A loud bark here and there might just get him the attention he's been craving for so long. American Prospect seems like a nice place to start. Or not.
Muzzles only work for so long.
This is where many owners either try obedience training or pawning off their pet to the nearest unsuspecting relative. Neither is an option.
We can't just turn him out into the wild to fend for himself. Or can we?
Of course, he'll end up hungry, but he'll be where he can thrive. Rounding up vermin and drinking muddy water from over turned hubcaps. He'll be happy playing in the dirt. And in the end -- so will his owner.
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