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Sunday, April 20, 2014

Bad Dog

They sure can look guilty, when confronted


10 comments:

  1. Funny!! My two are really good about leaving things alone.....except when they decide to dine from the cat litter box. Unfortunately, both are totally unrepentant.

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  2. LOL! Oh, yes, I've seen those faces. Luckily, Rupert is a very good dog but he generally fancies himself naughty even when he's not. We think his previous home might have been a bit unstable.... Poor boy.

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    1. Not only do they look guilty, they become ashamed and it make take hours before they feel better.

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  3. My chickens don't have a guilty face. even when they dig up bulbs and kick them ten feet behind them.

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    1. Birds are like that, but I've seen parrots become upset and act as though they know they did something wrong.

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  4. I love Miller's 'smile' about halfway thru. And I've found that Chipotle BBQ Seasoning tames my chicken. Hopefully no offense taken.

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    1. My favorite is when the dog is asked if he ate poop. He knew he was busted and went to hide.

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  5. OT ... I just saw your comment on the dump truck and I remembered that I was going to send you this one: 1972 Yes.. Yours is no disgrace... amazing!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vd4jeeu90Rk

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