5 Facepalm Situations that every dog owner has went through

08 Jun 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News


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If life gives you lemons, just make lemonade. Don’t make a fuss about it. Similarly, we know that your dog sometimes put you in embarrassing situations, but accept it that at times all you could do is laugh, facepalm on the situation and adore your pet even more. Here are our top 5 facepalm situations that you must have faced.


1. Poop

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Don’t you just go “uurrghhh” in a situation when you used the last dog poop bag a while ago and your pooch suddenly thinks that now is the best time to poop again? All you could do is laugh and find a big leaf to remove the poop from the ground.


2. Impulsive barker


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Your dog might bark at random things like a true maniac. At some odd hours, youll hear him howling like mad and when you come out running to see what it was, it could just turn out to be a dirty towel. Well, it’s safe to say that he is not the most dependable watch dog.


3. The unashamed sniffer


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Everyone knows that dogs have stronger senses than us humans. Their sense of smell is highly developed and sometimes leads to embarrassing situations. Nothing is more inappropriate than your dog sniffing crotches. *Facepalm*


4. The interior buster

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Just when you thought your dog has his manners on point, he decides to pee on the newest rug that you just bought after a search of 6 months. Facepalm and move on!


5. The farter


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An evening dinner suddenly smells like sulfur. Guess who just farted. You look at your dog, he is all puppy dog eyes and wagging his tail to whoosh away the scent to take over the room. If you blame your dog, your guests will definitely suspect you as a culprit.

No matter how many times your dog puts you in embarrassing situations, but we know it that you love your dog and your dog loves you even more. *Woof*

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