This is Bella. She goes potty every morning! But, when its cold out side, she’d prefer to poop inside in the bathtub!
Coco stole my husband’s package of fresh cherry turnovers off the kitchen counter. We thought they were well out of her reach, but apparently we need to re-think the location of goodies.
My brother in law is a great guitar plater, but I pee in his guitar case. Sorry for that!
I’m a blanket burrowing freak, but this time…
My 5 year old Dachshund, Sammy, loves to burrow into blankets, but this time he managed to get caught in his daddy’s coat. Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time. Silly, silly boy.
This is Ollie the Olde English Bulldogge. Don’t let this cute puppy face fool you. He ate his bed…chewed the wall…steps… but he is so darn cute you can’t stay mad at him!
Paul and I are foster parents for Hopeful Hearts in Ottawa, Canada. 10-year-old Yoda was removed from a “neglect” situation in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
During the four months we fostered her, she developed trust and confidence. Yoda now struts down ‘her’ street, initiates play and asks for belly rubs. We’ve fallen in love with this sweet old girl and recently adopted her. Our friends and family made it official on our wedding day by paying the adoption fee.
Yoda came along to our wedding photo shoot in the woods and ensured we remembered that she’s the centre of our lives.
Photo Credit: Liz Bradley of elizabeth&jane photography
In less than 30 seconds, I shredded 5 checks, including Mom’s paycheck and State & Federal tax returns. p.s. I plan to shred this sign later.
I’m Sam and I’m super afraid of walking on tile. My humans have to cover all of it with rugs so I can walk fearlessly to things like my backyard, food, and water.
“I don’t have sheep… so I herd my daddy around the house instead.”
I steal her food and poop in front of her cage. Sahara (Toy Poodle).
I poop in her water bowl for revenge. Thumbelina (Opossum).
Sahara is a bird rehabilitation dog in her own right, she has helped raise and successfully release many birds back into the wild.
Thumbelina is a Wildlife Education Animal, her mom was hit by a car while she was in the pouch and from that accident Thumbelina lost her tail and sustained brain damage. So now she educates the public on opossums.