Bailey is learning the hard way….but at least we know what he can be for Halloween?
I chewed the leg off of this Halloween decoration. My poop in the next few days should be pretty scary…
“I ate my little boy’s Halloween pumpkin”
This is my labradoodle. She is a good girl, but has a bad habit of eating things that belong the twin 5-year-old boys. The pumpkin was by far the weirdest thing she has eaten, but she also has a fondness for eating the faces off their stuffed animals. So much so that she has been known to poop out stuffing!
Rachel, one of our avid readers, decided to take the dog shaming costume to a whole new level. Let’s hope she won the halloween contest!
For Halloween, Zoso decided she could carve a pumpkin while we went inside to find the supplies in which to do so.
Memphis, my 8 year old German Shepherd is laying in what remains of my daughter’s Halloween stash. Memphis went into my daughter’s room, removed the pumpkin candy bag (pictured behind Memphis) from my daughter’s play table, carried it into another room and ate EVERY LAST PIECE including a KING size Hershey Bar. Conservative estimates are that she ate about a pound and a half of candy and chocolate. The vet is still amazed that she didn’t die!
Our shi tzu all dressed up but cant manage to figure out how to walk in her booties yet.
“The vet removed a button from my stomach that I ate (sorry I have to wear this)”
$1000 later…the Button is out and Bubba is back to eating everything he sees! Can’t be mad at that face.
One of dog shaming: the book‘s contributors, Sharon, sent us a picture of her dog looking quite perplexed. Would you look at that face?
We took Dennis on a long country walk. Upon finding a pile of fox poop,, he decided to smother himself in it,. Like he does every single time he finds some.