Honestly, even when it is your dog, and your lasagna, the pictures are kind of fun. After all, you’re (hopefully) not getting the lasagna back. And there’s no point crying over stolen lasagna, so you might as well laugh, and get a cute pet picture out of it.
I don’t think Duke ever really feels any shame when he steals. He seems to be more of the “I regret nothing, and it was delicious!” school of thought. At least he’s cute.
This particular incident was a few months ago. Lasagna is a big deal at our house. I don’t make it very often. It’s fairly time consuming, and it makes so much that we usually only have it when someone is coming over. It’s also one of those foods that always seem to taste even better the next day, so leftover lasagna is highly anticipated. We had well over two thirds of the pan left, so we wrapped it up with aluminum foil and left it sitting on the stove, and went outside for about two minutes to wave goodbye to our friend.
When we came back inside, Duke had his face firmly planted in the pan, and was just finishing the last few bites. I have no idea how he managed to eat that much that lasagna that fast, but he did. Fortunately, he didn’t get sick from it, and we’ve learned that you never leave lasagna unattended for even a moment.
So what about you? Do you take dog shaming pictures when your dog is bad? Have you lost anything tasty to a fur kid lately?