The over-ambitious dog walker
We get that you’re being paid per dog for your job, but you might want to limit your terrifying dog cluster to 30 at a time, for the sake of everybody you encounter.
This family loves its giant, frightening dog. They just don’t like it when it’s inside the house. So it stays outside. All day, barking. All night, while they’re asleep, barking. But they love it so much!
The treat machine
Every dog in the park flocks directly to her, and for good reason. She’s got a pocketful of treats. More specifically, it’s a smorgasbord of treats for dogs of all shapes and sizes. Hell, she even brings one for the labradoodle that’s gluten free.
The dog-park abuser
To this wonderful paragon of responsible ownership, the dog park doubles as doggie daycare, and they’ll blissfully show up, drop the dog over the fence, then wander off, leaving other people to deal with their animal as it attacks and humps every dog in the area, then takes three or four atomic dumps in the middle of the play space. Best-case scenario: he’s on his phone in the corner. Worst-case scenario: he’s at work for the day.