"No, Scoob! Don't eat your ol' pal Shaggy!" While this tattoo is well-drawn, a leg is an odd place to have a rabid dog. On your back, sure. But the middle of your leg is a bit too close to other, more fragile body parts
There are many off-color jokes we could make here about not wanting to know where that Bulldog Hand has been. But instead, we'll take the high road and just say that this proves the old idiom, "a bulldog in the hand equals one lonely dude on Friday night
What's that, you say? You find the idea of interspecies marriage cute? Besides the fact that it's a sign of the apocalypse, it's also humiliating for the poor animals. It's bad enough that that dog probably had to pose in a tux for the tattoo artist
On the one hand, it's not a bad drawing. As a tattoo though, it looks like it was drawn on with Sharpie. Why go through all the pain of getting a tat when it just looks like something your 8th grade girlfriend doodled in Health class?
On first glance, this is a pretty good scary dog tat. But then you look closer, and you realize the poor pup's brain is exposed. Not only is this an unsettling tattoo, it promotes bizarre Frankenstein-esque experiments on harmless unsuspecting pooches
We can't decide whether this one is terrible or awesome. Dog with a beanie? Who doesn't like that? Dog firing a plunger gun? Fanciful, but we'll go with it. Dog shooting himself in the head with said plunger gun, thus humiliating himself and suggesting he is on the low end of the intelligence spectrum? Not cool
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