• Houdini Hound

    Dog damage

    We left for work and school one day and left our Mastiff/Pit puppy teenager in a kennel in my daughter’s immaculate Princess room (the dog is being housetrained).

    When we came home, the dog had chewed a hole in the side of the plastic kennel, escaped and gone on a rip through my daughter’s room. The foam pieces in the foreground are carpet padding - but we found no holes in the carpet, so we don’t know how she did that! She not only knocked over the chair, but ripped the seat of it off, too, and had a grand time messing up the bed covers before her royal nap… in the princess bed.

    The second photo is the monster in question, looking quizzically at me after I took her outside and asked her why she was so crazy.

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    Submitted by: Heidi J.

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  • Nom Nom Sandals

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    After a period of financial hardship, I decided to indulge and buy myself a new pair of sandals. They were impractical and beautiful and I was so excited to have them. My siamese cat, Tiberius, apparently shared my enthusiasm. As soon as I left him alone with the sandals, he chewed up the decorative metal bar, rendering them nearly unwearable. Sometimes you just have to laugh to keep from crying.

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    Submitted by: Anna

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  • That couch had 2 days till retirement

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    Lainey wasn’t too happy about wearing the lampshade after she got fixed, and that couch paid the ultimate price.

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    Submitted by: Allan Shifman

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  • Everyone’s a Critic


    This is Murphy the ferret. He is three years old. After he
    destroyed all of his Xmas toys (6-7 different things), he promptly
    started in on MY gifts (which were INSIDE a half-zipped suitcase). I
    had not even opened the DVD case yet!

    He is not normally very destructive; this just goes to show that it
    never pays to leave anything within reach of your pet, even a “well
    behaved” one who almost always “goes on the paper”, shows no interest
    in stealing “people food” and is never caught gnawing through
    electrical cords or baseboards (former pet bunnies, I am looking at
    ALL of you).

    My next house is probably going to force me to have everything stored
    at least four feet above the floor at all times…and even then, I am
    probably hosed because I miss having cats around.

    Submitted by: Lorelei

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  • Ozzy turning my box spring into his man cave

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    In the middle of the night I’ve heard weird things under my bed, this time I got under there and my black pug hand pulled down the fabric covering my box springs and turned it into a mancave complete with panties he had stole from me and his bone. The best part was watching his chubby pug self do the army crawl to get out.

    Submitted by: Lisa

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  • Ozzy turning my box spring into his man cave

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    In the middle of the night I’ve heard weird things under my bed, this time I got under there and my black pug hand pulled down the fabric covering my box springs and turned it into a mancave complete with panties he had stole from me and his bone. The best part was watching his chubby pug self do the army crawl to get out.

    Submitted by: Lisa

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  • Splendor in the Grass

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    Every flower bed I have is smashed. Every one.

    Submitted by: Anita

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  • Splendor in the Grass

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    Every flower bed I have is smashed. Every one.

    Submitted by: Anita

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  • Garbage Massacre

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    Came home to a garbage hurricane. By the look on his face he knew that he couldn’t blame it on anyone else. Maybe he thought I wasn’t coming home and he panicked? Regardless you can’t help but love that face.

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    Submitted by: Alex Meisner

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  • Dirty Dog

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    Dirt and mud are unnaturally attracted to my white, golden-doodle Tobey. He can’t help it! It is obviously “never his fault” — just look at that face! Personally, I just love the expression of my older golden retrieve, Koda, (inside the house), looking at the two dirty culprits. He is a ‘good boy’ and would NEVER be involved in such shenanigans!
    Such is life on a cranberry bog…

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    Submitted by: Patricia Powers

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