I ate my friend Sophie’s winter booties right off her paws. Dad and mom made me barf… sick but, #notashamed
We were out for a fun Friday night and came home to empty shredded bags and an unholy mess of seven large piles of previously consumed human food. Lily was tall enough to stand on her hind legs and grab two packages consisting of ten pitas and a dozen tortillas. This pushed Lily to the “I don’t feel so well” zone dogs often find themselves in. Lily Bad Dog is feeling just fine the day after, though she may have a gluten-hangover!
Our foster dog Wilbur was feeling a little a excited and decided to hump his foster sister, even though she runs our house….big mistake! She whipped around so fast and put him in his place and his first reaction was to pee all over himself …..what a mighty dog!
I like to throw up my breakfast and then eat it. My human brother watches me and it makes him gag too! I smell like vomit every day.
When we go to the dog park Abe is under the impression everyone is there to see him. Every tennis ball is thrown for him to chase and every time someone whistles it is obviously calling him. Today, Abe played with a pug and his 8 yr old owner. Next thing I know, he’s trying to walk out the gates with his new family.
I bit my mom and got in trouble….so I ate my daddy’s shoe
She finally ripped her bears heart out, the bears devastated 🙁
“I Ate My Humans Research Project, Help!!”
My teenage human is conducting scientific research on the personality traits of dog owners and parents. Please help him by taking his survey, as a bonus you’ll learn your personality type!
Editor’s note: Austin is a Junior in High School participating in this year’s science fair. This is what he had to say about his project: “I’m trying to determine if parents and dog owners possess similar personality traits. I’m challenging the belief that ‘you should get a dog before you have a child because it will prepare you for parenthood.’ My belief is that people who genuinely want to take care of and love a dog naturally possess good traits for parenthood.”
Please take a minute to fill out Austin’s survey and help out a fellow dog shaming fan! IN THE NAME OF SCIENCE!
Our dog Daisy is cute, white and fluffy. She also loves rolling in mud puddles. The fun comes to an end when it’s bath time.
“My mom wasn’t sure if she wanted to throw away this yoga mat, so I helped her make the decision!”
Sparky wasn’t happy that she got locked up while mom and dad were at church. She could just reach the yoga mat enough to destroy it! She has destroyed way too many things! One would think mom and dad would learn to keep things away from the gate.