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40 Hilarious Pets That Got Shamed Publicly For Being Naughty

40 Hilarious Pets That Got Shamed Publicly For Being Naughty







We love our pets but they can be incredibly naughty and mischievous animals at times. Like when your ferrets ‘accidentally’ order a phone from Amazon. Or when your doggos make a mess by eating toilet paper and pieces of a puzzle (and you were so close to finishing it, too!).
Pet owners are shaming their misbehaving pets by posting photos of them along with signs stating their ‘crimes.’ Bored Panda has collected some of the best pics, so scroll down, enjoy, and remember to upvote your fave ones. We’re sure that you’ve got some stories about your pets getting into shenanigans, too, dear Pandas—we’d love to read them in the comments! Bored Panda spoke about pet shaming, dog discipline, and positive reinforcement with Bill Lambert, Head of Health and Welfare at The Kennel Club. Read on for the full interview.
When you’re done with this list, we invite you to look through our earlier posts about the hilarious times that fish got shamed for being naughty, about mischievous cats, and about farmers who are shaming their chickens for their ‘crimes.’



#1 

There Are Two Types Of Doggos






#2 He Even Looks Proud



#3 

Left This Note For My Husband



"We all love seeing dog pictures and videos on the internet, especially ones that show off their unique characters but we must remember that most behavior problems can often be a sign of something else, such as separation anxiety, fear, or simply being unsure of how to deal with a situation," Lambert warned.
"We are also not sure that dogs actually feel 'shame' or embarrassment in the same way that we do. The way that a dog acts will often reflect the tone of voice that’s being used to talk to it and it’s highly unlikely that it will associate past behaviors with what is happening right now. It’s very easy for us humans to misinterpret a dog’s emotions and behaviors," he said.


#4 I Just Thought My Mom Would Like Some Company




#5 Throwback To When Dad Decided To Make Home Improvements I Didn’t Agree With


#6 True Story




The Kennel Club's Head of Health and Welfare pointed out that a lot of future problems can be prevented if animals are given lots of positive new experiences as early on as possible. "With older dogs, you may need help from a specialist trainer such as the Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme or with a Kennel Club Accredited Instructor."
Lambert believes it's possible to discipline dogs with positive reinforcement, without shaming them. "As the owner, you should take every opportunity to praise your dog for good manners, and instead of punishing them, divert them away from undesirable behavior, as this will reinforce the correct behavior."
He continued: "It is unfair and also counterproductive to punish them for something after the incident has taken place as they don’t know what they are being punished for. If you do catch your dog doing something that it shouldn’t, interrupt them and then distract them with a toy or a game and then praise them once they have stopped and are settled.”


#7 She Screamed At Dingleberry




#8 Hamburger Thief



#9 I Feel Like A Little Bit Of Cat-Shaming Is Ok Here



Lambert added that a trained dog is a happy dog and urged owners who are struggling with their dogs’ behavior to reach out to a trainer.
Bored Panda also spoke to Lambert about how dogs show that they’re anxious or frightened. “Anxious dogs tend to pant more and appear more thirsty than usual or be uninterested in their food. Other signs can include excessive yawning, licking, or curling its lips, an inability to settle, and other noticeable behavior changes,” he said.
“Prevention is always better than cure. However, if your dog is displaying anxious or frightened behavior try to act and behave as normal, keeping calm, happy, and cheerful and if they come to you for comfort, make sure you give it to them. However, if they do retreat, make sure to allow them their space.”


#10 Well, Pete Wasn’t Such A Good Boy Today





#11 The Smile Says It All





#12 Groundhog Day



The pet shaming meme is a spinoff from the ‘Dogshaming’ Tumblr blog that was launched in 2012. It all started with a photo of a dachshund (aka a sausage doggo) with a sign saying, "I am an underwear eating jerk!" This then led to the creation of the ‘Dogshaming’ online community. They even have a website.
Eventually, people started posting photos of other misbehaving pets, not just dogs. We’ve had people shaming cats, fish, birds, and plenty more.


#13 Next Time, Pay Attention To Me





#14 Binx Has Officially Destroyed All The Living Room Blinds




#15 This Happened Today On Our Walk




Some animal welfare experts and vets believe that pet shaming might be detrimental to their wellbeing and undermines the animals’ dignity. According to some vets, the photos of pets that are looking guilty might actually show them afraid or anxious.
“The idea of shaming a dog is daft. Dogs don’t like having the mickey taken out of them and can undoubtedly plug into that. So why would you do that to your pet? You wouldn’t mock your family or your friends like this, so why your dog?” secretary of The Kennel Club, Caroline Kisko, told The Telegraph.
“It might be a bit of fun when it is kept to a reasonable level, but people take them too far and it stops being funny for the dog. Dogs have a level of dignity and we don’t want to undermine that. They are meant to be a companion, not a joke.”


#16 I Was Having A Good Morning. Everything Was Going Well. Then I Came Home To This Glitter Bomb




#17 Self-Sufficiency Level: Unlocked




#18 Sneaky Pooper





#19 I Found Out I Wasn’t Included In Mum’s Next Holiday, So I Ate Her Passport





#20 This Cat Being Publicly Fat-Shamed




#21 This Cute Dachshund Surely Loves Pizza





#22 Meatball Is A Jerk





#23 Dog Ate Husband's Teeth



My husband lost 2 front teeth due to a skateboarding accident. His new flipper wasn't comfortable and he took it out and left it on the end table. Leaving the room for a moment was all it took for our Daphnie to get a hold of them.
Daphnie was NOT hurt, what ever pieces she actually ingested passed without incident. The only thing this hurt was our budget! Even the best Dental Coverage doesn't replace teeth when your dog eats them.




#24 And This Happened




#25 Colin My Naughty Cockeral. The Kids Are Scared Of Him And So Are The Neighbors





#26 These Bad Dogs Deserved To Have Some Dog-Shaming For This One





#27 Atlas The Service Dog Sits In Front Of The Camera With A Toothy Grin Wearing A Sign That Says "Mom’s Underwear Is Not A Present For Guests"





#28 Shame On You





#29 “I Just Had To Explore That Noise In The Bushes At 3am, I Only Wanted To Play But Mr. Skunk Was Not Having It"





#30 Let’s Not Forget About The Other Sketchy Character Living In Our House





#31 Bovine Business Calls





#32 Stealth Licker





#33 Had A Bit Of A Scare Yesterday When I Got Home. There’s Never A Dull Moment With These Two, I Swear





#34 What You Snackin’ On, Willis?





#35 I Ate Alexa And I’d Do It Again I Tells Ya





#36 Then I Run Into My Cat Cave And Hide





#37 Taste-Test Concludes: February Least Filling





#38 I’ve Been Told This Belongs Here, And I’m Inclined To Agree





#39 Candy (Left) And Casper (Right). Casper Is Pretty Stupid. Picture Says It All





#40 Apparently Puzzles Are A Delicious


40 Hilarious Pets That Got Shamed Publicly For Being Naughty 40 Hilarious Pets That Got Shamed Publicly For Being Naughty Reviewed by Tim on June 17, 2020 Rating: 5

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