The Bad Dog Blues: Christmas Tree Disaster

There is no way this one can be blamed on the cat…

28 thoughts on “The Bad Dog Blues: Christmas Tree Disaster

  1. Ha ha ha! This brings back memories of the first Christmas we had our first pair of Greyhounds. We called it Christmas Catastrophe. Anything that could go wrong with a tree did, except for it catching on fire. It got caught on Hawk and he pulled it down to start with. Treat and Hawk both met us at the back door looking a lot like that poor dog! Hawk refused to make eye contact with a tree ever again!

  2. Oh no! Some furpal has that very guilty look ๐Ÿ™‚ Opps!

    Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
    Sierra Rose

  3. The poor guy, he looks so guilty and so sorry all at the same time. Mom says she once had a wild and crazy wire-haired fox terrier who took down a 7 foot tree in one pass while on a zoomie run.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

  4. LOL….I can say that because it is not my tree but oh have we had some tree snafus at our house but not with Madi. Our first pet Toto the might mini doxie
    thought the tree was his personal water bowl…finally we said no so many times he went from drinking from it to watering it….yes I caught him several times with his leg in mid air but thankful he was not successful. Milky-Way our first cat was an expert climber. I cannot tell you how many times we came home in the early years to find beady eyes staring at us from half way up. This is Madi’s 8th Christmas…thus far (knocking on wood) she has never shown any interest in doing anything except sitting under it. The first few years I put bell ornaments on the bottom branches. To paraphrase Its a Wonderful Life, every time I heard a bell ring an angel was not getting her wings…
    Madi and Mom

  5. That poor little guy. I feel so bad for him.

    When Tsar and Samba were pups, Rob and I went out for lunch the day before Christmas. When we got home The tree was on the floor across the room from where it had been. It was easy to see they’d grabbed the garland and twirled the tree around. It was also easy to see who the culprits were. They came running up to greet us with pieces of garlend stuck on their faces.

  6. It wasn’t the cat, that’s for sure. But there were evil Romulan squirrels hiding in that tree and I just had to defend myself! I didn’t know that the tree was booby trapped, honestly!

  7. Oh my goodness, I am sure he is sorry. That face says so. But boy, me thinks his mom needs to cut back on his cookies. He looks like he may be getting too many treats on that waistline or lack thereof.

  8. That might be the guiltiest looking doggy I’ve ever seen. I wish I could have a little woof with him. Shar Pei don’t do guilt. It’s very liberating. You know, now that I think of it, maybe that sort of incident is the real reason my mom has a table top tree. Not because of me, but Franklin gets a little excited. Might be a good idea this year.

    lotsa licks, Lola

  9. Hello. We have not been properly introduced. My name is Foley Monster. PC. (Paws Council) I am representing your pet dog in this tree tipping matter. This tree obviously tipped from improper decoration. I am asking you to please remove this posting or face serious legal action. Frankly, I blame the cat.

  10. The poor doggie! It makes me want to just hug him because he looks so guilty and sorry about what happened! That did happen to me a very long time ago but it really was the cats fault!

  11. The dog doesn’t look guilty to me, s/he looks afraid to go into the room where the tree is! I’m sure when it fell it scared the tar out of her…

  12. Awww…………he knows he did wrong….and he is appologizing BIG TIME with his little body-language!! I hope you reminded him shortly afterwards, as to how much you LOVE him!!! ๐Ÿ™

  13. That is too pathetic. By the end of the video, I want to call the RSPCA to arrest the videographer. That face deflects blame better than Wonder Woman’s bracelets deflect bullets.

  14. That’s the look Teddy gets when I catch him chewing up tissues he stole out of the garbage can. It’s hard to scold them when they look so guilty, and especially when you’re laughing.

    I bet it was the cat. Cats can do a lot of damage to a house. Never the dog!

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