We have reptiles. Reptiles like to eat bugs such as crickets and locusts, so we have boxes of them in the house. Brock decided to put the reptiles on a diet and literally release the locusts from their tubs into our house. We also think that he ate a few himself. *face palm*
While staying with Grandma and Grandpa for the afternoon, I felt a bit peckish and chewed a pumpkin off the vine. It tasted so good and I would do it again! I have no shame.
After a week of worrying, Molly’s doctor called to say she is cancer free!
Editor’s note: This makes me so happy. Congrats Molly, I bet your family is very relieved that you’ll have many more dog shaming opportunities in your future. From my little fur family to yours, woofs, barks, and licks!
Left the apartment for 20 minutes to go to the gym, and came back to this.
“I steal earplugs. And eat them. And the doggie daycare sends home a note on my report card saying how many I pooped.” This wise guy so deserved this shaming. He usually shows no shame, tossing the earplug around like a cat with a mouse, rolling on it, and taunting us by trying to get us to chase him to get the earplug back.
“I eat packages. No one told me it was a federal offence!”
Scout jut isn’t patient enough to wait for us to see what’s in the package!
Hi, i’m Logan and I’m a fart machine. I’m so stinky that my parents lock me outside the room at night, because I stunk up the room of a foul odor.
Here at the dogshaming household, we received a few advanced copies of the book!
How long do you think it took for him to destroy it? Click through to see!!
“I let them dress me up in silly outfits and take embarrassing photos of me. They say it will help me find a home. I’m so ashamed.”
Sweet, tolerant Daisy has been looking for a home for several months. She’s available from Humane Society Silicon Valley in Milpitas, CA. To help her get more exposure, she’s started modeling different outfits on our twitter feed. While she’s always a good sport, she rues the loss of her dignity. Daisy is eleven and a very active senior. She’s housebroken and good with kids, knows a host of cute tricks but would prefer to be an only dog. She’s definitely a staff and volunteer favorite – she helps out with the kids in our Education programs sometimes – but she really deserves a home of her own.