Guilty as charged — a doggie confession

Guilty dog By Revia Romberg

Dogs are truly talented friends. They’re ecstatic to see us when we walk in the door, and they can make us smile, no matter what kind of day we’ve had.

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Which can make it really hard to be angry with them when they’ve transgressed — after they’ve destroyed a favorite pair of shoes or unstuffed an important pillow. In this video, a dog at first denies any guilt, but then breaks under questioning. Play the video


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