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8 incidents you REALLY can't blame on your dog

The dog didn’t fart, YOU DID.

That time the dog ate the Sunday roast off the kitchen table

Come on! Who leaves a tantalising ham or leg of lamb sitting on a table where ANYONE can get up on two hind legs and help themselves? THINK PEOPLE! THINK!

wmCuh1P Source: Imgur

That time the dog kept you awake all night

Maybe you shouldn’t have left him home alone all day, sleeping.

people Source: Imgur

That time the dog slept in your bed and covered it in hair

You left the bedroom door open. You might as well as have put up a sign saying:

Come on in dog. Sleep on the bed. No repercussions.

My last upload crashed and burned, so here is my dog tucked up in bed. - Imgur Source: Imgur

That time when you said the dog farted, but it was really you

Blaming your farts on a dog. You should be ashamed.

Two can play at that game.

Source: Cindy Burnes/YouTube

That time the dog knocked the toddler over. Twice

Maybe you shouldn’t have thrown that ball so hard. Did you ever think about that?


That time the dog kept asking you to fetch for three hours

Well, you threw the ball the first 23 times, why wouldn’t you throw it a further 74 times?

Playing fetch with a skeptical dog.. - Imgur Source: Imgur

That time the dog kept begging in front of the visitors

You let him do it all the time when it’s just family. Suddenly you’re posh?

begging-dog-o Source: Gifsoup

That time when the cat did it

Cats. Letting others take the fall since the beginning of time.

Blame the dog! - Imgur Source: Imgur


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Emer McLysaght

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