I ate my dog bed today while mom was napping.
I chased this beer down when it rolled away from me and brought it back to my mommy. Then it exploded all over her. I am not sure what happened.
Wiki likes to jump into the bathtub to let his owner know that his water bowl is empty. She has been trying to regulate his water intake at night before bedtime and this is his form of protest.
Daisy is a one year old, rescued Staffordshire Bull Terrier. We thought we’d managed to finally toilet train her. We hadn’t. We thought we’d managed to finally stop her running after other dogs when out on a walk. We hadn’t.
SHAME ON YOU, DAISY.
Crosby has mostly outgrown his chewing stage… But if it is in this corner, it’s fair game. Living plants included!
I like to sneak into my owners closet and steal candy. Shame on me? Shame on them! Thank you for the container of sugar-free gum. My breath smells marvelous! Kisses, Luke
Editor’s note: Lots of gums and other candies can be very dangerous or toxic to our pets. During the next coming holiday months, let’s take extra precautions to keep our furry friends safe and out of the vet’s office.
Lucy loves to unstuff any and all toys she can get ahold of. Every. Last. One.
We threw these pumpkin seeds on the ground. (Now they’re all for us!)
Bella, our 6 year old Rotweiler, ate 42 lemon cupcakes off the kitchen counter while we were meeting the school bus. These were destined for the community dinner at our local church. When my wife entered the kitchen, she actually had a moment where she thought she hadn’t made the cupcakes, as all evidence (crumbs and wrappers) were gone. Bella’s large tummy and guilty look gave it away.
“My mom doesn’t believe me…. I swear it was Sasquatch who pooped on my Mom’s oriental rug….it wasn’t me!” Based upon the sheer size and volume of the poop, Sasquatch was the only possible other culprit. Due to the Newf’s decision to forego the ample hardwood flooring in the living room in favor of his mom’s oriental rug, a shaming was in order.