6.24.2012

baby gated

You eat our couch ...
you get baby gated.

67 comments:

  1. bahahaha- I know exactly what you mean! My pups have destroyed about everything in our house :)

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  2. Ahhhh!!! I remember those days! I can only imagine what the dog is thinking!!

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  3. Poor Sherm! Fletch looks like that when we baby gate him out of the bathroom... It'll be ok buddy ;)

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  4. Luckily my dog isn't smart enough to realise that chewing furniture is even possible... even the vet called him him slow...
    your dog is simply gorgeous though!

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  5. Haha. Love it! When I was little, my parents had to baby proof all of their drawers because their German Shorthaired Pointers would break in and steal all of the bread products.

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  6. Oh no, poor Sherm :(
    You gotta do what you gotta do though!

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  7. Aw Sherman! Hopefully he'll learn!

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  8. Ah Sherman. You are sooooo cute. No eating couches. :(

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  9. HA HA HA HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA roflmfao... I am literally laughing... BECAUSE I ATE THE COUCH!!!!!!

    Now let my friend out!

    lol xoxo

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  10. love that, funny funny!! he sure looks sorry though :)

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  11. SOOO CUTE!!! but that is so funny!!!

    look at those eyes..he's like MOM PLEASE LET ME OUT!!! :)

    Have a great sunday!

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  12. Oh man. And this is why, at nearly 3 years old, my dog is still in a crate. He eats everything if we try and leave him out.

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  13. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA look at that face!

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  14. LOL! Love the photos! He looks very sorry for himself :) xx

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  15. Aw! Poor sweet Sherman!!! How could you! =P At least he can get his nose and paws under it, so he is partly in the same room as you... hahaha

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  16. I need one of those to keep me out of trouble.

    *for real.

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  17. He had it coming. For reals.

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  18. Also, I think I should share the anti-stress secret that I learned from my mom. We came home weeks after getting a new puppy and in her anguish over us leaving for a few hours, the dog had completely chewed off the wood panels around the windows and the crown molding. Um, what?!

    My mom sighed, gave the dog a "spanking" and then poured herself a big glass of Diet Coke. Nothing heals the female soul more than an ice-cold Diet Coke. Yum! Add a lime for extra flavor and then cue up a great movie!

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  19. Ruined couch or not, he's still adorable! Ha ha. I feel your pain though!

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  20. Haha! This is cracking me up! Did I ever tell you about the time I came home to find that my 7 pound dog had dug a hole in the apartment bathroom (through the linoleum and the subfloor). Oh and that we weren't allowed to have dogs in the apt. OOOPPPPSSS!!!
    xo

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  21. oh shoot! ...his face is priceless.. like "what did I do? , I'm sorrrrry!"

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  22. Oh, sad face Sherman!! Baby gates are lifesavers, though, that's for sure! Kennels, too- I've totally done the "Mommy CANNOT see your face for a little while" thing!

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  23. Poor Sherm but he brought it on himself.

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  24. Oh, this really actually made my day - thank you!

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  25. Aww, he look so pitiful! haha. That's heartbreaking! Although, he definitely deserved it!!

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  26. aww how cute is he?! we just installed 2 baby gates...i somehow convinced the hubby we needed the expensive walk-through kind. luckily i was there to intervene when he was about to install them, directions with no words and only pictures = him almost drilling the gates INTO OUR WALLS. (which was not necessary). :)

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  27. Oh no! Sherm's in jail!

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  28. Haha. Take that Sherm...but can you really say no to that cute face?

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  29. Ohhh no. Poor sherm. =(

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  30. omg just don't look into those big sad brown eyes! Major danger of giving in lol

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  31. While I feel that it is inappropriate to say "poor Sherman", he does look really pathetic here. That dog has a talent for acting sad.

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  32. HAHA this is way too funny! Thankfully my dog doesn't eat anything!

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  33. OMG, so funny! (not that Sherman ate your couch). But that look on his sad face is priceless!!
    ♥ Kyna

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  34. the cauuuutest picture! such a beautiful dog!

    http://le-blondeguruu.blogspot.com/
    Xo; Amanda

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  35. seems fair... although that does look like a lot of remorse in those eyes!
    xx
    Here&Now

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  36. haha these pictures are too much. What a cutie!
    Nicole

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  37. Again!? Oh no, lol!
    Hahah just wait until he works out how to do the limbo underneath. :P

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  38. Awwwwww poor puppy!!!!

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  39. Ahhh SHERMAN! Poor couch!

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  40. Haha I love these pics. Bronxy has been baby gated from an early age. He's never (knock on wood) really destroyed anything but he has been known to leave little presents around if he's not fenced in... :)

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  41. Awww...poor babe. Gotta pay the piper though! Nothing inhumane about it - some puppies just need more limits when we're gone. Helps them feel safer. Hope your weekend was fabulous Tiff!

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  42. Hahaha!! That second picture is just priceless! So funny, but so necessary! Couch eating Sherman! Hehe

    xo Kayla

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  43. hahahha. I love this. Sherman looks so sad and disappointed in himself. Maybe he will learn his lesson now!

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  44. Oh this is all too familiar! Our dogs hate the baby gates. They have ate through the wall trying to get out! Its crates for these dogs now when we can't supervise them. Thankfully they haven't tried tasting the couch yet, I can only imagine how you felt!

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  45. I seriously LOL'd reading that. HAHAHA! Poor puppy... xoxo A-

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  46. Oh yes, the baby gate. We used those in our old apartment, but now that we own a row house they are rendered useless other than to keep the dog out of the cat box and eating the cat's poo. (I'm sure you totally wanted to know that).

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  47. I am dying right now - too freaking cute. He just thought you wanted a new couch.

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  48. haah! oh my goodness!

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  49. Aw, poor Sherm in the dog house!

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  50. And yet, he is still beautiful. Hate that he eats your couch though! Boo.
    xoxo,
    Sierra
    Oh, Just Living the Dream

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  51. Awwwww!!!! hahaha...poor sherman!!!!

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  52. Poor Sherman! I feel ya though I have 2 baby gates in my house for my 4 legged babies!

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  53. Oh Sherm...I hope you are learning your lesson!

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  54. We invested in a baby gate within the first week we moved into our new house...our pup figured out that going upstairs to "do her business" was a great idea since no one would see her and she wouldn't get in trouble. Had to put an end to that with a quickness!

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  55. Haha this is too cute! He looks so sorry for himself.

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  56. Oh my gosh, this picture is too cute for words. His face is just so sad! I love that you baby gated him!! Too funny!

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