Hi my name is Magnus. I am a Great Dane and I only throw up on the carpet. Dad still is trying to get the stain out.
I lick the couch.. a lot..
“I ate poo and then tried to lick you in the face. I should be ashamed of myself.”
Ferris, the 2 year old French Bulldog, doesn’t understand why we don’t want kisses from her.
“My name is Harpo , I am a four-legged paper shredder.”
“I eat Chapstick.”
Peanut is a serial Chapstick stealer. Burt’s Bees is his favorite.
The sign says – I jumped the temporary fence my Dad put up to keep me out of the mud. Now I can’t come inside until my Mom has time to give me a bath. I know better, but I’m not that sorry.
He’s now howling at the back door, and our cat is teasing him and playing with his sign. Maybe he’s a little sorry now.
I like to bark at dogs outside from the window and sometimes my mom’s things get caught in the line of fire
“I pooped in the bed”
“I tried to help out my brother by attempting to hide the evidence under Mummy’s pillow – I only failed because she woke up”
Dixie, our German short-haired pointer/lab mix, likes to hunt flies. Sometimes the blinds get in the way. Her twin brother probably helped, but he refused to sit still for the photo.
Ethel made her Dog Shaming debut on June 21st after being convicted of serial shoe and sock theft. A month later her foster momma and dad left her in the loving care of another foster home while they went out of town for their annual vacation. Before leaving, Ethel’s foster momma left her strict instructions to not get adopted while she was away. Within just a couple of days little Ethel had stolen her temporary foster momma’s heart and convinced her to make her a forever doggie! Ethel has many four legged siblings in her new home, including three dachshunds just like her! (Ethel’s foster momma has forgiven her, since her forever momma is going to let Ethel come for sleep overs sometimes!) Ethel says she hopes all of her other rescue friends find homes that will make them as happy as she is in hers! Please check out her other friends available through A.A.R.F. (All About Rescue & Fixin’) Thanks Dog Shaming for all you do to help our rescue friends!