What acts of delunquency has your dog performed today?

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Georgianpup has eaten part of an electrical item and broken it. He's also peed all over the carpet, having had ample opportunity to pee in the garden.

Your turn.

I have no idea what delunquency might be. Sorry. I meant, 'delinquency'.

Oh dear is it a well used piece of equipment?

My puppy laddered my opaque tights this morning on my way out the kitchen! I had a spare in my bag which I changed into by the front door - going to get expensive unless I come up with an alternative way of getting out the house on work days!

CEvert Mon 07-Oct-13 13:47:59

Little pup had a poo and then decided to climb on me to wipe his botty.

cansleepanywhere Mon 07-Oct-13 15:47:22

Chewed the rug, nicked one of my son's socks, pooed next to the kid's slide instead of in her 'toilet' area, licked tonight's chicken............. And the day is far from over!

Ha ha - I knew you'd all make me feel better. CEvert, ours used to jump in his poo then finger paint my trousers, so you have my full sympathy. The item he chewed was a tablet charger. Luckily for him, it was not plugged in.

ChoudeBruxelles Mon 07-Oct-13 19:50:12

Eaten a tennis ball. He does that quite regularly though

cansleepanywhere ours has assumed the rôle of Laundry Enforcer and frequently steals socks and pants.

MrsMcEnroe Mon 07-Oct-13 19:54:07

One of my labradors is only 16 months old and today she stole a whole cucumber, still in its plastic wrapper, from the kitchen worktop and ate the whole lot (including the wrapper).

Then she took a bone out into the garden and buried it. In three different locations. In the lawn.

This is pretty tame for her though. She has been known to eat a whole box of raw eggs, including the box. Last week she chewed through all the TV cables including the Sky cable. She has also destroyed a Nintendo DS, a Kindle, and two expensive pairs of spectacles. She is a bugger and I love her to bits.

lougle Mon 07-Oct-13 19:57:31

Patch curled up next to me so closely that I couldn't breathe. It was due to the fact that I had lasagne. When I pushed him away, he stood up, then 'collapsed' next to me once more. I tried to push him away again, so he stubbornly ignored me, knowing I only had one hand available. On the fourth attempt, he finally moved an inch.

Created mayhem with my mums old cat. She is old with arthiritis and got her claw stuck in the fluffy rug. He always wags hopefully at her but stays a respectful distance but today her mistook her struggle to free herself as an invitation to finally play!

My mum got twanged by the cat during her efforts to free the cantankerous cat whilst the crazy mutt bounced all over the place overjoyed that the cat finally wanted to play!

SnakeyMcBadass Mon 07-Oct-13 20:33:57

My sneaky pup has got out of being castrated tomorrow by having bloody diarrhea in the middle of the kitchen floor. While we were eating.

Everincreasingirth Mon 07-Oct-13 20:35:21

See my thread on ' have I offended this Muslim family' ... Enough said

Love how MrsMcEnroe's lab just appears to be following the Rule Book for Mad Labs. grin

Today Berthadog has eaten one of DDs trainers. That makes three pairs of shoes in the last month or so. She is sneaky and gets in the shoe room while we're distracted.

She is also insisting on eating acorns which are making her sick. The only good thing about this is that it's a very good reason to stop the DDs bringing random acorns into the houses and abandoning them in strange places. We are now officially an acorn free house.

Grotbagstwin Mon 07-Oct-13 21:34:57

Today grotdog chewed through the car seatbelt, in the last month he opened a kitchen cupboard and ate half a bag of flour including 90% of the bag, ate a packet of butter and its wrapper a few loaves of bread, climbed onto the worktop and ate a cupcake stands worth of fully iced cupcakes including the paper...yes my dog can get onto the worktop and into the cupboards nothing is safe, I even caught him attempting to open the oven earlier.
He is a collie x lab

daftyburd Mon 07-Oct-13 21:38:02

He got into the cupboard that houses the cat litter box. He then ate cat shit and spread cat litter all round the hall.
He ran round and round the living room with The Gruffalo in his mouth so DD would chase him.

daftyburd Mon 07-Oct-13 21:40:48

Grotbagstwin our old dog is collie x lab. At 13 years old she can still get onto the dining room table and worktops. My mum would love to have her DNA tested. She swears there is goat in there somewhere. Just thought I should put that out there.

mignonette Mon 07-Oct-13 21:42:58

He left a skid mark on my cream cord Pouffe.

Grotbagstwin Mon 07-Oct-13 21:44:44

Daftybud......my dog is 3, no chance of him calming down then wink

poppy77 Mon 07-Oct-13 21:45:43

Today was a good day for the crazy lab cross rescue pup (because she wasn't here most of the day) - just a wee on the floor, despite the fact that the patio door was open, I can only presume it was a protest at us daring to leave her with the dog sitter.

(But I'm still annoyed about the nice loaf of bread she took a chunk out of on Friday and the box of crackers she snaffled last night.)

Awks Mon 07-Oct-13 21:49:14

Waited till i was on a business call then went out into the garden and brought the biggest clod of soil ever in and played with it as if it was a football as I was on the phone trying to silently end the game . Carpet's bleedin filthy now

topbannana Mon 07-Oct-13 22:28:43

Best behaviour today after disappearing for forty, yes forty minutes in a maize field after rabbits yesterday <git>
Teenagehood is hitting hard in the Bananna house hmm

MrsMcEnroe Mon 07-Oct-13 22:47:14

I am so relieved that my dog is not the only disgustingly behaved animal out there grin

MacaYoniandCheese Mon 07-Oct-13 22:50:45

Snuggled up to me while I was reading and evacuated her anal glands on my shirt. I win!

cansleepanywhere Tue 08-Oct-13 10:01:03

Last night at dog training (in a class we clearly shouldn't be in anymore!) puppy earned the title 'hooligan'. Had to be put on a long line for the duration blush. She also chased a litter collector in the park - bin bags are far too tempting, stole my son's dummy from his mouth for the umpteenth time and snuck downstairs to chew the rug some more. She's now crashed out on the remains of the rug plotting her next move.

IAmNotAMindReader Tue 08-Oct-13 13:41:57

Mine decided my cardigan would look much nicer on him and proceeded to try to take me out of it. He has been found with my jumpers, dressing gowns etc. rolled around him while he gently nibbles a sleeve.

Love the cross-dressing dog. I am imagining a greyhound.

MrsMcEnroe Tue 08-Oct-13 19:47:40

Oh MacaYoniandCheese shock <shudder>

MacaYoniandCheese Wed 09-Oct-13 03:00:07

Gross, right? I couldn't figure out why the smell was following me around the house. Until I realized it was ME! Ew.

chimchiminee Wed 09-Oct-13 03:28:43

Ate vomit in the park envy

IAmNotAMindReader Thu 10-Oct-13 13:18:44

GeorgianMumto5 He's an Irish Setter who specialises in looking a lot thicker than he actually is.

topbannana Thu 10-Oct-13 16:34:42

DS is practising his oboe downstairs and GingerDog is howling along with him, much to DS's annoyance grin
At the moment he is working on the Harry Potter theme tune complete with canine accompaniment, I can hardly breathe for laughing grin

Buglugs Thu 10-Oct-13 16:43:57

Every day he nicks things out of the bin. I need to get a dog proof bin.

mrslaughan Thu 10-Oct-13 18:21:44

Giant teenage pup, just took a bite out of Ds fish finger..... Cheeky sod....

EvenBetter Thu 10-Oct-13 22:29:57

Ahhhh I can't wait to get our puppy from the pound this weekend reading all this! (A labrador Pointer cross)
Our elderly girl died last month and I soooo miss these hilarious/vomitworthy occurances!

My mums puppy, the night before she was neutered and therefore meant to be nil-by-mouth ate: a scarf, packaging from toilet block things and a passport . Standard.

Topbanana, I love your dog!

Managed to chew through a shoelace, a swimming float and a roll of duck tape. Teething puppies have no discrimination it seems.....

mrsjay Fri 11-Oct-13 11:16:33

he likes to help unload the washing machine and ran around the house throwing my bra in the air then burying said bra in his bed . he then went into the bathroom when dd was brushing her teeth whinged and wailed then pulled her headphones out her ear shock he hates being ignored all this before 8 am, he is zeedding now

omletta England Fri 11-Oct-13 12:30:52

Brown dog has just escaped, again, from the garden and been for a dip in a neighbours pond.

We'd just can't figure out how he does it, if the fences get any taller we will need planning permission.

ilovexmastime Fri 11-Oct-13 12:33:36

new dog has pooed in the house 3 times this morning... despite being let out for a wee 3 times! Why?????

Booboostoo Sat 12-Oct-13 11:39:26

Mine brought a headless rabbit onto the sofa and then spread the entrails all around...I'm waiting for the head to appear later on today.

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