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    I think we should have our own dog shaming post. Doesn't have to be with pictures (I will submit one to that dog shaming website). But you can add a new post every time your pooch has done something shameful.

    I'll start with a catch up for the past month or so. In that time Banjo has:
    Destroyed half a roll of insulation material left in the garage by the builder.
    Eaten a whole home-made cake that was left out on the bench.
    Eaten half her bed.
    Ripped the pocket clean off my favourite winter coat (to get the treats out) and chewed a hole in the sleeve for the sake of thoroughness.
    Chewed a few holes in the inside of the pocket of my favourite rain coat (to get to the treats). I only noticed when I went to put some treats in that pocket this morning and wondered why they kept falling straight through.
    Chewed some toys. My daughter claims she only ever picks her favourite toys and never touches the umpteen ones she rarely plays with.

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    I know it's not the same with out a picture...


    "Mum says it is not my job to lab test the toilet paper"

    and

    "Mum got me this doona and I made it pretty for her"

    The only time she looks "ashamed" is when she wants her dinner.

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    ill take a photo of my home gym set Cindy destroyed the padding 3 months ago - now I moved it to another area and will be fixing it
    BAD CINDY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    m<(o.o)>m

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    Well we discovered she had grown when she swiped our chops from the kitchen counter.
    She got her adult teeth recently and shredded every single fluffy toy almost overnight, no more fluffies.
    She emptied the treats out of my jacket while it was hanging over the chair ( my mistake!)
    She chewed the earphones for my computer when they dangled over the side of the table, now replaced
    Thats it for this week

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    Oh I love this thread. I shall not dwell on past destruction (mainly because it will take me an hour to type). I will clear slate and start from today... I am sure I will be dominating this thread LOL

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    Brody managed to get the fridge door open and ate half a roll of dog roll and 2kg of chicken breast by himself. He is an 11kg poodle and surprise surprise he didn't want to eat anything for the rest of the day.

    I got some foam squares off gumtree thinking I could make covers and turn them into dog beds... Foam + Prada = cream colored snow.

    A while ago we hadn't done the washing up for a couple of days so there were a few plates piled up on the bench... They weren't on the bench when we came home after shopping, they were in a million pieces on the floor.

    I cleaned out the rat cage and replaced all their wood shavings and newspaper. I left the bag by the front door to go straight into the big bin outside... I stopped to do something and within 10 seconds Brody had grabbed the bag and it's contents were covering the living room.

    Plush toys... Forget it.

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    TWO kilos of chicken, OMG! Opening the fridge door... that's what you get when you get a smart dog. lol

    I regularly find broken bowls on the kitchen floor too. I'm a slow learner... And foam of any kind is a total no-no here too.

    And I do always put the bag with dirty kitty litter out the front immediately. So only have to deal with the dog sliding open the bathroom door and foraging from the litter tray. No one will ever know why she cannot admire her treasure on the bathroom tiles, but has to absolutely take it to the loungeroom carpet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    TWO kilos of chicken, OMG! Opening the fridge door... that's what you get when you get a smart dog. lol

    I regularly find broken bowls on the kitchen floor too. I'm a slow learner... And foam of any kind is a total no-no here too.

    And I do always put the bag with dirty kitty litter out the front immediately. So only have to deal with the dog sliding open the bathroom door and foraging from the litter tray. No one will ever know why she cannot admire her treasure on the bathroom tiles, but has to absolutely take it to the loungeroom carpet...
    Sad thing is he is the stupid one, he can't do that test where you put a piece of food under a cup, he thinks it magically vanishes... Yet he can open cupboards and the fridge door.

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    LOL too funny

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    Lol Bella's for today...


    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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