What “Service” is This Dog For?

Bubba took this pic at the airport.

33 Comments on What “Service” is This Dog For?

  1. One night, in the interest of poodle justice, that pooch will chew the balls off of it’s master while they sleep….assuming they have balls.

  2. Doesn’t the owner realize some people are deeply afraid of clowns?

    I’d say the main goal of this service dog is to ensure others need their own support animal because of clowns.

  3. It is a dog that is to be used just like some of these nuts use their kids to push lunacy as far as we will let them push it.
    So far the nuts seem to winning.

  4. If that dog is allowed to see a mirror, I imagine it might just rip its owner’s throat out……. I know I would!
    “Speaking the truth in times of universal deceit is a revolutionary act.” Geo. Orwell

  5. It would appear that its main ‘service’ is to startle people who are barely conscious. That’s possibly a good thing, though I doubt it because those people are probably Democrats and you don’t want to startle them. When startled, they’re very unpredictable.

  6. I don’t know about the dog but I saw the owner on Sunday by Southeast Portland on a small pink motorcycle, he had pink hair, beard, shoes motorcycle helmet, backpack and jacket all dayglow pink, I wasn’t able to get a picture.

  7. A friend was boarding a plane for Florida a few weeks ago and a lady had a monkey on a leash with a vest that said Service Animal but no crate of cage. When asked for paper work she didn’t have any so monkey did not get to go to Florida.
    Should have just dressed it up in a snow suit and said it was just an ugly baby.

  8. So dogs are now being used as “Beards”? I wonder if Michelle is jealous about the “outfit”…

  9. It theoretically could have been trained to lick not only its own, but anybody’s balls. I imagine there are those who would consider that a “service”.

  10. The poor dog had no say in this matter. If the dog asked me, I’d help him dress the owner in a more embarrassing outfit with a ball and chain on the ankle.

  11. I’m going against the grain on this one. Poodles are such smart dogs, I’m guessing it is a service animal. And to be totally honest, I think it’s pretty darn cute. The dye isn’t hurting the animal. And maybe someone would think twice about stealing such a show-stopper. But the downside would be how attractive it is to kids and getting distracted by them. But that’s probably not an issue, otherwise the owner wouldn’t have done it.

Comments are closed.

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!