I swam in my neighbor’s new pool before they did!
Posts Categorized: Escape artists
I sneak into the house of our Buddhist neighbors, and eat their food offerings to Buddha
At midnight, I cried to go out. I went out and barked my head off. I came in the house and realized I stepped in my own poo. When mom yelled to stop, I proceeded to run through the house leaving lots of poo prints. Pete
-I’m not sorry and I will probably do it again!
I’ve eaten too many things! Some include: Baseboards, books, homework, contact lenses, glasses, $40 cash, 3 blackberries, remote controls, underwear, socks, windowsills, lots of cat poop, legos, and boxes of cookies and cakes!
Funny enough, Murphy ate that sign as soon as his owner was done snapping the shot!
I got an email from Murphy’s owner and after telling me her dog was a perfect example of dog shaming, I went to their website and discovered that Murphy loves getting into trouble. Read all about his antics on their facebook page!
“You may not be able to tell but I’m still wet after my bath! It’s really tiring to run into a pond after a goose!” ~Emmitt “P.S. I also peed on the cat’s scratch post. I’m not sorry”
“I can squeeze through the fence so when I go outside I wear a cone of shame”
This is Frasier. He is a super sweet 18lb poodle available for adoption in north metro Atlanta, GA through the Humane League of Lake Lanier. Fraiser is about 2 yr old and is very well behaved except for two things: he will chew on socks and shoes (we’re working on that), and he is a bit of an escape artist. He loves to squeeze through the picket fence and gallivant about the neighborhood chasing squirrels (now I wear a cone of shame so I can’t squeeze between the boards). Other than those quirks he has been a wonderful foster dog. Frasier is very sweet and intelligent and gets along very well with the other dogs in the house. He is reserved and polite but also loves to play. More info about Frasier, click here.
“We got out when the housekeeper was not looking and the landlord had to call Mommy at work. We’re sorry.” They were spotted by the landlord running down the pedestrian zone and captured. I think they are secretly NOT sorry.
But it was windy and the bins were out!
Kai checking to see if it is safe to show his face after breaking out of his crate (again) and destroying a couple pairs of shoes.
Leashes are prohibitive? No. They aren’t.