Yes, it's humiliating for the dog.
Oh they don't care good grief
How do you know they don't care? Can you speak dog?
@Wifeinater....ever hear of tongue in cheek humor...good grief...
Yes, very because they are not used to that stuff so they might get freaked out and may get scared of u. Also it really dangerous I wouldn't support it if someone did. It's just like animal cruelty, I guess
Not "wrong", but not right. I don't mind people dying their own hair, although I feel like it covers up something natural that has potential to shine and be seen. I kinda feel that way about dogs, only in more of a "protect the environment from selfish people out for their own desires" kind of thing. Although if it's safe pet dye and their dog isn't constantly pink or blue, fine. I've seen people do pink breast cancer ribbon dyes on white dogs before.
I don't think so. I've temporarily coloured my dogs hair once, and he didn't seem to mind. He sat there and let me do it. Granted I was about nine years old when that happened, so I don't think I would ever do it again. But I don't think it's necessarily wrong.
no. I'm going to dye the white on my beagle green. and when I get a horse it's main and tail will be rainbow colors :)))
A pet safe dye isn't going to be any less pleasant than a bath, which he gets regularly anyways.
giggling too hard to answer seriously ;p
Just as wrong as declawing a cat, and docking/cropping a dog.