Boston Terrier Feels Absolutely No Shame When Owner Finds Him Chilling In Destroyed Room
Some dogs when are alone become depressed, others patiently wait for their owners, but others, due to boredom, can make great chaos.
Dear dog parents, in this post you will understand why you should have a good plan for when you leave your fur baby alone at home. Joel Quinto surely already understood this very well.
When his Boston Terrier, Scooter, was about a year old turned his house upside down.
That day it was Joel’s girlfriend who found Scooter at the crime scene. His girlfriend crossed the front door of the house and found the living room ruined.
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Scooter had filled the living room with magazine clippings that he had torn into tiny bits. There were bits on the sofa, the carpet and everywhere.
Then, Joel’s girlfriend walks around the living room recording the crime scene while asking the culprit “Scooter…what did you do?.”
Although she spoke, Scooter did not appear anywhere. But soon after, she noted that the little dog was lying comfortably on a stuffed duck.
Once she approaches the Boston Terrier it can be seen that he feels absolutely no shame of what he had done. His expressive face clearly said that he knew what he had done.
After Joel’s girlfriend asked him some questions, he finally looks a little more guilty for what he did. Suddenly, he seems sorry for the disaster in which he turned his dad’s house and rolls on his back to show his tummy.
Joel’s girlfriend laughs of the cunning puppy and that was all for Scooter to be free of all guilt.
Watch how adorable Scooter is in the following video…