Our dog Tibby chewed up a ruler. She did not enjoy being shamed.
1. I run/fall down the stairs to attack strangers at the front door
2. I start fights with big dogs
3. I only go to the toilet on soft surfaces
Meet Shadow. Thought I’d share the flip-side of dog shaming. It may not make you laugh, but it should make you smile.
Blake likes to jump on the counter to look for crumbs. After his last escapade, we’ve had to resort to pulling the knobs off of the oven after every use. (And no one was hurt, nor was there any damage done, thank goodness. The house just stunk for a week.)
Gilly watched some low-budget indie films last night and thought she could knit today. No.
Piper crept into her sister Zoey’s kennel and chewed up the cord to her electric blanket. Zoey, a skinny whippet mix, now crawls into mom and dad’s bed at night because her kennel is too cold. Typical kid sister!
Sadie, my chocolate lab came walking out of my 9 year old daughters bedroom with red pieces of paper hanging from her mouth and she was chewing on something. I pryed open her mouth and then Olivia, my daughter, realized what it was and went running to her room. The whole art project which was a snowman made from marshmallows glued to a page of red contstruction paper was gone. My daughter was soooo upset! I couldn’t resist taking this picture because Sadie didn’t seem upset at all, she got to have a bunch of marshmallows and they were good!
This is Noelle my 14 month old rescue who thought she was the only one that couldn’t get the XBOX remote to work and turn on Animal Planet!
Butters is pouting because mom working on her case study instead of paying attention to him. He can be such a drama queen.
Spud is an adoptable pit bull located at Response-a-Bull Rescue in Wilmington, DE. Aside from his panty-chewing habit, this goofy young boy also enjoys chasing bugs, taking car rides, playing with his canine foster sister, and making his foster mommy laugh every single day. You can learn more about Spud by clicking here.