Little known Yorkie Delicacy: Yucca Plant dirt. Best enjoyed when your mom won’t share her lunch with you.
I am submitting this on behalf of my daughter. Internet is difficult where she is deployed. Dear Dog Shamers, I am a Naval Officer and currently deployed overseas. My husband and I have grown very fond of your site this last year and everyday he emails me his favorite dog shaming pics. They make my day, they make me laugh, and they give me something to look forward to seeing every morning. I’m writing to you now because my big brother has a French Bulldog puppy who is staying with my parents. She is quite the character. A Frenchie whose name is Midnight. She has lots of personality and has brought a lot of joy into all of our lives. Obviously this current dog shaming moment is not her best, but hey, no one is perfect. Please include her on your website. And please keep the website going. I’ve shown it to many of my sailors who now all insist I forward out my husband’s emails. Thank you again. -Dog Loving Ensign
…Seldom Make History
(Not Really) Remorseful Ridgeback
Meet Kiki. He is sick and tired of finals week and needs attention … even if it means laying on top of my notes. He has no shame in what he’ll do for attention.
Guess who did this? Yes it was Peanut Butt. I left the room for 30 seconds and came back to him eating the remote control to the Vizio soundbar.
Every night, Buttercup sleeps on the floor next to my bed. Whenever I leave my room for a few seconds, I always come back to find her sleeping on my bed. She does not feel shameful, because she quickly falls asleep and snores.
Our male black mini-dachshund isn’t always thoughtful of his sister, a blond long-haired mini: When she stops to sniff our favorite pee spot, I pee on her head. This happens frequently.
Eddie has had to wear a cone for the last two weeks. Finally, today, he was “set free” while I was gone to get groceries. This is how he said “Thanks, Mom”.
Zoe the rescued corgi gets really upset when we hug and don’t include her.