I left Persephone alone for a whole hour. Her sign says “I ate an almost full bag of liver-flavored treats. I regret everything.” Poor girl had a bellyache the rest of the night.
Bravely protects the yard from garbage collectors and the UPS guy.
Terrified of the dishwasher.
I rolled in poop and jumped on Mom’s bed!
I get into the garbage.
How do dogs spell Apricot Squares?
Nom, nom, nom, that’s how.
Good thing I’m pretty.
These were for the folks at the office. Sorry, y’all.
Holden loves baths so much, he pees into the wind. Anytime it’s windy, he decides he doesn’t want to pee on a bush or a tree; he wants to stand in the middle of the yard and pee in the direction of the oncoming wind.
Thanks to everyone who participated! There were so many good entries that it was so difficult to pick the five winners, so I enlisted the help of my friend Stacie over at BarkBox.com to help pick the winners. Click here to see the five finalists who will get their images in the 2017 dog shaming calendars! The winners also won a copy of the 2016 calendar as well as a 3-month subscription to the BEST doggy goodie box ever! The calendars are now totally up for sale! Find the daily calendar here on Amazon, Calendars.com, and Barnes and Noble. Find the monthly calendar here on Amazon, Calendars.com, and Barnes and Noble.
2-year-old Kal figured out how to break out of his kennel. 5-year-old Clark Kent did not and was sad after spending hours watching his brother play from inside his kennel.
Tank’s 7 year old little sister cried for about a good hour over this sudden burst of jealousy and anger. Tank feels pretty bad, now.
These culprits live at a nursing home in Texas, and panhandle food from any of our residents willing to share.