(Closed) What's the most HORRENDOUS thing your pet has done lately?

posted 7 years ago in Pets
Post # 31
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2013 - Upstate NY

Two words: used tampons.

Post # 32
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2013 - A court...

He licks my other dogs pee as soon as it hits the grass lol. I don’t get why he does it since he makes the mR. yuk face while doing it. Also he’s peed on her quite a few times. 

Post # 33
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2013 - Upstate NY

oh, also: nest of baby bunnies  

Post # 34
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

I was folding laundry on the bed…my dog had no room to lay on the comforter so she went and laid on my pillow. Then pissed all over it. 

Post # 35
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

Ewww!

My boy got in the trash and ate some BEYOND expired food that had been in the refrigerator for way too long. He ended up looking like he was drunk and we had to take him in to the vet to induce vomiting in case he ate anything that he couldn’t pass…since the day before he did this he ate some trash and swallowed a pair of nitrile gloves…ugh.

My girl stuck her head in the bathroom trash when there was nothing in there but a tampon applicator…she took the applicator out of the wrapper, brought it to the living room (of my best guy friend’s house) and licked it clean and left it hidden under the couch. She is not a tiny dog at all so I don’t know how she managed to hide it under the couch.

Post # 36
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

Our dog seeks out used condoms in the trash and eats them. We didn’t know the first time until we saw it in her poop, because it looked a bit different than normal, as you can imagine.

This has happened at least three times that I can remember. We always wrap them up nicely in toilet paper before throwing them out, too…then later we see her licking her lips profusely and there is the same wad of toilet paper on the ground.

 

Absolutely. Disgusting. The worst part is, out of all the the things she could get into, she always seeks out the condoms. We moved the wastebasket onto the counter to prevent her from getting into them (she’s a smaller dog) and she actually climbs onto the toilet and then uses the toilet to climb onto the counter. We try to see the humor in it and joke about her just wanting to be closer to us, but it’s hard not to be repulsed when you see a used condom mixed in with her poop.

Post # 37
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

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ChicoryCreek:  This wasn’t really the dogs fault, but it was awful so I’ll share anyways. We gave our lab some wet dog food on her birthday last week. It was a super high quality, high performance natural kind of food. But her system isn’t used to it…

So when I came home from work the next day, she had pooped ALL OVER her kennel! D:

Obviously I had to clean it up. I used this enzyme pet cleaner that usually works excellent, but it wasn’t that effective on the kennel pad. I tried to wash in in our downstairs bathroom and set it to dry there, but all it did was make the basement smell like something had DIED. 

We eventually got it clean on the washing machine, but then we had to clean the machine too! 

Post # 38
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

As I walked barefoot down the steps this morning I stepped in a pile of cat puke. Squishy between my toes. excellent.

Post # 39
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

My dogs are pretty good…except around strangers they get kinda crazy for 5 min or so…

One of my dogs just found out he can tip the trashcan over in the kitchen and get lots of yummy scraps.  If we walk out of the house even for just a second…even just to get something from the garage…over it goes!  HE KNOWS ITS WRONG and he does it anyway!  When we walk in….he RUNS to his kennel and has the most terrified look on his face, but it continues…

Ornery little guy doesn’t care about the punishment…that’s how much he likes the trash scraps!  They must be worth it!

Post # 40
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2014

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ChicoryCreek:  Brought the rabbit he had killed into the living room and dropped in on the floor. YUCK.

Post # 41
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL

During a walk with my husband our dog jumped up on a concrete fence and fell off onto his ear. Since then our poor pup has been shaking his head and holding his ear funny. 🙁

Post # 42
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: January 2000

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ChicoryCreek:  The Frenchies snarf down their own poo and the poo of others as though it’s candy. They are ocmpletely, totally, disgusting.

My English bulldog won’t touch the stuff. He’s probalby eat cat poo, though–most dogs love it.

Post # 43
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Bumble bee

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ChicoryCreek:  My Fiance and I have been battling carpenter bees around our deck. They are those huge round bees, and they are SUPER aggressive/ annoying. Luckily most won’t sting unless you really bother them. Well a few days ago, my dog managed to find their nest in the ground and proceeded to pee all over it! The most carpenter bees that I’ve ever seen at once came out and surrounded him! I surely thought that he would get stung, but somehow he didn’t. It just scared the crap out of me…and was gross! Needless to say, my Fiance hot rid of them. I’m not sure if it was the Home Depot stuff, or my dog’s pee, but there are way less now!

Post # 44
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

Oh my god, this thread made me laugh (and gag) so hard. Fiance and I really want a dog at some stage, but all of your stories remind me of how different cats and dogs are.

Anyway our cat, Daisy, is generally pretty well-behaved and smart about not eating bad things or endangering herself. 

One exception was when she inadvertantly set herself on fire a couple of years ago…I had candles burning on my bedside table, she hopped up and the next thing I knew, her left flank was getting singed. Thankfully she’s super fluffy and I reacted quickly, and she wasn’t actually hurt. Just had an unattractive patch on her side for a while…

More recently – and this was entirely not her fault – she’s been a bit sick after reacting badly to a vaccination and other drugs. She had diarrhea for about a week, and also an allergic reaction on her bottom so I had put the cone of shame on her. Because she couldn’t lick after going to the toilet, she decided the next best thing would be to drag her poopy butt across the top of my suitcase…needless to say I’m now in the market for a new carry-on.

Post # 45
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

My childhood dog (died last Christmas at the old age of 18) was a sweetheart but she had a thing against rabbits. 

One of my favorite stories of her is when my mom had just started gardening in our backyard, and we had a huge rhubarb patch.  She went out to collect some for a pie, and suddenly my dad and I heard her scream bloodly murder, so we ran out. Apparently, she had found the back half of a rabbit just half buried in the rhubarb. A week later, she found the top half. The dog was carrying it around the yard, half burying it, then unburying it and burying it somewhere else. 

This dog also taught herself to jump onto a barstool so she could sneak from my dad’s coffee. I miss her. 

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