The dog shaming book is officially on shelves today at your local bookstores (of course, it’s also available through multiple retailers online)! This book has been a long-time in the making and we’re so proud to share it with our readers and fans. So many of you have contributed to making this website such a success by submitting and commenting, sharing and laughing along with all the misdeeds of these oh-so-cute pups!
Our publishers have also created a fun, interactive dog shaming generator! Did you catch your dog in the act with your camera phone but didn’t have time to write a sign? Fear not, we’ve created a generator that will allow you to add your own sign after the fact! You can even share your dog shaming creation on Twitter and Facebook! Click here to give it a whirl!
Everyone tells me I was lucky that mommy and daddy rescued me off the streets (literally) of New Orleans. I return the favor everyday! I licked mommy’s stress tears away during law school and helped her study for the bar by laying on her feet. I cuddle on top of daddy every day after work so he physically can’t be stressed. I make sure to make them laugh everyday – they are happy I made us a little family!
“My mom works at a vet clinic and I donate blood every six weeks to save other dogs when they’re sick. I am Super Dog!”
Zoe is a huge help at the emergency clinic I work at. She loves coming to work (I got her there as a 2 day old puppy that was dumped) and I think she knows she’s helping! She donates blood for transfusions and has saved many dogs with her super blood.
“Today at the park, I peed on a man sitting on the grass. I lifted my leg so quickly my mom couldn’t stop me in time. I’m really not that embarrassed … but she was!” -Claude
Claude is a greyhound, an ex-racer who has been off the track less than a year. He is wonderful and perfect in almost every way. He is not 100% clear on when and where it is appropriate to mark things (or people, apparently) — today was the first time he peed on a person! He must have mistaken the gentleman for a tree or a shrub. Awkward.
Editor’s Note: My papa’s name is Claude, so this makes it just that much better!
Maddie the HERO!! Maddie is a 10 year old Lab who is trained as a TOUCH dog. She visits patients receiving chemotherapy at a local Cancer Care Center and spreads her canine cheer…. She is recent cancer survivor as well (notice the scar above her eye)!