Just a reminder for those who aren’t familiar with our contest: Every Tuesday from now until Christmas, we’ll be posting a new caption-less Dog Shaming picture. It’s up to YOU to come up with the perfect shame sign! Get your creative juices flowing and come up with the funniest caption you can think of and by Friday we’ll announce the winner! You can tweet us, facebook us, or leave your comment below!
WINNERS WILL RECEIVE: 2 signed copies of Dog Shaming, 2 totes bags, and 4 Dog Shaming pins and markers. This way you get to keep a copy for yourself, but also you’ll also be able to cross your dog-loving friend or family member off your list!! Of course, if you can’t wait to get a free copy, you can always order your copy here!
To save money, my mommy attempted to cut my hair at home, but I made it nearly impossible by trying to jump in her arms, jump off the table, cry and bite, even though she wasn’t even coming close to hurting me.
Our springer spaniel, Wallace, has been allowed off his leash at our friend’s house many times. Wallace has enjoyed many off leash runs on their 5 acre property.
Yesterday, however, a series of unplanned events unfolded. To put it simply, Wallace acted completely naturally. He was let off leash, ran like a 1 year old puppy should but, this time, he didn’t listen like be was trained to do. Our friend then said “you do know about the exotic birds next door…right?” … Wrong. Each time previous to now, the birds were not there – apparently because it was out of season for them I be outside! Well, on this particular day, Wallace forgot about how to listen and honed in on his natural bird dog skills… And chased! Thankfully, all went well… And Wallace stayed by our side, on his leash, for the remainder of our still. This behavior still deserved to be dog shamed for (now) being so funny!