Dogs Who Are Totally Happy They Destroyed Your House

Maybe they just wanted to redecorate…

 

Some dogs trash the house because they have separation anxiety, some really like rolling around in garbage, and some are just jerks!

 

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I Swear a Big Doberman Busted in and Tore Up Da Place

 

 

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113 thoughts on “Dogs Who Are Totally Happy They Destroyed Your House

  1. Haha!! Gotta love them!! My dog did that with a 12 pk of toilet paper. I couldnt see my living room floor!! She came to me with her head hung down in shame. I couldn’t be mad after I saw her face

  2. Happy dog is the one who has exercise, discipline and love. A dog who destroys the house obviously needs exercise a lot of exercise, needs to burn some energy.

  3. Been there, done that. My dog destroyed two metal kennels, not to mention chewed through walls and furniture and everything else. Luckily for me, dad can fix most everything. And yes, I still have Him. Everything is replaceable, but he’s not! He eventually grew out of it, and is now a lazy old man who doesn’t have the energy to destroy the house. He still has his moments, but is mostly content to destroy stuffed animals and play with his toys.

  4. So glad my Nora is fond of shoes, toys, and dryer sheets. And small plastic items she eats, including ibuprofen. We were told she will always need to be watched. Better to put doggies in a kennel and just purchase a new bed from time to time and go to doggie rehab. Good my heart has already been stolen. My toy poodle has always been a saint. Nora has more history in her one year compared to my poodles’s 13 years. Gotta love dogs!

  5. Dogs that are bored or alone do this kind of stuff….crates are good AT TIMES….but you can’t crate a dog all day….and you shouldn’t if you’re gone all the time…maybe some people just shouldn’t have animals.

  6. I hope none of those poor little creatures hurt their teeth or paws on that nasty furniture. They were just trying to tell you the furniture is substandard.

  7. Here my boy with he was under 12 months old, nothing he sees won’t be destroyed. I can’t even come near him as he will jumped on me, now he is 15momths old he is changing to a better dog, but he’s still have his biting mood sometimes , he is responding now what I told him…I love him soo much that I chooses him over my admirer who wants to put him down because of his bad behavior,…

  8. Dogs need exercise. Putting them in the back yard does not count. You have to put the dog on a leash and walk them in an area that is new to them. They need new smells.

  9. Our boy has separation anxiety. Luckily he is not left on his own too much or for long periods. He tends to do one small destructive thing and then waits for us to come home. He is fine in the garden, but refuses to use a kennel, so if it’s cold or raining we crate him inside. I’m more worried about him hurting himself than furniture. He was a rescue, we reckon just abandoned by his previous owners when he got to big, as he was only 8 months when we got him and not fully grown, and was a big dog.

  10. I disgree, and will say there is always a situation of stress to make a dog do this. I have a girl, who came to me as an adult. She was very stressed when she realized I was about to leave. And it could be ok if I wasnt away for too long, but otherwise she would go for anything. I akso have to mails, and they was st ease when left alone. My dogs always gets a special treat when I leave. Anyway, she didnt quiet down after been given some time. I then put her in a cage, and slowly she become more relaxed about me leaving. Now she happily walks into her “room” waiting for her treat. It was too much for her to “control” and there by she stressed out. Ust one example outvof several. I have always taken in rescues and “second hand”, and have some experians when it comes to stress.

  11. I have one of those …. Archie bless I love him to bits and I don’t ever leave him home alone it started with his first family! He really is very adorable indeed!!!!!!!

  12. Furniture is one thing. I once turned around while cooking and my dog ate a whole stick of butter. 1 minute later he was at the door begging to be let out.

  13. your dog needs to be seized if you leave it in the home alone with out putting it in a crate to keep it from hurting it self or chewing on something dangerous

  14. Lol some dogs just love paper products especially toilet paper, phone books etc. Some dogs are just chewers and they get bored (thats my girl Shade), but the ones that chew the couch, wallpaper, bed, etc, it could be separation anxiety. I would suggest a trip to the vet to have them checked out and some heavy duty training. My Rottie Katie (may she rest in peace) ate my whole house when she was like 2 years old. She was mad at me for coming home after work, tKing her for a walk and the leaving to go grocery shopping. She did not understand why she could not go and went on a rampage. Lol. I came home and wS utterly speechless!!

  15. Thank you, Jim, for being an example of the fact that they’ll let anybody have a dog. I don’t play your tough guy shit.

  16. Oh ! I have one of those ‘jerks’…ate a couch and a chair as well as the mattress topper..and he still is my little ‘jerk’ 9 years later..he lives to tell !!

  17. My 6.5 year old, who is normally an angel, got into the trash the other night. This was the day after my routine took me out of the house for two weeks thanks to jury duty. He managed to be good during that time but we had evening plans for a few hours and came home to such a mess. I think It was his way of saying he had enough of this change in routine!

  18. You have to “baby” proof your home. You can’t get angry. They don’t understand why their behavior upsets you. They are not doing this maliciously. If they are left alone for too long, they get lonely and bored. Whatever you leave in a place that is available to them is fair game. Perhaps try pet gates (not closed doors) restricting the dog to the kitchen area, with everything out of reach, including electrical wires. If you’re out of the house for a long time, perhaps a trusted friend could come and take your dog out for a walk to burn up some aggressive energy. If all else fails, I guess a crate would have to be used. Lastly, do you REALLY have the time and patience to exercise your dog at the level required for his breed?

  19. My two have more toys than my children ever did, half an acre of running room but they prefer to eat my carpet and my bed. We just laugh now when we come home to a mess. They are jerks plain and simple, but I love them!

  20. This looks funny and all, but dogs can really hurt themselves if they ingest some of this stuff. These dogs need more responsible owners!

  21. More exercise! A tired dog is a good dog! If you work full time outside the home, do not get a puppy! There are so many older, mellow dogs that need homes, and would be a perfect fit for a person that works long hours.

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