Wagner (aka Wags) here has a problem being alone. Unfortunately for him life calls for times when we must leave him at home for a bit (Mom has to actually buy groceries!!) but he’s usually with us. He’s a smart boy and has special ways of letting us know he’s displeased about these “alone times.” The other day he ate my daughter’s hello kitty hat (he wasn’t even alone, he just thought it would be tasty). He also attempted to eat the pool gate. And the edge of the wall. And my son’s batman and ninja turtle toys. This, however, was his most masterful work. This towel was so very shredded that I have been finding pieces of it throughout the house for days. He’s lucky he’s so cute… Sigh.
I licked the frosting off the cake… They left it on the stove for me! Right?
Mystra does her best not-at-all guilty look… The cream cheese frosting was too tempting to resist.
Mom won’t let me in the bathroom after she gets out of the shower anymore since she found out I have been stealth grooming to help dry her. It’s not my fault she has no feeling in her left leg! I just love her so much I can’t help myself – Summer the Beagle.
I have radiculopathy in my left leg due to a ruptured disc so I don’t have feeling except in the toes so I had no idea she has been sneaking in behind me to lick my leg dry – she knows to avoid the right leg and only went after the left – LOL.
Jackson felt that some organic redecoration of his kennel was in order earlier this week. Not sure he will be making an appearance on the HGTV or DIY Networks anytime soon.
Before I could get a paper towel, Rogue had politely cleaned up the cat’s hairball for me. Sadly, this is not the most disgusting thing she has eaten.
Mr. Miyagi, a poodle/bichon/Yorkie, always loves taking my 8 month old son’s toys. He specially loves the monkey on the steering wheel!
This is our dog Lucy. She likes to steal food off the counters when we are not looking. She just can’t help herself. She is a very sweet dog and we love her to death but she deserves to be on the dog shaming website.
My adopted doggies teach me something about patient every single day… and I love them for it!
“I am a 7 month old ‘Aussiedoodle’ and I STILL refuse to go potty outside! I like my puppy pads and I am NOT ashamed!”
Hi, my name is Luna and I am and Australian Shepherd mixed with a poodle. I am very smart and very active, traits you might see in both of my breeds! My parents got me for my human sister’s 2nd birthday in October, and I was doing good with outdoor potty training until the snow started to fall and I discovered the cold Minnesota winters. ohhhh no! I am NOT pooping on that white stuff!
I’ll play in it but I’m not going potty there! Luckily I am very good at using the puppy pads and mom doesn’t even remember the last time I went potty off of it. Mom hopes I’ll start going outside now that the snow is melting…We will see!
I roll in other dogs’ poop, so the human has to give me a shower. (-That’s why I’m all wet.)