“My artwork is too derivative of Vhils!” Poor Peg. She may look up the heavens for inspiration, but her less-than-accomplished attempts to emulate renowned street-artist Vhils just don’t go far. She took this description of deconstructionism and decided to apply it to art… and walls. “
I attempted to serve myself some pie.
Dasha’s New Year’s Resolution:
I refuse to poop outdoors. You don’t, so why would I?
Whenever Remi wants to play and Cooper isn’t in the mood and swats her away, she goes for his manhood and bites it to get his attention.
My dog niece Roxy ate grandpa’s steak off the counter!
I like to wait for my owner to be painting a fine line before barking loud enough to make her jump and mess up! (I will do it again, too)
Mae has to be supervised around the Christmas Tree. She’s chewed branches and scattered needles around the living room. She also has gotten into the cat litter a few times. It sticks to her nose and her breath smells like the expensive litter!
“We already ate our beds so we ate our cat’s bed too. It was delicious.” Came home from the store to find my cat looking down at her new and improved basket. Looks like Rocko and Izzy moved on to her bed after destroying their own yesterday. Hope my bed isn’t next….
My personal copies of the dogshaming coloring book arrived late last week and I couldn’t be happier with the outcome. The pages are awesome, hilarious, and who knows, if your submission has ever been published on dogshaming, you might just find your pooch gracing the pages of this awesome coloring book. We also have calendars and the NYT best selling self-titled book available.
Good news Canada, amazon.ca has released their copies of the coloring book so you can still order them in time for the holidays! Spread some colorful cheer and give the gift of dogshaming to everyone big and small! For a super special secret offer, click here (or to see what the inside of the coloring book looks like!)