“I’m sowry”

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  1. Heather

    Absolutely priceless. Been there, done that – although I never thought to use my camera to capture the ‘look’. Love it.

  2. Shira

    I love it when they slink away and hang their head because they know they’ve done wrong – it’s hard not to forgive them (unless they’ve chewed up one of a pair of $120 shoes, grrrr)

  3. rita

    awwwwh… he looks so guilty and sad. how could you really get mad when they give you those looks πŸ™

  4. Ashkia

    Sigh, my puppy at my laptop power cord, phone, purse, shoes, and my glasses. It took me a year to find where she hid the glasses. All I can say is chew bones are a nice investment.

  5. Lyndsey ~The Tiny Skillet~

    Oh my gosh….too funny! I could see the first reaction is the ears going down….then the puppy dog eyes….then the head….it’s all in the body language…been there! Mine used to look at me when he was on the other side of the pool,…then bite the pool cleaner hose…instant holes and each section cost twelve bucks!! At least your looks sorry! πŸ™‚

  6. Jen Da Purse Ho

    omfg. i would want to spank the dog, but the dog doesn’t know what the hell you are speaking it for…so lesson learned. keep stuff out of dog’s reach. lol

  7. RobertaJ

    I’ve had dogs my whole life. I have always, *ALWAYS* been able to tell when something was up within a nanosecond of walking in the door. That look. That LOOK, of whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat????? MEEEEEEE????? Noooooooooooooooooo. It’s then my job to find the damage !

    I had one dog who used to take herself into a time-out behind the toilet in the master bath. I’d come in, she’d give me THE LOOK and slink off.

    Oh, and Monica, I had a 10 pound miniature poodle eat MY couch. And my current 12 pound Bichon pulled my drapery rods out of the plaster wall. Size is completely irrelevant to the amount of damage !

    Keep the faith. They DO (eventually) grow out of it……

  8. Kristine

    What’s more precious, that face, or some plastic? I would walk in the door and see whatever it was my dog had done, and say “What did you do??” and he would slink up to me and put one paw up in the air. I lost him in April and only wish he was around to chew up some things.

  9. Jackie W.

    This could be the sibling of one of our dogs – both in looks and behavior. Hard to stay mad when they give you that look. Thankfully he has pretty much grown out of the chewing stage.

  10. Sarah

    Your dog is beautiful, but please, please, please keep anything with batteries way out of his/her reach.

  11. Emily C

    WE are officially out 1,200$ in remotes that our dog has eaten….it’s the ONLY thing he will destroy if it gets left out

  12. Skinny Fat Kid

    Haha, so cute! Guilty as charged. Luckily Izzy was never a huge fan of chewing things that weren’t hers. But with the foster puppies picking everything up, she turns it into a game and runs around with whatever they want to chew. Sometimes its actually helpful as they’ll be chasing instead of chewing!

  13. Libby

    Oh they know they are so wrong and yet just like a child, will do it again. How could you be mad at a face of shame like that.

  14. Kim in MD

    Ok…this is one of those moments that is just so NOT funny when it happens, but it is funny after the fact! Coco really does look like she is sorry, though. I was going to say maybe the zombies traumatized her and she lost her mind, but this happened before the zombie incident! Bad Coco! It’s a good thing you are so cute! πŸ™‚

  15. Karen Ludwig

    We have a Great Pyrenees who spends a lot of time inside. He’s almost 3 and a BIG baby and oh so sweet. He loves to hide things outside, especially his bones. He has never chewed anything up and, luckily. He has those big, brown eyes that you can’t resist. He did go to obedience school but failed. He wouldn’t sit/stay or lay down/stay for the required one minute. 30 seconds was fine, but not one minute. Gotta love your dogs.

  16. Linda Szymoniak

    Well, dogs chew when they’re bored, so you need to give them something to keep them busy. Kong toys filled with treats and peanut butter (and frozen overnight to keep the filling solid) can keep a dog busy for hours (and keep them away from items that are not for them). Luckily my dogs have never chewed anything this expensive.

  17. Eva

    Definitely get him some chew toys like the nylabone or a Kong! He’s still young. And maybe as a precaution, keep all shoes out of his way!! πŸ˜€

  18. spirit_kim

    Oh, my gosh so cute. He looks a lot like our bullador, Bo. He has a fondness for remotes as well.

  19. Tammy

    oooooooooohhhhhhhhhhh nooooooooo…..looks like he got frustrated trying to use the controls with no fingers to work with. poor thing! πŸ˜‰ sorry!

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  21. Stephanie

    It’s so hard to be upset and angry with them when they are so cute in their “apology”.

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