So have you seen Dogshamming?
I have been waiting for the opportunity to put my own dogs on the site.
And my opportunity arose this last weekend, AND I FORGOT TO MAKE A SHAMMING PICTURE!
Ok in reality, I was so embarrassed at what my dogs did, I just tried cleaning up the evidence as soon as possible that dog shamming was the last thing on my mind.
I know you all are
waitingdrooling to see what they did, but let me preface the picture with the back story.
Grace has severe separation anxiety. It was one big reason we decided to get another dog. She could have a companion and not worry so much about abandonment.
We have never been able to leave her out of the kennel, because she literally makes her self sick and makes a mess of herself and the house. It is so bad that she even does this IN her kennel sometimes.
Then enter Crosby.
Crosby on a few occasions has escaped out of his kennel, and he was a perfect angel. The couple times he has gotten out by himself, nothing happened.
So we made the plunge to try both of them out of the kennel.
Cue Stephanie panic attacks on a daily basis.
Much to my chagrin, they have done fairly well. For the past month, we have successfully left them out every day.
We have had only two messes.
1. Grace made a boom boom when we tried to push the time limit we usually set for ourselves to get home. But plus side, she did not eat it and proceed to vomit poop, and then poop vomit. (Too much?) We are about progress people.
2. They ripped apart a pizza box that we had left on top of our microwave.
So we were pretty proud parents, and we would brag about our little success muffins whenever we could!
That is until this weekend, when they ate my sister-in-law’s couch.
What this picture doesn’t show is all the pee that Crosby sprayed all over pretty much the entire perimeter of the room, and the poop that inevitably came from Grace.
So we have learned that if it is not our house, they cannot be out of the kennels.
I am just now able to laugh at it. So embarrassing…
Oh,you think that is all that I have.
Nope, you are so naive.
Since we have gotten Crosby, I have lost count of how many collars he has chewed through…of Grace’s. He doesn’t like her wearing anything apparently.
For the most part, our life is not this dramatic.
We have a lot of “always positive” moments, instead of “bad turned eventually funny” moments.
Like this weekend when we introduced them to a trampoline.
Needless to say, we will not be an internet sensation anytime soon. Grace is the biggest scaredy cat. This is exactly how she acted with water, and this is fairly accurate on how Crosby was with water-not a care in the world.
Something they are really good at is road trips, so that is a plus!
We may puke in our kennels, but not in the car!
Grace likes to climb up in the front seat with me like she is a lap dog. Then she will look back at Crosby in an obnoxious way like she is snubbing him. She is also afraid of the air vents, which is a fun game to play. Doesn’t her collar look nice?
This is Crosby’s contribution to keep everyone awake and alert in the car.
So there is the doggy shame for us. I know this won’t be the last thing they do, so hopefully next time I can have some forethought and document it properly.