Who’s a good boy? Not these guys. From paper towel hunters to brownie bandits to couch crashers, these pups were caught in the act.
Yes, Honey killed the sponge. No, it is not scientifically possible to be angry at those big puppy eyes.
Instead of confessing to stealing food, Smokey decided to hide in the bag. Points for trying, Smokey.
Common puppy mistake: Leaving a literal trail of evidence right back to the scene of the crime.
Benji does not regret the essays he has eaten, but those he did not eat.
We’d love to believe you didn’t eat that brownie, buddy, but the evidence is overwhelming.
If you were hoping that face would get you out of trouble, Manny, well … it’s totally working.
Hero learned the hard way that nothing is private in the age of social media. #dogshamed
Chuppy has an ongoing battle with the comforter. Chuppy never loses.
According to Izzy, she was just making sure that the cheese board had a well-balanced selection.
In Molly’s defense, no one ever told her not to cover the living room in fireplace coals.
This is Cooper’s attempt at a “It wasn’t me” face. Obviously, he has work to do.
This is why we can’t have nice things, Sparkle.
Anything you want to tell us, Teddy? No? OK, buddy, we’ll wait.
Poor Otto can’t even bear to look at what he did.
Eddie is becoming accustomed to the sound of the slow clap.
“Pay no attention to the yogurt all over my face. I was sitting right here the whole time—ask the crab.”
Someone feels very, very bad about being caught on the couch. And someone doesn’t.
Oakley couldn’t wait to show mom what a good job he did with the trashcan.
Here’s the thing, Rhapsody—when you chew up one and lose the other, the whole “bringing my slippers” thing kind of loses its charm.
Sometimes, you just have to own it.
Been there, Emmie. Right there.
Technically, Dyson won the pillow fight.
Brix doesn’t always eat the mail. But when he does, it’s impossibly cute.
Now that the sombrero threat has been neutralized, Corona can rest easy.
Monica Weymouth is a writer, editor and certified Weird Animal Lady. She lives in Philadelphia with her two rescued Shih Tzus.