11 Of The Best Dog Shaming Pictures
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11 Of The Best Dog Shaming Pictures

What have we done to deserve dogs?

11 Of The Best Dog Shaming Pictures

Dogs are good for many different reasons, whether it be cuddling, eating those leftover vegetables you didn't want, or sometimes doing things that make them a "bad dog." Whatever the case, many owners have taken to shaming their dogs when they have not been on the best of behavior. So without further ado, here are the 11 best dog-shaming pictures:

1. Everyone can feel the pain while looking at this. Money is money.

2. This one is definitely cringe-worthy. That dog ate a lot of technology.

3. What a nice surprise that would be. Just wanted to try to help out is all.

4. In Recent News: SpongeBob Squarepants is out of a house.

5. “I do not care” — that line could not more accurately describe the look on this face.

6. The innocence in this one’s face is great. He looks so confused about why they are just leaving him there to take a picture.

7. For all you "Star Wars" fans out there.

8. The visual image from thinking about this is quite entertaining.

9. Double trouble

10. Clearly does not understand that windows are there for his own protection. Those dang cats always seem to win.

11. Poor pooch. Didn’t do anything wrong and still gets shamed.

It is safe to say that dogs want nothing more than to make their human companions happy. Sometimes they get a little carried away, and we as their owners will never let them forget it. It is hard to be mad at such cute faces.

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