30 thoughts on “Disciplined Dogs

  1. TheMightyOne

    thats impressive, any of my dogs have been on the canine end of imbecile, which made me love them all the more! sob sob

  2. Murtles

    I’d love to balance a big four course meal on these stupid dog owners heads and see how they like it.

    1. Digs

      I’d love to balance a skyscraper on your chin! Wouldn’t be nearly as lovely as the doggy pics, but infinitely more rewarding.

    1. Neilo

      I don’t really dig this myself. My dogs are trained enough not to attack the bowls when placed in front of them.

  3. Carlosfandango

    The things that people will do. Feckin twits. I’m sure they feel really accomplished. Nice work. Idiots.

  4. Earthworm Jim

    woah woah woah, the negativity here this morning!! Abuse ffs

    The dogs are damn happy, they’re having the craic with their owners and loving the anticipation of getting to eat the damn snacks.
    It’s like getting through the final couple of hours of work on a Friday when you know its a bank holiday and you’re going for a pint :)

    1. Sam

      Dogs have a stronger hunger than the average human and they salivate loads. Teaching them no to snap up a snack is one thing, but putting the food in their mood and therefore directly stimulating them to drool on it, but not allowing them to is (minor) cruelty.
      I don’t think you can teach a dog that kind of restraint through lecturing it on the positive aspects of restraint, by the way.

  5. Eamonn clancy

    In another time and another place these dog owners would have gleefully joined the gestapo.

  6. Vote Rep #1

    Safe to say that BS commentators are the most humourless people about. Abuse ffs. The dogs were going to get to eat the food once the pic was taken. Is not allowing children to wait until everyone gets their dinner before savaging it also abuse? Weirdos.

    1. Sam

      Do you stuff your kids mouths with food while they’re hungry, but tell them they’re not allowed to chew until you’ve finished your jenga tower of chocolate digestives on their head?

      1. Vote Rep #1

        Yes I do. Then I put it pictures of it on the internet where it will be immortalised for eternity. Ot 2 minutes going by peoples attention span. Its still not abuse no matter how hyper sensitive you are.

  7. Neilo

    Ah c’mere now. I’d never suggest that this is abuse: it’s just a little more show-offy than I’d like. It’s obvious to me that the dogs are loved as they exercise such restraint to please their masters.

  8. Neilo

    I’m gonna go out on a limb here and suggest that the dogs shown in these photos give, and get, a lot of love.

    1. Dog Gone. IT


      I must admit it simply reinforced my view that dogs are on the average infinitely better than people

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