WTF Wednesday

29 May

With the exception of Fang’s geriatric munchkins, we all have large dogs. Perhaps that is why we are so baffled by this Wednesday’s WTF.

Despite appearances, that is not actually a handle to assist large birds of prey in carrying your dog off. It is, in fact, a device to keep your tiny dog inside your crazy expensive wrought iron fencing.

Now, maybe our dogs are just way smarter than the average dog, but we can’t imagine it would take long before most dogs figured out they could just turn their body sideways to override the device and slip through the fence. That being said, the image of a dog repeatedly banging in to the bars with it’s cross-bar has given us quite a few laughs.

 

OK, so there are crazy dog products all over the internet, as evidenced by how regularly we are able to do the WTF Wednesday topic. Apparently though, this is a niche market because there is not only one product to cover the problem.

This one seems to be marketed more towards the “little old ladies with maltese on their balcony” set. Wouldn’t want fluffykins to make a 15 story dive from your  pastel Palm Beach condo, would you? (Is fluffykins really that dumb?)

 

Maybe it was a suicide move…

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4 Responses to “WTF Wednesday”

  1. Lana May 30, 2013 at 1:42 am #

    wow… just wow

  2. kittyherder May 30, 2013 at 4:16 am #

    I bought one of these collars for my corgi. We live on a farm and she can fit thru the fencing. The collar keeps her on our property.

  3. JT May 30, 2013 at 5:02 am #

    The min pin in the picture looks seconds from grievous bodily injury. O.o

  4. Sheree June 2, 2013 at 8:41 pm #

    Omg. Sadly, if my mother who lives in West Palm Beach saw this, she would most certainly buy it for her Maltese, Samson.

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