Ladies and gentlemen, meet the laziest dog owners in the world.
Attention turtle riders – this is not how you win the Andrew Porter Contracting ugly roof, free new roof giveaway contest. Having your dog defecate on your house is cheating.
I don’t know if that’s against the law, but it’s definitely worthy of public shaming. They were willing to shovel from their front door to the street, but couldn’t be bothered to take their dog for a 10 minute walk. Because heavens forbid they get some exercise.
This house is on Delawanda Drive in Webster Square. I used to live a quarter mile from there on Brookline Street, and people like this are a big reason why I left. No one in Holden lets their dog urinate on the roof after a snowstorm. That roof is probably slippery and icy, and the dog could easily fall. Would they survive? Probably. But if they hit that fence the wrong way on the way down it wouldn’t be pretty. And Fido was coming dangerously close to the edge.
What makes it even worse is that they appear to be one of those homeowners who shovels their own walkway, but doesn’t shovel the sidewalk adjacent to their house. Just so long as they can get where they’re going, everyone else can pound sand. So all the kids walking to Gates Lane in the morning have to walk in the street because these people are in it only for themselves. People who don’t shovel their sidewalks are literally the worst, and should be treated like illegal handicapped parkers – ticketed and shamed.
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