The infamous phrase “when bad things happen to good people” has now become “when bad dogs happen to good people.” A craze that has swept the nation over the last few years called “Dog Shaming” involves publicly humiliating your dog after they have behaved badly.
Oasis hears from clients new and old after their canines have participated in some dirty deeds. Here are some of our favorite outdoor dog shaming photos—judge at your own risk:
At least the yard will be more colorful.
He seems really apologetic. Forgive him.
Because fresh grass tastes so much better than old grass.
Don’t we all?
Someone teach this poor pug how to work iMaps.
That’s one expensive rock.
Is that a dog or an ostrich?
That seems more impressive than anything.
Well… yeah that one’s gross.
Such a lovely shade of green.
He wanted to help Oasis relandscape.
Your own personal weed whacker.
He just wanted to air out the smell.