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Pet shaming: Rosie's really sorry

TRINA COX
Last updated 05:00 30/11/2013
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DIDN'T MEAN IT: Rosie tries to make amends for recently past transgressions.
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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This is the only time 9-month-old Rosie has done this, and it just happened to be about half an hour after she had left a rather unpleasant deposit on the floor.

With this little face we could only laugh and take a photo of the grand occasion.

Rosie truly seemed to say "I'm sorry".

We're looking for New Zealand's naughtiest pets in our pet shaming assignment. Find out how to send your photo or video by clicking the big green button.


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