“While my dog sitter was in the bathroom, I could, and I DID. Love, PorkChop”
He waited until my partner went to the bathroom, then he did a little light chewing.. er, reading. In a year of dog sitting, this is the first casualty. Very apt, PC. Very apt. I Could Chew on This is available everywhere, click here to buy Francesco Marciuliano’s book!
Ross ate the cover of his owner’s brand new Dog Shaming book, as well as a utility bill, a set of Legos, and some toilet paper straight off the roll. His sign says “I’m being shamed because I ate the Dog Shaming book. -Ross”
I bought The Dog Shaming book and gave it to my husband (from Truffle) for Valentine’s Day, which was yesterday. Today, we went out for breakfast. When we came home, we discovered The Dog Shaming book chewed up and under the dinette table. Truffle had to climb onto a chair to get at the book, which was on the table. She has never done this before. Ever. Truffle, it seems, has a keen sense of irony.
My wife received the book “Dog Shaming” for Christmas from a friend, and today left our dog Beauty in the house – normally she is in a kennel while we are out. When I returned home, I found the book was missing a few corners. Beauty said she didn’t like the idea of people humiliating their dogs for fun and profit. Today, Beauty learns the definition of karma.
Her sign says “I chewed up my mommy’s copy of “Dog Shaming”, her present from a dog loving friend”.