Female Dindu Chimps Out Over Vet’s Service Dog (Video)

Nogs are the lowest form of life on earth, even lower than cockroaches. Three minutes of hysterical screeching in ebonics, directed toward a white person. Watch the hesitant reaction of the Nog’s Latino (or octoroon) boyfriend.

I caught a brief glimpse of a super gorgeous Great Dane toward the middle of the sheboon’s rant. Poor doggo has to listen to that sheboon. Doggo must think “humans” are crazy.

Ohio fireman suspended for saying he would rescue a dog from a burning building before saving a ‘n*gger’

TYLER ROYSDON. DOG LOVER, NOT A N*GGER LOVER.

I’m with Tyler Roysden. How about you?

Raw Story

A fireman from Franklin Township in Ohio has been suspended for posting on Facebook that he would rather save a dog than a “n*gger” during an emergency.

According to WHIO, volunteer fireman Tyler Roysdon has been suspended over the racist Facebook post which has since been taken down.

The report notes that Roysdon wrote that if he had to choose between saving a dog and an African American man from a burning building, he’d save the dog’s life because “one dog is more important than a million n*ggers.”

Despite being a volunteer, the Ohio firefighter is paid for when his services are needed — but will not be called while his case is under review.

“Recently, a Franklin Township volunteer firefighter posted unacceptable remarks on social media. Upon gaining knowledge of this information, Fire Chief Steve Bishop immediately contacted the firefighter and directed the comments be removed. The firefighter was suspended without pay until the Board of Township Trustees could meet to determine a course of action. Chief Bishop does not have the authority to terminate employees. Termination of any township employee requires a vote by the Board of Trustees,” a statement from the township read.

Those Who Abandoned Pets During Hurricane Irma Could Face Felony Charges

It may seem like good news to animal lovers to read that Florida intends to prosecute people who abandoned pets during Hurricane Irma.

There is a downside, however.

People living in storm-prone areas will be less likely to adopt pets in the future if they know that two conditions are present:

1. Hotels and shelters reject pets.

2. Leaving your animals behind in hopes that they will be OK will get you a criminal record.

America ought to have a better infrastructure in place so that dogs, cats, and other companion animals can be given better treatment every day and during emergencies. For example, a master list of out of state volunteers willing to take pets until conditions return to normalcy, in conjunction with transportation services, would be a great improvement in pet safety during emergencies.

Daily Mail

The owners of the pets who were abandoned as Hurricane Irma approached Florida could face felony charges, according to the state’s office of animal control.

Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control officers rescued 49 dogs in the days before the storm hit, all of whom were left outside to fend for themselves.

‘This is a prime example of animal cruelty,’ Palm Beach County state prosecutor Dave Aronberg told the New York Post.

‘We will find you, and we will prosecute you.’

Many of the animals rescued prior to Irma’s arrival were tied to poles or left outside in pens, authorities explained.

‘There is absolutely no excuse for doing that,’ agency director Dianne Suave told the Post.

She and Aronberg have vowed to come down hard on the animal owners.

Both have said they intend to file felony prosecutions against anyone who left their dogs outside during the storm, provided that they can gather enough evidence against those individuals.

The pair are also asking anyone who can to consider sheltering the animals they come across who were left out in the storm.

In addition to the pets rescued by the agency, Animal Care and Control also took in roughly 40 cats and dogs who were given up by their owners due to the impending storm.

Suave explained that surrenders are normal during storms, but the number was particularly high in the lead up to Irma.

‘It’s always disappointing,’ she told USA Today about the surrenders. ‘Our goal is to keep pets and people together.’

Relinquishing a pet to animal control or one of the two-pet friendly shelters in Palm Beach County means the individual gives up ownership of their animal and can’t get them back when the storm ends.

‘I feel torn about that at times,’ Suave said to USA Today.
‘But we’re not a boarding facility.’

Have A Laugh: The Evolution of the Canine

Hmmm. The master is white …

Disney foresaw such canine on canine slavery:

Remembering the Canine Heroes of 9/11

Watch on youtube if you prefer:

One of the survival stories:

More on our canine heroes:

9/11 DOG MEMORIAL.

And let us not forget that the enemies of decency and civilization walk among us. This 9/11 dog memorial was destroyed by vandals:

All of our canine heroes from that horrific day are gone now, but we can hope that we will see them again.

Evil Retards are Tying Dogs to Trees and Cars Tonight: Arrest Them

That’s all the information I have right now. More later on this developing story as more facts are put forth.

The Daily Mail saved Lucky, pictured below, from the rising floodwaters of Hurricane Harvey late last month.

Kudos to those with the foresight to do something to save the animals.

Save the pupsters, like Lucky.

Reminder, Florida: As You Evacuate, Please Take Your Beloved Animals with You

They depend on you.