Never leave your dog alone at home.
Sanjay – the Pugalier from Co Wicklow, Ireland
I bark THE ENTIRE 12 minute ride to school every day. (And I eat my own poop) 🙁
Editor’s note: Hi Hannah, I hope you have a great Easter/Passover with your pup.
One of our wonderful readers, Michelle, sent us a link to this adorable, sweet pup named Chester. He lives in Southold, NY and is being adopted out through the North Folk Animal Welfare League. Chester is still waiting 5 years being overlooked!! He is a sweet guy who loves to lay on the couch. He likes most other dogs.
Please contact 631-765-1811 ext 1 or email@example.com.
Callie the adoptable lab steals the hearts of little kids….
…and the food off your counters.
Callie came into Broken Tail Rescue based out of Worcester, MA over a year ago, with thick scars around her neck from being tied up outside. She had never been inside a house, didn’t know how to walk on a leash, had skin and urinary tract infections, wore her teeth (probably from grubbing around in the dirt), etc… but was an INCREDIBLY sweet lady .
Nowadays, she loves going for hikes, hanging out in her crate, meeting new people and snuggling up with kids. She knows tons of tricks and also uses potty bells to let you know when she needs to go out. But MAYBE because of her past…. she can’t let a free meal go by! Notorious counter-surfer Callie will steal your heart, and your food. =)
Callie drew the short end of the stick when it comes to stats for adoption. Black, older adult, lab/pit looks, thinks other pets might be snacks. But the truth is that she’s ridiculously sweet and has a heart of gold, doesn’t act like a senior at all, and doesn’t make a fuss about coming near other animals. She’s just a huge love!
Lucy ate six of our nine dyed Easter eggs on the same day, shrink wrap, stickers and all.
My mom won’t let me pee on my doggy brother, so I peed on her instead.
In the last week or so, Wally has started to casually sneak up on our other dog to try to pee on him. (Which I do not allow him to do.) So, today, when I took both dogs out, he waited until I wasn’t paying attention and peed on me instead.
While taking a shower, Blossom ate my stethoscope.
“We went to the dog park, and while the other dogs wanted to play with me, all I wanted to do was pee on and/or snarl at everyone, so we had to leave, and now everyone at the dog park knows Mom & Dad as “those people with the a****le dog.”
My sweet boxer destroyed my new dog shaming book while I was away. I guess she wasn’t asmused.
I will literally never smile in a photograph.
Dog Shaming’s own web dev and friend, Jairus, helped us out with our latest April Fools’ prank (if you haven’t caught on by now, HAPPY APRIL FOOLS’ DAY, HA!). We’ll be back to our regularly scheduled canine confessions tomorrow! Thanks everyone for playing along.