Nanook a malamute, but we swear he thinks he is a woodchuck. If it’s made of wood and he is alone for a while, it’s not safe. He loves to dig too!
Maxx likes to snatch food out of our 2.5yr old’s innocent little hands. He’s currently doing time for stealing a Keebler red, white and blue M&M chocolate chip cookie.
Daisy was rescued from animal control one week before giving birth to TEN puppies. She is an awesome dog, but she has to eat and drink so much in order to feed her puppies that she can’t make it through the night without Going to the bathroom. She always goes on the piddle pads in the bathroom, but this time something went horribly wrong!
This is Marley. He’s a chewer. It’s his birthday. He’s in training now, and his best friend, a boy around 10 yrs old, isn’t feeling so well. For a birthday present, Marley was hoping you could make him famous on DogShaming for his best friend. He promises after training that he’ll never do anything to land him on your site again.
Denali’s owner says: “I keep telling Denali not to do her business over in the little woodpile area on the side yard, but as a stubborn Frenchie, she refuses to listen. Tonight, she learned that my rules are designed to protect her from fleas. Fleas that started biting her in all the wrong places. A vigorous scrubbing in the laundry room sink ensued, after which she gave me this confused and pitiful face.”
Agnes’s owner says: “I was working in my home office when our Lakeland Terrier Agnes jogged into the room looking for trouble in all the right places. Agnes grabbed the box of envelopes and made a run for it. I was on a conference call at the time and there was not much I could do to stop her, and Agnes knew it. When I was off the call I discovered Agnes in a sea of envelopes happily eating the box. She has a kleptomania problem. However, she could care not less and most certainly does not feel any shame! Which makes us love her even more.”
Sophie’s owner says: “I couldn’t find the birthday cheque from my mom, and had almost given up on finding it. But Sophie, my six month-old puppy, managed to miraculously locate it it. And then promptly eat it, in a clear act of Bath Retaliation. Now I need to decide if I accept the fact that she ate fifty bucks, or if I awkwardly ask my mom to rewrite another one. Sophie’s not sorry. She thinks we’re even.”