I let myself into peoples homes and scare the heck out of them when they return.
I still smell like a skunk, and it’s been 1 month + several baths since “the incident.”
Maddie is a 6-year-old Heeler/Pointer mix. Most days, we love that she’s incredibly smart; except when I find a stash of her antibiotics in the yard. We’ll watch her more closely from now on!
” I pretent to swallow my meds; and sneak into the garden to spit them out. My mom just found my stash. I look ashamed, but I’m a Sneaky Liar!”
I was so excited when Mommy and Daddy came home from vacation that I broke daddy’s new sunglasses in one chomp. I’m ashamed but at least I look awesome with my new glasses!
Bailey our female American Bulldog is completely in lust with our male cat Jaykit Humps him frequently when he grooms her face ~ it’s adorable!
Came home to find smeared poop all over my living room, a dirty robot vacuum, and a totally shameless pug.
Our stinky girl!!
I’m afraid of wet grass. (Someone’s paws are just a little too dainty)
Dan and Miranda Diaz were overjoyed when they found out they were expecting twins! Weimaraner Payton and pitbull Sox weren’t as thrilled.
Congrats from the dogshaming family to yours!
The Vine family found out the hard way that backpacks don’t go on the floor.
Denise doesn’t mind George’s antics though, they love him to bits! Here’s George’s story (and the amazing family who adopted him!)
We adopted him when he was about three-years-old. He had been an outdoor dog in Northern Minnesota until his owner finally surrendered him to a shelter. The vet found bb pellets in his liver on an x-ray, so he obviously did not have the greatest life. He is a character! We have had a lot of dogs as we adopted nothing but seniors for awhile, but none can quite compare to George. He is a big baby, but is top dog. He body slams 90 pound pitbulls at the dog park but will cry if anyone even barks at him. At home, he wants to be held like a baby and pulls stubborn Basset things like walking to the door and then going completely limp refusing to go out.