I ate 22 cheese and potato pierogi. Hey, Grandma left them within my reach! Not my fault! Those little dumplings were delicious and I’d do it again.
I ignored the rules and tried to chase the ducks at the dog park and fell through the ice. Justine, my hero, had to risk her own life to save me. I am very ashamed.
Apparently the off-leash dog park will now have to be the on-leash dog park for this naughty boy who can’t resist temptation.
Editor’s note: Thank you for your heroic feat! I wish you and Mickey many more adventures; less dangerous ones, I hope!
On Christmas day, I tried to make friends with a skunk….twice. (Even though I stink, I’m not sorry.)
It’s been another nice (or naughty?) year in the Dog Shaming household. Our Dachshund and little munchkin are the best of friends, mainly due to their symbiotic relationship: baby drops food, dog eats said dropped food!!
We wish you and your loved ones, furry and hairless, good tidings and happy holidays! Thank you for making Dog Shaming part of your daily routine and supporting us so we can continue to bring you belly laughs and sighs.
Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, not a creature was stirring…..well that’s not true…THIS was stirring.
I ate the Christmas cookies off the dining room table while my people were sleeping. Now I have a sugar coma.
Edison ate a Christmas ornament from 1988 that I made for my grandmother.
Today is Rocky’s 1st 1/2 birthday. He decided to help himself to an early birthday present.
My dad was playing fetch with Cash and was throwing his ball down the stairs. Cash Jumped off the bottom step to catch his ball mid-air, only problem was his shoulder went through the wall. But he kept the ball in his mouth the whole time.
Dad dropped the butter and forgot to pick it up……
“While the folks and guests were at Christmas Eve service, I ate all the food-gifts under the tree. Coco (I also eat poop, but doesn’t everyone?)”
Why, you may ask, would anyone with a dog leave food-gifts on the floor while no one was home? Because the “folks” know better, but the guests didn’t. It didn’t occur to the folks to say to the guests, “Do any of those packages and bags have food in them?” Alas, alack. Doggie food attack.