Look at this big bowl of kibble- delicious doggie bliss, right? No. He’ll have the 7 yr. old’s panties, please. With a side of no shame.
Major, our 1 yr old yellow lab. He eats panties whole. They come out the exact same way.
Shebea cut her leg and spent the night at the vet. $500 later, she came home with a cone on her head. , Since Remmy couldn’t stop chewing on Shebea’s cone, Shebea spent the day in Remmy’s crate. Remmy got up on the table & ate Shebea’s pain pills. Three days at the vet later, she’s up to over $700 in vet bills.
“Powdered Sugar!!! Bad Dog!!”
My Rhodesian Ridgeback, Bela Blu Sugar Kane, lives up to her name. She looks so proud because she hasn’t looked in a mirror yet. She’s still thinking there’s no proof linking her to this mess!!!
Mother’s Day is right around the corner and we thought it would be fun to hold a Mutter’s Day Contest! We’re turning the tables on dog-moms for this contest! This time the dogs will be shaming their mommies! Did you ever do anything to your pooch for which you feel the need to atone? Ever forget to feed your puppy because you were so busy with the baby? Accidentally step on Bingo’s paw? Lose Rufus’ annoying squeaky toy “on accident”? Time to confess!
Every week from now until Mother’s Day, we’ll be picking the best submissions and posting them on Friday!
The selected winners will receive signed copies of the Dog Shaming book, as well as some cool Dog Shaming swag! It’s the perfect gift for the dog-loving mom in your life.
Here are the rules:
Submit a picture to our blog with a picture of your pooch with or without their “mommy”, along with a sign describing your indiscretion (just like in the picture posted above).
The title of the picture MUST READ: Mutter’s Day Contest! (If you don’t do this, we won’t see it!)
Make sure you use your current email address as we’ll be emailing the winners
Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for even more chances to win! If you don’t want to take any chances in winning the contest to get your hands on the book, feel free to order copy here.
Our Chihuahua, Precious, was not thrilled when she was dethroned as the baby of the family 9 years ago. To this day, she still dislikes our son. When my son’s school sent home this worksheet so he could share about his dog, we knew we had to tell the truth. My husband and I still love our first baby but, we try to keep distance between her & our human children.