Cute Overload :D
Michelle M. rescued this Bassett-Shar-pei mix, who loves to eat bunny poop.
Michelle uses “Dog Shaming”; it has no effect!
That face is priceless, hahaha!!
To answer the hover-text, coprophagia = sad and a little bit disgusting but that face says pupster doesn’t care what we think.
“Say it loud, I’m coprophragic and I’m proud.” :P
sad if it’s an indicator of malnutrition – gee-ross if it’s just for the heck of it like a certain long-nosed dog who-shall-remain-nameless when she finds deposits left by the feral cat in the neighborhood (*barf*)
He looks rather proud of his accomplishments. When you rescue an animal, you never know just what you’re getting. In my opinion, it’s the only way to fly but yeah, there can be some behavioral problems to overcome (eating bunneh poop seems harmless enough to me though). :)
My dog sometimes likes to eat my bunny’s poop.
laughing so hard, I can barely breathe! The pupper’s face is priceless and your comments are great too, peeps.
I’d love to see what this dog looks like right-side-up: what a great combination of breeds! And bunny poop is nothing compared to cat or, our Vizslas’ fave winter treat, poopsicles (of their own making!)
much better than eating the BUNNY!!
Organic bunny poooop is probably healthier than some of the canned dog foods I’ve had the pleasure of opening up. Twinkees, I need twinkees, and a side of Hostess apple pies.
Judging from the wackadoodle expression on that face, methinks this doggie isn’t feeling shamed at all!
I just smiled and vomited a little in my mouth at the same time!
YOUR BRAIN ON CAT POOP!
YOUR BRAIN ON BUNNY POOP!*
*although cat poop probably has the same effect
Best. Face. Ever. :D
i’m guessing he never looks like he’s not lying down
I was going to say, “I’ll have what he’s having.”
Then I thought better of it.
Our Riley used to love the park in winter so he could eat seagull turd. Frozen Poo Snacks. He couldn’t get enough!
What?! It’s like Tic-Tacs for dogs.
Looks like there’s a CDS in the BP.
Vizslas are just bonkers.
We refer to them as “lawn raisins” around here….
Now that’s a [bleep]-eating grin.
“lawn raisins”….love it!
Um, that expression sorta creeeps me out…
So gloriously unashamed!!! I love CO, and I love Dog Shaming .com!!!
(and btw, my parents’ maltese/papillon cross likes to go around the backyard hoovering up bunny pellets, too. no idea why, but it makes her happy. ick. certainly less-objectionable than cat poo, tho.)
mod lounge! hope there’s something other than bunny poo in here…
Er mah gerd. 8O
Ya mean Er Mah Turd, don’t ya?! ;-)
the “shaming thing” clearly didn’t work with this pup.
he looks so pleased with himself, another way to cure him from this bad habit must be investigated pronto!
…but what a face! :-)
How is it shaming if they feel no shame?
You said the p word didnt you! ROFL!
He can come visit me any time he likes. We have an all-he-can-eat buffet. All day, every day!
My mum says it looks like John Travolta.
But I argued that with the paper, it’d probably be Richard Gere…
Oh Dog Shaming… how I love you. ;)
Exactly, it’s us acknowledging that we do it to ourselves while we enjoy the silliness of our doggies. ;) It is compounded by the fact that dogs do the “guilty-look” thing SO well.
yeah, while sometimes poopie-consumption is due to a lack of stuff, it’s just as often a fact that… our animal friends will eat just about anything. ;)
LOL! ;) I know my rodent buddies would chant that, given the chance. :D
Every one I’ve met has been adorably bonkers. XD So, I totally agree. XD
ROFL! You guys just made my MONTH! XD
When I saw that wackadoodle expression I heard Curly from The Three Stooges goin:
It looks more like he’s been smoking the poop rather than eating it.
Whatever you do, don’t look at Upside Down dogs, then.
My dogs keep telling me that but still … GAH!! And yes, I still kiss ‘em all over their faces. Poop eaters or not.
Should we make signs?? Bumper stickers??
That would make a most hysterical bumper sticker …
Now, that is one seriously weird expression. Not sure what to make of it but weird. Hope the dog is enjoying his new home and bunny poops occasionally.
ROFL – what a face ;-) Eating the poop of other species – while gross to our human sensibilities – is common for canines. My friend has a sweet 10 year old Rottie who used to ‘clean up’ for her backyard chicken flock :-P
Every dog I’ve had has loved eating “cocoa puffs” from our pet rabbits. Gross? Yes. Helps with the vacuuming? Yes! And as poop goes, bunny poop is about the nicest I can imagine.
I hate it, too, but they really are just Veggie Poppers.