No matter where we put our sunglasses, Titan seems to find them and enjoy them as a nice chew toy. He loves sunglasses!
This is our bullmastiff, Maggie. Behind her is our new house, which we moved into two weeks ago. Also behind her is the printer toner she decided to play with yesterday.
Bad Maggie. Bad, bad Maggie…
Lana felt upstaged by this dog-shaped planter and decided to show everyone who’s boss. Ps: She tried to bite it while we were taking her dog-shaming picture. She’s not sorry at all.
My Boston Terrier, Cuchita, stole my black lacy bra and hid it in the seams of her bed. Sorry Cuchita, they don’t make bras in your size!
This is the third time she got sprayed this month. I think she likes the smell =/
The Dog Shaming Family is proud to introduce our newest addition! Little Mia was born on December 16th weighing in at 7lbs 2oz. Mom and dad couldn’t be more excited (and tired). True to the dogshaming ways this family is accustomed to, Mia has already pooped, peed, or barfed on everything we love; INCLUDING THE DOG!! We want to thank everyone for following our blog and helping us make dogshaming a huge success!
If you live in the lower mainland of British Columbia and have a baby or fur-baby you’d like to have photographed, Ashleigh Wells Photography comes highly recommended! She did both this shoot as well as the picture for the back of the book! You’ll have to wait a while though, she’s also on maternity ’til March! BABIES FOR EVERYONE!
I ate your phone cord. Now you can play with me forever. Wait, is that a cell phone charger….
I have my mum and dad search high and low for their shoes every single day! I feel no shame and keep on hiding them! Love Alfie x
I ate a double batch of blue corn pancake batter.
We’re all going to be sorry…
“Will listen for wontons!”
Moxie, an English Bulldog, has the breed’s trademark stubbornness down to an art. Yesterday, she was being quite the little brat, barking her head off (yet nothing appeased her!) and stealing shoes, so I told her if she could behave herself I’d give her a whole wonton when our Chinese arrived. She was a perfect angel from that moment on – until she got her wonton!