Thursday, August 27, 2009

A Short History of a Pet Product

The Problem:
The problem of dog overpopulation is a real one. However, the noble goal of preventing unwanted dog pregnancy does not justify the means being used. Millions of brutal forced castrations and female genital mutilations take place every year in America. We need to put a stop to these atrocities and give every living creature the respect it deserves. Just as forced sterilization isn't the answer for human population control, it's not the solution for dogs. Instead, we should respect dogs' rights as living beings by honoring their instincts and sexuality and provide them with safe, effective birth control.

The Solution:
Dog condoms come in three sizes to fit small, medium, and large breeds. Almost every dog will find a comfortable, well-proportioned condom to meet their needs. The condoms also come in lubricated and meat scented varieties to enhance pleasure for both dog partners.

The Product Recall:
Dog Condoms, Inc. is announcing a voluntary recall of its Dog Condoms® canine prophylactics, due to an unacceptable failure rate reported during preliminary release in test markets. Use of these recalled condoms may result in unwanted canine pregnancies. Additionally, meat-scented Dog Condoms® may present a choking hazard, especially for smaller dogs.

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HTTrainer said...

LOL This is the new safe sex? Then again maybe not.

retrieverman said...

Just curious, but because of the "anatomy" of male dogs, how could anyone claim that a condom could work?

PBurns said...

I'm *pretty sure* this is a joke. It might have been done for a marketing class, or something like that.


retrieverman said...

Museum of hoaxes says it's fake:

The same people who ordered the recall are the same people who made them.

Anyone who knows anything about dog anatomy knows that condoms aren't a possibility.

Viatecio said...

I wonder if these should be sold as an add-on with the doggie sex toy? :P