me or the pet, you should probably choose the pet.

catscatsholyshitcats: katnissdoesnotfollowback: corpsefluid: hmsindecision: feeltheberd: im crying Do you know how many dogs I’ve met ...

Animals, Clothes, and Crying: Should I get rid of my dog if my boyfriend hates it? He told me not to get rid of my dog but feel like the little guy deserves a loving home. Yes my dog is one of the yappy small ones but he's a good dog. Teodora Motateanu, I love my 3 mastiffs Updated Sep 13 I'll be brutally honest and I don't go anonymous. I've been in exactly the same situation. Except that my dogs are not small nor yappy: they're mastiffs. 60 kg each. He of course never hit them in front of me or when he thought I could see. But l know my dogs. One of them gave clear clues that something's off That dog male, young unaltered Cane Corso - could've ripped my ex. apart in no time at all. He didn't. The dog was more intelligent than him. All my dog did for couple of months was to avoid the jerk. He silently left the room anytime the ex. was around. He left the bed and stopped cuddling whenever ex. entered the room And when the ex. escalated to hitting me the dog slowly stood up and moved towards us: he got in between. Submissively. He put his big body in front of me, to be hit instead of me. Choose for yourself, who you want to keep. catscatsholyshitcats: katnissdoesnotfollowback: corpsefluid: hmsindecision: feeltheberd: im crying Do you know how many dogs I’ve met that get scared or anxious around men because in their previous home men hit them? A lot, and they are very protective of the women who have adopted them now. Men who are violent towards women are often violent towards animals as well. They think we’re all chattel. If a man wants you to choose between your dog or cat or him, dump the guy. Those animals will love you for the rest of your life, loyal and true. Actually, I have something to add. The other day I saw a story where a woman was asking why her dogs had suddenly started growling at her boyfriend whenever he was in the same room as her son. And my immediate thought was ‘that boyfriend has hurt the kid somehow.’ Spoilers: that was exactly the case. Trust ur dogs when they say something is off. The first time my sister came to visit, via plane, after I got my dog, pupper growled at her and wouldn’t go near her for the first day. Next visit was by car (two day drive)and pupper LOVED my sister. They snuggled and played and none of us could figure out why the change. We thought maybe the scent of my sisters cat had lingered on her clothes, making that first visit a rough one. Whereas when she came by car, the scent had had time to wear off. Well that was partially true… Fast forward about six months when I went north to visit my family. My sister walked into my parents’ house and pupper ran to greet my sister. Stopped dead in her tracks and started growling and barking. Hackles raised, full protection mode. My sisters husband had just walked in behind her. My precious puppy wanted NOTHING to do with him. She barked, growled, ran away, and sat between him and my sister. Y'all my dog had spent maybe a weekend a half around my sister but protected her like this was her flesh and blood. Eventually, my sister filed for divorce on grounds of “Extreme and repeated mental, emotional, and sexual abuse.” Divorce was final in less than a month because her claims were substantiated. Trust the dog, honey. They KNOW. I’ve never owned dogs, but I used to work with horses (which are a lot like big dogs). There was this one horse I worked with named Tonto. He was a doll. He followed me like a puppy, snuck treats out of my pocket, he was the sweetest thing. We were practically inseparable. A guy I was considering dating came to visit me one day, and Tonto wanted NOTHING to do with him. Normally well behaved, he shoved himself between us and would NOT let this guy near me. He was stomping, acting really aggressive, and tried to bite the guy. This horse was practically dragging me back toward the barn. At that moment, despite being like, 17, I knew something was up, and ultimately things didn’t pan out for guy and me. A year later I found out he had lied about his age (he said he was 18 but he was actually 27) he was arrested for sexually assaulting an 11 year old girl. TRUST THE ANIMALS.
Animals, Clothes, and Crying: Should I get rid of my dog if my
 boyfriend hates it?
 He told me not to get rid of my dog but
 feel like the little guy deserves a loving
 home. Yes my dog is one of the yappy
 small ones but he's a good dog.
 Teodora Motateanu, I love my 3
 mastiffs
 Updated Sep 13
 I'll be brutally honest and I don't go
 anonymous.
 I've been in exactly the same situation.
 Except that my dogs are not small nor
 yappy: they're mastiffs. 60 kg each.

 He of course never hit them in front of
 me or when he thought I could see. But l
 know my dogs. One of them gave clear
 clues that something's off
 That dog male, young unaltered Cane
 Corso - could've ripped my ex. apart in
 no time at all. He didn't. The dog was
 more intelligent than him. All my dog did
 for couple of months was to avoid the
 jerk. He silently left the room anytime
 the ex. was around. He left the bed and
 stopped cuddling whenever ex. entered
 the room

 And when the ex. escalated to hitting me
 the dog slowly stood up and moved
 towards us: he got in between.
 Submissively. He put his big body in
 front of me, to be hit instead of me.
 Choose for yourself, who you want to
 keep.
catscatsholyshitcats:

katnissdoesnotfollowback:

corpsefluid:

hmsindecision:

feeltheberd:

im crying

Do you know how many dogs I’ve met that get scared or anxious around men because in their previous home men hit them? A lot, and they are very protective of the women who have adopted them now.
Men who are violent towards women are often violent towards animals as well. They think we’re all chattel. If a man wants you to choose between your dog or cat or him, dump the guy. Those animals will love you for the rest of your life, loyal and true.

Actually, I have something to add.
The other day I saw a story where a woman was asking why her dogs had suddenly started growling at her boyfriend whenever he was in the same room as her son.
And my immediate thought was ‘that boyfriend has hurt the kid somehow.’
Spoilers: that was exactly the case.
Trust ur dogs when they say something is off.

The first time my sister came to visit, via plane, after I got my dog, pupper growled at her and wouldn’t go near her for the first day. Next visit was by car (two day drive)and pupper LOVED my sister. They snuggled and played and none of us could figure out why the change. We thought maybe the scent of my sisters cat had lingered on her clothes, making that first visit a rough one. Whereas when she came by car, the scent had had time to wear off. Well that was partially true…
Fast forward about six months when I went north to visit my family. My sister walked into my parents’ house and pupper ran to greet my sister. Stopped dead in her tracks and started growling and barking. Hackles raised, full protection mode. My sisters husband had just walked in behind her.
My precious puppy wanted NOTHING to do with him. She barked, growled, ran away, and sat between him and my sister. Y'all my dog had spent maybe a weekend a half around my sister but protected her like this was her flesh and blood.
Eventually, my sister filed for divorce on grounds of “Extreme and repeated mental, emotional, and sexual abuse.” Divorce was final in less than a month because her claims were substantiated.
Trust the dog, honey. They KNOW.

I’ve never owned dogs, but I used to work with horses (which are a lot like big dogs). 
There was this one horse I worked with named Tonto. He was a doll. He followed me like a puppy, snuck treats out of my pocket, he was the sweetest thing. We were practically inseparable. 
A guy I was considering dating came to visit me one day, and Tonto wanted NOTHING to do with him. Normally well behaved, he shoved himself between us and would NOT let this guy near me.  He was stomping, acting really aggressive, and tried to bite the guy. This horse was practically dragging me back toward the barn. At that moment, despite being like, 17, I knew something was up, and ultimately things didn’t pan out for guy and me. 
A year later I found out he had lied about his age (he said he was 18 but he was actually 27) he was arrested for sexually assaulting an 11 year old girl. 
TRUST THE ANIMALS.

catscatsholyshitcats: katnissdoesnotfollowback: corpsefluid: hmsindecision: feeltheberd: im crying Do you know how many dogs I’ve met ...

Tumblr, Blog, and Http: animalrates: Such a well behaved pupper. Will stay motionless whilst taking baths. 10/10
Tumblr, Blog, and Http: animalrates:

Such a well behaved pupper. Will stay motionless whilst taking baths. 10/10

animalrates: Such a well behaved pupper. Will stay motionless whilst taking baths. 10/10

Beautiful, Family, and Life: We are fostering Shay Nieves (aka Dorito) while she is looking for her forever home. She is a very sweet tiny senior dog. She is only 11lb and 8yr old. She came into our life through @susiesseniordogs and @fosterdogsnyc. @animalhaven is accepting applications for her adoption. Her owner got very sick and couldn't take care of her anymore. When she arrived at the shelter her hair was matted but thankfully she got a nice makeover! Her fur is beautiful and very soft now. Besides that, you can tell she was well treated in her previous life. She is very sweet, loooooooves to cuddle and be pet. She is friendly, well behaved, fast learner and good listener. She always follow people around is ridiculously low maintenance. We hope she finds a great family that gives her all the love she deserves. If you want to adopt her please email @animalhaven at dogsandcats@ah-nyc.org ❤️🏠 FamousFosters ........................... Tenemos a Shay Nieves (para nosotros Dorito) de acogida mientras busca una familia que la adopte permanentemente. Es una perrita minúscula y muy dulce. Pesa casi 5kg y tiene 8 años. Nos llegó a través de @susiesseniordogs y @fosterdogsnyc @animalhaven está aceptando solicitudes para su adopción. Su antiguo "dueño" se puso muy enfermo y no la podía cuidar más. Llegó a la protectora con muchos nudos en el pelo pero por suerte le hicieron un cambio de look! Ahora tiene el pelo muy bonito y suave. A parte de eso se puede ver que la trataron bien. Le encantan los mimos, siempre nos sigue a todas partes. Es super cariñosa y se porta muy bien. Aprende muy rápido, responde y está bien enseñada. Es exageradamente fácil de cuidar, necesita bien poco. Esperamos encontrarle una familia que le dé todo el amor que se merece. Si estás interesad@ en adoptarla por favor envía un email a @animalhaven a dogsandcats@ah-nyc.org ❤️🏠
Beautiful, Family, and Life: We are fostering Shay Nieves (aka Dorito) while she is looking for her forever home. She is a very sweet tiny senior dog. She is only 11lb and 8yr old. She came into our life through @susiesseniordogs and @fosterdogsnyc. @animalhaven is accepting applications for her adoption. Her owner got very sick and couldn't take care of her anymore. When she arrived at the shelter her hair was matted but thankfully she got a nice makeover! Her fur is beautiful and very soft now. Besides that, you can tell she was well treated in her previous life. She is very sweet, loooooooves to cuddle and be pet. She is friendly, well behaved, fast learner and good listener. She always follow people around is ridiculously low maintenance. We hope she finds a great family that gives her all the love she deserves. If you want to adopt her please email @animalhaven at dogsandcats@ah-nyc.org ❤️🏠 FamousFosters ........................... Tenemos a Shay Nieves (para nosotros Dorito) de acogida mientras busca una familia que la adopte permanentemente. Es una perrita minúscula y muy dulce. Pesa casi 5kg y tiene 8 años. Nos llegó a través de @susiesseniordogs y @fosterdogsnyc @animalhaven está aceptando solicitudes para su adopción. Su antiguo "dueño" se puso muy enfermo y no la podía cuidar más. Llegó a la protectora con muchos nudos en el pelo pero por suerte le hicieron un cambio de look! Ahora tiene el pelo muy bonito y suave. A parte de eso se puede ver que la trataron bien. Le encantan los mimos, siempre nos sigue a todas partes. Es super cariñosa y se porta muy bien. Aprende muy rápido, responde y está bien enseñada. Es exageradamente fácil de cuidar, necesita bien poco. Esperamos encontrarle una familia que le dé todo el amor que se merece. Si estás interesad@ en adoptarla por favor envía un email a @animalhaven a dogsandcats@ah-nyc.org ❤️🏠

We are fostering Shay Nieves (aka Dorito) while she is looking for her forever home. She is a very sweet tiny senior dog. She is only 11lb a...