I quite agree, dogs that let their owners run around willy nilly should be brought to task.
I'd suggest at least an hour of running on the spot and a swift rap on the paw for being so uncaring.
The amount of times that I've seen a Staffy slip the leash of some mindless thug and let him run riot is incredible - I've seen it on the television too, humans rioting while the dogs just stand by and watch……….
I was once attacked by a pack of Syrian hamsters, why they let so many into the country unchecked is beyond me, which brings me neatly onto mink, I think.
I was in Harrods one day and I got attacked by a mink stole, luckily it was drugged by watching the Jeremy Kyle show for three hours straight before going out so I escaped with just a small nip to my finger, I was only trying to stroke the damn thing when it turned on me.
Happily I managed to launch a long string of beans at the female owner before being escorted from the premises by the security guards, damned cheek of it.
I won't go shopping there again, at least not without my dog.
On a more serious note,
The title - Dog Owners - not all dog owners have poorly trained dogs, this title implies dog owners as a whole.
Reading the content you seem to be anti-dog full stop, although I won't make that assumption, it may be that you're just annoyed by badly trained dogs and the annoyance comes across as a dislike of dogs and their owners.
I wonder if you have a dog of your own?
Owners of well trained dogs often have a bone to grind with people who don't control their dogs well, including the removal of mess.
In the first instance, giving vent to my spleen on being so abused made me feel better. It got rid of toxins that if allowed to build up would make me ill.
This just sounds plain worrying.
Does this mean that you are actually waiting
for a dog to step out of line before launching an attack of pent up frustration at the owner?
Are all owners of dangerous dogs deaf?
I didn't know that, making the assumption that all deaf people need shouting at may contain dangers in itself, especially if they don't have a dog.
I can't help but wonder what a 'dwam' is?
Local dialect perhaps?
Psychologically interesting rant though......