DOGS are continuing to loudly resist the rights of other dogs to exist in the same street, park or garden as them.
Despite international condemnation, tensions between dogs of all different breeds seem set to continue indefinitely in a grim cycle of violent yapping and straining at the lead.
Mary Fisher, chair of the Canine Truth And Reconciliation Commission, said: “The key sticking-points are rights to territorial urination, rights to sticks, and the ongoing religious dispute about who is a ‘good boy’.
“We’re currently working towards a half-million state solution, where all dogs agree to live non-violently in separation from all other dogs and angry barking is allowed only in annual ceremonial parades.
“However, every day there’s a new report of a Staffy going for a Labradoodle and we have to start again.”
She added: “The roots of the problem go back centuries. Dogs are gripped by an anti-dogite fervour and cannot understand they’re all the same under the fur.
“I fear they will never know peace.”