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Pet shaming: your photos

Last updated 09:40 23/10/2014
Stuff Nation: Pet shaming
Tanya Surrey

DINE IN: When Jimmy saw the opportunity for a second helping of breakfast, he took it.

Did you do this?
Lucia Rodriguez Zoom
Left Joey alone for about 25 minutes while we went to the supermarket. We normally take the rubbish bin out when he is left home alone but we were only gone 25 minutes! And he still tried to deny it!
Lynne O'Malley
SINGLE MINDED: Aela the flat-coated retriever has one mission in life - eating anything that could loosely be descibed as edible. Lynne O'Malley says even baby locks on drawers and cupboards can't stop her.

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Pets are like family members. And just as bad kids get sent to the naughty corner, our pets should be taught a lesson when they act up.

Dog Shaming in the US has seen many a petulant pup publicly outed for bad behaviour and we'd like to get this trend going here in NZ. It's not just dogs either, cats are often the culprit of mischievous acts.

It's time to name and shame these animal anarchists.

Maybe your schnauzer loves to gnaw on your shoes? Perhaps your kitten has been clawing the couch?

If your pet is a regular offender, or has been caught on camera in a compromising position, send us the evidence by hitting the green 'contribute' button. Don't forget to include the story behind the photo.


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