This is Azim. Azim likes to eat cat poop. Azim likes to eat cat poop in the yard. We decided to start using ground corn litter in out cat’s boxes as it’s better for their health. And we just adopted our 3rd cat who was a stray. We had to keep the bathroom door open so the cat would get use to using the box when he slept in the house at night. One morning we woke up, and all the litter was gone! We knew immediately that it was Azim. And he went from being a fit pit to being a fat one. Now, we have a door chain lock on the door so the dog won’t use his nose to open the door and the cat can slink in to use the box.
I chewed the handle on dad’s chair…said I was sorry, but I’m not. For some reason Gibson thought that the new chair handle was his own personal chew toy.
Chica is a sweet dog and when it comes to treats, she can lay down, roll over, jump, cry, even talk lol
This is Cheyanne helping mom study. She came home and found that I had destroyed her brand new drug book and study guide. I later pooped out different medication names.
I cry like a baby … after I push my ball under the cabinet
George, my almost 9 year old Chihuahua, took a special liking to this new frog toy. He liked it so much that he tore two legs off the toy, left a third hanging by a thread, and nearly chewed off the head too. He started to pull the stuffing out but mommy put an end to the fun
We rescued Daisy from our local humane society. She is a one year old German Shepherd Cross. She has a nice cozy kennel for when we leave her at home but she was able to reach and chew my son’s backpack, my husband’s speakers, and my daughter’s fashion hat. Last week she ate my son’s bedroom door. She is a lovely dog just a bit destructive
During a very important meeting for the production of a popular television show, Wade Boggs (pictured) sauntered into the room, under the packed table, and laid one of the largest / most pungent gastrointestinal explosions to date. Quickly removed from the room, it was only right to publicly shame this pooch for his loose caboose.
Every day I come home from work, Juno our 8 month old lab waits for me to take of my sock then she spends the next hour smelling, licking and chewing on my stinky socks. If she is really excited she roll around on them. But to date she has yet to chew a hole in one.
“not even the ‘cone of shame’ will stop me from getting into the trash”
thinking the trash would be safe with boogie wearing the cone of shame was proven wrong. she never ceases to amaze me.