Don’t you just love dogs? Since you’re reading this, you probably do. Even if a dog does go against the master’s training and goes tooth and claw against…we’re actually not sure what it is that this dog tore up, but it got torn up pretty well. Maybe it was the couch itself, who knows.
Anyway, even if this dog had been trained and told time and again not to tear something up, it went and did it anyway. And then when everybody got home to find the mess, the dog at least had the good manners to look guilty. Ears bent back, brow furrowed, entire body leaning as far away from the mess as possible. This dog knows that it messed up, and it’s just hoping to escape the rolled-up newspaper this time.
The Grinch’s Dog Reappears
Knocking stuff over – a time-honored tradition for dogs since they first shacked up with humans to share a little fire and the burnt pieces of meat still on the bone. Dogs are playful little beasts, and a tree that is covered and lights and glittering things and tends to be at least a little top-heavy are going to have a good chance of saying Merry Christmas to the ground if there’s a dog in the house.
These folks weren’t even able to get the darn thing decorated before Fido went sicko mode on it. It looks like a live tree, and those are only good for a little while, so it’s at least a little likely this picture is from Christmas Eve, and the family has gathered to decorate, but the dog had other ideas.
Dogs Don’t Wear Socks
Yes, we know that sometimes dogs do wear things on their feet to protect them from one thing or another, but that isn’t what’s going on here. What’s going on here is a dog being caught in the act of chewing on a human sock, which is – barring some exceptions – something that humans generally don’t appreciate.
The dog (whose name is Dakota, we’re told) at least knows to look guilty when caught doing something like this. That doesn’t change the fact that no human is going to want to put on a really soggy sock that’s just been chewed up by a dog. And you can’t do anything worthwhile with ONE sock, so this single act has sidelined an entire pair of socks until the next time the laundry goes through the wash.
Excuse Me, Mister Dog, But That is For the Cat
It doesn’t matter who the food is for – if it’s there for the taking, the dog is going to try and get it. It could be food for a different dog, it could be something that a human wanted to eat, or it could be cat food (as we see here). Heck, it could even be something for a bird or a hamster.
This time, the dog couldn’t exactly get away Scott-free after trying to sample some other delicacies – its head got stuck in the bag, and that’s when this picture was taken. It’s in there, chomping away, as the owners take pictures to send to friends and shame the dog later on the internet. Everybody wins. Except the cat, we guess.
We Wonder Who Could Have Done This
No, it’s no coincidence that there’s a little dog in the center of all that carnage. Talk to anybody who has had the good fortune to have a little dog in the family – they can get up to all kinds of mischief. This time, it was a small dog that got all its way into a box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch, if our eyes don’t deceive us.
Sure, a dog of any size would love to get at the good stuff that the humans get to eat for breakfast, but it’s hard to do if you don’t have a bowl to pour it in or a spoon to eat it with. If you just have four paws and a bunch of teeth to do it, you’re just going to make a mess.