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Pet Owners Retaliate By 'Dogshaming'

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Has your dog ever done something to make you mad? Like, really mad? So mad you wish you could retaliate?

Now you can. Enter the new trend of dogshaming. If only your pup could navigate the internet . . . read . . . and understand the concept of public humiliation -- you'd so get back at Bailey or Bella for eating your underwear and knocking over your favorite plant. 

Dogshaming is exactly what it sounds like: shaming your dog. How do you do it? By detailing your pup's bad behavior on a piece of paper, and snapping a picture of him or her next to the note of admission.

A new dogshaming Tumblr site has been flooded with entries -- and here are a few of our favorites:





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