Congrats Jenny!! You have just won two copies of the Dog Shaming book along with a ton of other swag!! Thanks so much for the hundreds of great entries, everyone! Try your luck again next Tuesday, and every Tuesday til Christmas! If you simply cannot wait, feel free to buy the book here!
Stoney is a great older dog who isn’t ashamed to dress up. She was a pumpkin for Halloween and here she is testing out the Christmas Elf costume her rescue organization just got. Stoney lives in Davis, CA and is being adopted through the Yolo County SPCA.
Stoney is approximately 10 years old and is a happy, playful, active girl looking for someone to love, take her for walks and car rides, and most importantly, provide lots of belly rubs.
More information can be found on her Petfinder listing here.
When my foster Mom tries to take cute pictures for the rescue website I make funny faces. Even though I’m super cute in person, I either look sad or crazy in pictures! ~ Minnie
Minnie is quite the character when you meet her in person. She lives in NY state and is being fostered through Pointer Rescue. It is virtually impossible to capture her personality in a photo because she either looks very serious (NOT true) or totally crazy (only true some of the time!). Minnie is a 4 year old Lemon & White English Pointer. She is spayed, up to date on all shots, on monthly flea & heartworm preventatives, de-wormed andmicrochipped. Minnie is house broken and crate trained. She is well behaved in the house, but does have a considerable amount of energy and is still learning some manners.
Here is her profile!
I made a bed out of the shred bag and then I made a mess all over the house. – Butkus
Hi. My name is Bob Barker, and I’m addicted to fine leather goods.
“Days Accident Free at this Facility: 0″
Blessing is a bit of a boy diva on days that it’s been raining. He doesn’t like wet grass and definitely doesn’t want to do his business there. He is smart, savvy and unashamed!
Came home and Buddy was at the door with the trash can lid around his neck. He acted like he had not done anything wrong. He deserved a dog shaming!
I have some exciting news for you! The Dog Shaming family is about to welcome a new addition to the family! Before the end of the year, my husband and I will be welcoming a baby girl into the world! What does this mean for your daily dogshaming fix? Not to worry, we got you covered! There should be no break in your daily entertainment, contests, and laughter. Email and Facebook messages might take a bit longer to respond to though! We’re hoping for a seamless transition while I take a few weeks off to enjoy and tend to the new fur-less baby, but will be around! We look forward to sharing in a whole new series of dog/baby shaming in the future. Don’t forget the caption contests, there are still a few weeks to participate!
Im a bad doggie. I chewed my Humans lunchbox, and ate her Poptarts