6.13.2012

I am going to kill my dog

Seriously.
That's it.
That's all I got.

108 comments:

  1. oh no! Maybe that's just his way of giving you an excuse to do a little furniture shopping?!

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  2. Oh wow. He did a number there! I would suggest going to your "Lab" page on your blog, scrolling through those pictures, and taking a few deep breaths LOL.

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  3. OMG! I think I will kill mine as well or just crawl in a corner in the fetal position and cry. :( I am so sorry.

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  5. Oh dear :S
    Pets really know how to test our patience that's for sure.
    Remember, dogs are cute! ;)

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  6. OMG!Shermdawg did this to you?!? I hope you're grounding him for this one.

    xoxo, me

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  7. I guess he soon realized there was no squeeker...

    But for real I would be angry for days!
    I am so sorry!

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  8. Maybe there was a rabbit sitting there.. Remember, he was protecting your safety!!!

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  9. Is Sherm into bath salts?

    Did he think that was someone's face?

    I'm sorry :(

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  10. Omg is kill him too! Rylie ate my diningroom table. I feel your pain. Sorry!

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  11. oh my word! Mr. Sherman!!!! i bet he's not going to be getting many walks in the future. bad dog.

    sorry about your couch :(

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  12. Oh my gosh. Can you cover it with a pillow? A blanket? I totally won't mention it when I come to visit you.

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  13. Ohhh Sherm! What a little shit.

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  14. OMG!!! time for a new couch! (or find a good reupholsterer?)

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  15. Oh man. I've been there before. So sorry!

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  16. SHERMAN do you need asylum?? So sorry! Been there too... years ago our dog (may he rest in peace)ate a huge hole into the wall. Hubby was so freaked out that I'd be so mad that by the time I got home, he already replaced the drywall and was in the process of painting LOL

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  17. oh no!! that is not a good thing... good thing he's so cute?

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  18. Noooooooooooo! Is that a leather couch? I was going to say that Max snacked on our hand-me-down couch, but after my mom reupholstered it (thereby removing the little-boy spills that had soaked in to it, flavoring it) he hasn't touched it. Well, except with his butt.
    But if that's leather.... noooooooooooo! Poor you, and poor Sherman!

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  19. I would be so mad, but excited that I would be furniture shopping!

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  20. Bad Sherman! That really really sucks :(

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  21. oh my gosh! very bad Sherman!

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  22. Ahhh!!! But I agree with Annabelle..this means shopping! :o)

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  23. I hope you put Sherman in a timeout!! I can't believe it!!

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  24. oh.my.gosh!!! that is craZy! I'm not even sure what I would
    do if Salvador ate our couch!

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  25. Oh no!! Does Sherman have separation anxiety? Paris has it but thankfully she doesn't destroy stuff. We just have to keep our bedroom door closed when we leave or she will go pee on our bed, I think she does that to get back at us for leaving.

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  26. ooooh man, bet your dog is hiding right now!

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  27. Oh wow... My cat takes even one scratch at the couch and there are issues. My condolences. I used to work in furniture, and it took me 8 months to pick out the right couch. Hope that your new sofa journey does not take as long as mine, and in the meantime, I hope you can forgive Sherm for being very naughty indeed .

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  28. Oh no!!! Why must they do these things. :( Sherm....no good.

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  29. Uh-Oh!!! Looks like Shermy got hungry!!! Or he was bored! Didn't you say you were taking him somewhere soon and he was acting crazy... I think this beats crazy!! Did he give you the "Mom, I'm not sure what happened? The stuffing just popped out of seam" look?

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  30. Uh ohhhh. That is not good at all.

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  31. This made me so sad! I would kill my dog too.

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  32. Oh Sherman, nooooo! It looked like a giant snausage maybe?!

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  33. Oh man...there are no words!

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  34. are you kiddiiiiing?!?!?!
    i'll help you. whether it's killing the dog or stitching this up, i'll help.

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  35. Oh wow. I'd cry. Then kill him. Then cry some more.

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  36. and I thought that Izabella bringing in poop from outside was bad. Sherman clearly wins. I guess, I owe Izabella a hug and an apology.

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  37. oh. my. word.

    i have no words either. sorry! :(

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  38. and your couch. your poor couch. i feel horrible for it. maybe the couch was talking crap to him. kidding. i guess, trying to make you giggle is not working.

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  39. hahaha too bad :p

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  40. Oh no!!! Sherman, what happened??!

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  41. Oh no! You HAD to have had a doggy break in your home and do that...there's no way precious Sherman did it.

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  42. Oh no!! =/ When our boxer was a puppy, he literally ate a hole in our wall, drywall and everything. It's all a part of living and loving our pets. lol

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  43. Oh no he didn't! Sherman! Hope he makes up for it soon.. it'll be a tough love relationship for a while I am sure!

    Not Exactly What I Planned...

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  44. Oh! Yowza. Wally chewed the corner off our couch a few years ago...but that's small potatoes compared to what Sherman did!

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  45. Nooo, you can't kill Sherman! I'm sure he had your best interest in mind...or what he thought was your best interest.

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  46. yikes....deep breaths....

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  47. OH NO!!! Send him my way if you need a break.
    and remember,
    inhale... exhale... inhale... exhale.

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  48. Dang! He really got into it!

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  49. oooohhhh SHERMAN your in biiiiig trouble mister. you better start looking for a foster family, ASAP like yesterday!

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  50. Ut oh. Bad Sherman! ...but I bet your mommy still loves you lots :)

    Luckily, Steven and I don't own a couch (yet) meaning one less thing for Huck to chew on. LOL

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  51. Oh No - Bad Sherman Bad!! Yikes!!

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  52. Oh. My. Heavens. I would have died! :( I'm sorry!

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  53. I FEEL you. Mine does this. She now has a special couch. HOLES ALL IN IT. She isn't allowed on "my couch" and knows it.

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  54. Yikes! This looks like our carpet two months ago.... I know the feeling girl. Hopefully it's fixable!

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  55. Hmm. Well. That's no good. I'm sure he's very sorry. Go easy on him!

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  56. OH MY! I would freak out too!! :(

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  57. thankyou for this dose of puppy adoption control

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  58. Don't hate me. This made me smile. Mainly because I know Sherman is soaking in a metaphorical bath of guilt right now. And I imagine he looks really cute doing so.

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  59. Oh. my. goodness. gracious.

    *DOOM music swells in background*
    *shutters frantically opening and closing*
    *doors mysteriously SLAM shut*
    *eyes roll up to reveal milky white backs as a clouds roll in overhead and thunder cracks*

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  60. Whoa, dude. That must be one evil dog.

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  61. Nooooo!!!!!! Don't kill Sherman! It wasn't him.

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  62. omgod. SHERMAN!!!!!! nooooooo!!!!

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  63. Oh noooooooo. Sherm....

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  64. Run Sherman Run!!!!

    Did he do it while you all were away? We let Sammy roam free, kennel less, all the time and he did great at first. But after we moved into another apartment, he started to get in the open trashcan in the bathroom, chew on our shoes, etc when we were gone.

    He never did chew on the furniture though....

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  65. One word: CRATE

    I never trust a dog alone at home, and because I don't want to be driven to murder, we crate trained. Saves the dog's life and the owner's furniture.

    I feel bad for you. This is a big bummer.
    ~FringeGirl

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  66. Oh my, this really sucks!

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  67. OH MYYYYYYYYYYY. I'd die =/

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  68. Oh no!!!!! :( I'm so, so sorry! I've been there before, but with a stair tread instead of sofa. Worst feeling ever.

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  69. Oh my! But then you look at the previous post, and you go all mush!

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  70. Oh no.. I'm sorry :( x

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  71. Bad Sherman! Did you ask him why!??!? WHY would he eat your couch!? Not like he would answer but I like to ask my dog why when she eats my stuff, although come to think of it she only eats my dirty undies - which is TMI so there you have it.
    xx
    justyn

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  72. Oh no. That sucks SO much. It's like when our cat peed on one of my favorite shirts... but worse. So much worse.

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  73. OMG been there!!! I feel your pain, sister. When Chase was a puppy--lord help us. He ate EVERYTHING-Both our couch and loveseat, my brand-spankin new winter coat, my bras, our shoes….you name it, he ate it. Now he is medicated bc he cannot handle being alone.
    Sorry you had to experience this...ugh.I know this sucks…but trust me, you’ll forgive that cute pain in the a$$ sooner than you think!

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  74. Oh my! Not a fun thing to come home to! How old is Sherman again? We went through a chewing phase with our dog. We came home one day to torn couch pillows and every single DVD and book on our giant bookshelf completely distroyed. This was in college so it included our text books, which we didn't have money to replace! And wouldn't you believe that the only book she didn't even touch was from my great-grandmother, a collection of Edgar Allan Poe poems dated 1926! I wanted to kill her and kiss her all at the same time! I hope your chewing phase is over very soon. :-/

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  75. Oh no!! I'm trying hard not to laugh, one because I've been so there. Our little jackrussel tatto destroyed my husband's favorite rocking chair that he'd had from his granfather. boy was he so upset. I had to try and save Tattoo from being kicked out (not really). Oh Sherman, i hope you found a really good hiding spot and stay there for awhile.
    I hope you're having a wonderful day!

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  76. Oh man. As one of my kids at school used to say, "It sucks to be you". Good luck with that!

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  77. Oh, my my my. And I thought my dog rolling up every carpet we have, and dragging his bed to the door (as if he's planning on moving out) while we're gone was bad. I feel so bad for ya :(

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  78. Wow, I'm not sure what to say about this...I'm so sorry and good luck not losing it on that pup.

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  79. Uh oh! I would kill Roxy too if she did that to our couch.

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  80. Why does this feel like deja-vu? Oh right, because this EXACT same thing happened to us last year!! I swear girl, we're like the same person in parallel universes! Weird. Here's the pictures from our couch massacre:

    http://marcieandmatt.blogspot.com/2011/04/sometimes-all-it-takes-is-look-back.html

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  81. Holy Hell. OH MY GOSH! Wow, ha! I'm sorry!!

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  82. oh god. no. no no! so sorry!!! that's ridiculous!

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  83. No freaking WAY!!!! Oh my gosh, I would be SO mad! I'm so mad for you already, and it's not even my couch. WOW.

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  84. I think I would kill him, too.

    Or thank him for giving the husband a reason to buy a new sofa.

    Whichever.

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  85. OOOOOOhhh MMMyyyy GGOOOssshh. I'm sorry. That sucks a lot. We were just looking at puppies to adopt tonight and now I'm thinking twice. Maybe thrice.

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  86. Sherman I think you NEED to come visit Charis until this ummmmmm crisis passes!!!!

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  87. Oh no! What a naughty dog! :O

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  89. It was me!!! IT WAS MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

    bahahahahaa

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  90. I really just wanted to be the 101 person to comment. And to say, please don't kill your dog.

    Sorry about your couch :(

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  91. Go on the run Sherman and hire a good lawyer.

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  92. Bahahaha! That's horrible! My dog does that to her puppy beds and it makes em soo mad.

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  93. Awe I'm sorry! My favorite comment was 'wow he really did a number there' hahahaha. Understatement.

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  94. I'm pretending you did not just threaten to kill my damn dog.

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  95. oh my!! I would die. I'm sorry, that is seriously the worst :(


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  96. if my husband were to explain to me why we will pretty much never get a dog, this would be the picture to explain it. OH my gosh..... what a butt!!!!!

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