Dogs Caught in the Act!
This is what happened to my couch when I left my Springer Spaniel, Oreo home with my husband for a few days while I went away on a business trip. Needless to say, the couch got trashed!
Oreo in his crate the very next day, after he destroyed our furniture; he obviously still had some issues as the bed that was once in there got shredded!! Talk about issues!!!
So, we got Sophie (liver and white) with the hopes that the couch incident wouldn't be repeated, now they're always in the tub together...not sure why, but if you can't find them and hear thumping, check behind the shower curtain and you'll find them!!
"After a play romp around the living room Wilbur and Parker, two Yellow Labs left the Christmas tree in pieces all over the floor. It was a week before Christmas and I guess they just got too excited thinking about Santa Paws..."
I kept my Golden Retriever, Lucky confined to the basement while I was at work. Apparently that was not okay with him, as he broke the door down to get out! This is him admiring his handiwork!
Here is a close-up of the door; he scratched a hole to get out and ripped down the door frame.
And you would never think he was capable by looking at him! I guess he just wanted his Mommy REALLY badly and you know how strong love can be ;-) We got him a “brother” to keep him company during the day (he’s in the background of the above pic) and we’ve had no house damage ever since.
Raisa the 1-year-old, female, red-and-white Siberian Husky. She lives in the south of Brazil. Raisa apparently loves mud!
The following are pictures and stories of dogs caught in the act of doing deeds we fellow dog owners would have preferred them NOT to do. This section is sure to keep you laughing; after all, it was not YOUR dog! Or was it? Despite these deeds, most of us still love our dogs. For those of you who just had a dog commit a no-no, look at these picture pages and don't feel so bad, it could have been worse! Do you have a photo(s) of your pet caught in the act of a no-no? Send it in! along with your story!
Wondering why dogs do these bad deeds? Puppies need constant guidance and to be taught what is acceptable and what is not. A dog that goes on daily pack walks is less likely to engage in any destructive tendencies. Most dogs that are destructive are not happy dogs. When a dog is destructive it is usually a sign that there is something lacking in the dog’s life, something that the canine animal needs which the humans around them are not providing—perhaps boredom, a lack of communication, exercise, discipline or a general understanding between canine and human. A dog’s actions are a direct result of the humans around it. Learn more: Understanding Dog Behavior.