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The Top 10 Guiltiest Dogs on the Internet! Adorable! :)



  • 2012-11-24T16:09:35

I always know who 'did it', one always hangs its head and the others look on as if to say 'what are you talking about?' enjoyed it L.

  • 2012-11-23T19:23:42

The poodles were hysterical!

  • 2012-11-04T02:54:37

Animals are really like people in a lot of ways, I have a wonderful Lab, and we love her as part of our family, she knows when she does something wrong, if I see a torn sock on the floor and I pick it up and look at her she puts her head down and walks to a corner. I don't yell at her, all the same she knows that she is wrong. One way to know they were not cowering is that they were not shaking. Sorry if it was offensive to you, I truly thought it was adorable, because I know how my dog is.

  • 2012-11-02T09:39:11

that was hilarious!

  • 2012-11-02T06:13:19

Number 3 is my favorite!

  • 2012-11-02T05:50:15

Why are people looking so much into this? My dog cowers too when he is getting yelled at, but he has never been abused. He knows that he is in deep trouble. I see nothing wrong with giving a dog a swat with a rolled up newspaper. I rarely have to use it though. All I have is say is name when he has done something wrong and he runs under the bed. Most of them look guilty to me...I think it was cute! Goodness people get a life...

  • 2012-11-02T03:03:19

I have to say especially the first few dogs, act like abused dogs, this is not natural behavior of dogs! Something made them that way, and it is not funny, (except maybe the poodles). I'm sorry, I got angry watching this, it's not funny.

  • 2012-10-31T22:20:21

#3 was totally hilarious! Dogs aren't man's best friend for nothing. If this was about cats, they'd have that look like "yea I did it, so what. or "What are you talking about? I'm a cat we "NEVER" do things like that"! LOL

  • 2012-10-30T21:18:01

#3....the best.LOL

  • 2012-10-28T03:03:48

I saw NOTHING cute over dogs being degraded, beaten down & the FEAR in their poor little faces. Anyone that didn't see that these dogs have been beaten down & yelled at are not seeing the whole picture. If you have half a brain you could can tell that these doggys have been beaten, whipped at one time or another why else would they be responding the way they are? They are scard to death of their owners & need to placed with a loving family not the monsters they have to endure everyday. Their owners are crule to do this to these sweet dogs. I hated to see this because it's just mean to do a dog this way! SO SAD for the dogs but most for anyone that thought this was cute or funny, I'm sure you would like to see them beaten down too how about we show the reason they have been made to be so afraid of their owners would you like seeing that & would you think it was cute & funny too! DAWWWWW STUPID U! :.... ( POOR DOGS I feel so sorry for them and U who think this is CUTE or FUNNY because you are NOT a good person by anymeans! I wish I could comfort them because I'm sure they never get hugs or kisses only told HOW BAD THEY ARE! NOT CUTE or FUNNY HERE!

  • 2012-10-27T21:03:57

these animals are cowering because they have been hit or abused before, how can you say this is cute to see a dog being afraid of being hit?

  • 2012-10-27T13:00:15

Two things: wonder if any of the dogs were praying for a "squirrel" at that moment? Will punishment include the cone of shame? If so, that's ruff-ruff!

  • 2012-10-27T12:38:12

I have had many dogs over my lifetime. I saw fear rather than guilt - I felt sad for the dogs.

  • 2012-10-27T02:05:48

Too funny. I loved the way the poodles ratted out the guilty one.....

  • 2012-10-26T18:38:37

Barbara Heckel You have the right to your opinion. You do not need to yell to make a dog cower. Body language and tone. Tone and amplification are different.. I never said that they were abused. Those are your words. Look at the video again, yes most did cower. I train JRTs and I saw what I saw and really do not want to debate this... thank you...

  • 2012-10-26T18:10:27

Some of them were cowering, No, they didn't yell, it was the tone of voice.