Shaming the dog. I was a bad boy today. I chewed up mommys favorite pair of high heels today.
We ate our daddy’s taxes. Sorry Uncle Sam!
Lola ate through all the cords and electronics under my passenger side seat. She is small and likes to be under things, like the sofa, so we never thought anything of it on road trips. That is, until my air bag lights went on. The Subaru dealership estimates $3500 to replace the whole console & electronics!
Seriously, even when you’re trying to walk.
Our Old English Sheepdog can not contain himself around food. He has discovered that our one year old son is an easy target in his high chair.
“I ate the sour cream container. I’m allergic to dairy. – Rilo”
I think it was a team effort between Rilo and Kiera to destroy the recycle bin while I was away but they always seem to first go for cream cheese and sour cream containers which Rilo is allergic to.
I decided to make a grilled cheese for lunch. After I got all the ingredients out I got distracted & left it all on the counter..after I went back to make my sandwich, I couldn’t find the butter….then it was too late..because it was GONE.
She has no shame.
“I am the reason my parents can’t put toilet paper rolls on the holder. I think it is a treat dispenser and eat all the toilet paper and then poop it out all over the house. PS. I am now going to eat this paper sign”
Otto is the only dog I know that would rather eat the cardboard box his treats come in over the treats that are inside of it. He is our own personal paper shredder – have a confidential document that needs to be destroyed beyond recognition – Otto FiberPug to the rescue!!
Sweetie our 4 year old English bulldog does not know she isn’t a child. This is here enjoying the slide at our local park. “Mom watch me”
Mushka is an almost two year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross, currently being fostered in SUSSEX, SOUTH EAST ENGLAND.
She’s a sweet natured, well mannered little dog who needs a forever home, as her owners decided they could no longer care for her.
Mushka knows basic commands, is great with other dogs (currently living with 2 foster sisters), wonderful with children…and curious about cats. She has so much love to give the family who gives her the home she deserves, a happy dog for a happy home
Mushka came to us via Lindsay, an avid reader, who is fostering Mushka without the help of a shelter until she can find her a home. Lindsay has already adopted Mushka’s sibling and is looking to help place this beautiful girl. If you’re interested in finding out more about her, please email Dog Shaming directly. Our contact information is here.